Downtown Fort Worth has several options for staying the night – or longer. From cozy rooms to luxurious suites, downtown offers a vast array of hotel rooms, many mere steps from Bass Performance Hall. Below are six favorites, all within walking distance of The Hall, Sundance Square, shopping, restaurants and more. 

The Ashton Hotel

610 Main St. 

The Ashton Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel situated in two historic buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Only a five-minute walk to Bass Performance Hall, The Ashton artfully combines modern amenities and contemporary luxury with its memorable setting. An in-house restaurant, Six 10 Grille, offers breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

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Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Fort Worth/Blackstone

601 Main St.

Experience old-fashioned luxury, fully updated for today, at the historic Blackstone, located one block away from Bass Hall. Marvel at the spires and terraces of the stunning 23-story, 1929 art deco building, a local landmark. Grab breakfast, lunch, dinner, sweets and coffee at Corner Bakery, located in the lobby.

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Embassy Suites Hotel Fort Worth Downtown

600 Commerce St.

This all-suites hotel is located across the street from Bass Hall. Choose from 156 well-decorated suites, designed for both business and leisure travelers. Climb aboard Molly the Trolley, the complimentary vintage-style trolley that stops at the hotel and takes passengers to shops, restaurants, and the nearby Fort Worth Water Gardens.

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Etta’s Place

200 W. 3rd St. 

This cozy bed and breakfast is located in the heart of Sundance Square, just around the corner from one of the city’s finest restaurants, Reata. It’s also conveniently located close to Bass Hall – about a 10-minute walk. Unlike most bed and breakfasts, each guest room has a private bathroom. Guests enjoy freshly made breakfast, too!

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Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel

200 Main St.

Christened "The Star of Texas," the Worthington is Fort Worth's original luxury hotel, located in the heart of downtown in Sundance Square, just a 10-minute walk to Bass Hall. Enjoy fine dining at Vidalias, take a dip in an indoor pool and stay in shape at a state-of-the-art fitness center. For the ultimate experience in indulgence, book a room in a Terrace or Balcony Suite – luxury at its finest.

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Hilton Fort Worth

815 Main St.

Originally opened as the Hotel Texas in 1921, the Hilton Fort Worth is perhaps one of the most famous hotels in the world. In November, 1963, after spending the night in room 805, President John F. Kennedy made what would be his final address here. The hotel is well-known for its place in history but also its beautiful accommodations, warm service and endless amenities, which include an on-site Starbucks and an adjoining steakhouse. 

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