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Baseball fans have a new place to stay

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click to enlarge Fully renovated and directly across from Baum Stadium.
  • Fully renovated and directly across from Baum Stadium.

If you missed out on Razorback baseball home games this year because you couldn’t find a great place to stay, your problem is now solved: Staybridge Suites of Fayetteville is now fully renovated and located directly across from Baum Stadium, with free parking for hotel guests.

The next time you travel to Fayetteville choose from among their various room-size options, including studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. The kitchen of each suite has stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a glass-tiled backsplash and glass-front cabinetry. The suites’ furnishings have also been updated from the floor to the light fixtures, with convenient work space built in, to help you make the most of your time in northwest Arkansas. The great room has been reimagined with comfort and hominess in mind, creating an inviting atmosphere; a home away from home for your trips to the area for business, sporting events or arts and entertainment happenings.

For more information about the newly renovated Staybridge Suites, or to make a reservation, visit the Staybridge Fayetteville website or call 479.695.2400.

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