The Worthington is a good center-city business hotel with no particular flourishes and some perplexing deficits, which don't make sense at the premium (for a second-tier Texas downtown) rates the hotel collects.
The room I stayed in was clean and was comfortable in size and furnishing but there were no stand-out guest-friendly gestures (old-fashioned television, old-fashioned bath/shower combo, surcharged internet, no complimentary water, no real newspaper in the morning (USA Today, no thanks!). It would be an amazing hotel that had all of these, but at least one thoughtful gesture is really essential.
Service was a mixed bag.
On the plus side, the front desk and phone operators were friendly and efficient, and the room service was prompt and at proper temperature. (I didn't get anything complicated, so I can't opine on the room-service kitchen.)
On the negative side, the parking valets refused to take my bags in, and pointed to some luggage carts saying I could help myself. Another negative: the wake-up calls were consistently late.
I didn't sample the bar, restaurant or gym facilities, so can't say anything about them.
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- A luxury in downtown Fort Worth that offers special weekend package rates. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Fort Worth
- Fort Worth Renaissance