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List of Hotels Planned for NWA

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There's been quite a bit of hotel talk the past few days, so I've decided to compile one list of all hotels planned for the metro.

18 Floor Renaissance Tower (Mariott Hotel 200 Rooms) - Fayetteville

10 Floor Divinity Tower (Unknown Hotel 137 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Courtyard by Mariott (CMN Business Park 113 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Garden Inn by Hilton (CMN Business Park 120 Rooms) - Fayetteville

6 Floor Holiday Inn (Horsebarn Rd 150 Rooms) - Rogers

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (Horsebard Rd 80 Rooms) - Rogers

Homewood Suites by Hilton (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

5 Floor "W" ALOFT Hotel (Horsebard Rd Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

The Garden Inn (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

22 Floor Westin Hotel & Condos (New Hope Rd. 325 Rooms) - Rogers

6 Floor Embassy Suites Expansion (Pinnacle Hills Blvd 402 Rooms Altogther) - Rogers

7 Floor Myer's Ranch Hotel (Unknown Hotel 120 Rooms) - Rogers

Best Western Castle Rock Suites (Rainbow Curve 83 Rooms) - Bentonville

5 Floor Doubletree Guest Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 140 Rooms) - Bentonville

Comfort Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 80-100 Rooms) - Bentonville

Simmons Suites (11th Street 115 Rooms) - Bentonville

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There's more than that coming. I remember seeing mention in Arkansas Business' article about the W aloft. I can't remember the name right now but I'm pretty sure they mentioned a hotel in both Springdale and Fayetteville.

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There is also 1 or 2 coming to 6th street in Fayetteville. I think one is called a Value Place inn or something like that.

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You guys are getting a "W" hotel??

It's from W's new Business Hotel chain called Aloft. They have 4 other locations, San Francisco Airport is one that are being built as well.

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It's from W's new Business Hotel chain called Aloft. They have 4 other locations, San Francisco Airport is one that are being built as well.

Dallas is just now getting a "W".

Still, Westin and "Aloft" will be nice.

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There is also 1 or 2 coming to 6th street in Fayetteville. I think one is called a Value Place inn or something like that.

Hey I think that's the one that was mentioned in that Arkansas Business article talking about the W aloft. I think one of those is going to Springdale as well.

Dallas is just now getting a "W".

Still, Westin and "Aloft" will be nice.

Yeah I don't think we'll have to worry about a W here anytime in the near future. But as you said a Westin and a W aloft is still pretty good. Since I'm not real big on hotel info how does a Renaissance compare to those? Just curious if Fayetteville will have anything comparable to some of these Rogers hotels. I suppose the Divinity will be a nice boutique hotel.

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The "W" Aloft brand will be nice as well. I've never seen anything about this, but "W" has built a reputation and I'm sure they'll uphold that. I know a typical "W" is more funky, so a business line seems to be a different approach for the company, but given the name I'm sure the amenities will be nice.

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The "W" Aloft brand will be nice as well. I've never seen anything about this, but "W" has built a reputation and I'm sure they'll uphold that. I know a typical "W" is more funky, so a business line seems to be a different approach for the company, but given the name I'm sure the amenities will be nice.

The pictures I posted in the "W" ALOFT Thread feel like something out of New York City. It looks very modern with an urban feel. Should be very interesting.

Another interesting note, the Westin has shown only three locations for future development: Singapore, Bangkok, and Rogers. :blink:

Mith, Renaissance Hotels are pretty nice. The one in Tulsa has a AAA 4 Diamond award.

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The pictures I posted in the "W" ALOFT Thread feel like something out of New York City. It looks very modern with an urban feel. Should be very interesting.

Another interesting note, the Westin has shown only three locations for future development: Singapore, Bangkok, and Rogers. :blink:

Mith, Renaissance Hotels are pretty nice. The one in Tulsa has a AAA 4 Diamond award.

I thought Renaissance hotels were supposed to be pretty nice but to be honest I wasn't sure. Just nice to see Fayetteville isn't getting left out. :lol:

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Renaissance hotels are very nice, one helped in the redevelopment of Oklahoma City's bricktown area (kind of like a larger Dickson street). Now there are 3 or 4 other hotels in this same area and all are either just completed or under construction.

Another hotel I forgot to mention in Fayetteville is going in on 15th street. I believe it is going to be a 4 story Staybridge suites. It will be near Baum stadium. Also over the next year or two there are going to be quite a few more hotels announced in Fayetteville. Southpass, Mountain Ranch, and the technology park are all going to have hotels mixed in.

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Updated List.

18 Floor Renaissance Tower (Mariott Hotel 200 Rooms) - Fayetteville

10 Floor Divinity Tower (Unknown Hotel 137 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Courtyard by Mariott (CMN Business Park 113 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Garden Inn by Hilton (CMN Business Park 120 Rooms) - Fayetteville

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (15th Street) - Fayetteville

Valueplace Suites (62 and I-540 121 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Southpass Hotel - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Mountain Ranch Hotel - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Technology Park - Fayetteville

6 Floor Holiday Inn (Horsebarn Rd 150 Rooms) - Rogers

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (Horsebard Rd 80 Rooms) - Rogers

Homewood Suites by Hilton (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

5 Floor "W" ALOFT Hotel (Horsebard Rd Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

The Garden Inn (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

22 Floor Westin Hotel & Condos (New Hope Rd. 325 Rooms) - Rogers

6 Floor Embassy Suites Expansion (Pinnacle Hills Blvd 402 Rooms Altogther) - Rogers

7 Floor Myer's Ranch Hotel (Unknown Hotel 120 Rooms) - Rogers

Best Western Castle Rock Suites (Rainbow Curve 83 Rooms) - Bentonville

5 Floor Doubletree Guest Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 140 Rooms) - Bentonville

Comfort Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 80-100 Rooms) - Bentonville

Simmons Suites (11th Street 115 Rooms) - Bentonville

Valueplace Suites (121 Rooms) - Springdale

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Updated List.

