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Shopping Center
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Krayevedcheskiy Muzey
0.49km
Museum of Local Lore
0.51km
Tsum
0.71km
Svobodnensky Local History Museum named after N.I. Popova
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Siluet
0.82km
Passazh
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Passage shopping center, furniture Alphabet
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Lokomotiv
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520 East Samuels Avenue, Pincode- 76102, Fort Worth, Usa
"Fort Worth offers pet-friendly accommodation in Fort Worth, 1.5 km from Fort Worth Convention Center. The air-conditioned unit is 3.3 km from Stockyards Rodeo. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. The unit is fitted with a kitchen. Towels and bed linen are offered in this apartment. Stockyards Museum is 3.3 km from Fort Worth, while Fort Worth Stockyards is 3.4 km from the property. The nearest airport is Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, 31 km from Fort Worth."

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3.9/5102 Reviews
Fort Worth|0.4km from downtown
Lulu was very helpful and accommodating in with a issue that occurred in suite rooms 704 air conditioning and sink in which she came very quickly to resolve the issues There was a language difference but she was provided great customer service
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4.5/5Excellent100 Reviews
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Attractively located in Fort Worth, The Ashton Hotel features air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a shared lounge. This hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk. Guests can enjoy American dishes at the restaurant or have a cocktail at the bar. The hotel also provides a business centre and guests can use the on-site ATM machine at The Ashton Hotel. Fort Worth Convention Center is 700 metres from the accommodation, while Dickies Arena is 5.1 km from the property. The nearest airport is Fort Worth Alliance Airport, 26 km from The Ashton Hotel.
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4.3/5Excellent102 Reviews
Fort Worth|0.17km from downtown
Wow! As the father of the bride for my first-born daughter & her fiancé we researched long & hard for a hotel that could handle our out of town guests to give them an authentic Texas experience. After evaluating different options we chose the Historic Sinclair Building Fort Worth from Marriott Autograph collection. Sinclair is a renovated office building that Sinclair Oil used to operate from and is just steps away from Sundance Square. Marriott has touches throughout the building that tributes its storied history. Sinclair has combined the authenticity of the past with cutting edge technology. The bathroom mirror had apps inside the mirror for the weather, news, & music etc. The bathroom also had lighting that could change colors and moods. The curtains could be closed with the touch of a button so you can fall in asleep in the absolutely amazingly comfortable bed. While all that was more than wonderful the real magic happened with the service- starting with sales leader Courtney Towson & GM Tammy Vallejo. They invited us to lunch to learn about our event and provided top notch solutions from putting gift bags in guest’s room, private check in line, and a complete staff of can-do attitudes. Courtney even came in on Saturday to check in on us. She opened up roof top bar for bride/groom first looks. After the wedding we came back to a bottle of wine and handwritten note of congratulations from Courtney. Magical day, Magical Property, Magical Location, Magical Service!!!
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4.2/5Very Good103 Reviews
Fort Worth|0.18km from downtown
Had a blast. Everything was located downtown and within walking distance. The valet drivers was wonderful and very helpful. The staff was wonderful also. Whenever we needed anything, they brought it within 5 minutes or less. My only negative was there was no phone in the room to actually call the front office or housekeeping. I will definitely be back.
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4.7/5Outstanding100 Reviews
Fort Worth|3.79km from downtown
Inspired by the past, our goal is simple – we harness the West's true spirit to create a new legacy for the Fort Worth Stockyards. Located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, Hotel Drover, Autograph Collection stands is found where simple pleasures and one-of-a-kind experiences blend effortlessly into extraordinary memories. On the trail or in the stockyards, drovers lived by a code that was all their own: a principle of honor, dignity and respectability. We invite travelers from near and far to experience genuine Texas hospitality at Hotel Drover. It is a destination of discovery where a storied past merges seamlessly with modern comfort and convenience. So dust off your boots, hang your hat and stay awhile at our hotel in Fort Worth.
