- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Residence Inn by Marriott Fort Worth Cultural District3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Tonight I misplaced my room key after going to the gym. When I returned I knew I had misplaced my key so I went to the front door that was posted that it requires a room key to open. I push the intercom button and told the person who answered that I forgot my key and asked if they could let me in. They rudely demanded that I tell them my room number. How does telling them my room number verify who I am? I could have said any number. When I wouldn't becuase of security reasons the started screaming at me demanding me to leave the premises and that they were calling the police on me. They refused to tell me who they were when I asked becuase I couldn't see them and they wouldn't even come to the door to help me. The guy on the intercom claimed to be security but when he came to the door to instruct the newspaper delivery man to use another entrance he wasn't wearing any sort of uniform neither a security or marriot uniform. I finally went out to my truck and dug under all the seats and found my room key. When I went into the hotel I asked the alleged security guard for his name and he refused and so did the person with the long beard behind the desk, neither of them were wearing nametags. So I approached the front desk where the business cards are located and the alleged security guard stepped in front of me blocking my acces to the cards. I am a Marriott Rewards Gold Elite Member and this is the customer service I receive at this hotel. Unbelieveable I will never stay here again and highly discourage anyone else from staying at this property!
Stayed here over the Easter weekend. The location is fabulous - walking distance to so many things! The staff was friendly, polite and helpful. The maids did an amazing job of tidying up after our first night. Love the crisp, white bed linens - slept like a baby. The room was a great size and layout - but maybe a little worn. The ice maker didn't work and the bathroom light was one of those where a fan comes on and is absolutely deafening. Aside from those (very minor) issues ... I recommend this hotel and wouldn't hesitate to re-book here in the future.
Have stayed here many times.Still a great location. It's not a #5 any more as in 2006. 8,9. Reworked some time back. Some bathroom fixtures were replaced with cheaper look and quality. It's more like a cat 3 hotel. Staff nice. Overpriced as is. One could find a lot cheaper price a mile or two from 7th St. Best part is the location. Look out, as they can slip in a few buck for the parking. Did not see parking fee listed on Marriott web site.
This place is in the middle of everything. Park across the street, grocery stores a short walk about 0.2 miles away, foods everywhere depend on how far you want to walk. Very good location, pooch friendly area. Evening special is good, also breakfast. Friendly staff from check in to check out. Parking is free. I will stay here again and again and again when I come back to Fort Worth.
First time in Dallas. Glad I found this place. Warm and friendly staff that greeted you every day as if they’ve known you for years. Free breakfast was better than most establishments that actually sell breakfast and the evening happy hour mingling with free wine, beer and munchies made it that much more of an amazing stay. Lots to do around the area and close to major roadways. Will definitely stay here if and when I return.
LOVED! - Excellent location across from Trinity Park, near all the happening spots on West 7th, and a stone's throw from the cultural district. - Amazingly friendly and kind staff. - Beautiful, fairly clean room. - Extremely quiet; I slept peacefully. EH. - A couple forks in the drawer were still dirty. - Bedsheets were scratchy, bed comfort was average. Be aware that parking costs $8 a night (I think that's a steal). I wish I could have stayed there longer, I was very comfortable at this hotel and in my suite. I can't say enough good things about the location, how quiet it was, and how nice the staff were! This will be my go-to hotel in Fort Worth.
I arrived at the hotel last night. Probably it’s a bit early to write a review but I’m here for few days on business and I’ll update my review time to time. So far, great staff. Property looks very clean, not sure how old is this place. Either it’s well kept or pretty new. I’ve seen outdoor heated pool from my room’s window. It looks very nice. There’s a hot tub there as well. Gym is very small. One treadmill, one elliptical and some free weights. Room is very nice. Residence Inn is like home, kitchen had almost everything you would need for cooking and eating. Dish washer and full-size sink. Full size fridge with jug in it. Freezer has ice maker. Lights are a bit dim specially in the bathroom. Paul Mitchell products. Decent size TV but this room can use bigger TV. Center table seems a bit old. Sofa is decent. Don’t try to sleep on it. Bed is nice though I saw a stain on the side of the sheet. Free breakfast in the morning is decent. Scrambled eggs, sausage (I only eat halal so I didn’t try that) juices, coffee, oat meal and many other things. Great neighborhood. Looks like a very clean suburb but you’ve everything on walking distance. There’s even divvy type bike rental couple blocks from hotel. Plenty of restaurants. Tom Thumb a fancy grocery store is nearby too. If you want to shop for some reasonable price groceries Target is less then a mile away.