18 Floor Renaissance Tower (Mariott Hotel 200 Rooms) - Fayetteville

10 Floor Divinity Tower (Unknown Hotel 137 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Valueplace Suites (62 and I-540 121 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Courtyard by Mariott (CMN Business Park 113 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Garden Inn by Hilton (CMN Business Park 120 Rooms) - Fayetteville

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (15th Street) - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Southpass Hotel - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Mountain Ranch Hotel - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Technology Park - Fayetteville

6 Floor Holiday Inn (Horsebarn Rd 150 Rooms) - Rogers

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (Horsebard Rd 80 Rooms) - Rogers

Homewood Suites by Hilton (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

5 Floor "W" ALOFT Hotel (Horsebard Rd Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

The Garden Inn (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

22 Floor Westin Hotel & Condos (New Hope Rd. 325 Rooms) - Rogers

6 Floor Embassy Suites Expansion (Pinnacle Hills Blvd 402 Rooms Altogther) - Rogers

7 Floor Myer's Ranch Hotel (Unknown Hotel 120 Rooms) - Rogers

Best Western Castle Rock Suites (Rainbow Curve 83 Rooms) - Bentonville

5 Floor Doubletree Guest Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 140 Rooms) - Bentonville

Comfort Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 80-100 Rooms) - Bentonville

Simmons Suites (11th Street 115 Rooms) - Bentonville

Valueplace Suites (121 Rooms) - Springdale

Thanks for the update Matt, I have seen some of the plans for these developments and noticed hotels were mentioned in each. I hope they all work out eventually.

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Renaissance hotels are very nice, one helped in the redevelopment of Oklahoma City's bricktown area (kind of like a larger Dickson street). Now there are 3 or 4 other hotels in this same area and all are either just completed or under construction.

Another hotel I forgot to mention in Fayetteville is going in on 15th street. I believe it is going to be a 4 story Staybridge suites. It will be near Baum stadium. Also over the next year or two there are going to be quite a few more hotels announced in Fayetteville. Southpass, Mountain Ranch, and the technology park are all going to have hotels mixed in.

Really, don't think I heard about one at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park, interesting.

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Really, don't think I heard about one at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park, interesting.

I think it was supposed to be nearby it, maybe not in it. Or it could have been the Staybridge suites that is being built near Baum stadium. I guess time will tell.

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I think it was supposed to be nearby it, maybe not in it. Or it could have been the Staybridge suites that is being built near Baum stadium. I guess time will tell.

I don't know if I consider Baum that close to the park. Anyway we'll find out eventually. :D

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Another hotel has been announced for the metro.

Mainstay Suites, a Choice Hotel, has decided to build a 99 Room Hotel on Walnut, next to the Country Inn and 127 Room Homewood Suites hotel which are both under construction.

Complete List:

18 Floor Renaissance Tower (Mariott Hotel 200 Rooms) - Fayetteville

10 Floor Divinity Tower (Unknown Hotel 137 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Valueplace Suites (62 and I-540 121 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Courtyard by Mariott (CMN Business Park 113 Rooms) - Fayetteville

Garden Inn by Hilton (CMN Business Park 120 Rooms) - Fayetteville

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (15th Street) - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Southpass Hotel - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Mountain Ranch Hotel - Fayetteville

Unconfirmed Technology Park - Fayetteville

6 Floor Holiday Inn (Horsebarn Rd 150 Rooms) - Rogers

4 Floor Staybridge Suites (Horsebard Rd 80 Rooms) - Rogers

Homewood Suites by Hilton (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

5 Floor "W" ALOFT Hotel (Horsebard Rd Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

The Garden Inn (Walnut St. Unknown Rooms) - Rogers

22 Floor Westin Hotel & Condos (New Hope Rd. 325 Rooms) - Rogers

6 Floor Embassy Suites Expansion (Pinnacle Hills Blvd 402 Rooms Altogther) - Rogers

7 Floor Myer's Ranch Hotel (Unknown Hotel 120 Rooms) - Rogers

Mainstay Suites (99 Rooms) - Rogers

Best Western Castle Rock Suites (Rainbow Curve 83 Rooms) - Bentonville

5 Floor Doubletree Guest Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 140 Rooms) - Bentonville

Comfort Suites (S.E. Walton Blvd 80-100 Rooms) - Bentonville

Simmons Suites (11th Street 115 Rooms) - Bentonville

Valueplace Suites (121 Rooms) - Springdale

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I bet all the BBB people wish they'd hurry up and build some of these. Sounds like they're already having to go down to Van Buren/Ft Smith to find hotel rooms. More hotel rooms will also make it nicer for us to perhaps get some other big events like BBB going.

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Yes, I can't believe people are going to have to drive that far for an event. Rogers is going to double it's hotel occupancy within the next 5 years. Bentonville will add quite a bit as well.

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OK, either I am missing something here or there is some miscommunication here about one of the hotels (which seems to have started in another thread months ago).

Fayetteville is getting a Marriot which will be in a building currently named the Renaissance building. It has no affiliation with a chain named Renaissance what so ever.

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^

This is the Renaissance Tower Development in Downtown Fayetteville. Formerly known as the old Mountain Inn project.

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Maybe I'm wrong on this but isn't Renaissance a brand name of Marriot?

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Maybe I'm wrong on this but isn't Renaissance a brand name of Marriot?

It is. I'm not sure though if that's going to be the brand of this particular hotel.

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It is. I'm not sure though if that's going to be the brand of this particular hotel.

Ah, I see. Guess we'll just have to wait till that project comes along.

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