Oct 21 - Oct 22
Great place to stay when taking an early morning flight!
Nov 10 - Nov 11
very nice staff. Great price. The only down fall was that our room smelled moldy and it was very humid in the room, But overall a good place to stay.
Nov 1 - Nov 2
Thought it was going to be a better breakfast over all I’d stay again
Oct 27 - Oct 28
It was on the downtown square, which made for ease of getting around and seeing the sights. There was a lot of constructions and renovation happening which made it slightly messy. The rooms weren't quite as nice as pictured online. Light bulbs out in the room. Some damage to furniture. The beds were ...
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Great rooms! Very clean and attractive. I honestly didn't want to leave and considered staying another day. The only small things that I didn't like is that they didn't have trial-sized toothpaste and housekeeping walked in hours before checkout time. I don't know why the hotel stipulates that they ...
Oct 26 - Oct 27
Loved this hotel! Very friendly staff. Best hotel I’ve ever stayed at!
Oct 24 - Oct 25
Was a great stay. Clean place n well located. Nice staff and good neighborhood.
Oct 27 - Oct 28
Everything was great me and my girlfriend loved the hotel
Oct 26 - Oct 27
Exceptional staff service and kindness, facility maintained and operated exceptionally
Originally making a mark on the map as home to some of America’s largest business headquarters, the northwest Arkansas cities of Fayetteville and Bentonville have recently blossomed into unique, cultural destinations in their own right. Boasting a happening cyclist scene, quirky museums, and creative art and architecture collections, visitors find that there is more to enjoy in the Ozark mountains than they had dreamed of.
Cyclists, foodies, and art enthusiasts will easily find a spot to rest in Bentonville. Hit the Razorback Region Greenway, a 36-mile bike-pedestrian trail or urban mountain bike through obstacles in Slaughter Pen Bike Park. Then, visit Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art to admire the architecture of the Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House, and stay late to view the popular LED light sculpture Buckyball. Do not miss your chance to taste the real Arkansas at The Hive, found in the 21c Museum Hotel.
To experience local life in the Ozarks with a great mix of activities, stick close to Fayetteville. As the home to the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, a plethora of bars and restaurants are at your disposal, including the Fayetteville Ale Trail. Afterwards, you can boutique hop at Fayetteville's Downtown Square, which is also home to the award winning Fayetteville Farmers’ Market. Wander through the local political claim to fame, the Clinton House Museum, and stroll the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Round out your local Fayetteville experience at TheatreSquared with its locally produced shows.
The 4 star hotels in Fayetteville-Bentonville are quite different from each other, with edgy, modern hotels, a quiet inn and wooded cabins to choose among. The hotels and inn are located within the city limits of Fayetteville-Bentonville and the cabins can be found further out in Eureka Springs. No matter what suits your mood, rooms come fully equipped with televisions, toiletries, and complimentary WiFi. Extra luxuries at some include iPod docks, fireplaces, balconies, coffee makers, and bathrobes. The hotels feature on-site restaurants, bars, and room service, while the inn offers a free English breakfast, a library, and terrace, and the cabins pamper you with jetted tubs along with functioning kitchens.
The 3 star hotels in Fayetteville-Bentonville are close by area attractions and business headquarters. Most offer free breakfast, free WiFi, as well as free parking, with many featuring indoor or outdoor pools. Rooms are comfortable, with free toiletries, coffee makers, and televisions, with other little luxuries depending on the hotel, including a few spas.
Fayetteville and Bentonville are served by two regional airports in Arkansas. The Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport is located ten miles south-west of Bentonville and 20 miles north-west of Fayetteville. While small in size, it supports nonstop flights to major cities like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago due to it is proximity to major business headquarters like Wal-Mart. The hotels close to Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport are mainly located in Bentonville and a few offer free airport shuttle services.
The Fort Smith Regional Airport lies 60 miles south of Fayetteville and 85 miles south of Bentonville. This joint civil-military airport offers limited service, but two regularly scheduled flights occur from Dallas/ Fort Worth, Texas and from Atlanta, Georgia. There are ten hotels close to Fort Smith Regional Airport in case early or late flights in and out of this airport make spending a night close-by more convenient.