Fort Worth hotels range from upscale establishments that offer many amenities to cheap motels like the Super 8 Meachem that can be ideal for budget-minded travelers. Most of the hotels in this vibrant Texas city are chain brand hotels. The competition is relatively stiff when it comes to lodging in Fort Worth Texas, so most of the city's hotels offer attractive rooms and a good amount of amenities for their guests to enjoy. This makes sure there is an array of good Fort Worth accommodations.
Travelers who are looking for luxury lodging in Fort Worth Texas might start their search with the Ashton Hotel (pictured). This member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World is comprised of two historic buildings, and it can be found within walking distance of Fort Worth's fantastic Sundance Square. An excellent downtown luxury hotel, the Ashton is stunning both inside and out. Modern conveniences blend with historical appeal, and the décor is impressive. There are only 39 guest units at this charming boutique hotel, and 6 of them are suites that offer more space than the rooms. Custom-designed furnishings add to the elegant décor in the guest units, and other standard amenities include fine linens, luxurious king-sized beds, sparkling and spacious bathrooms, and cozy bathrobes. Signature bath products are also provided, and guests can entertain the option of soaking in their Jacuzzi tubs. Around-the-clock room service is available at the Ashton Hotel, and guests are encouraged to enjoy at least one meal in the hotel's excellent restaurant. Other facilities include a piano bar and a fitness room. For those who want to save some money on their luxurious Fort Worth accommodations, the Ashton offers package deals.
The downtown area is a good place to find luxury lodging in Fort Worth Texas, and here you can find the relatively swanky Worthington Renaissance Hotel. Whereas the Ashton is small, the Worthington Renaissance is large, offering just over 500 guest units. The décor in the guest units is upscale Western. Amenity highlights in the rooms and suites include spacious bathrooms, cable TV, an ample work desk, a cozy sitting chair with an ottoman, and a mini bar. Internet access is available for an extra fee, and room service is also available at most hours. Outside of the rooms and suites, guests at the Worthington Renaissance Hotel will find a main restaurant that specializes in southern cooking, a hip café/bar, and a lobby bar that serves both drinks and food. Other facilities that help to make this hotel one of the most attractive Fort Worth accommodations include an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna, some tennis courts, a fitness center, and a business center. Here, it is easy to stay busy when you're not out visiting museums and enjoying all the other great area attractions.
While the downtown Fort Worth hotels are ideal for some, those who are looking to embrace the city's Old West history will arguably prefer a stay at one of the hotels in the Stockyards National Historic District. The Stockyards Hotel is arguably the finest in this district. This fantastic Old West-style lodging in establishment first opened its doors in 1907, and for those who are interested in Texas history, it's worth noting that the infamous Bonnie and Clyde once hid out here. Upon entering the red-brick Stockyards Hotel, guests are greeted with an elegant, Victorian-era décor that is breathtaking. In the 52 guest units, the lovely Victorian theme persists. In addition to period furniture and antiques, the amenities in the rooms and suites include safes for valuables, mini bars, hair dryers, cable TV, dataports, and air conditioning. As for the overall facilities at the Stockyards Hotel, they include meeting rooms, a steakhouse, a bar, and a concierge desk.
While the more upscale Fort Worth hotels are attractive for a number of reasons, some visitors will prefer spending less on their accommodations. If nothing else, saving some money on hotel rates can free up funds for a round of golf or side trips to area cities such as Addison. While motels offer the cheapest rates around, travelers who are interested in something a little more substantial might prefer affordable hotels like the Best Western Fort Worth Inn & Suites.
Found off of Interstate 820 on the edge of the downtown area, the Best Western Inn & Suites enjoys a convenient location. And, unlike the downtown hotels, parking is free. Other perks that help to make a stay here so enticing are the free high-speed Internet access and the complimentary breakfasts. Ideal for business and leisure travelers alike, the Best Western Fort Worth Inn & Suites Hotel's 50 guest rooms are clean, comfortable, and well equipped. In addition to a pleasant décor, each room features a mini fridge, a microwave, a work desk, cable TV, a clock radio, air conditioning, a hair dryer, and a coffee maker. Irons and ironing boards are also provided, as is the case at most of the Fort Worth hotels. As for the general amenities that guests can take advantage of, they include an outdoor pool that is open daily during the warmer months, an exercise room, and a small business center.