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University of Arkansas-Fayetteville Hotel Guide

Though this area is filled with places to explore, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville should certainly be at the top of your list.

It is situated in Bentonville - Fayetteville, a trip of 140 miles from Little Rock, the state capital.

If you're considering staying nearby, you'll be able to find 15 hotels within 2 miles of University of Arkansas-Fayetteville. The Chancellor Hotel and the Staybridge Suites Fayetteville/Univ Of Arkansas are just 0.8 miles and 1 mile away. Another convenient option, the Hampton Inn Fayetteville, is 1 mile away.

The Candlewood Suites Fayetteville – University of Arkansas is a popular and convenient local accommodation option. This budget hotel is excellent for those anxious to save a few dollars, and it's located only 1 mile away.

If the robust coffee at Starbucks doesn't prepare you for a day at University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, the appetizing treats will. This local eatery is close by. Later, you ought to have some dinner at another close spot, Slim Chickens. Kick back with a stiff cocktail from Mickey Finn's Irish Pub.

Other Places to Visit near University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

Before your flight departs, go check out some of the other things to see and do that are not too far away from University of Arkansas-Fayetteville:

  • If you enjoy the design features of historic houses, you should take a walk through the halls of Clinton House Museum. You'll be inspired by the craftsmanship of this old house.
  • Evergreen Cemetery is a vital piece of the community's history and a crucial reminder of the past.
  • Head to TheatreSquared if you are fans of theater and other productions.
  • As one of the city's major centers for the arts, sightseers can't go awry with a trip to Walton Arts Center.
  • It may be old, but Fayetteville Downtown Square is still a well-used square where you can read a newspaper while taking in the history of the area.