With its high, vaulted ceilings and exposed 150-year-old reclaimed timbers, The Barn is a bright, inviting social and meeting space. The indoor’s refined and rustic grandeur combines with the lushly landscaped outdoor space to create a truly unforgettable venue for your special event.
From weddings and receptions to anniversary parties and galas, Legacy Hall is an elegant and tastefully detailed event space with an accompanying outdoor veranda offering the versatility of multiple setup and seating options to perfectly suit your event.
Whether you’re hosting a luncheon, off-site meeting, guest speaker or other corporate event, our rustic-luxe, modular meeting spaces offer casual comfort, customized catering and the latest multimedia and tech-support technologies. Here at Hotel Drover, no request is too big. Let us show you the possibilities.
Additional Gathering Spaces
For a truly historic setting for parties, conferences, executive retreats, weddings, galas and more. With four elegant, cowboy-chic spaces available for groups of 50–750 guests, the century-old building provides an authentic Western ambience for your special event.
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For smaller groups or groups in excess of 200, our adjacent sister property, Hyatt Place, offers 1,260 sq ft of traditional meeting space and an additional 101 guest rooms.
We are Texans, so we know how to get it done. Just tell us what you need, then sit back, kick off your boots and let our team of trail bosses roll up our sleeves and handle all the details.
All of our venues provide our full range of catering and bar services, led by two-time Top Chef Fort Worth winner Jenna Kinard, our Executive Chef. A born-and-raised Texan, Chef Jenna’s inventive approach to classic Texas-style cuisine transforms familiar flavors and offers new ones to deliver truly modern fare.
Creative meeting & event concept consultation
ON-SITE 24-HOUR BUSINESS CENTER
24-HOUR TECH & AV SUPPORT
GROUP HOTEL RATES
CUSTOMIZABLE DIGITAL SIGNAGE
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A cowboy is loyal to his “brand,” to his friends and those he rides with.
- Anonymous cowboy