Stockyards Hotel

109 E. Exchange Ave. (Rodeo Plaza) Fort Worth TX

A historic property that invites guests to step back into the Old West.

This hotel's lobby sets the scene perfectly with its hardwood floors, leather chairs and cast-iron tables. Constructed in 1907, this property housed many of the Old West's cattle barons, cowboys and merchants who were passing through the major cattle town of Fort Worth. As such, it sits right in the middle of the historic Stockyards District. The guest rooms here are divided into four categories: Victorian, Cowboy, Native American and Mountain Man. Each type offers a décor that matches its name. Victorian rooms are decorated in florals and lace, while Cowboy rooms display Old West scenes on the walls. The southwest desert is reflected in the Native American rooms, and the Mountain Man rooms are furnished with rough-hewn wood beds and chairs. Many of the eight suites are named after famous --- or infamous --- Texas legends, including Butch Cassidy, Davy Crockett and Bonnie & Clyde. To get in the spirit, visit one of the twice-daily cattle drives through the Ft. Worth Stockyards. Pets are allowed with $50 deposit ... but no cows, please.

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109 E. Exchange Ave. (Rodeo Plaza) Fort Worth TX 76106 U.S.


817-625-6427 Hotel’s Website

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