A new Fairfield Inn & Suites Fort Worth Downtown is scheduled to open Thursday, the first of seven planned hotels in the city’s downtown area.
A new Fairfield Inn & Suites Fort Worth Downtown is scheduled to open Thursday, the first of seven planned hotels in the city’s downtown area. Steve Kaskovich skaskovich@star-telegram.com
A new Fairfield Inn & Suites Fort Worth Downtown is scheduled to open Thursday, the first of seven planned hotels in the city’s downtown area. Steve Kaskovich skaskovich@star-telegram.com

First of seven new hotels set to open in downtown Fort Worth

October 09, 2017 11:32 AM

UPDATED October 10, 2017 10:04 AM

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