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The pet-friendly day rooms of Residence Inn Fort Worth Cultural District hotel offer guests the convenience of free Wi-Fi and a 5-mile weekday shuttle service. The local area is brimming with varied restaurants, and there are many attractions within walking distance. The vicinity has multiple art galleries, beautiful and peaceful botanical and water gardens, the Fort Worth Zoo, and plenty more to explore.
Diverse Dining – Fans of Japanese cuisine and lively atmospheres will find both at Blue Sushi Sake Grill, where the menu features sushi and sake. Upscale seafood and steak are served up at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, and you can relax to the sound of live jazz in the cocktail lounge. Health-conscious American fare is the order of the day at Righteous Foods, whilst home-cooked Italian favorites are available in the quaint surroundings of Piola Italian Restaurant & Garden.
Art Galleries – Just to the west of the hourly rooms is the acclaimed Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which exhibits more than 3,000 artworks, all of which were created after the end of the Second World War. Nearby is the Kimbell Art Museum, where the galleries focus upon art from Europe and Asia, the atmosphere is calm, and entry to the permanent exhibitions is free.
Botanic and Water Gardens – The verdant Fort Worth Botanic Garden covers more than 110 acres, including the highly popular Japanese garden. It’s an ideal place to relax and unwind, with an alternative being the Fort Worth Water Gardens, an urban park featuring waterfalls, pools, and fountains.
Fort Worth Zoo – Just across the river is the Fort Worth Zoo, where more than 7,000 animals from exotic climes and closer to home can be found. There’s a variety of themed habitats, and you may have the opportunity to feed the giant giraffes, or even pet stingrays.
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Parking (small fee).
Pet-friendly hotel (fee required).
Outdoor pool and whirlpool.