Whether traveling on business or leisure, treat yourself to the trip you deserve. Our Sundance Square hotel grants you the freedom to work, shop, relax, dine and be entertained in the heart of downtown Fort Worth. Make a reservation and start planning your adventures today!
Short Walk to Sundance Square
Retreat to Texas-style grandeur at Courtyard Fort Worth Downtown / Blackstone, minutes away from Sundance Square.
Housed in a historic building from 1929, our hotel features modern amenities for an unrivaled stay. Begin your visit with us by enjoying our paramount location near Sundance Square. Experience the stay you deserve at Courtyard Fort Worth Downtown/Blackstone.
Sundance Square was established in the late 1970s starting the transformation of downtown Fort Worth. Paying homage to Fort Worth's past, they named the entire area after the Sundance Kid, who with his more famous partner, Butch Cassidy, often visited Fort Worth.
In developing Sundance Square, major efforts were made to preserve the historical integrity of downtown Fort Worth, from the vintage bricks on Main Street to the careful restoration of structures built in the early 20th century. Developers also made sure that the area was friendly to pedestrians through generous sidewalks and storefronts facing the street.
A PLACE FOR EVERYONE
In the heart of Fort Worth, you will find Sundance Square. Covering 36 blocks of downtown Fort Worth, Sundance Square includes a wide range of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues.
Find multiple live theaters, live music, comedy clubs, museums and the renowned, Bass Performance Hall. The Bass Performance Hall hosts performances by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Opera, the Texas Ballet, as well as touring Broadway shows.
Alongside arts & entertainment, it is easy to find places to eat and shop. Sundance Square includes more than 30 places to dine, from upscale restaurants like Del Frisco's Grille, Waters, Reata and Istanbul Grill to more casual fare like Riscky's Barbecue, Five Guys Burgers and Fries and Razzoo's Cajun Café. Shoppers can choose from national stores like H&M, Overland Sheepskin Company and White House Black Market or locally owned boutiques like Willow House and Yours Truly.
Sundance Square is truly a place for everyone.
Things To Do
Sundance Square includes more than 30 places to dine, from upscale restaurants like Del Frisco's Grille, Waters, Reata and Istanbul Grill to more casual fare like Riscky's Barbecue, Yolk and Razzoo's Cajun Café. Sundance Square is always fun, but the party really gets started at night! Looking to get out? Explore our incredible nightlife options below.
- Bass Performance Hall
- Hyena's Comedy Club
- Scat Jazz Lounge
Shoppers can choose from national stores like H&M, Overland Sheepskin Company and White House Black Market or locally owned boutiques like Willow House and Yours Truly.
TEXRail is a new 27-mile commuter rail line that will extend from downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport's Terminal B.
Molly the Trolley is a vintage-style trolley that offers quick and convenient travel throughout the downtown area.The Downtown Get Around. This route runs between the Fort Worth Convention Center and Sundance Square, and makes stops near downtown hotels, landmarks, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues. Molly runs every 10-15 minutes, 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.