New Grapevine Boutique Hotel Adds Appeal To An Already Popular City

Whether you’re looking for a safe, modern and beautiful place to take your out-of-town holiday visitors or you’re planning a staycation this fall or winter and want plenty of things to do and see near your destination, Grapevine is a pleasing place to visit – and it’s a nice place to call home too. There’s a lot to like about Grapevine, located just 23 miles from downtown Fort Worth.

Now, Grapevine’s iconic and busy Main Street has a new boutique hotel, the city’s first upscale place to stay. Hotel Vin, part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, opened in September and features 120 luxury rooms plus 6 suites and a presidential suite. And it’s right downtown where the action is.

More Than Just A Hotel

Hotel Vin includes an all-day dining establishment, Bacchus Kitchen and Bar, which also features a full-service bar. The restaurant aims to serve chef-prepared locally sourced food. The Rioja Rooftop Terrace will be a place for cocktails, wine by the glass, private dining and more. Plus, the property boasts the Riedel Room, a wine-tasting venue with hundreds of classic and modern wines to try. In October, Harvest Hall and its 7 hand-selected specialty restaurants will open in a space connected to the hotel.

Hotel Vin’s location on Main Street gives it great views of the city’s primary attraction – it’s Main Street filled with restaurants, charming small shops and more. The hotel has 8 meeting rooms with panoramic views of the street and a sleek new community plaza. There’s more than 20,000 square feet of space plus twice that included in the outdoor plaza.

Additionally, Grapevine’s newest accommodations choice adjoins TEXRail, the 27-mile train that connects downtown Fort Worth with DFW Airport. The line makes the hotel appealing to travelers arriving in the area through the big airport – and the relatively new line makes Grapevine even more appealing to frequent air travelers than it already was.

An Alternative To Living In Fort Worth

Potential Fort Worth residents who need easy access to DFW Airport and have business in North Dallas, Plano and other northern parts of the Metroplex may want to consider living in Grapevine. While some consider it a tourist town, more than 54,000 people call it home.

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