Fort Worth, Texas
The Hilton Fort Worth, a registered National Historic Landmark, is the site of President John F Kennedy’s last address in November 1963 and where he and the first lady spent their last night together in room 805. An elegant architecturally important building dating from 1919, located in downtown Fort Worth just a stones throw from Sundance Square, a renovated turn of the 20th century neighbourhood and within easy walking distance of all the sites and attractions. Built when Fort Worth suddenly found itself awash with a new kind of wealth, oil money and being renowned for having “the south’s greatest lobby” the hotel possesses a refined elegance as befits its historic status. The building is classical in style and behind a beautiful old brick façade is a soaring, impressive lobby. Guest rooms are serene in their nature, with cool colour schemes, elegant furnishings, and plush bedding.
294 rooms on 15 floors with lifts. All with air-conditioning, cable 42” LCD TV with premium channels, alarm/clock radio with MP3 connection, complimentary WiFi, telephone, coffee maker, hairdryer, iron and board, in-room safe. Standard Rooms with 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Restaurant Café Texas, serving buffet food as well as some à la carte, specialising in Southwestern cuisine. Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse open daily for dinner. Corner Pantry open 24/7 serving snacks and drinks and toiletries. Skylight Court Bar. Starbucks®. Room service*. Fitness room. Cash machine. Valet parking $22 plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).
*Denotes local charge.