Bowie House, Auberge Resorts Collection, has recently opened as an urban retreat in the heart of Fort Worth’s cultural district. Surrounded by an array of museums, restaurants, and retail shops, the luxury hotel is located in a building on the 30-block promenade along Camp Bowie Boulevard and offers a walkable experience of the Western culture and history in the area.
The four-story boutique hotel offers 106 rooms, comprising 88 rooms and 18 suites, including a sprawling 2,250-square-foot signature suite. Each guest room is designed with distinct local style, adorned with art and artifacts handpicked from Texas’ prominent artists and artisans, personalized bar carts, and lounge spaces. Suites include a freestanding bathtub and fireplace. Design and architectural firm BOKA Powell created elements throughout the property that echo Fort Worth’s distinct Western allure and refinement, bringing hat racks, boot benches, and boot jacks to the lobby and social areas. Embracing rich, traditional Texan finishes like leather-wrapped furniture and Spanish architectural influences, the design includes curated furniture and decor by Jo Ellard, president of Bowie Place Properties, to give the space a personal touch.
A columned lobby leads to dining options that include a signature restaurant overlooking a private garden, a lobby bar and lounge, and a terrace bar. For private social gatherings, a billiards room, lacquered library, and fireplace lounge all offer inspiring surroundings. For meetings, 10,000 square feet across seven meeting spaces includes the Silverton Room, a ballroom for up to 530 guests. Chef-created menus range from plated gourmet meals to Texas-style outdoor barbecues. Amenities include a boutique, spa, fitness center, and an outdoor pool and bar. The hotel’s gardens offer dining space and pergola conversation areas, along with fire pits, fireplaces, and water features.
Bowie House is now accepting reservations and opens at the beginning of December.