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Recognized as one of the top downtown developments in the United States, Sundance Square spans 35 blocks in downtown Fort Worth. Choose from 30+ places to eat – from steaks to sushi to seafood – with lots of choices for patio dining. Check out the...more
All reviews christmas tree the flying saucer downtown area lots of restaurants water fountain tables and chairs bass movie theater within walking distance night life live music great shopping walk around free parking great place to visit fun place murals
We loved all the shops and the place to eat in this town center setting. Its tucked away in the downtown area near the convention center, so find a place to park and stroll through the plaza and take it in. Lots of places to...More
Go check this place out, not much going on when I was there but it was decorated nicely for Christmas. There are a couple of cool water features I would check to see if there are any activities going on at the square. Lots of...More
This place is beautifully decorated for Christmas time. I am from Oklahoma City and came to Ft Worth for business and was able to explore around this area. Definitely a must go for great pictures and a nice view. There are also great restaurants around...More
Great credit to the vision of our city benefactors and city government for creating a contiguous downtown experience that has transformed our City! One can feel safe and comfortable walking through any portion of Sundance Square while enjoying so many great dining and shopping experiences....More
Response from michaelriley2016 | Reviewed this property |
Fort Worth Stockyards great old cow town feel. Morning and afternoon cattle runs down main street mounted cowboys. Great food casual and fine. Train ride old steam engine runs between Cow Town and Grapevine... More
Fort Worth Stockyards great old cow town feel. Morning and afternoon cattle runs down main street mounted cowboys. Great food casual and fine. Train ride old steam engine runs between Cow Town and Grapevine (First Capitol of Texas), a lot right at the Grapevine train station you and your grandson will enjoy, Glass Blowing, many more spots. Great restaurants enjoyable walk down main street.Train ride is closed or open cars. The ride each direction is about 45 minutes.
Courtyard $140 nte
Hawthorne Suits $94 nte
Stock Yards Historic Hotel $203 nte
Hyatt Place $200 nte
Billie Bibs: a lot of history Bull riding shows and country music and dancing place.
All of these hotels are great service and right in the middle of Cow Town.
Alot of western shops in the Cow Town area too.
If I can help in any other way please let me know.
Have a great time.
Response from BillCarolNC | Reviewed this property |
Sorry i can not help with this question. I used hotel parking whenever i visited Fort Worth. There are several public parking facilities but i am not sure of cost and whether there are unlimited drive in/out privileges.
Where can I find good quality cowboy boots in Fort Worth? I'll be staying near Sundance Square. Happy to pay a bit more for comfy boots that will last. Thank you!
September 22, 2015|
Are you wanting fancy decorative boots or more everyday boots? I got my partial quil ostrich that are so comfy at the Justin outlet. Lucheses is downtown for more fancy boots. Cavendars chain has tons of boots of different styles.
Santa Cruz, CA
DFW Area Good Place to Stay? (4 Replies)
Hi. I am going to be traveling witha business associate to DFW in April between the 13-16. We don't really need to be in any specific area, just somewhere that we could easily walk to/from our hotel to restaurants for dinner, maybe a drink, etc... I looked into Downtown Fort Worth, specifically Sundance Square but can't find any reasonable hotels that have rooms. I found a decent rate in Downtown Dallas at the Magnolia but would rather get a bigger better room for less. Are there any other...More
April 02, 2010|
Not exactly first class, but you might try the Super 8 Grapevine. Their shuttle will drive the few blocks to downtown grapevine past the railroad tracks. From there you can walk to some nice places to eat and drink.
Suggestions?? (10 Replies)
Hi! I had posted on here the other day and my post was taken down. I post on here all the time and have never had an issue. So I am not sure what is going on. Can the moderator inbox me if there is an issue? Anyway- My question was regarding suggestions on staying in Dallas or Fort Worth. I was hoping to do a tour of the stadium, see the observation tower, maybe check out The Owners Box, and go to Sundance Square. We will be in Dallas for 3 nights (2-28-15 to 3-3-15) We are...More
January 28, 2015|
I didn't see your original post, so don't know the issue. Generally you don't need to post the same question in both Dallas and Fort Worth forums. We read and respond to both. For budget travel, I almost alway use a blind bidding site. So I did a quick check on Hotwire for Dallas for your dates. Galleria Area and North Dallas (635 and 75 intersection area) seems to be best deal - 4-stars $60 to $70. Those areas are a fair way from the sights you've mentioned. Again, the best deals are...More