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Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth Alliance Airport hotel provides hourly rooms, free Wi-Fi, and on-site dining for its guests. Beyond those conveniences, plus the pool, nearby distractions include motorsport and archery, and there are countless things to see and do in Fort Worth to the south.
Dining Options – There’s nowhere more convenient to dine than the excellent on-site restaurant Garden Grille & Bar, but there are other establishments in the vicinity. Leaving aside the dozens of restaurants in Fort Worth to the south, there’s the Beacon Café, a place of old-fashioned charm that serves up classic American breakfast and lunch dishes. Head straight south from the hotel and you’ll come to 54th Street Restaurant & Drafthouse, which combines an American menu with a relaxed atmosphere. Plus there’s Mexican cuisine, including custom burritos, at QDOBA Mexican Eats.
Motorsport and Archery – Gearheads can get their fix at the Texas Motor Speedway, an expansive racetrack and arena which hosts events including NASCAR and IndyCar. When racing isn’t happening other gigs may be put on, including concerts, and there’s food and drink on-site. If you’re more a Robin Hood type, head along to the nearby Cinnamon Creek Ranch, an archery complex with both indoor and outdoor targets, and lessons too.
Fort Worth – To the south of the day rooms is Fort Worth, which is brimming with attractions. There are more than 7,000 animals and a variety of habitats to see at Fort Worth Zoo, as well as interactive activities for visitors, including feeding the giraffes. You can also relax at the Fort Worth Water Gardens, an urban park replete with pools, fountains and waterfalls. For budding boffins, the child-friendly Fort Worth Museum of Science and History offers hands-on exhibits such as digging for dinosaur bones, a planetarium, and an IMAX theater.
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