Stay at Omni Fort Worth Hotel in Fort Worth, TX. Dates into April.
Hotel at a Glance: Omni Fort Worth Hotel
A tower of shining glass in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, the Omni Fort Worth Hotel offers a modern Western feel in one of the world-s great luxury hotels. Adorned with elegant Texas decor and furnishings, guest rooms include amenities such as complimentary WiFi for Select Guest Members; many also boast thrilling views of the sprawling Fort Worth cityscape.
Eat well at the hotel-s many dining options, which include everything from the hand-selected steak at Bob-s Steak & Chop House to spirits at Wine Thief and Whiskey & Rye. There-s even an onsite Starbucks.
Pamper yourself at Mokara Spa, where technicians specialize in facials, body treatments, and soothing massages.
Take a dip in the heated outdoor swimming pool, whose amenities include a tanning deck, hot tub, and The Water Horse Pool Bar (seasonal).
Stay active at the onsite fitness center, which houses ellipticals, free weights, and other gym-grade workout equipment. The hotel also offers in-room fitness kits that feature resistance bands and weights suitable for light exercises upon request.
Fort Worth: Western Hub with Bustling Downtown
Once a market for buying and selling cattle, sheep, and hogs, the Fort Worth Stockyards is today a historical district where the smell of smoked meats from barbecue joints and country music from rowdy honky-tonks fill the air. It's the best place in the city to go for an authentic Texas experience. You can still watch drovers on horseback parade herds of cattle down the main drag. Live musicians accompany line dancing at the site of a famous 19th-century gunfight, and at a nearby rodeo center, modern-day cowboys demonstrate bull riding and barrel racing during two-hour exhibitions.
In the cultural district—about 4 miles south—world-class museums stand along tree-lined brick boulevards. Acclaimed as one of the most striking architectural designs of the modern era, the Kimbell Art Museum houses ancient artifacts, a painting thought to be Michelangelo-s first, and early Ninja Turtles sketches. At the free-to-the-public Amon Carter Museum of American Art, you can survey a collection of American works, including several paintings from the Hudson River School.