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3.8/5101 Reviews
Fort Worth|7.77km from downtown
Check-in was fast. Was advised to use a side door entrance close to elevator, however no ramp, so can't use luggage cart at that entrance. Room was clean but had strange smell - old and musty. Main problem was the shower. The pull switch that controls water from the spout to the shower was broken and stuck in a way that 80% of water went into the bath tub and 20% to the shower head. The water pressure was so high in the tub portion that it kept the drain plug, which can't be removed, firmly down. I took a 3 minutes shower and the tub had at least 8 inches of soapy water. We asked and were moved to another room. However packing and unpacking at 12 midnight after a 750 Mile drive was not something I wanted to do. Except for the lobby, hotel is run down. Hallway walls and most of the doors are all scratched up. Bathrooms are from the early 90s. Location is good, but the hotel needs major renovations. I would rate the hotel at the most 2 stars.
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4.2/5Very Good104 Reviews
Fort Worth|9.59km from downtown
Check-in went smooth. The trouble started when my wife and I returned from moving our daughter into her apartment. It was about 10:00 pm and right across from our room there were several people in one room with the door open yelling and screaming at each other. I stepped out in the hallway and asked if they would take their fight somewhere else. One lady told me that the Fort Worth Police Department was on the way. I went to the front desk and the lady was on the phone to the police. The police came and after at least one hour the problem seemed to be solved But, I was wrong. I spoke to a lady who told me that her husband’s truck was broken into and she was changing hotel asap. The noise continued all night. Even the next morning when we were checking out some of the same group were yelling and screaming at each other. When I complained I was told there was nothing that could be done. I asked why they checked that many people into one room and just got an excuse. There are much safer and better hotels in Fort Worth.
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4.3/5Excellent101 Reviews
Fort Worth|0.25km from downtown
I didn't meet a single staff member that wasn't a treat. I was staying here for my second week from Japan, Bruce among other was not only extremely helpful and professional but him, amongst others were some of the most nicest and accommodating staff that I have ever had the pleasure of encountering. After a week of international travel the staff was an absolute delight. This is the place to stay if you're in Dallas. We held two separate rooms for this trip and both are nice and spacious with a lovely atmosphere. This location, along with its staff are a hard recommend and this is coming from someone that is used to 5 star hotels in Japan. Cannot wait to visit Dallas again
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3/5102 Reviews
Fort Worth|11.9km from downtown
What. A. Dump. If I could give ZERO rating I would. I think it’s a stretch to call this place a Hotel. Starting with the mess outside -overflowing dumpsters, and trash everywhere. I ruined a $200 tire with a large bolt I picked up in the parking lot. The whole building smells funky. From ****, to stale air, to burnt food cooking somewhere - awful. “Breakfast” consisted of coffee, instant oatmeal packets, and some snack bars. Whoever does their marketing has a sense of humor. In the room was no better. Roaches climbing around in the tub. Even found one on the bed. Bathtub faucet wouldn’t shut off completely no matter how hard I turned it closed, so water ran the whole time, leaving musty damp smell. Main Door to room looked like it had been kicked open at some point, and sloppily re-fastened, making it a challenge to close it each time. Various dents and spackled holes everywhere. The clothes iron had something stuck to it and appeared to have been used to heat some sort of food item. Police were called to the lobby for some sort of disturbance while I was there, and it appeared that many of the people staying here were in fact residents, not hotel guests. I was told by an employee that one ‘guest’ had in fact been there for 13 years. Change the name to Extended Stay Boarding House. And if you’re thinking of staying here, do yourself a favor and DON’T.
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4.3/5Excellent103 Reviews
Fort Worth|7.88km from downtown
Avoid this hotel! Our room was gross on arrival. The smell was the worse. The first room, our bathtub was full of hair and a dirty bath cloth. Something very nasty was smeared across the wall above the trash, and the air did not cool. We asked for another room and were moved. The second room was clean but still had a foul smell. The closet shelf/pole fell on my son. They came much later and fixed only for it to fall again. Our toilet handle broke and it took 2 days to fix it. We had to call the corporate office to get someone in the room to fix the toilet. The front desk would not address it. The advertised shuttle was not running. The bar was fully open, but the advertised restaurant was closed because the cook did not show for 2 nights. (Pretty sure that was against the state health departments mandate). We had several friends in different rooms with other issues. The coffee makers not working, tv not working, refrigerator not cooling etc. To top our bad experience off... at checkout the bill had so many extra charges that we are still disputing that it doubled our cost. We have called for a week and cannot get a manager, and are told he is the only one that can help us. I have finally called the corporate office again and waiting a response. I disputed the charges at check out also, but was told then there was not manager on-site and the front desk could not fix it.
