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Friday, July 7, 2017

The only place to be in July

Posted By on Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 3:42 PM

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The Chihuly exhibit is still at Crystal Bridges, the Wal-Mart AMP has an incredible lineup, including Third Eye Blind, Peter Frampton, Steve Miller Band and MORE!

While you’re in town for all of these events, the place to stay is the newly renovated Hilton Garden Inn. The visual transformation is staggering, with contemporary décor that is also inviting. Barn doors, sleek lighting and ergonomic in-room work accommodations appeal to those who want a stylish and streamlined experience. And unlike giant hotels, the Hilton Garden Inn is small enough to offer every guest personal attention and customized service.

To learn more about meeting room accommodations, or to book your next stay, call 479.464.7300.

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