Hotel & Location

Anime North Texas is will be at the Hilton Fort Worth, cutoff for reservations is OCTOBER 21, 2016.book-online-now-button


The Hotel Texas in Fort Worth, Texas from a Southern vantage. NRHP Ref 79003011.TEL: +1-817-870-2100 FAX: +1-817-882-1300


Convention Room Rate $119
Cut Off Date to book reservations 10/19/2016


Hilton Fort Worth is a hotel of key American importance and is now a nationally registered historical landmark. After his final night here on November 21, 1963, 35th President John F Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline spent breakfast in the Crystal Ballroom, with President Kennedy making what would turn out to be his final address to 2,000 visitors.

You can book the Crystal Ballroom for your social or corporate function and write your own history in its 12,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Relax in your guest room with a 42-inch flat-screen HDTV. Treat yourself to extras such as complimentary continental breakfast and hors d’oeuvres in the Concierge Lounge of our Executive Floor when you upgrade to an executive-level room.

Enjoy your favorites in the Hilton Fort Worth’s onsite Ruth’s Chris Steak House, open for dinner seven nights a week. Café Texas has become a local institution for breakfast and lunch with elaborate buffets and southwestern specialties. The hotel also hosts Starbucks®, with coffee and snacks for you to relax with or grab to go. Work out in the fitness center anytime and enjoy business center facilities. Hilton Fort Worth is a family- and pet-friendly hotel.

The Hilton Fort Worth hotel’s location in the heart of downtown Fort Worth puts it in the middle of great architecture, art and popular attractions. Downtown’s mixture of cowboy culture and urban sophistication makes it an exciting place to be, with many restaurants and bars in the area. Ft. Worth, named the ‘Number 1 Best Downtown 2014’ by Livability.com, offers longhorns parading through the streets of the Stockyards and top shows at Bass Performance Hall.

History has found a home at Hilton Fort Worth. The hotel’s legacy spans from the 1920s, when this cattle town found itself awash in a new kind of wealth – oil, to 1963, when President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline had breakfast in the Crystal Ballroom. Once billed as ‘the South’s Greatest Lobby’, Hilton Fort Worth has transformed into the city’s finest accommodations.