This Hotel was our last stop on our road trip and we decided to splurge ! It's not cheap but it does nearly everything right. It has a Great Cowboy Feel and fits in perfectly with the location. There are Themed Bars and Rooms. We stayed next door to the Bonnie & Clyde Room were the notorious bandits stayed back in the 30's and took a room that had a view both ways up the main street to lookout for the Feds ! Booger Reds Saloon is an old style cowboy bar with several Horse Saddle Seats at the bar and a fun atmosphere. The front desk staff and valets were all friendly & helpful and we got a late night tour of the Hotel by the night manager who wanted to show off his beloved Hotel and he imparted the history of the place to us. It is a late night area but we didn't have any dramas with the bars across the road and got a good nights rest. Late checkout was another bonus as our flight wasn't till early evening. The only negative I could see was the lack of a fridge , Management might look at that ? Otherwise it is a real good choice in Fort Worth and well worth the extra as everything is a short stroll from the door !!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A historic site, it has been a home away from home for rich cattle barons, country-music stars, and even an outlaw or two. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stockyards Hotel Fort Worth