Fayetteville Hotels

There are several good Fayetteville hotels to choose from, though you'll definitely want to book your stay well in advance if you are choosing to visit during one of the city's main events or festivals. The University of Arkansas home football games and the Bikes, Blues, and BBQ Festival are among the top events in town, and finding an accommodation in Fayetteville at the last minute while they are going on is nearly impossible. Cheap Fayetteville lodging is available for those who want to save money on rates, and some upscale hotels are also available if you want more amenities. The following recommendations for Fayetteville motels and hotels will help to point you in the right direction when it comes to finding your ideal lodging.

If you are looking to stay at one of the more modern Fayetteville hotels, you can hardly go wrong with the local Courtyard by Marriott. Found in the center of the city's Business District, the Courtyard by Marriott Fayetteville Hotel is within walking distance of an array of shops and restaurants. The facilities here cater to both the business and the leisure traveler, and they include a business library, and indoor pool and hot tub, a fitness center, an onsite jogging track, and a 24-hour convenience market. The lobby bar serves drinks Monday through Thursday, and the morning café restaurant is a good place to get a hot breakfast at a good price. The rooms at the Courtyard by Marriott Fayetteville are relatively standard when it comes to layout and quite elegant when it comes to amenities. Signature luxury bedding helps to encourage a good night's rest, and you can choose either a room with a king-size bed or one with two queens. Free calls and free high-speed internet access help to make the relatively high rates more agreeable, and other amenities include a mini-fridge, a 32-inch flat-screen TV, an iPod-compatible alarm clock, a work desk, an ergonomic desk chair, a hair dryer, and an iron/ironing board. Unless you are only interested in cheap Fayetteville lodging, the Courtyard by Marriott is bound to please.

Staying on the University of Arkansas campus is what some Fayetteville visitors will hope to do. Should you be one of those visitors, the Inn at Carnall Hall is worth a look. You're not only on the campus when staying here, but you're also close to Dickson Street, which is the city's main drag. Originally built in 1906, the Inn at Carnall Hall was a women's dorm for most of its life. Now, however, it has been transformed into an elegant hotel. All of the 50 rooms at the Inn at Carnall Hall offer historic charm, though modern conveniences help to encourage a pleasant stay. The rooms aren't overly luxurious, but they are very clean and comfortable. Some have Jacuzzi tubs if you're interested. There are five different room layouts to choose from, and standard amenities include free in-room coffee, voice mail, data ports, cable TV, an iron/ironing board, and a hair dryer. Complimentary high-speed internet access is also available, so you can plan area tours or side trips online if you bring a laptop. Free newspapers and free breakfasts are added bonuses that help to make the Inn at Carnall Hall all the more attractive. When you're not out enjoying the local restaurants during your stay, you might treat yourself to a few drinks or meals at the onsite restaurant, which has extensive wine and dessert lists. Room service is available during restaurant hours.

Like the Inn at Carnall Hall, the Inn at the Mill is one of the more charming Fayetteville hotels. Known originally as the Johnson Mill, the Inn at the Mill dates back to 1835 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was opened to the public as a lodging establishment in 1992, and it offers some of the most upscale rooms in the area. You will do well to consider a stay here unless you only have cheap Fayetteville lodging in mind. There are a handful of spacious suites to choose from at the Inn at the Mill, and they are filled with amenities. The more standard guest rooms are anything but standard, and they offer a fair amount of amenities as well. Each guest room or suite boasts a large flat-screen TV, an iPod-compatible radio, a mini-fridge, a safe, premium bedding, an elegant bathroom, and complimentary bath products. Guests can also enjoy complimentary breakfast service, as well as complimentary wine, cheese, and fruit. Two of the more dynamic suites here are multi-level units. You'll definitely want to enjoy at least one meal at the Inn at the Mill's award-winning restaurant, which is among the best in the city. After a full day of exploring town or hiking in the Ozark Mountains, coming back to the cozy Inn at the Mill is always a treat.

Fayetteville motels like the Super 8 are among the top lodging options in town for those who are looking to save on rates. The Super 8 Fayetteville has received recognition for its cleanliness and guest service, which is a nice plus. Free continental breakfasts and complimentary high-speed internet access are among the highlights here when it comes to amenities, and coffee is available around the clock if you need a pick-me-up. Rooms with king-size beds and reclining chairs are available, or you can opt for a room with two queen-size beds and a small table with chairs. Other in-room amenities include cable TV, an iron/ironing board, a hair dryer (upon request), and a mini-fridge. Found at the junctions of Interstate 540 and US Highway 71, the Super 8 Fayetteville enjoys a convenient location that has you close to everything. There are other Fayetteville motels that also offer good clean rooms at a fair price if you are looking for more options. Other popular northwest destinations, such as Bentonville and Eureka Springs, also boast a fair amount of motels that can help you keep your budget in check when visiting the area.

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