The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa offers an ideal location in the city’s vibrant commercial and hospitality sector less than a block from the state-of-the-art Fort Worth Convention Center. Our comfortable new hotel combines the excitement of a new destination with the sophistication of the best technological innovations and the warmth of our friendly, western, crossroads city.
Our 430 guest rooms feature rich, deep-grain wood furniture and 21st century art to complement the comfort of the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper(SM) Bed. Additional in-room amenities include a 32” flat panel HD television and wireless High Speed Internet Access. Club Level accommodations provide private access to the Club Level Lounge where you receive complimentary morning breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres with cocktails.
Meeting planners appreciate the 22,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space offering the ultimate flexibility to accommodate diverse events – from a one-day board meeting to week-long corporate conferences. Exceptional onsite catering, state-of-the-art audiovisual services and equipment, and professional customer service exemplify a uniquely personalized approach and unwavering attention to detail.
Our outstanding restaurant is a perfect complement to Fort Worth’s bustling restaurant scene, combining excellent value and service. Soothing the souls and soles of guests and Fort Worthians alike is our unique, stylish, 8,000-square foot luxury fitness center and spa – an exclusive in downtown Fort Worth. It features a yoga room, Pilates studio, and six treatment rooms.
Within walking distance of numerous restaurants and world-class entertainment and convenient to Dallas/Fort Worth International, Dallas Love Field, and other regional airports, Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa’s location is wonderfully suited for visitors.
Shula's 347 Grill on-site-
Beaubelle Spa on-site-
Water Gardens Adjacent-
Convention Center Adjacent-
Sundance Square featuring Restaurants, Retail, Nightlife, Bass Performance Hall and Theater Two Blocks-
Stockyards, Zoo and Train Nearby
“Average 3 star hotel; functional, but not spectacular”
May 11, 2013
Texman, Dallas | Trip type: Family
For a recent weekend, during MayFest in Fort Worth, my wife and I found the Sheraton Fort Worth hotel. Our purpose for travel there was to visit our children and...
For a recent weekend, during MayFest in Fort Worth, my wife and I found the Sheraton Fort Worth hotel. Our purpose for travel there was to visit our children and grandchildren; and, to attend a professional baseball game between the Texas Rangers and the Boston Red Sox. Easy to spot from the Interstate Highway, we were thankful for the hotel's placement, because we were not very familiar with downtown Fort Worth.
The receptionist appeared to be perhaps a recent high school graduate; it was nearly midnight by our arrival. She seemed almost uninterested in greeting us; perhaps the guest prior to us had been more demanding or perhaps she was very tired from a long day. Nonetheless, the front desk reception area was not clearly marked, nor was it obvious to the weary eye--a standup desk with a very short night clerk barely visible over the desktop. Because of my uncertainty that this was the reception/front desk, I queried if I was in the right place for check-in. The look she gave me was incredulous--her face had the "are you kidding me, sir, why else would I be standing here at midnight with these shoes killing my feet, if this were not the front desk?" look on it. Quietly, almost wordlessly, she checked us into our room.
We had requested a king-size bed while booking the day before. None were available by the time of our late arrival. The elevator was rather small for such a large hotel, especially with our requisite suitcases in tow. Our room though was large enough, with two queen beds. The room looked hastily cleaned because there were smudges on the mirror in the bathroom, and thick white threads randomly scattered across the carpeted floor that the vacuum had obviously missed. At least there was a tea & coffee maker in the room. The television was a nice HDTV with good broadcast reception. There were blackout shades available for the window.
The view out our window was not much to brag about, as we faced away from downtown more toward the Interstate Highway we had just exited. The room was quiet enough to get our much coveted sleep--in fact, I did not wake up until almost 10:00AM the next morning! Wonderful after an exhausting day before. So, there are certainly no issues about the beds or restfulness of the room! For our two-night stay, we were surprised that there was nothing entertaining at the hotel. Basically, this must be an older hotel, styled as in the days past when hotels were only a place to rest one's head--not a destination in and of itself. We saw that a spa experience was advertised, but our plans did not fit the availability of this service.
Checkout was handled by a television menu--almost effortless in contradistinction to many other hotel room checkout screens. We valet parked our car for $22/ night--scandalous to my tastes; however, the self-park cost $18/ night which is even worse, since that was a block away! We had to wait almost 10 minutes before the valet was able to register our car for parking; obviously, that late at night he was working by himself. A peculiarity on requesting that our car be brought around the next morning, calling from our room ahead of time; we were instructed to leave a "voicemail" request at the valet's telephone number--which we did. However, ten minutes later, when we arrived at the valet's desk, we did not see our car. The head parking valet--directing the traffic and passing out car keys to junior members for retrieval--when queried as to where our car was, asked "What car?" We explained that we had called ahead leaving our car tag number, room number, and the parking registration number on his answering machine/voicemail as we made the request to bring our car around. "Mister, we don't ever listen to that fool thing! That's crazy whoever told you to do that!" So, we had to wait another 10 minutes for them to retrieve our car. Thankfully, we were not in a great rush to get away.
Perhaps we will stay at this hotel again in the future, but only if the room price warrants. Nothing special about this hotel to draw us back otherwise. « less
“Nice Hotel in Ft. Worth”
May 10, 2013
mnasf, San Francisco, California | Trip type: Business
This is a nice hotel. The rooms are clean, the staff are friendly. The hotel is easy to find, but a little difficult to get into. There is nothing overly...
