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The Ashton Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel fully renovated from two buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
The Fort Worth hotel buildings were meticulously restored to retain their unique architectural details, while the interiors were updated with the latest technology and every amenity to please even the most discerning guests. They have earned the AAA Four Diamond award for the past eight consecutive years.
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AAA Four Diamond Award Read Fort Worth Star Telegram article: Buffett cuts BNSF deal at Fort Worth's Ashton Hotel Read Fort Worth Star Telegram article: Buffett, Gates pay quiet visit to Fort Worth Read New York Times article: 36 Hours in Dallas Read TripAdvisor reviews for The Ashton Hotel
Business Meeting, Romantic Getaway, Wedding
Warren Buffett and Bill Gates stay here
Presidential Suite - 810 sq.ft. Signature Suites - 560 sq.ft. State Rooms - 470-500 sq.ft. Signature Rooms - 400-500 sq.ft. Romance Suite - 375 sq.ft. Deluxe Rooms - 350 sq.ft.
Complimentary fitness center
A Perfect Location to Explore Fort Worth - The hotel's location in the center of downtown is ideal for getting around the city and visiting all Fort Worth attractions. Sundance Square, Fort Worth's top shopping and entertainment venue, and the Fort Worth Convention Center are just two blocks away. From sporting events to theater, concerts, to museums, shopping and nightlife – there is so much to explore in Fort Worth. Our concierge is happy to assist with planning activities for you to experience our great city. The Museum District: The Kimbell Art Museum is consistently ranked among the outstanding modern public art-gallery facilities in the world. Designed by American architect Louis I. Kahn, the building that the Kimbell calls home is almost as famous as its collections. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth exhibits the following contemporary art mediums: painting, sculpture, works on paper, and photography. A new Modern Art Museum designed by Tadao Ando opened in November, 2002, and is expected to rival the top modern art museums in the world. The Amon Carter Museum is devoted to exhibit the finest examples of American art, which includes Amon G. Carter's personal collection featuring Remingtons and Russells. The museum closed in 1999 for a $39 million dollar expansion and renovation which tripled its exhibition space. The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History has been the most popular cultural attraction in North Texas since the mid-1980s. It features interactive exhibits, galleries, Noble Planetarium and Omni Theater, which have shows daily.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)