Crowne Plaza Fort Worth South Opens After Conversion and Renovations

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    IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) has announced the Dec. 1 opening of the Crowne Plaza Fort Worth South, following a conversion from a Radisson Hotel that included an initial $1 million renovation with upgrades throughout the six-story conference hotel. The Crowne Plaza Fort Worth South has 247 guest rooms including six suites with king bedrooms, separate parlor areas and Jacuzzi bathtubs. Guests can take advantage of a variety of amenities including a heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi and fitness center. They can also enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Aryana Restaurant or head to The Lobby Bar for weekday drink specials, food or snacks. Room service is also available. Other amenities include onsite complimentary parking, daily newspapers, front-desk safety deposit boxes and valet laundry services.

    The hotel features more than 14,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, which can accommodate more than 1,000 guests. The space can be configured into as many as 14 conference rooms to accommodate smaller meetings. Business travelers can take advantage of complimentary wireless Internet service throughout the hotel as well as a business center accessible 24 hours a day.

    The only Crowne Plaza in the Fort Worth area, the hotel is located at the intersection of Interstate 35W and Altamesa East Boulevard and is 30 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. It is also conveniently located within six miles of downtown Fort Worth and from Texas Christian University. Nearby businesses include Alcon Laboratories one block away, the Miller/Coors brewery just three blocks away, and a Halliburton training facility just a mile away.

    In addition, the Crowne Plaza Fort Worth South – the only full-service high-rise hotel South and West of Fort Worth – is just 10 miles from a Lockheed Martin Corporation facility, 10 miles from the Fort Worth Naval Air Station and just three miles from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

    Daniel Fountain / 30.11.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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