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New Package at the Courtyard Bentonville Suits Travelers to a Tee

Standout Offer Among Bentonville, AR Hotels Lets Guests Hit the Greens and See the Sights for Less

BENTONVILLE, AR -- (Marketwired) -- 08/08/14 -- The Courtyard Bentonville is no stranger to Southern hospitality. Its well-appointed guest rooms and recently updated aesthetic speak to business travelers as much as families on vacation. But its latest Stay and Golf Near Bentonville package takes gracious welcomes to the next level. As one of the most exciting hotel deals in Bentonville, this offer includes discounted green fees, generous gifts and indulgent accommodations for an experience that is unequivocally above par.

Guests arriving for the package will begin their adventure at one of the most value-added hotels in Bentonville, AR. In addition to perks like complimentary high-speed Internet access and 32-inch HD televisions, all guest rooms are outfitted with microwaves and mini-refrigerators, perfect for storing snacks like the package's refreshment pack. This assortment of energy bars and bottled water helps keep guests energized for their day on the links, and it whets their appetites for the package's other features. Complimentary Starbucks brewed coffee from The Bistro provides the perfect jumpstart to a well-played game, and the package's included Breakfast to Go or breakfast voucher for The Bistro ensures guests won't be perfecting their swings on empty stomachs.

And the golf, after all, is the main attraction, which makes the package's deep discounts especially exciting. Visitors enjoy an 18-hole round of golf at Bella Vista Village for just $43 in the morning, or $30 in the afternoons (inclusive of golf-cart fees). Guests of hotels near Rogers, Arkansas might be familiar with the abundant courses at this premier development, but few can offer the access and prices available through the Stay and Golf package, which lets golfers challenge themselves on the Berksdale, Dogwood or Kingswood courses.

As one of the most comfortable hotels near Crystal Bridges, this recently renovated property also lets visitors easily explore nearby attractions like the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the University of Arkansas and the Bentonville Memorial Park. But Stay and Golf guests will enjoy the added benefit of a welcome package with maps and visitors guides to all the best sights. After all, scoring a hole in one can happen off the course just as easily as on it when travelers are looking for a memorable vacation.

Rates for the Stay and Golf Near Bentonville package, which is available through December 31, 2014, start at $104 per night. To book the package, guests may use the promotional code GPF when making reservations.

About the Courtyard Bentonville
Located in the Beau Terre Office Park, the Courtyard Bentonville offers guests easy access to a variety of businesses, including the headquarters of Wal-Mart and Sam's Club. And features like complimentary parking, a 24-hour business center and free high-speed Wi-Fi help corporate guests stay productive even when they're out of the boardroom. Yet the recently renovated hotel is just as appealing to those traveling for pleasure. The 87 guest rooms and three suites offer a range of available upgrades from balconies to in-room whirlpools, but even the standard rooms feel especially comfortable, thanks to in-room appliances and spacious desks. After a good night's sleep, guests can start their day with a healthy breakfast and Starbucks coffee at The Bistro, or drop by in the evening for cocktails and dinner. Other hotel features include an indoor pool, a fitness center, a new lobby and a fire pit for a stay that's as distinctive as it is enjoyable.

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Courtyard Bentonville
Beau Terre Office Park
1001 McClain Road
Bentonville, Arkansas 72712

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