In planning on going to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo I search for hotels within walking distance to the grounds. I found the Residence Inn by Marriott in the Cultural District. I was not familiar with this part of town and wanted to make sure it was safe but after reading some reviews I got the notion is was in a nice area. The hotel photos looked like it was new and could walk to the rodeo, so I booked a room. I arrived and the area around it looked like it was on the up and the hotel looked new. The lobby was very nice, checked in quickly, and noticed it had an outdoor pool/spa, grill, free breakfast in the morning, and pantry to purchase food items. It also had a separate work area with TVs. Our room was on the 4th floor and was like a mini suite. It had a full sized kitchen with free coffee, tea and popcorn. If you want ice then make sure to turn on the switch in the freezer. There are two TVs and a nicely sized bathroom. The TV in the bedroom is pretty low to the ground but still can watch it sitting on the bed. The bed felt good and the AC/heater worked fine. Had no issues with the room. If planning on walking to the rodeo grounds then walk along the railroad tracks to go under the Lancaster Avenue bridge and towards the grounds. I first walked into neighborhood and blocked by a gate. A little old lady drive up angry what I was doing. I told her I was trying to get out by she kept saying it was a gated community but there was not gate on the entrance so technically not secure. Anyway I was done with her and just went back out to follow the tracks. If wondering what’s else is around the hotel well first there is a huge park along the Trinity River. There are also lots of shopping and eateries. Open maps and will see many restaurants from Austin and a few outdoor small malls all next to each other. I almost felt like home, but still enjoy eating at the local cuisine restaurants. Once the new Dickies Arena is built this hotel will be the closest and somewhat a walk, but can enjoy the nearby nightlife on the way home. I may have missed something so ask me a question if you want.
Better late than never, but I have to sing the praises of the entire staff at this hotel from the front desk to housekeeping to staff in the breakfast room. My son got married in The Fort and a majority of the wedding party/guests stayed at this hotel. Everyone was incredibly helpful from helping hand out welcome bags at check-in to making sure the hospitality suite had everything it needed. They were super friendly and I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a great place to stay in Fort Worth that is close to everything! Keep up the good work!
Stayed at the hotel for 4 nights in January, total of $850 including $8 per night parking. For $200 per night, we expected a superior place but it was not. We requested long in advance a top floor in a quiet location. At check in, they tried to give us a first floor and only offered a second floor as an alternative. Room was ok but a main light bulb in the kitchen was burned out and the bathroom fan didn't work. No luggage rack for suitcases. We had to tip a cleaning maid to find us two of them. Breakfast was poor: at the "included breakfast", no butter and they often ran out of coffee, the eggs were from a mix and were dried out and tasteless, etc, Have had better at a Super 8. BTW, it's on "Museum Way" but is 1.5 miles from museums.
- Close to Amon Carter Museum
- Free hot/cold buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Outdoor pool
Amon Carter Museum is within a mile (2 km) of Residence Inn by Marriott Fort Worth Cultural District, and other popular sites like Fort Worth Botanic Garden are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 3-star hotel has 149 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Fort Worth, the hotel is also near Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and Sundance Square.
Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. For a nice break, mingle with other guests at the free manager's reception.
All 149 air-conditioned rooms feature kitchens with refrigerators, microwaves, stovetops, and dishwashers. Guests can expect TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Sofa beds, coffee makers, and free local calls are other standard amenities.
Guests staying at Residence Inn by Marriott Fort Worth Cultural District enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. If you drive, self parking is USD 5 per day, and there's also a free area shuttle. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include an outdoor tennis court, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room.
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79.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 246 reviews