Upon arrival, I could tell the Ashton was once a grand hotel. Check in went smoothly and the bellmen were helpful. The room lacked storage space, the carpet was worn, and the room felt dingy. You can't beat the location and I like the quaintness of the hotel but they need to update the room decor. Housekeeping could also improve.
Traveller from Minneapolis, MN
Located in Downtown Fort Worth, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Jubilee Theatre, Bass Performance Hall, and …More
Sundance Square is downtown Fort Worth’s signature destination. Here, visitors can shop, dine, and sleep in historic buildings in a 14-block area. One of the city’s gems, though, opened only in 2001. Despite its age, the Bass Performance Hall was built to match its old-time surroundings. Two 48-foot angels guard the main entrance. The Fort Worth Convention Center lies at the foot of Main Street.