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So Many Reasons to Stay at 21c Bentonville

Modeled after the award-winning flagship in Louisville, Kentucky, the downtown Bentonville hotel features friendly, personal service and thoughtful amenities that are sure to make you feel at home.

Building on its mission of engaging the public with contemporary art and supporting the revitalization of American downtowns, 21c Museum Hotel Bentonville is located on the northeast corner of the town square, within a short walk of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.


21c Museum Hotel Bentonville is welcoming both visitors and members of the community to experience its rotating exhibitions, participate in its programs and enjoy its culinary offerings. With an active street presence, 104 rooms and more than 12,000 square feet of exhibition, meeting and event space, 21c Bentonville presents curated, rotating exhibitions, dynamic installations and live art events. Exhibition space is open to the public free of charge, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Bike friendly amenities complement a network of over 20 miles of trails including pedestrian pathways and bikeways as well as world class all-terrain mountain bike trails. Guests enjoy perks such as free cruiser bicycles or bike rentals through a partnership with a local bike shop, bike storage for guests and employees, and bike valet.


The property also features The Hive restaurant, which showcases the unique culinary identity of Arkansas. Under the direction of executive chef and Arkansas native Matthew McClure, The Hive pays tribute to the High South while articulating McClure’s approach to refined country cuisine. The Bar + Lounge is the perfect place to quench your thirst, entertain important clients or grab a casual bite with friends. The Hive, designed by Deborah Berke Partners, is a communal gathering place for diners to meet and connect with one another in Bentonville.


Architect Deborah Berke’s design balances grand public spaces scaled to suit an extensive art collection with intimate, inviting private spaces. The property’s public and gallery spaces are elegant and modern with high ceilings, cool tones and polished concrete floors, while guest rooms, also designed by Berke, offer a distinctly residential feel with its custom designed furniture in subtle neutral tones with bold pops of color. The integration of natural light is a central focus throughout the 100,000 square foot property. The design team achieved this through the use of skylights, light monitors, large windows and a light court visible from the restaurant and the main corridor near the guest elevators. Exterior benches made of local stone establish a relationship between the building and the surrounding landscape, as does the richly hued brick of the main facade.

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