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Fort Worth Texas has a population of 682,000. In the last five years, several new hotels have opened, while others have renovated to serve visitors to the 17th largest city in the USA.

Renovated Fort Worth hotels

The former Radisson Plaza Fort Worth, located downtown adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center, is now the Hilton Fort Worth. The 13-story historic hotel was built in 1921. It has completed a $10.5 million renovation to its 294 guest rooms and suites, public areas and meeting spaces. A JFK Suite and a photography display honor President John F. Kennedy, who spent his last night at the hotel in 1963.

Twin hotels, Radisson Hotel Fort Worth North and Radisson Hotel Fort Worth South are located north and south on I-35W. Formerly Holiday Inns, a $12 million renovation redesigned the landscaping, 247 rooms, restaurant, bar, and more than 12,000-square-feet of conference space in each property. Upscale guest room and business amenities target corporate travelers.

Courtyard by Marriott-Downtown Blackstone has finished a $1.7 million renovation of the hotel's 203 guest rooms, meeting and public spaces. When it opened in 1929, it was the city's first skyscraper. U.S. presidents, from Harry Truman to Richard Nixon, have visited this historic Fort Worth hotel.

Ashton Hotel is located downtown on Main Street, in the original 1915 Fort Worth Club and adjoining annex, dating back to 1890. A member of "Small Luxury Hotels of the World," the renovated hotel has 39 guest rooms and suites, a contemporary restaurant, piano bar, afternoon tea service and meeting space.

Doral Tesoro Hotel & Golf Club, across from Texas Motor Speedway, 15 miles from downtown Fort Worth, is located next to a new championship golf course. Formerly the Westin Beechwood, the hotel has 286 newly renovated rooms, a full-service, luxury hotel and conference center with 22,000 square feet of meeting and event space and a 9,000-square-foot ballroom. Renaissance Worthington Hotel spent $6 million to enhance the hotel's conference space. In late 2004, the 504 guest rooms and suites and public spaces underwent an $8 million renovation.

New Fort Worth hotels

Embassy Suites Fort Worth, the former Clarion Hotel in the downtown entertainment district of Fort Worth, opened in 2007. Located next to the Bass Performance Hall and Sundance Square, the hotel features 156 two-room suites, more than 6,000 square feet of event function space and a sixth-floor atrium.

Sheraton Hotel and Spa, the former Plaza Hotel Fort Worth, also opened in 2007 near the Fort Worth Convention Center. Presidio Hotel Group completed $46 million in renovations to the hotel's two 12-story towers, 434 guest rooms and suites, public areas, meeting spaces, spa and restaurants.

Fort Worth Convention Center hotel

Omni Fort Worth Hotel, a 608-room first-class property, is located adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center. The $115 million, 38-story hotel has 48,000 square feet of meeting space, two restaurants, two ballrooms and 97 condominiums on top of the hotel. The convention center headquarter hotel complement the $75 million renovation and expansion at the Fort Worth Convention Center.