In just two days, downtown Fort Worth will be getting a new Autograph Collection property, The Sinclair.
Originally home to the Sinclair Oil Company in the 1930s, The Sinclair’s interiors, guestrooms and corridors were restored to represent the property’s original Art Deco style with deep-blue and rich-brown hues. The finished hotel couples the Art Deco style of the Gilded Age with contemporary, cutting-edge technology.
The Texas property features a range of 164 deco pop, loft-style rooms and suites, as well as a 2-story penthouse. Guestrooms offer innovative amenities such as Kohler DTW + digital showers, Savvy electric touchscreen mirrors that can order room service and custom LG 8K Wallpaper TVS. There’s also an in-room network presence sensing technology, which automates and customizes the in-room experience including lighting, shades, locks and mirrors.
It’s also the world’s first battery-powered hotel with its replacement of a traditional diesel generator and backup power source with a lithium ion battery pack, the LG ESS. The Sinclair also offers an in-house Podcast Booth to guests and the public for resident and on-the-go recording.
Located just steps from Sundance Square—the city’s premier entertainment, dining, shopping and residential district—The Sinclair is easly accessible to the Bass Performance Hall, The Sid Richardson Museum and Fort Worth Convention Center.
The hotel’s three food & beverage concepts from locally based DRG Concepts, The Wicked Butcher, Lobby Bar and 512 Rooftop, are slated to debut in January 2020.
Rates at The Sinclair begin at $341 per night. For more information, visit thesinclairhotel.com.