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Take a trip to Northwest Arkansas

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It’s no secret that Bentonville is booming: the city has world-class dining, boasts the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Walmart headquarters and the Amazeum. If business or pleasure hasn’t led you to this remarkable town yet this year, you should plan your trip now.

During your fall travels, take advantage of the Bentonville Doubletree’s newly completed $3 million renovation. The changes include new beds, furniture, carpet, drapery, bathroom light fixtures, and safes in all the rooms. Enjoy the new sleek modern décor and the convenience of the hotel’s gift shop transformed into a grab-and-go store. The hotel features quick access to Rogers, Springdale, and Fayetteville.

Incomparable Value:

• Spacious two-room guest suites
• Suites appointed for your comfort: Sweet Dreams by DoubleTree sleep experience, microwaves, coffee makers, mini fridges, two flat-panel TVs, ergonomic work desks and chairs, and sleeper sofas
• Complimentary Shuttle Service to and from the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA), the Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club Corporate Headquarters, and other locations within hotel’s 5-mile radius
• Complimentary HSIA & Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, guest suites and meeting space
Superior Amenities:
• Complimentary 24-hour Guest Business Center (internet, copier, fax, and printing)
• Complimentary HSIA & Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, guest suites and meeting space
• In-House Dining Options:
o Bistro 301- available for breakfast, lunch and dinner
o Lounge 3ZERO1- open nightly and offering a wide variety of adult beverages and appetizers
o Room Service- serving our full restaurant menu daily from 6am to 11pm
• The DoubleTree Signature—a Warm DoubleTree Cookie at check-in

To Do In Bentonville:

Mountain Biking is becoming very popular in the area. The Doubletree is working on a package that will include a 2-hour guided mountain bike tour in the Oz Trails by Phat Tire Bike Shop, including a shuttle to the bike shop, Suite and breakfast.

The Doubletree also has a Crystal Bridges/Amazeum Package: spend the day taking in the sights at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art or the Amazeum 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.

Visit the hotel’s Facebook page for more information.To book your next stay at the Doubletree in Bentonville, call (479) 845-7770.

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