A Luxury Stay Awaits At Fort Worth’s New Boutique Hotel


Exterior of Bowie House hotel building with floor-to-ceiling windows and cantilevered balconies

Boka Powell designed Auberge Resorts Collection’s new boutique luxury hotel, Bowie House, to blend classic Western vibes with a modern feel. The result channels Fort Worth’s approachable sophistication, cultural vibrancy and equestrian spirit.

Weathered limestone floors, plaster walls and arched openings welcome guests into the wood-vaulted lobby. Walls dazzle with an art collection of more than 400 works by talents including Ashley Collins, Max Zorn, Don Drumm, David Yarrow and Constance Jaeggi. Dotted with hat racks and boot benches, rooms feature white oak floors paired with woven rugs and textured strié wallcoverings; headboards upholstered in woven leather with stitched belt straps; and curved bar cabinets with sliding tambour doors that open to reveal lacquered aubergine interiors.

“Bowie House’s uniqueness comes from its evoked sense of place, as well as an emphasis on creating a grounded, home-like yet convivial space for its guests,” says Gaylord Lamey, the hotel’s general manager.

Two portraiture artworks above a sofa and against blue painted wallPHOTOS: AUBERGE RESORTS COLLECTION