The spacious guest rooms all have king-sized beds and down pillows
Suites have jacuzzi tubs and floor-to-ceiling windows
Thoughtful perks like cookies at turndown
There’s even a “Teddy Bear” afternoon tea service for kids
What To Know
The restaurant serves breakfast and lunch, not dinner
The hotel is pet-friendly
The hotel often hosts meetings and weddings
Parking on site
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Boutique Italianate stunner in the heart of downtown with upscale amenities and traditions like afternoon tea
This downtown landmark near Sundance Square is comprised of two historic buildings, the six-story 1915 edifice (originally built for The Fort Worth Club) and a two-story Victorian called the Winfree Building, constructed as law offices in 1890. Today the 39-room hotel is again a fixture on the Fort Worth scene, not least for its Six 10 Grille restaurant, considered one of the best tables in town. The exteriors of the buildings have been meticulously restored to their original design, while inside there are nods to the past without sacrificing the modern traveler’s needs for certain must-haves, like free WiFi and king-size beds that make you reluctant to get up for that business meeting. Lunch at Six 10 Grille strikes an excellent balance between healthy (seared tuna with spinach, salad with cranberries and goats cheese) and heart-stopping (chicken-fried steak, anyone?). On Saturdays, crook your little finger around a china cup at the hotel’s popular afternoon tea, which features a selection of fine teas and morsels like shrimp sandwiches, crudités and scones. After dark, hit the town and dine out in one of Texas’s famed steak houses, or just order in room service and soak in the tub.
In the Area
You’re in Texas, so why not embrace every Texan stereotype in one day? Start by gearing up at 44 Bootlegger, a cool boutique stocking quality denim and western apparel for both men and women, along with hand-crafted custom furniture and quirky homewares. Then head to the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District, where you’ll find a world of western fun including rodeos, cattle drives, a cattlepen maze and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame. (There are also plenty of old-timey saloons in which to slake your thirst.) Afterwards, chow down on some classic Texas prime at Del Frisco’s, one of the city’s best-loved steakhouses, or head to a more hipster version of a tavern in the form of American Food and Beverage (or AF+B), where the industrial-chic ambience and hand-crafted cocktail list wouldn’t be out of place in one of Brooklyn’s hipper nabes. The food menu is where you’ll really know you’re in Texas: try the chili-rubbed pork chop with cowboy baked beans or the catfish sandwich with celery root slaw. Now you’re cooking.