Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa

1701 Commerce St. - 1974; 1980; 2008 (UC)

Fort Worth Plaza Hotel
Ramada Plaza Hotel
Hilton Inn Fort Worth

The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa features two 12 story towers that were constructed in 1974 and 1980. The hotel is situated across from the Fort Worth Water Gardens.  When it first opened, the hotel was branded as a Hilton Inn, but later as a Ramada Plaza Hotel, and most recently as the Fort Worth Plaza Hotel.  The hotel closed in early 2006 for renovations.   The building is currently under renovation to be upgraded and remodeled, including a new facade and interiors.  

The Sheraton Fort Worth Hotel and Spa, located on the property that formerly housed the Fort Worth Plaza Hotel at the intersection of Commerce and Lancaster streets downtown, is undergoing a $46 million transformation. When completed, it will feature 430 guest rooms with 32 inch flat panel HD TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, 24 hour room service, 22,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space and a business center with wireless connectivity, two on-site restaurants, and an 8,000 square foot full-service luxury spa and fitness center featuring a yoga and Pilates studio and treatment rooms.

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