About the Hotel

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Etta’s Place is a Downtown Fort Worth “Bed & Breakfast Inn” located at 200 West Third Street in historic Sundance Square. Etta’s Place is just around the corner from the Reata Restaurant, which opened in the spring of 2002.

Where the Fort Worth’s Water Gardens and Convention Center is located today was yesterday’s Hell’s Half Acre. Butch Cassidy and his partner The Sundance Kid resided here for a time. Etta Place, after whom the inn has been named, was commonly known as the girlfriend of The Sundance Kid. She is believed to have been a Fort Worth school teacher by day and a Madame for a Bordello at night. Recalling those lawless and rough years, Etta’s Place, a 10 room inn, depicts the gentler side of our Texas heritage catering to midweek business travelers and those seeking a weekend getaway.

Each of the 10 guest rooms has been named for a member of Butch Cassidy’s Hole In The Wall Gang or his female companion. Room size varies from 300 square feet for a standard room to 700 square feet for a suite. And, unlike most bed and breakfasts, each guest room has a private bathroom.

Services – overnight accommodations seven days a week. Guests are treated to home-cooked breakfasts, including juice, coffee, fresh fruit, and home baked muffins. Imagine eating a full gourmet breakfast ranging from eggs benedict to banana pancakes with toasted pecans.

Business Amenities – include WiFi and high speed DSL ethernet connections for laptop computers, fax machines, copiers and in-room voice mail for business travelers.

Private Parties – The inn is available for private parties up to 30 persons. Events can be hosted in the dining room, library and common living areas.
Massage Therapy, flower arrangements chocolate-dipped strawberries, fruit and cheese trays, seasonal fruit baskets and next day cleaning are also available.

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Explore the many different cuisines and dining experiences available in Sundance Square.

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Etta's Place