The outdoor deck entry to the club at The Houstonian which is set to begin a $23.5 million renovation.
The updated bar at The Houstonian Club is part of the $23.5 million renovation overseen by Fabio Designs.
The Houston Club outdoor deck as it will be renovated in the $23.5 million plan with Forney Construction handling the work.
The Houstonian Club atrium part of the $23.5 million renovation that beings in March.
An exercise room planned for renovation of The Houstonian Club.
The coffee shop at The Houstonian will have refreshed look thanks to the $23.5 million project.
The Houstonian Club renovation will include a yoga studio.
A turf room to be included in the $23.5 million renovation of The Houstonian Club.
A rendering of the lobby of The Houstonian Club as imagined in the massive renovation project.
Room renovations at The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa have been completed.
With its newly imagined Trellis Spa having opened last week and guest rooms recently refurbished, The Houstonian Hotel, Club and Spa is now set to undergo a $23.5 million renovation to the club. This revamp, which was announced Wednesday, will include a new indoor and outdoor restaurant overlooking the resort and sports pool areas, a redesign and expansion of multiple group exercise studios, a new indoor turfed performance zone and renovated childcare areas.
The work will proceed in three phases, so as not to disrupt guest and member activities, beginning in March with completion expected within 18 to 24 months.
“We are fortunate to have such an exceptional property with many unique buildings and open spaces,” says John Durie, president and CEO of Redstone Group Ltd., which owns The Houstonian. “This renovation confirms our commitment to maintain our status as one of the most enduring luxury properties in Texas.”
The Houstonian boasts a Five-Star rating in Forbes Travel Guide.
In that vein, The Houstonian also revealed that it had received a Sharecare Health Security VERIFIED rating from Forbes Travel Guide. It is one of only two Houston hotels to earn the comprehensive facility verification which ensures that guests and travel planners can book with confidence at properties that have appropriate health safety procedures in place.
New Jersey based Fabiano Designs, recognized for its expertise in the club business, is directing the club project with Huitt-Zollars as the architect of record for The Houstonian campus and Forney Construction as construction manager and general contractor. Kay Lang & Associates out of Los Angeles has been chosen as the interior designer.
“So many memories have been made here. We are evolving, and guaranteeing this property, which bears the name of our city, will be here for another 40 years,” Durie adds. “These new components are dynamic and will be exciting news for our club members and guests. We look forward to ushering in a new chapter in the continuing story of this iconic property.”