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Your weekend getaway just got simpler

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If Crystal Bridges’ new exhibit, “Chihuly: In the Gallery and In the Forest,” has you dreaming of a trip to Bentonville, consider booking a weekend of world-class art, cycling and dining. If you’re traveling with the family, visit the Amazeum, too!

The Doubletree in Bentonville has package deals for visitors who want to spend the day taking in the sights and spend the night relaxing in a two-room suite with your choice of a king bed or double queen beds. In addition, enjoy a breakfast buffet for two in Bistro 301; receive a museum brochure and map at check-in; take the shuttle to and from either museum, other attractions and area restaurants (5-mile radius); and spend a $25.00 Visa gift card at the museum or other area businesses.

Mountain biking tour packages also coming soon!

For more information or to schedule your room call (479) 845-7770.

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