This is a nice hotel. The rooms are clean, the staff are friendly. The hotel is easy to find, but a little difficult to get into. There is nothing overly special about this hotel that makes it stand out. The rooms are large and comfortable. The bed and bath were fine. The location is close to things in downtown Ft. Worth. If business requires me to stay in Ft. Worth, I would stay at this hotel again. « less
“Should Be Called the Sheraton Water Gardens”
May 8, 2013
tjones882, Denton, Texas | Trip type: Family
This is a traditional older style hotel with a few frills. My room had been updated and I did not see any of the issues the previous reviewers pointed out....
This is a traditional older style hotel with a few frills. My room had been updated and I did not see any of the issues the previous reviewers pointed out. Sheets were clean, bed comfortable, bathroom mold-free. The toilet paper holder was not broken. It is just a bad design that lets it sag, thus appearing broken.
The indoor pool and hottub were both hot tub temperature, which was kinda fun considering it was one of those bizarre May days with temps hovering around 65 or less. They had a large screen TV playing Disney's Cars, which I thought was a nice touch.
Nice facility and across the street from the Water Gardens, which was a bonus surprise. « less
We stayed at the Sheraton on a Friday night recently, and were pleased with the location. Close to the Convention Center and Sundance Square, but not right in the middle...
We stayed at the Sheraton on a Friday night recently, and were pleased with the location. Close to the Convention Center and Sundance Square, but not right in the middle of the noise. The public areas of the hotel have been recently upgraded and look very nice, but the room was a little disappointing. It felt very much like every budget hotel I've ever stayed in. It was clean. That, I will give them. But apart from that, it was much lower quality than the nearly $200./night price might have offered. The AC didn't work well. And the smoke alarm was missing from the room altogether...just a mass of wires hanging there where it should have been. I reported this to the Front desk in plenty of time to get it replaced before night, but no one came to do so. When we returned late after the concert, it was still just wires hanging from the ceiling. And the Front desk did not care at that time of night. There were two hand towels, two bath towels, and one quarter of a roll of toilet paper in the bathroom. Reported that too, but that need was ignored as well. The bed was far from luxe, the pillows a joke, and the clock didn't work at all. The valet was prompt and efficient, which I appreciated, but when I tipped the guy in the Valet office instead of the runner, the runner gave me a pretty hard time about it. I asked it they tip shared and he told me they did, so I fail to see the problem unless he's not reporting and sharing all his tips. All in all, just not a place I'll repeat despite its very convenient location. « less
“A Starwood Hotel at it's best”
May 7, 2013
sasies, Dallas, Tx. | Trip type: Family
I truly enjoyed my stay at Sheraton. I arrived late due to my daughters dance competition running a little over so when I arrived, I was greeted at my car...
I truly enjoyed my stay at Sheraton. I arrived late due to my daughters dance competition running a little over so when I arrived, I was greeted at my car from valet. They allowed me to park up from so I could check in. Check in took less than 5 minutes as all my information was successfully stored in their system. I carried our belonging upstairs and then went to move the car. If you are planning to stay at this hotel over a weekend, then you can park on the street for free. The meters are turned off during the weekend so you can save the $22 that it would cost to valet. When I parked my car the hotel security was walking around to check on the vehicles.
The room were spacious and very clean. The beds were like pillows and extrememly comfortable. We stayed on the 7th floor and a great view of the Ft. Worth skyline.
The breakfast buffet is dynamite and the staff was super friendly. The manager came over and conversed at our table for a few minutes and really made us feel at home.
The hot tub and a pool is a MUST! They are both located on the main floor and indoors. The pool is heated and the hot tub is delicious. There was probably room for 11-14 people to comfortably fit.
Our only downfall for the stay was upon checkout the hotel charged us twice per night for the room. We took our receipt to the front desk and they immediatly made adjustments on our bill. So as you should with any receipts, check and make sure that you were not overcharged.
The hotel was spotless and well taken care of and the staff is very friendly. It's a great place to stay.
A few things by the hotel:
Across the street is a park that you can walk around. When we left there was a good 30-40 people there.
Down the street about a mile they have bike rentals that you can rent. The streets in down town also have bike paths for safety. « less
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Total Misc Fees:
$0.00 USD (mandatory resort fees/taxes)
Room Types - Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel & Spa
Standard, One King Bed
Two queen beds. 430 square feet. Desk. 32-inch flat-panel HDTV with cable channels and pay movies. Telephone with voice mail. Complimentary wireless Internet access. In-room safe. Coffee/tea maker. Hair dryer. Complimentary Bliss bath amenities. Nonsmoking.
Club, Two Queen Beds
1 bed or 2 beds. Premium bedding. Desk. In-room safe. Wireless high-speed Internet access (complimentary). Flat-panel television. High-definition television. Cable/satellite television channels. Pay movies. Multi-line phone. Voice mail. Clock radio. Coffee/tea maker. Private bathroom. Shower/tub combination. Hair dryer. Complimentary toiletries. Iron/ironing board. Blackout drapes/curtains. Air conditioning. Climate control. Non-smoking only.
Standard, Two Queen Beds
Two Queen Beds
Slip into the pillowtop bed with premium bedding for a good night's rest. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and the flat-screen TVs offers pay movies. Request an in-room massage. A coffee/tea maker is provided. The private bathroom has a shower/tub combination, as well as complimentary toiletries and a hair dryer. A safe, a desk, and a wake-up call service are among the conveniences offered. This room is Non-Smoking.
Amenities - Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel & Spa
Baby facilities in room
Baggage storage facilities
Breakfast in room
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Credit card accepted: JCB
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health center
Internet - wireless
Internet - ethernet
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Office in room available
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Radio in room
24 hours room service
Safe in rooms
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Swimming pool - indoor
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Travellers cheques accepted
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel & Spa
DFW 20 miles
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Local Shuttle Info: We offer a complimentary shuttle within a 3 mile radius. Molly Trolley (city trolley) offer stops in Sundance Square from the Hotel complimentary daily.
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