Everything the staff was great.Clean rooms and the pool in great condition
Overall very pleased. Bathroom door had a dirty footprint on backside of door . . . Petty observation. Otherwise, no complaints. Very clean otherwise. No bedbugs, believe me I checked. Staff very friendly and accomodating. Would stay here again and recommend.
Friendly staff, had a little hiccup at check in with their system but nothing to warrant a negative review.
The room was clean but the neighborhood was noisy, including a gun shot in middle of the night and two drunk girls that looked like prostitutes arguing next to my car. When I heard glass break in the night I spend the night awake in bed. As well for some reason the hotel charged 12$ more than I had ...
It was not quiet , put in a room near the Main Street . Other guest beside and above me fought and slammed doors til 4 am
The room was clean. The bed was comfortable. The staff was friendly. The hallways smelked like cigarette smoke but the room did not. We were right beside the elevator but we could not hear peopke in the hallway which was nice.
Staff was extremely kind and helpful. Rooms were very comfortable and roomy.
Easy check in,friendly staff,excellent sleep , safe and secure feeling :-)
Very comfy beds and cozy beds. Staff is great. Love the easy checkin process
You can't say that you've properly experienced a place without viewing some of its culture. Fort Smith Museum of History is a wonderful starting point.
It is situated in Fort Smith. If you're visiting the state capital, Little Rock, you'll need to travel 130 miles to arrive there.
You will be able to locate a place to stay to suit your tastes. There are 4 nearby. The Courtyard Marriott Fort Smith Downtown and Doubletree by Hilton Fort Smith City Center are strong candidates, and are just 2 miles from Fort Smith Museum of History.
For the budget-conscious traveler, there are some inexpensive hotels in the vicinity. The Candlewood Suites Fort Smith and the Sleep Inn & Suites Van Buren are a selection of the more frequented establishments.
There's definitely no need to go without coffee and appetizing treats in the streets around Fort Smith Museum of History. Artistic Bean is a charming spot frequented by locals and tourists alike, and is just a convenient stroll away. Once you feel a rumbling in your stomach, have a meal at another spot in the vicinity, Bricktown Brewery. Finally, go to Adelaide Hall. Have a beer or two and chat with the locals.