Design-Driven 16-Story AC Hotel Opens in Downtown Fort Worth

Jackson-Shaw, a national real estate development company headquartered in North Texas, today announced that the 252-room, 16-story AC Hotel Fort Worth is now open. The first AC Hotels by Marriott® to debut in Tarrant County, the highly anticipated property is owned and developed by Jackson-Shaw and managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts. It is located 101 West 5th Street near Sundance Square on the southwest corner of Main and Fifth Street.

The hotel features gallery-like art installations, a library, serene outdoor space and a bar that can also function as unconventional workspaces. As well, the hotel offers sophisticated modern guest rooms, sleek furnishings and intuitive technology elements. It is a blend of comfort and culture to deliver a ‘Perfectly Precise Hotel’ that strikes the exact balance of details that guests want and the services they need.

AC Hotel Fort Worth also features the AC Lounge, a communal space of inventiveness that showcases a full bar serving local beers and hand-crafted cocktails, along with tapa-inspired small plates. The property provides a European-style breakfast, a 24-hour purposely designed wellness center, and the added amenity of an independent coffee shop on the first floor scheduled to open later this year. The AC hotel experience provides purposeful collaboration by day and social essentials by night.

AC Hotel Fort Worth is led by a superb leadership team, including General Manager Aaron R. Oquendo and Director of Sales and Marketing Jillian Lehmann.

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