Texas Sheraton reopens after $50M renovation

The Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown has reopened following a $50 million renovation, part of Sheraton’s new signature experience being implemented worldwide. The project was reportedly one of the largest-ever hotel renovations in the Fort Worth region. Aimbridge Hospitality operates the property.

The current undertaking is part of a nationwide transformation of several Sheraton hotels, including includes Denver, Phoenix, San Diego, Waikiki, Hawaii and others. 

“Nearly every inch of the hotel has been upgraded from the original design, from the lobby to the top floor Trinity suite,” General Manager Damien O’Connor said in a statement. 

Public Spaces

The front facade has the state outline of Texas, and the lobby has “abstract western” décor. Dining options include signature restaurant and bar West+Stone and &More by Sheraton. 

The property has approximately 30,000 square feet of conference space, including a large ballroom and individual breakout meeting rooms and workspaces. The hotel also has a fitness center and remodeled indoor swimming pool.

Updated Guestrooms

The 403 guestrooms have platform beds, adjustable work tables, charging outlets and power sources as well as expanded bathrooms. 

The Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown has also expanded its suite offerings to 37–up from a previous 25–including one new suite covering more than 1,000 square feet. The top-floor Trinity Suite has a large parlor and two bedrooms with king-sized beds. 

Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown

The Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown is across the street from the recently expanded Fort Worth Convention Center, the Water Gardens and the new addition to the Texas A&M University Law School. The hotel is close to Dickies Arena, The Stockyards, the Near Southside neighborhood, Texas Christian University and the Fort Worth Zoo.

“The investment made in the recently completed building renovation is equal to the addition of a brand-new hotel to our hospitality community,” said Robert Jameson, president and CEO of Visit Fort Worth. “All aspects of the hotel have been updated.”