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5 new hotels in the works in Fort Worth

Here’s a look at some highly anticipated hotels that are coming to Fort Worth.

FTW-Bowie House Hotel

Bowie House Hotel is will encompass more than 35,600 sqft. | Rendering courtesy of Boka Powell

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A record number of hotels are coming to North Texas.

According to the latest report from Lodging Econometrics, the metro leads the country with 175+ hotels in the construction pipeline, accounting for more than 20,000 rooms.

Here’s a look at the most anticipated hotels opening in Fort Worth.

FTW-Sandman Signature Hotel

The Waggoner Building earned a place on the National Historic Register. | Rendering courtesy of Northland Properties

The Sandman Signature Hotel | Downtown

The century-old W.T. Waggoner Building (810 Houston St.) is nearly converted into a 245-room hotel. The hotel is only the second Sandman Signature Hotel in the US and includes Asian fusion restaurant Musume and meeting spaces. The hotel is currently taking reservations.

  • Developer: Northland Properties
  • Anticipated opening: March 2023
The hotel will also include Canyon Ranch luxury spa.

The hotel will also include Canyon Ranch luxury spa. | Renderings provided by Crescent Real Estate LLC.

The Crescent Fort Worth | Cultural District

The $250 million project is in the works at West 7th and Camp Bowie Boulevard and will include a boutique 200-room hotel, restaurant, rooftop lounge, 175 residential units, and 168,000 sqft of office space.

  • Developer: Crescent Real Estate
  • Architect: OZ Architecture and GFF
  • Anticipated opening: Mid-2023
FTW-Bowie House Hotel

The four-story Bowie House Hotel will feature 106 rooms. | Rendering courtesy of Boka Powell

Bowie House Hotel | Museum District

Managed by Auberge Resorts Collection, the boutique hotel will be located on the northeast corner of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Dorothy Lane. It will feature four stories and 106 rooms, along with a barn-inspired spa, fitness center, an outdoor pool and bar, and signature restaurants.

  • Developer: Jo Ellard
  • Architect: Boka Powell
  • Anticipated opening: Late 2023
FTW-Le Meridian

Le Meridien will be a reinvention of the Hilton Hotel Annex. | Rendering provided by The City of Fort Worth

Le Méridien | Downtown

The former 13-story Hilton Hotel Annex (815 Commerce St.) is being redeveloped as a 230-room hotel managed by Remington Hotels. The historic building will be reimagined with new ground floor restaurants, a rooftop bar, and a sixth floor pool deck.

  • Developer: Blueprint Hospitality
  • Architect: Premier and Sandvick Architects, Inc.
  • Anticipated opening: 2023
FTW-Convention Center plans

The rendering shows plans for a new hotel, sidewalks, and a street open to cars.

Rendering provided by The City of Fort Worth

The Convention Center | Downtown

The first phase of the Convention Center expansion is expected to begin in August and includes demolishing the current arena and straightening Commerce Center to make room for a 1,000-room hotel. According to Downtown Fort Worth Inc., hotel bookings are expected to increase by 94% once the convention center expansion is complete.

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