Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth began as a small trading post at the end of the Chisholm Trail serving cowboys and drovers before they headed back east. It's now the 5th largest city in Texas, and welcomes more than 8 million visitors a year.
The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel is a 4-star hotel located in downtown Fort Worth. The hotel features its own southwestern restaurant, Vidalias, as well as BarWired, an internet cafe, bar, and lounge, where you can sip your Starbucks coffee while catching up on your emails. The hotel also boasts a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor pool, a whirlpool, and more.
The hotel is also located only a block away from Sundance Square, a lively plaza filled with boutiques, restaurants, and a variety of entertainment options.
Booking your Stay
The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel offers a discounted group rate to AABC Birth Institute Registrants.
$179.00 - Single/Double
Click here to book online OR call 1 (800) 468-3571 and mention the American Association of Birth Centers and the conference dates to get the group rate.
Be sure to book by September 10, 2018 to be guaranteed the rate.
Getting to the Hotel
The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel is located just 24 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and 33 miles from the Dallas Love Field (DAL).
Discounted parking is available in the hotel garage for conference registrants.
An additional $6 is charged for valet services.
$60 typical taxi fare from DFW to downtown Fort Worth.
$75 typical taxi fare from DAL to downtown Fort Worth.
Uber & Lyft
$35 (average) to DFW from Worthington via Uber or Lyft
$43 (average) to DAL from Worthington via Uber or Lyft
Inexpensive Alternative from DFW
The TRE (Trinity Railway Express, $2.50 one way) is the train that runs from Fort Worth to Dallas. You can access it from the airport, but you will have to catch a shuttle from the airport to the nearest TRE station (10 minutes away is Centreport Station), board the train, then exit at T&P Station in downtown Fort Worth. From there you can walk to the nearest Molly the Trolley stop (no fare required) during running hours to transfer to the Worthington Renaissance OR take a short 16 minute (.8 mile) walk to the hotel OR catch an Uber or Lyft.