The Crescent Hotel, Fort Worth is set to open next month—marking the Cultural District’s first luxury property.
Owner John Goff envisions the Crescent Hotel, the latest addition to the Crescent Real Estate portfolio, as a hub where guests will enjoy a truly local experience. “From thoughtful on-property programming, culinary experiences, and partnerships with renowned local museums and attractions, to a curated art program inspired by international as well as local artists, the hotel experience will serve as Fort Worth’s living room—an extension of the inspired surrounding areas,” says Goff.
Located steps from Fort Worth cultural attractions like the Modern Art Museum, the Kimbell Art Museum, and the Dickies Arena, the five-story property, designed by OZ Architecture, seamlessly integrates into the neighborhood and echoes the city’s rich history, diversity, and distinctive character.
With interiors envisioned by Rottet Studio, the Crescent Hotel embraces the use of natural materials, with a harmonious blend of stone, wood, metal, concrete, and locally sourced brick to immerse guests with a tangible sense of place.
The property comprises 200 guestrooms, including 12 luxury suites. Each room embodies elegance and comfort, furnished with rich marble accents, refined décor, local artwork, mini bars, lounge seating, and spacious workstations.
Onsite F&B spaces include Emilia’s, a Mediterranean restaurant, and an extended fine dining offering at Blue Room at Emilia’s. Conceptualized by AvroKO Hospitality Group, the main dining room exudes a refreshing ambiance, serving as a suiting backdrop for executive chef Preston Paine’s cuisine. In the lobby, the Circle Bar effortlessly transitions from day to night, while the rooftop bar offers panoramic views of Fort Worth.