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3.3/5100 Reviews
Fort Worth|4.07km from downtown
This Extended Stay America - Fort Worth - Medical Center is located in Fort Worth and especially designed for longer stays, with all rooms featuring a fully equipped kitchen. The hotel offers free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Every kitchen at Extended Stay America - Fort Worth is equipped with a stovetop, microwave and a fridge. The hotel also provides guests with laundry, ironing facilities and upgraded bedding with extra pillows. The property offers free onsite parking and free local phone calls. A free grab-and-go breakfast is available. Attractions within close proximity to the hotel include the University Village , the Ridgmar Mall and the Montgomery Plaza .
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2.6/5103 Reviews
Fort Worth|10.8km from downtown
It was a very spacious room. That's the biggest plus to it. The staff is pretty friendly. The location is right by quick trip so it is pretty convient. Only negative thing was there needed to be new light bulbs in the closet because you can't see anything if u put stuff in there.
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4.7/5Outstanding101 Reviews
Fort Worth|3.84km from downtown
Stayed here while visiting Texas Christian on a college visit. While we were extremely disappointed with the college we enjoyed our stay here very much. Our room was very clean, spacious and well appointed. The modern decor is crisp and refreshing. While the staff definitely looked busy and overworked they were generally accommodating. One of the valet men was quite rude though lol oh well he must’ve been having a bad day.
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4/5Very Good102 Reviews
Fort Worth|3.29km from downtown
September 2022, I checked into the Country Inn and Suites by Radisson in Fort Worth, Texas along with my daughter and 10-year-old granddaughter. On the second night while at the pool there was some activity on the second floor in the window directly above us. A middle aged man approached the window, turned around dropped his shorts and bared himself to us all. The pool is very close to the hotel. My ten-year-old granddaughter saw all of him. ALL of him. To say the least we were all upset. We immediately left the pool, and I went to the front desk to report the incident. Much to my surprise there was not a manager available and would not be available until the next morning. It was not option to even call management, I asked. An employee did have me go outside with him to point out the window. The people in the room heard us at the pool level and quickly closed the drapes. The window was still open. The employees told me the only thing they could do was tell me to call the police. I don’t understand why they could not and would not at the very least inform the people in this room there was a child in the pool. To make things worse that room was on the same hall as ours. Maybe 4 to 6 doors down. The next morning when I went down to speak to the manager, I was informed that there was no manager on the weekends. I was again told my only option was to call the police. When I asked if they could tell me if that room had checked out, they were not allowed to tell me that either. So based on that information we did not use any of the public areas of the hotel the rest of our stay, including the pool or have breakfasts. The hotel no longer felt safe not knowing if we would see this man in the halls, lobby, pool or breakfast areas. On our third and final night of our stay the fire alarms went off in the middle of the evening. When I went down to the front desk to see what was going on, I was informed along with another customer, that an EX-employee set off the fire alarm just to cause trouble. How was an ex-employee able to set off a fire alarm? What else does this ex-employee has access too? What else would he do the cause problems? Between the pervert and disgruntled ex-employee, I did not sleep very well. This location has several major safety concerns. I felt far from safe on so many levels. Not one time was I asked if there was anything I needed. I was told the manager would be informed of my concerns, but I was not asked what my name was or what room I was in. No one really cared. I booked this hotel based on the Raddison name, but we could not get out of this hotel fast enough. So disappointed.
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4.4/5Excellent100 Reviews
Fort Worth|0.19km from downtown
A historic fixture on the downtown landscape, The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel offers contemporary comfort near celebrated attractions. Explore top sights from our downtown Fort Worth hotel, including the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth Stockyards and Texas Christian University. Ignite your senses with delectable dishes and innovative cocktails at Toro Toro, our restaurant headed by world-renowned Chef Richard Sandoval. Achieve more than you ever thought possible in 53,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space with expert planning services and custom catering. After a day of business or sightseeing, recharge in our gym or enjoy a dip in our sparkling indoor pool. Afterward, retreat to guest rooms with high ceilings, plush bedding and a large work desk. Upgrade to a suite for a large living space, plus a balcony or terrace with views of downtown Fort Worth. Whether you're here for work or pleasure, our Sundance Square hotel is the ideal home base for your visit to Ft. Worth, TX.
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