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"If you’re in town for leisure, spend time in-between sightseeing tours by the indoor pool, or work out in the fitness center."
"A slew of complementary services add to the overall value and include free high-speed Wi-Fi, free parking, and a free hot breakfast."
Best for Families: Hyatt Place Fort Worth Historic Stockyards – See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Adult highlights at this hotel include a bar that stays open until midnight and a fully-equipped fitness center."
Best Boutique: The Ashton Hotel – See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Expect Art Deco-inspired design in Signature Rooms with King-size beds and the Presidential Suite."
Most Historic: Stockyards Hotel – See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Since its opening in 1907 it has been fully restored, with traditional Old West furnishings to match its period architecture."
Best Business: Omni Fort Worth Hotel – See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Because life should be a balance of work and play, the hotel also offers a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa."
Best Nightlife: Aloft Fort Worth Downtown – See Rates at TripAdvisor
"Meet new friends over beers and a game of pool, or take advantage of the generous daily happy hour before heading out for a night on the town."
"The adults-only, Tudor-style mansion is set within beautifully landscaped gardens and offers three uniquely decorated suites."
"Although the menu differs daily, think along the lines of Mexican chocolate waffles, chorizo hash, and other southwestern delights."
Best Overall: Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Worth Downtown
Routinely ranked on TripAdvisor as one of the best hotels in Fort Worth for its impeccable service and comfortable rooms, this Hampton Inn & Suites is conveniently located in the heart of Downtown. You can walk to the next-door Convention Center, and to Sundance Square or Bass Performance Hall in a matter of minutes. Even better, room rates include a daily hot breakfast and high-speed Wi-Fi. If you’re in town on business, book one of four meeting rooms or get your printing and copying done in the business center.
In town for leisure? Split your time between sightseeing tours and the indoor pool, or work off that free breakfast with a session in the fitness center. There’s a lobby bar and an outdoor fire pit for socializing with your fellow guests come sundown. The hotel offers floor plans for every kind of traveler, from affordable family rooms with two Queen beds to spacious King bed suites. All options come with a mini-fridge, a coffeemaker, and HDTV.
Best Budget: Best Western Fort Worth Inn & Suites
If you don’t mind staying a 15-minute drive west of the city center, Best Western Fort Worth Inn & Suites is a great, affordable option. Reviewers rave about the hotel’s friendly staff and quiet, convenient location. A slew of complimentary services add to the overall value and include free high-speed Wi-Fi, free parking, and a free, hot breakfast. The latter is a particular highlight, with buffet options ranging from waffles and scrambled eggs to Southern favorites like biscuits and gravy.
Standard rooms come with one King or two Queen beds. No matter your room choice, there's cable TV and basic self-catering facilities, including a microwave, a coffeemaker, and a mini-fridge. During the day, work up a sweat in the fitness center or escape the Texas heat with a swim in the seasonal outdoor pool. There are laundry facilities on-site, while a meeting room and business center cater to corporate guests. This hotel does not allow smoking or pets.
Best for Families: Hyatt Place Fort Worth Historic Stockyards
Hyatt Place Fort Worth Historic Stockyards is a convenient base for families hoping to explore the city’s Western heritage—attractions like the Stockyards Museum and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame are within easy walking distance.
Start your day at the hotel with a generous breakfast buffet (free for World of Hyatt members), then when the kids get tired of exploring, return to the hotel for a dip in the refreshing outdoor pool or for a siesta in your spacious suite.
Whether you opt for a suite with one King or two Queen beds, they’re made with families in mind. A separate living area with a comfy sleeper sofa affords privacy for parents and kids alike, while standard amenities include free Wi-Fi, a 42-inch HDTV, and a mini-fridge are included in your stay. Adult highlights at this hotel include a bar that stays open until midnight and a fully-equipped fitness center.
Best Boutique: The Ashton Hotel
Also located in the center of downtown Fort Worth, a city as fun in the winter as it is in the summer, The Ashton Hotel combines two buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Both have been impeccably restored to maintain their architectural heritage while updating the interiors to meet modern standards. Expect opulent Art Deco-inspired design in the luxurious rooms, ranging from Signature Rooms with King-size beds dressed in premium linens to the Presidential Suite with its separate living room and wet bar. Breakfast and room service are both available for purchase at The Ashton.
If you’re in town on a Saturday—or from Thursday to Sunday during the holidays—don’t miss the hotel’s Afternoon Tea. Something of a Fort Worth institution, it includes delicate finger sandwiches, pastries, and imported teas all served in exquisite British style. Planning a special event in Fort Worth? The Ashton offers three separate venues for weddings, meetings, and private dinners. Other useful amenities include a fitness center, a business center, and a 24-hour Corner Pantry. Valet parking is offered for an additional daily fee.
