Ratings based on 40 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Daryl from Sacramento, CA
Slip into the past, while enjoying the presentPosted Oct 14, 2013
Pros: Expedia on line.
Cons: Given the fact grounds are the size they are, off street parking is a little dicey. But it is a reasonable situation if you are careful.
Location: Only a couple of blocks from restaurant and bars. The downtown is about a couple of miles away on surface streets.
Looked for a place near the convention center but not a soulless hotel. The Rosen, sits in a residential neighborhood, but close to the streets that lead to downtown. The Rosen Bed and Breakfast allows you to see the past without giving up the essentials we have come to expect. All the essential conveniences in a historical setting. Comfortable bed and climate control with an outstanding breakfast. Lots of period (turn of the 20th Century) items in the room and common area where you can imagine how folks from that time lived during their travels. The house has many (but not too many) rooms with folks setting at the same large table for breakfast. You may even hear a ghost story or two. I suppose it is possible to find a more hospitable host, but I doubt it.
for Couplesby Jeremy from Sanger
Great experience!!!!!!!!Posted Aug 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
I can't say enough about the Rosen Inn. Very helpful and a great experience. My wife and I are already planning another stay.
for Couplesby Sarah from Granbury,TX
Amazing B&BPosted Aug 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
Don't let the neighborhood worry you. This was bar far one of the best B&B's we have stayed in! Very convenient location for everything in Fort Worth, comfy bed, and amazing hostess!!! We will be staying here again. Also fully gated property and parking.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Rosen House InnPosted Aug 14, 2013
Pros: The service and the proprietors' personalities.
Cons: Small structural improvements could diminish noises and removing some items from the room we occupied could give it a less cluttered feeling.
Location: The location was excellent, in reasonable distant of the Fort Worth Botanical Garden, Amon Carter museum, and other attractions.
The Inn owner and her associate are very pleasant, helpful, people, who are dedicated to providing excellent service. Breakfast was very good and the conversation entertaining. The condition of the room, given the age of the Inn was not unacceptable; however, the fan made a noise at the speed set by Inn staff, although it ceased, when lowered; the hot water spigot made a very loud noise, when you turned it on/off; and, although nicely decorated, there was a feeling of too many items in the room; for example, the make-up table was so covered with knick-knacks that you had to move them to make room for your belongings; and the armoire was too short to accommodate a long hang-up. While I do not believe we will return to the Inn, I would recommend it to others.
for Couplesby Graham from Dallas
Great Ft Worth relaxin getawayPosted Jul 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very nice B&B, even better in person than online
for Couplesby A verified traveler
A true diamond in the roughPosted Jul 22, 2013
Pros: Charm, history, breakfast
Cons: Nothing that could be improved upon by owner
Location: Zoo, botanical garden, TCU, wineries
House is beautiful, well decorated and has an interesting history. The breakfast was great and there was plenty to eat. The reasons I didn't give it all 5's are as follows; rooms on the smallish side, but that is really to be expected in a house this old - when I refer to a diamond in the rough, the neighborhood is coming back from urban decay, and while I was not concerned for my safety, the other houses in the area were not nearly as nice as this one - lastly, it took me a couple of nights to get the room at a comfortable temperature. That may be due to my being an idiot, but I thought it worth mentioning. I will definitely go back to Rosen House if staying in the Fort Worth area.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
A destination all its own.Posted Jul 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
After traveling in Europe I have made it a point to find places to stay in the travels that are unique. The Rosen House fits that bill. We stayed in the Fort Worth room, and it was perfect for a night get away. They have a pool that was not listed on the amenities that looked very nice, and they have a gated parking. The ownership was very nice, and breakfast was great. I would recommend anyone to stay at the Rosen House.
Recommendedby Tamara from Austin
Great Stay!Posted Jul 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Everything about this place was great. Nice hosts, nice room, good food, good parking, and lots of special touches like a bottle of wine, cookies when we entered...even the bed was unbelievably comfortable. I would stay here again in a heart beat. Fort Worth was very enjoyable too- good museums and steak!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Matt from Houston
Nice folks; awesome historical homePosted Jun 29, 2013
Pros: The pool
Cons: Per my son: he'd like to see waffles on the menu
Location: Located in a historic area of Ft Worth. Not much to do in the immediate area
Great bed and breakfast in Ft Worth. Friendly owners. Just the right amount of interaction without being annoying. Good breakfast - croissant french toast was just OK; the bacon was magical. Really cool historic home with a lot of interesting antiques, creaky wood floors and comfortable beds The pool was great - after a day of driving it was really refreshing.