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5 hotels to consider for your next Fort Worth staycation

We all deserve a break every once in a while — kick back and relax with a Fort Worth staycation.

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Relax poolside with a drink in hand from Gemelle at Hotel Otto. | Photo by FTWtoday

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We all love a weekend getaway, but that doesn’t have to mean driving hours or braving airport lines. Fort Worth is a destination full of hidden gems so we’re helping you plan a relaxing staycation away from home.

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Hotel Otto features bungalows made of shipping containers. | Photo by FTWtoday

Hotel Otto, 4400 White Settlement Rd. | Book a stay

Located in the River District, the micro-hotel offers a relaxing stay in eight bungalows constructed from shipping containers, a plunge pool with cabanas and chairs, a bocce ball court, daily complimentary cocktail hour, and Hermès bath amenities. Bonus: Each room features a rooftop deck with views of the Trinity River.

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Hotel Dryce is centrally located near museums and entertainment venues.

Hotel Dryce, 3621 Byers Ave. | Book a stay

Located down the street from Dickies Arena, the boutique hotel is an old dry ice factory that was transformed into a modern hotel in the Cultural District. Guests can expect 21 rooms of various sizes adorned with local art, vintage furniture, and handmade furnishings.

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Hotel Revel is located within walking distance of the restaurants on Magnolia Avenue. | Photo courtesy of Hotel Revel

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Hotel Revel, 1165 8th Ave. | Book a stay

Located around the corner from Magnolia Avenue, the Near Southside hotel features floor-to-ceiling windows in every guest room, Malin+Goetz bath products, and a sky deck offering breathtaking views of the city.

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Book a stay inside the Stockyards hotels. | Photo by FTWtoday

Hotel Drover, 200 Mule Alley | Book a stay

The Mule Alley hotel features a Western theme including a life-size “Drover” sculpture upon arrival. Inside, guests will find a two-story library, 200 rooms, Los Poblanos bath products, and an outdoor pool.

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

The Sandman Signature Hotel, 810 Houston St. | Book a stay

Centrally located downtown, the brand new hotel opened in March after renovating the century-old W.T. Waggoner Building into a 245-room hotel. A fitness center is currently in the works.

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