Hilton Hotel Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas

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Of all Fort Worth hotels, this one is a registered historic landmark that was constructed in 1921. The Hilton Hotel Fort Worth is just a short walk away from Sundance Square and the Fort Worth Convention Center. The Stockyards, Modern Art Museum, and other attractions are all nearby. An airport shuttle service is provided by the Hilton Hotel Fort Worth. There is an additional fee for parking at this hotel. Room amenities at the Hilton Hotel Fort Worth include coffee makers, irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, desks, data ports, and cable TV. There are two American parrots that inhabit the lobby of the hotel to greet guests, and the Hilton Hotel Fort Worth goes down in history as the place that JFK spent his last night. The hotel adds intrigue with its koi pond and indoor greenery. Guests appreciate the on-site restaurants; Cafe Texas serves American-style food, and the Cactus Bar & Grill serves Tex-Mex fare. Room service is available. The front desk is open 24 hours to better serve guests, and a concierge is available. There is over 21,000 square feet of available meeting space, and free Internet access is provided. Pets are permitted; see hotel for details.

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  1. Jody Halsted (verified owner)

    Beautiful Hotel Filled with history

    Though the exterior is historic, the interior of this building has been refurbished and presents a modern feel. A beautiful horse and colt sculpture created with barbed wire immediately grabs your attention and kept my girls entranced as I handled check in. Our room was incredibly spacious and comfortable. Molly the Trolley, Fort Worth’s free trolley service, stops here and takes you to Sundance Square.

    Tips for Families

    Be sure to visit the 2nd floor – it is filled with newspaper clippings and photos from JFK’s stay, just before he was shot in Dallas. The memorial across the street is very moving, as well.

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