Most Historic: Stockyards Hotel
At the heart of Forth Worth’s historic Stockyards district lies one of the city’s most iconic accommodation options: the Stockyards Hotel. Situated a five-minute walk from Billy Bob’s honky-tonk and closer still to the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, the hotel first opened its doors in 1907. Since then it has been fully restored, with traditional Old West furnishings to match its period architecture. Book one of 52 rooms and suites and follow in the footsteps of the cowboys, cattle barons, country musicians, and outlaws who have stayed before.
Rooms are decorated according to four themes: Antique Western, Native American, Mountain Man, and Victorian. All of them come with a coffeemaker, HDTV, and Wi-Fi, while the two-room Celebrity Suite has hosted the likes of Willie Nelson and Tanya Tucker. Make sure to visit H3 Ranch steakhouse, named as one of the best in the Fort Worth/Dallas area. It serves lunch and dinner daily, and breakfast on weekends. At night, Booger Red’s Saloon is your go-to for global beers and margaritas.
Best Business: Omni Fort Worth Hotel
Located next door to Fort Worth Convention Center, Omni Forth Worth Hotel, with its 29 meeting rooms, is an excellent pick for luxury business travelers. Wi-Fi is complimentary for Select Guest members, while other useful amenities include a full-service business center and a Starbucks for getting your caffeine fix in-between meetings. Choose from 614 rooms and suites, all with a work station, a coffeemaker, and a complimentary copy of USA Today delivered daily. A pillow menu and the option of a white noise machine guarantee a good night’s sleep.
Because life should be a balance of work and play, the hotel also offers a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa. After a busy day, unwind by the heated outdoor pool or with a cocktail at the poolside bar. In total, there are six restaurants and bars at Omni Forth Worth Hotel including Bob’s Steak & Chop House—known for its Midwestern prime beef and giant shrimp—and Whiskey & Rye bar, where you can watch sports and live entertainment.
Best Nightlife: Aloft Fort Worth Downtown
With an urban aesthetic and on-trend amenities, Aloft Fort Worth Downtown is ideal for those who want to explore the city’s vibrant nightlife. You’re just a short stroll from a host of restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues, but the hotel’s own lobby bar is a lively hangout spot. Meet new friends over beers and a game of pool, or take advantage of the generous daily happy hour before heading out for a night on the town. Live music and DJ events are hosted on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month.
Rooms and suites have a loft-inspired feel and include a flatscreen TV, a mini-fridge, and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi for uploading photos of your night out to Instagram. Opt for a King bed or two Queen beds, or upgrade to a suite with a spacious separate living area. After a late night, refuel with a visit to the hotel’s grab-and-go breakfast bar. Alternatively, the indoor pool and fitness center are open 24 hours a day for a refreshing workout.
Most Romantic: Lockheart Gables Romantic Bed & Breakfast
Located just west of the city center and a seven-minute drive from Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Lockheart Gables Romantic Bed & Breakfast is specially designed with couples in mind. The adults-only, Tudor-style mansion is set within beautifully landscaped gardens and offers three uniquely decorated suites. Each one is adorned with candles and fresh flowers and features a luxurious King-sized bed. In the evening, unwind together in the heart-shaped two-person spa tub. The inn also offers two, fully-detached stone cottages, both with a gas fireplace and a private outdoor area.
Upon arrival, you will be presented with a complimentary drink and heart-shaped cookies. Mornings begin with a gourmet breakfast, served at the time of your choosing in the seclusion of your suite. The menu changes daily and is accompanied by the inn’s own house-blend cinnamon and hazelnut coffee. To make your stay extra special, you can choose from a range of romantic add-ons including chocolate-covered strawberries, bouquets of roses, or a side-by-side couples massage.
Best B&B: The Texas White House Bed & Breakfast
The Texas White House Bed & Breakfast is a contemporary B&B housed in a century-old home in Fort Worth’s Fairmount-Southside Historic District. There are three bedrooms in the main house, each with a cozy sitting area and a clawfoot tub. From Western art and antique leather luggage in the Lone Star room to Mexican pottery and folk art in the Tejas room, each one is completely unique. Two more suites can be found in the carriage house—one with two bedrooms, the other with a private balcony and dry sauna.
All rooms and suites are equipped with the latest technology, including an HDTV, free Wi-Fi, and an iHome docking station. Bedding and bath amenities are of the highest quality, and breakfasts will be the highlight of your stay. Although the menu differs daily—think along the lines of Mexican chocolate waffles and chorizo hash—you’ll have an idea of the Southwestern delights in store. Massages can be arranged with advance booking, while a variety of different packages provide enhanced experiences for couples and foodies, especially those who are looking for some of the best Southwestern cuisine in the area.