About the Hotel
ABOUT Etta's Place
The namesake of the Sundance Kid's enigmatic Texas girlfriend, Etta's Place provides a hideout even the Wild Bunch would be proud of -- in the heart of the action, yet hidden away with views of the square for quick getaways. Perched on the second floor of the landmark building housing Reata Restaurant, Etta's Place captures the feel of a southern home and a prestigious private club. With just ten guest quarters and suites, the Inn caters to discriminating travelers preferring persona service, privacy, well-appointed accommodations and the best location in the city.
The furnishing is unmistakably Texan, with antiques, artwork, and accessories gathered from around the Lone Star State. To wash away the trail dust, spacious bathrooms are featured in each guest room. All of the rooms are outfitted with flat-screen cable televisions, in-room voice mail telephones, and high-speed wireless internet.
A full complimentary breakfast is served each morning in a beautiful sun-filled dining room or it's adjacent open-air patio. To ensure your comfort, additional services are also available, including flowers and massage. A sure treat for road-weary travelers is a romantic getaway package for two.
Guests at Etta's Place are treated like honored family friends. Preferences are noted, names are remembered and a friendly smile welcomes you back time after time. Genuine southern hospitality in the city that perfected it more than a century ago.
ABOUT FORT WORTH
At the turn of the 20th century, Fort Worth was the illustrious gateway to the Wild, Wild West - a hospitable place to cool your heels and enjoy a final taste of civilization before driving cattle through Indian Territory on the Chisholm Trail to Montana. Gambling parlors, saloons, dance halls and boarding houses provided the backdrop for raucous good times strewn with the occasional shoot-'em-up. Among the most famous drifters to visit this legendary Texas city was The Wild Bunch, led by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. At their side was a Fort Worth beauty known as Etta Place, thought by many to be the most beautiful woman in the Outlaw American West.
Today, Fort Worth prepares for a new era. The cattle drives have given way to conventions. The horses have wings and are made of steel. And the outlaws have evolved into corporate sharp-shooters and real estate barons. Yet Fort Worth's reputation for hospitality and good times remains its calling card, now renowned around the world.
For those modern-day trailblazers who still prefer the atmosphere of an elegant private home to the trappings of a towering hotel, Etta's Place provides a residential-style bed-and-breakfast inn situated in Sundance Square - Cowtown's gathering place for entertainment, the arts, watering holes, shops and the city's best local-flavor restaurants.