FAQAnswers To Our Most Asked Questions

What time is check-in and check-out?

Check-in commences at 3pm and check-out is by 12pm noon.

Do you allow pets on property?

No, unfortunately we are not a pet friendly hotel.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellations are accepted without penalty up to 24 hour before 3 p.m. on day of arrival. Cancellations within the 24 hours cancellation policy are subject to first night’s room and tax. Home game football weekends require one month cancellation and the full amount of the stay is charged at the time of booking.

How do I get to the restaurants, bars and shopping on Dickson St.?

Dickson Street is a quick drive or walk from the hotel. Take a right out of the hotel onto Arkansas Ave., proceed to Dickson St. at the first traffic light.

Where is the hotel's workout facility?

There is no workout facility on site, however all of our guests have free access to the University of Arkansas' state-of-the-art fitness facility located a short walk from the hotel. Ask the front desk for directions.

When was the hotel built?

The hotel was originally built in 1905 and served first as a woman's dormitory. Over the years, it also served as a fraternity house and classrooms. The building was converted to a hotel in 2003.

What is the nearest airport?

The nearest airport to Fayetteville is Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport.

How do I make reservations for football games?

We communicate the availability of full season reservations in January of each year. Please ask the front desk for details.

Where is the Fayettville Farmer's Market?

The Fayetteville Farmer's Market is held on Saturday mornings in the Fayetteville Town Square. Find details here: https://www.fayettevillefarmersmarket.org/

Where is the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art?

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is located in nearby Bentonville, AR. Find details here: https://crystalbridges.org/

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