With reasonable extended stay rates, this all suite hotel is a great place for business travelers in town for weeks at a time. Each room is equipped with comfortable furniture, as well as a full kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, stove, dishes and utensils. This is an excellent location near Hulen Mall and numerous restaurants.
Located in the historic Stockyards district, Stonehouse Bed and Breakfast was originally a cowboy lodging house. The structure made of wooden floors and walls lends it an intrinsic charm. The 8 exquisitely themed rooms are a delight to camp in as each one of them have their own distinct style. This is definitely a different experience!
This is the place to stay for those seeking to enjoy the historic Fort Worth Stockyards area. Built in 1907, Stockyards Hotel (formerly the Thannisch Block Building) sits in the Stockyards area, as it has for nearly a century. In 1913, a brick facade was added to the building, giving it the distinction of being the first brick building in the area. The hotel once welcomed the infamous gangsters Bonnie and Clyde as guests.
109 West Exchange Avenue (at Main Street) Ft. Worth, TX 76164
Miss Molly's Hotel illuminates the memories of Fort Worth's Stockyards historical district. Every room is decorated with antique furnishings, such as the old iron bed in the Oilmen's room. Miss Josie's room has opulent tufted padding on the ceiling, a tall turn-of-the-century headboard, brilliant floral wallpaper, delicate chandelier and table lamps, and a large private bath featuring a claw-foot tub. The parlor sports a colorful, deep-piled area rug covering dark wood floors. The entire room is filled with antique chests and other furniture. A stained glass skylight and antique floor lamps offer plenty of light.
Here at the Dallas/Fort Worth Marriott Hotel & Golf Club at Champions Circle, guests can enjoy numerous ammenities to make them feel right at home. With a business center, fitness center, swimming pool and several dining options, the Marriott at Champions Circle is a great place to stay to enjoy your visit to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The main feature is the pristine 18-hole Jay Moorish Golf Course, and it is right across the road from Texas Motor Speedway. So whether you're visiting for Nascar or a leisurely golf vacations, the Marriott at Champions Circle is your best bet in Fort Worth.
This mid-20th-century building is located 10 minutes from downtown Fort Worth. Innkeepers Martha and Richard Linnartz have owned the bed-and-breakfast since the mid-1990s. This replica of a fine Southern plantation provides an extremely quiet and peaceful atmosphere. Rooms are decorated with 19th-century antiques and rich color schemes. Oak trees and azalea bushes line the peaceful flowing creek, while a gazebo and wooden yard swing finalize the effect. The Southern breakfasts are enough to make you want to return again and again.
Comfort Inn Fort Worth North is a moderately priced hotel, which offers comfortable accommodations, just as the name implies. Rooms are equipped with standard features including plush chairs and large bathrooms, some have mini-fridges and microwaves. A short ride in either direction will take you to downtown Fort Worth, to DFW Airport or further into Dallas. You have the opportunity to soak up Cowtown at its best by visiting the Stockyards or Sundance Square. Nearby restaurants include Joe T. Garcia's, Cattlemen's Steak House and Don Pablo's.
5201 Endicott Avenue (at North Loop 820 and Beach Street) Ft. Worth, TX 76137
Candlewood Suites provides its accommodations with the business traveler in mind. Housekeeping is availed just once a week(unless otherwise requested) so as not to interrupt guests' privacy. The carpeted rooms are furnished with king beds, comfortable chairs and drapes, all in shades of blue and rose. Rooms also feature two phone lines, hefty worktables and accompanying padded chairs. An ample kitchenette is located over in a corner and provides a sink, stove, refrigerator, icemaker, dishwasher, microwave and oven.
This hotel is geared toward business as well as leisure travelers. An onsite restaurant is open for breakfast, while dinner delivery is provided from local restaurants. The hotel also has a comfortable coffee shop and a cocktail lounge. Nearby attractions and landmarks include The BallPark in Arlington, Bass Performing Arts Center in downtown Fort Worth, Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth Stockyards, Six Flags, Texas Motor Speedway and Will Rogers Auditorium.
Homewood Suites Fort Worth offers beautiful two room suites; the rooms are bright and airy with elegant furniture. Each suite either has a king-size bed or two double beds, plus two remote-controlled televisions. The sturdy wooden headboards and bedroom furniture are luxurious; pictures on the walls and potted plants add a wonderful touch to the decorative charm. The separate living area accommodates a comfortable sofa set, a television, end tables and a chest with drawer space. The roomy dining area also doubles as a workspace, while a fully equipped kitchen pulls the entire suite together neatly. There is another location at 2401 Airport Freeway, Bedford TX (+1 817 268 2679).
This is the place to stay for those seeking to
enjoy the historic Fort Worth Stockyards area. Built in 1907, Stockyards Hotel (formerly the Thannisch Block Building) sits in the Stockyards area, as it has for nearly a century. ...
Miss Molly's Hotel illuminates the memories of Fort Worth's Stockyards
historical district. Every room is decorated with antique furnishings, such as the old iron bed in the Oilmen's room. Miss Josie's room has opulent tufted padding on the ceiling, ...
Situated in Fort Worth's historic downtown district, Hilton hotel offers
everything a business traveler would need, plus the added advantage of being near Sundance Square, theaters, jazz clubs and the Water Gardens. The convenient location offers easy access to ...