Fort Worth is a sprawling city in North Central Texas, just west of Dallas. It was initially a trading post used by cowboys in the 19th century and has since become the 12th largest city in the U.S.
This fast-growing modern city offers plenty of things to see, including internationally renowned institutions like the Kimbell Art Museum. There are also many boutique hotels to keep the city’s visitors in sumptuous comfort.
The Best Boutique Hotels in Fort Worth
The Ashton Hotel
Price: From $189
The Ashton Hotel can be found in downtown Fort Worth, conveniently located next to some of the biggest attractions in the area. This historic boutique hotel is full of luxury and Texas-style hospitality that feels authentic and full of charm.
Accommodation options at the Ashton include sophisticated guest rooms and suites. They each offer premium-quality linens and stylish decor full of modern accents in a building full of history.
Each room has an Ashton bed, premium down pillows, a custom-designed dresser, modern designer bath products, and beautiful cobalt blue tile accents in the bathroom. Guests have an option between a combined or separate shower and a soaking tub.
The presidential suite adds a Jacuzzi tub for 2 and a private balcony with stunning views over Main Street and historic downtown Fort Worth.
Hot Tip: Trying to decide between a stay in Fort Worth or Dallas? Check out our guide to the best boutique hotels in Dallas,
Historic Azalea Estate
Price: From $189
The incredible Historic Azalea Estate can be found on a former plantation. This highly luxurious location is also very exclusive. Guests will find a beautiful escape here, full of charm and opulent details.
The property can be fully rented out to groups traveling together or for special events but otherwise functions as a boutique experience. The gorgeous rooms feature a king bed, a Jacuzzi tub, and beautiful themes.
The Evening in Paris guestroom features immersive French charm with a chandelier, stained glass, and beautiful views over the gardens. Outdoor space is plentiful across various patios and gardens. In addition, there are private balconies, a firepit, and creek access.
A fully-stocked kitchen is available to guests at all times. In addition, there is a private parking lot that makes the stay even more convenient.
While only 3 miles away from Sundance Square and 4 miles away from the Stockyards District, a stay at the Historic Azalea Estate feels like a private oasis removed from the city.
Price: From $349
Found in the heart of Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards District, Hotel Drover is full of luxury and true Texas hospitality. The pioneering spirit of the West influenced this recently-opened location, and it offers an unforgettable experience to all visitors.
On-site amenities include a fitness center and heated resort-style pool. This rustic-luxe oasis includes access to 3 private cabanas, crystal chandeliers, a hot tub, and lounge chairs. Each guest room at the Drover is full of handcrafted accents. Each suite has rustic-luxe opulence.
In-room features include a 55-inch TV, a living and sitting area, a comfortable work area with a writing desk, a minifridge, and curated details.
Suites add a soaking tub, sleeper sofa, and stunning views over the city. Some options include a kitchenette and 2 private terraces, as well as a fireplace.
Price: From $119
Hotel Dryce can be found in Fort Worth’s Cultural District and offers guests easy access to the best museums in the city, as well as Dickies Arena. This independent and locally-owned boutique hotel is a location full of authentic flair.
Local artists have added beautiful accent details to every space in the Dryce to better represent the diversity and culture in the city. Accommodation options include practical, king, suite, and group block options.
These cater to every type of guest and every price point while still offering sophistication to all. Each room includes a minifridge, Roku TV, built-in desk, and full-sized or king bed. Suites add a fold-out couch and a minibar.
Guests also have access to the amazing lobby bar, which is always full of events. Further room benefits are a snack bar, gorgeous views over the Cultural District, and a Bluetooth speaker.
Price: From $195
A unique boutique experience in the heart of Near Southside, Hotel Revel offers a one-of-a-kind luxurious experience to all visitors. Each room at the Revel includes a spacious walk-in shower with Malin+Goetz bath amenities.
There are crisp percale sheets and sumptuous Egyptian cotton towels, along with Turkish cotton peshtemal bathrobes. Make-up remover is provided, along with a make-up mirror and blow-dryer.
The incredible fourth-floor SkyDeck and Lounge offers stunning views over the city and allows guests to luxuriate in the sight of Texan sunsets.
Rooms also have a 4K smart TV, individual fridge, ultra-comfortable reading chair, clothes steamer, and custom steel furniture. The floor-to-ceiling windows provide amazing views. The AWARA bed in every room enhances the comfort of this sophisticated experience.
The Revel is right next to Magnolia Avenue and next door to the famous local eatery Wabi House.
