Inn at The Club

Revive. Rethink. Revisit.

Inn History

In 1926, The Fort Worth Club erected a grand, 12-story high-rise at Throckmorton and Seventh streets, featuring apartment suites for prominent members. Club President Amon G. Carter hosted many prestigious guests at the new building in his personal quarters, including President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Bob Hope, Gene Autrey, war hero J.D. Doolittle, lords and ladies of London, sports figures and more. The new Fort Worth Club became the social epicenter of Fort Worth.

Providing a "home away from home"

Today the suites have evolved into 21 boutique guest rooms. Catering to members, Club tenants, corporate groups, wedding parties, or those looking for convenient overnight accommodations in beautiful downtown Fort Worth, the Inn at the Club serves as a "home away from home" for guests from around the world.