Hotels are popping up throughout downtown and the historic Stockyards bringing chic modern vibes with them. Plan a weekend getaway to one of these six new properties. 

Hotel Drover 

The Hotel Drover opened March 22 in the Stockyards National Historic District and is the epitome of a modern western escape. Named after the cowboys that drove cattle along the Chisholm Trail, the hotel embodies an authentic western getaway under the umbrella of a luxury boutique hotel. Enjoy the in-room soaking tub or cut into a juicy steak at 97 West Kitchen and Bar.

Tip: book a two-night stay so you have plenty of time to enjoy the pool, live music and more in The Backyard as well the shopping and dining in Mule Alley. Get the details.


AC Hotel 

The AC Hotel opened its door in downtown Fort Worth in September 2020. The modern hotel makes for the perfect place to stay when planning a posh getaway filled with shopping, fine dining and entertainment. Sip on a gin and tonic from the AC Lounge known for its tapas menu of small plates with a Spanish flair. Get the details. 


SpringHill Suites Stockyards

Be a tourist in your own city and spend the weekend rediscovering the Stockyards National Historic District. The Springhill Suites boasts some of the best views from the 6th floor bar and restaurant, Atico, that is owned and operated by Chef Tim Love. The tapas restaurant serves traditional Spanish food like patatas bravas and even offers a 24K gold taco paired with caviar. Get the details. 


Hotel Revel 

Hotel Revel is an ultra-modern hotel in the Near Southside neighborhood with floor to ceiling windows. The stylish property is contactless which means no staff is on site. It's the perfect hideaway for the independent traveler. Enjoy drinks on the sky deck as you watch the sunset or stroll down Magnolia Avenue for dinner. Get the details. 


The Sinclair

The Sinclair Hotel is a swanky new property in Sundance Square that exudes luxury the moment you step into the lobby. Designed to reflect the Gilded Age art deco style of the Roaring 20s, the Sinclair Building stands 17 stories tall and boasts some of the best views of Fort Worth. Each of the 164 boutique rooms and suites are outfitted with a number of high-tech amenities including digital showers, 8K wallpaper televisions and presence sensors. Dine in at Wicked Butcher before heading to the rooftop bar to toast the night. Get the details.


The Worthington 

The Worthington Renaissance Hotel is celebrating 40 years in 2021. And though not new, this timeless property in downtown recently underwent a major renovation that brought with it a stellar new lobby, restaurant and bar. Belly up to the bar at Toro Toro for a drink and apps before hitting the buzzy downtown nightlife scene. Get the details.