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Budget hotels in Fort Worth
On a smaller budget, you could stay at Haltom Inn Fort Worth, where prices are about 64US$ per night on average. La Quinta Inn & Suites Fort Worth North is a highly-rated budget hotel in Fort Worth, with free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi, just a short drive from Stockyards Museum.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Luxury and boutique accommodation
If you are looking for a luxury hotel in Fort Worth, a good option could be Omni Fort Worth Hotel, which has an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi, there is also Cast Iron Restaurant restaurant 50 metres away. Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth North is a boutique hotel within a walking distance of Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 4-star Embassy Suites Fort Worth - Downtown.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Stay Alfred At Parkside So7 is a B&B that is 20 minutes' walk to JFK Tribute. Candlewood Suites Dallas, Ft Worth/Fossil Creek is a well-equipped business hotel that features free self-parking, a golf course and lawn tennis for those travelling to Fort Worth on business. If you are looking for a comfy resort hotel in Fort Worth, consider Hampton Inn Fort Worth Southwest Cityview, which is also within 10 minutes' walking distance of Tilt.
Fort Worth is a city where legends are born.
This quiet town with its distinct provincial charm couldn't even imagine to be recognized worldwide by its notorious reputation. It once became a shelter for outlaws – including the famous Bonnie and Clyde. Clyde Barrow, modest criminal and Bonnie Parker, new comer on their bloody bank robbing path, found Forth Worth as an ideal place to hide out from police.
On their crime-fueled joy ride, this couple stayed in Fort Worth's Stockyards Hotel. A doorplate bearing their names still marks the entrance to their room. You can stay in this hotel too, if you consult Booked.net. From cheap hotels in Forth Worth to luxury, all are available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
This love story came to an end when The New York Times reported: ''Clyde Barrow, notorious Texas 'bad man' and murderer, and his cigar-smoking, quick-shooting woman accomplice, Bonnie Parker, were ambushed and shot to death today...". Years passed and everyone still talks about the details of their death, but no one seems to care much about the little corner of East Texas - Fort Worth - where the events that led to their death were set in motion four months earlier.
Today on your trip to Fort Worth you will hardly find Forth Worth to be the small corner it was in the 1930s, it has grown to become the fifth largest city in Texas with a population of 661,000 residents occupying a total area of 298sqmiles of Fort Worth. Attractions include;
- The Fort Worth Zoo opened as the first zoo in Texas in 1909
- The Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth, the oldest museum in Texas and also the second-largest museum gallery for modern art in America
- Sundance Square, an array of 20 blocks of shops, bars, sidewalks and historic buildings
- The Fort Worth Botanic Garden, a place to take it easy in the city
These attractions make up a big part of city's backdrop, historical as well. It started as a tiny outpost on a lonely frontier along the banks of the Trinity River. Its fertile lands made it a favorite hunting ground for Native Americans till the first settlement was established by Jonathon Bird in the winter of 1840. When the first conflict with new residents arose both sides were brought to the table to draw up a boundary line - “Where the West Begins” – the Fort Worth boundary.
Today locals say their city is crucial historically not only for Bonnie and Clyde, but for President John F. Kennedy, who delivered his last public speech in Fort Worth before leaving for Dallas in 1963. Some even say that Fort Worth is a city under a spell, but to make it clear you need to go there. Booked.net can assist you with this if choose one of the hotels listed on our website for your stay.