The hotel’s 14,000 square feet of premier, flexible function space was conceived to host events spanning from society galas and unforgettable weddings to a range of corporate needs. Each distinctive venue is named after a female leader or innovator, including Barbara Jordan, the first African American woman elected to the Texas senate; Adina De Zavala, the renowned Texas writer and preservationist; and legendary Port Arthur, Texas rock and soul legend Janis Joplin. The largest of 11 spaces, the 5,580-square-foot B. Jordan ballroom can accommodate up to 650 guests.
Upon leaving the hotel, guests can find themselves in the center of the action – from the offices of Fortune 500 companies and the trails of Buffalo Bayou Park to the Theater District, Market Square, George R. Brown Convention Center, and the nearby nightlife of Midtown and EaDo. Just a few blocks away from the property, guests can easily access the light rail line for quick trips to Hermann Park, the Museum District, Texas Medical Center and NRG Center.
“We can’t think of a better location for C. Baldwin than in one of the fastest growing cities in the world, both as an international hub for business but also as a prime tourist destination,” said Travis Overall, Executive Vice President, Brookfield Properties. “The diverse population, the tremendous presence of the energy sector and the short distance to innovative medical care at the largest medical center in the world makes C. Baldwin’s location at Allen Center a perfect fit for tourists and Houstonians alike.”
History comes full circle as C. Baldwin finally brings the story of Houston’s founding female to life, while elevating current voices of modern female groundbreakers. The property is a living testament to the strength, beauty and forward-thinking vision of Baldwin and paves the way towards the future in a changing city. In other words, C. Baldwin is a game changer.
About C. Baldwin, Curio Collection by Hilton
A new anchor for The Allen Center at the gateway to Downtown, C. Baldwin (400 Dallas Street) honors the brash and fiercely independent Charlotte Baldwin Allen, The Mother of Houston. Boasting 354 guest rooms and over 14,000 square feet of meeting space, a signature restaurant and abundant, activated green space in the heart of the city’s core business, sports, convention and entertainment district, the transformative property offers travelers the opportunity to discover an authentically sophisticated and modern Houston experience. For additional information and/or to book future accommodations, please call 713.351.5753, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.cbaldwinhotel.com.