Kimpton Harper Hotel
Price: From $195
Originally built in 1921, the Kimpton Harper Hotel features incredible sights over the city. Full of Fort Worth’s history and enhanced with modern style, this stunning boutique hotel offers an amazing authentic experience in the city.
Each guest room at the Harper features local art that represents the spirit of the area. Guests have access to incredible on-site amenities like an Italian restaurant, penthouse bar, and fitness center.
Every room has essential toiletries, a morning newspaper delivery service, a yoga mat, a luxurious robe, a fridge, and handcrafted furniture. Beautiful design details like brass pendant lights, woven baskets, and wooden joinery feature throughout every space.
Sprawling specialty suites add extra space, a fully-stocked wet bar, and a spa-style soaking tub for guests to enjoy. The casual residential vibe at the Harper is accompanied by plenty of luxury.
Rosen House Inn
Price: From $109
Rosen House Inn can be found where Old and New Fort Worth meet. Located right next to the trendy Southside District and its many attractions, the inn offers all guests an intimate and highly comfortable experience.
Guests are treated to daily chef-made breakfasts using locally-sourced ingredients. Coffee, tea, and refreshments are available all day. Cookies are provided as extra treats during the day.
In-room treatments from massage therapists and bodywork professionals from Hand & Stone Massage can be arranged. Each room includes a minifridge. The Fort Worth guest room has a private bathroom, king-size bed, and walk-in shower.
The Magnolia room adds a soaking tub, while the Fairmount suite adds a reading nook, a wrap-around private bathroom, and plenty of space.
Guests have easy access to the Southside District’s famous restaurant rows, live music entertainment, breweries, and distilleries.
The Sinclair Hotel
Price: From $170
The Sinclair Hotel is a historic art deco location full of stunning details. Found in downtown Fort Worth, right next to Sundance Square, this authentic local experience is full of smart sophistication.
Each room includes fiber GPON connectivity for ultra-fast Wi-Fi, a Savvy touchscreen mirror and smart room controls, as well as room service catered by The Wicked Butcher.
The Sinclair’s avant-garde rooms and suites feature cutting-edge amenities like an 8K wallpaper TV and a Kohler digital shower. Bottled water is provided in every room, as well as a tea and coffee maker.
A working space with a writing desk, ergonomic chair, and plug-in panel is available. Each room also has a minifridge and electrical adapters.
Guests can enjoy access to the sprawling fitness center full of state-of-the-art Technogym equipment.
Hot Tip: The Sinclair is an Autograph Collection hotel — make sure to add your Marriott Bonvoy number to your reservation to earn points!
Price: From $199
Guests staying at Stockyards Hotel will be able to step back in time and experience Fort Worth as it used to be. Full of rich history and Old West details, Stockyards Hotel is located in the Stockyards National Historic District, one of the most visited areas in the city.
This boutique hotel is full of modern comforts that still preserve the 19th-century atmosphere that made this area famous. After a loving restoration, Stockyards Hotel now welcomes guests with a sophistication that used to be reserved for cattle barons.
Accommodation options include standard and “outlaw” rooms, as well as several grandiose specialty suites. Each room has a king-size bed, deluxe linens, a separate seating area, a writing desk with a comfortable chair, and a full-size bathroom.
The Victorian junior suite is full of 19th-century details and has 2 queen-sized beds. The Celebrity suite adds a fireplace and a separate bedroom, as well as an opulent marble bathroom and wet bar.
Three Danes Inn
Price: From $115
Located in a Texas Historic Landmark Home, Three Danes Inn allows guests to immerse themselves in the beloved Scandinavian concept of “hygge.” This highly cozy environment welcomes all types of visitors to lovely rooms full of charm and comforts.
High-speed Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property. Guests can lounge in 2 living areas, where they can also socialize. The luxurious porch and patio areas are perfect for relaxing while enjoying the weather. Outdoor tables and chairs provide even more comfortable seating.
A self-service refreshment bar can be found upstairs and includes coffee, tea, and water. The bar is available to guests 24/7. Each room at Three Danes Inn has a different theme with beautiful design accents.
Every accommodation option comes with air conditioning, a ceiling fan, a full-size bed, plush linens and towels, and lovely views.
Fort Worth is a city with much to offer, from the rodeo-filled stockyards to the Bass Performance Hall and the National Cowgirl Museum. It is also known for hosting the oldest stock show and rodeo in the United States at the Southwestern Exposition.