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The official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for recognizing and celebrating the finest historic hotels across America.
Among the Fort Worth CVB's suggested itineraries, this provides outlined routes that will make the most of your time.
A Moment in Time, a Place in History. Our Fort Worth hotel is a nationally registered historical landmark.
Hilton Fort Worth has been a part of Fort Worth history for a long time. The hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Originally the Hotel Texas, this hotel was constructed from 1920 to 1921. History has found a home here, from the hotel's early days in the 1920's, when the rowdy cattle town of Ft. Worth suddenly found itself awash in a new kind of wealth: oil money. Now, what was once billed as "the South's Great Lobby" has been reborn as Ft. Worth's finest accommodations.
You can see it in a staff that is passionately dedicated to creating a first class experience. You can experience it through services that attain perfection. This is a setting as exceptional today as it is meaningful to history. Experience it all.
1922 Hotel Monthly Article (PDF)
Hilton Ft. Worth has welcomed many famous and important guests. None would prove to be more significant than President John F. Kennedy and the First Lady, Jacqueline. Using the hotel as a backdrop, the young President addressed the thousands who had gathered to catch a glimpse of America's most popular political figure. Revisit that historical day through pictures, located on the 2nd floor, at the end of each Promenade.
The Crystal Ballroom was where President John F Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline spent breakfast, with the President making what would turn out to be his final address to 2,000 visitors. You can book the Crystal Ballroom for your social or corporate function and write your own history in its 12,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
Our 2,200 sq. ft. Presidential Suite is located on the 15th floor. Enticing extras include a separate parlor space, connecting king and double guest rooms with Hilton Serenity Beds, a dining/conference area, refrigerator, upgraded bath amenities, four flat-screen TVs, 22-foot ceilings, complimentary WiFi access, a crystal chandelier and wet bar. Contact the hotel to book.