Introducing: Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection

Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection, is accepting reservations ahead of its debut in Fort Worth, TX, on December 1. In all, there will be 88 Studios, 12 Lofts and six Suites, several of which offer balconies, with views over either the Cultural District or courtyard gardens.

In-room amenities include hat racks, boot benches, customizable boot shines and bath rituals. The spacious Lofts have lounge areas and bathrooms with marble vanities and soaking tubs. The Suites offer dedicated sleeping, living and dining spaces. The three-room Goodnight Suite, with its dining room for eight and bird’s-eye views of the Cultural District, is the property’s signature suite.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Bricks and Horses is the hotel’s signature restaurant; it opens onto The Garden, the hotel’s urban courtyard, with large and small social spaces to enjoy shareable bites and entertainment. Artful cocktails, a range of whiskeys and all-day bites can be enjoyed at The Bar at Bowie House. The hotel’s tree-lined pool terrace is home to Whinny’s, with its menu of snacks, salads, ice cream sandwiches and frozen drinks.

Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection
Goodnight Suite (Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection )

The Billet Room is the hotel’s game room, while The Mulberry Room is the library. Ash, the hotel’s spa, offers private access to the pool deck. It has five treatment rooms, a sauna and steam room, a fitness center, nail studio, boutique and relaxation lounge. Experiences include water dancing, synergistic skin treatments, infrared therapy, non-sleep deep rest massage and made-to-measure apothecary, alongside daily fitness classes and a program of visiting wellness specialists.

Anchoring a 30-block promenade of museums and restaurants just steps from the Will Rogers Memorial Center, the hotel is located 35 minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Nearby attractions include the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; the Kimbell Art Museum, home to a collection by masters such as Picasso and Monet; the National Cowgirl Museum; and the Fort Worth Stockyards, complete with saloons, cattle drives, dance halls and more.

Good to know: Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection offers over 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space across seven venues, with the largest accommodating up to 400 guests.

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