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Welcome to 21c Bentonville! Thank you for choosing us as your home away from home. A few important details about your stay:

Dining at 21c

The Hive is a contemporary Southern restaurant that showcases the unique culinary identity of Northwest Arkansas. 

  • The Hive’s most up-to-date hours can be found here.
  • In-room dining is available during restaurant hours. You can view the menus by here.
  • Breakfast is available 7 days a week


  • More than simply a place to spend the night, 21c is an authentic experience. If there is anything you need during your stay, please don’t hesitate to dial “O” or stop by the front desk. Our team is always ready to help and eager to make your visit as memorable and unique as 21c itself.
  • Traveling with a laptop? Your room is equipped with secure, complimentary WiFi. The front desk team can provide you with login information.
  • 21c offers all hotel guests complimentary access to our fitness center. It is equipped with cardiovascular equipment, circuit strength training equipment, and free weights. The center is open 24/7 for your convenience and is located on the first floor of the hotel. Your keycard is required to access the fitness center.
  • Our business center is located on the first floor and is open 24/7 for your convenience. The use of our computers with high-speed internet and printers is complimentary for hotel guests. Need copies made or faxes sent? Our front desk team is happy to assist you.
  • During your stay, housekeeping services will be provided every day.  Should you have any specific requests or needs, please contact our front desk team at extension “0.”
  • For your convenience, laundry service is available. Laundry bags and tickets are located in your guest room closet. For urgent requests, please contact the front desk for assistance.
  • An in-room safe is available for the security of any valuables. Please contact the front desk team if you need safe operation assistance.
  • Hosting an event or meeting? Let us wow your guests. With over 12,000 square feet of event space,  21c can accommodate parties that range from intimate gatherings of 10 to rocking receptions for 300 guests. Contact the Events Team at extension  “6517”  to learn more.

Arkansas, The Natural State

Located at the foot of the Ozarks; the Bentonville area offers a wide range of outdoor activities. From being a well-known fishing destination to numerous trails designed to test the most avid mountain biker, a wide array of golf courses, lakes, and parks, the beauty of Northwest Arkansas’ landscape is just steps from our front door.

Check out our Local Guide to explore the best of what Bentonville and Northwest Arkansas has to offer! 

Explore 21c

At 21c, art is an unexpected encounter, a new idea, and a starting point for lively conversation. It is around every corner •• in the elevators, hallways, landings, public restrooms, and The Hive’s dining room and bar + lounge. Installations flow onto the city sidewalk, engaging guests and passerby’s alike. 21c believes art can and should be part of daily life, rather than something that can only be seen on a planned trip to a formal institution. During your visit, we invite you to discover and explore the exhibitions. The Museum is free and open to the public 24/7. Popular site•specific works and exhibitions include:

Green Penguins, Cracking Art

The Green Penguin flock was created by Cracking Art, a collective of artists who inspire people to consider art simultaneously fun and thought-provoking. Sculpted from recycled plastic, the fleet of 4-foot birds serves as a playful reminder of the importance of sustainability and environmental conservation. The sculptures migrate throughout 21c each day and night.

Site Specific Art at 21c Bentonville

Tree of 40 Fruits, Sam Van Aken

The Tree of 40 Fruits is quite literally a fruit tree that will grow forty varieties of fruit from the family of stone fruits, including peach, plum, apricot, nectarine, cherry and the hybrid species therein. Blossoming in variegated tones of white and pink in early spring, and burdened by fruit in late summer this work draws its significance from the number forty. Found throughout history and in particular in western religious texts, the number forty symbolizes the innumerable, a bounty beyond calculation.

Orange Tree, Alexandre Arrechea 

Orange Tree, Alexandre Arrechea’s large scale sculpture of a metal tree sprouting basketball hoops and surrounded by basketballs, is a sculptural exploration of the relationship between sports and urban street culture. Referencing found objects, architecture, nature, and imagery from popular culture, Arrechea creates work that is engaging and provocative, accessible, and profound.

Untitled, Mattia Bonetti 

Mattia Bonetti was born in Lugano, Switzerland, in 1952, and currently lives and works in Paris. He received formal training as a designer at the Centro Scolastico per l’lndustria Artistica in Lugano. After moving to Paris in 1973, he worked as a textile designer, style consultant, and art photographer.

Unfolded, Chris Doyle

Referencing paper currency in shape and design, Chris Doyle’s Unfolded belongs to the same body of work as Waste Generation (2010), the animation featured in the Video Lounge as part of the inaugural exhibition,

Sudden Gust of Wind, Sekan Ozkaya

Istanbul based artist Serkan Ozkaya’s A Sudden Gust of Wind in Bentonville is comprised of 400 sheets of metal that emulate a scattered stack of 8.5″ x 11″ papers, frozen in motion across the ceiling and descending in a looping, funnel formation to the floor. Alluding to the beauty found in the moments or seconds between action and destruction, control and chaos,  A Sudden  Gust of Wind in Bentonville is one of a series of related installations referencing older artworks of the same title.

Hide and Seek, Anne Peadbody

In Hide and Seek, the glass drawing of a forest is made up of large digitally rendered trees, which grow more and more transparent as they recede. The darker trees in the foreground create areas in which people can hide completely from the outside world, while the more transparent background trees and foggy areas transform him or her from a viewer into an object being viewed. This boundary is constantly crossed as patrons walk through space, passing by and through trees of varying opacities.

Flow 5.0, Daan Roosegaarde

This interactive sculpture by Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde is a smart wall composed of hundreds of ventilators that respond to passing visitors. By walking and interacting with its surface, the viewer triggers the emergence of an elusive landscape created out of transparent fields and artificial winds.

Flypaper, Rob Wynne

Rob Wynne was born in 1950 in New York, where he currently lives and works. His work has been featured in solo exhibitions at Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2008); JGM. Galerie, Paris, France (2008); Craig Starr Associates, New York, NY (2006); and Galerie Edward Mitterrand, Geneva, Switzerland (2001).


We aim to have a positive impact on the planet by taking steps to reduce our carbon, plastic and food waste – to do that 21c has implemented a 21c Sustainability Fee of $2 to help support that mission. Examples of our sustainability practices include providing every guest with PATH water bottles. PATH is the first certified refillable and 100% recyclable bottled water packaged in a sleek and sturdy, reusable aluminum container. 

21c Safety


To improve indoor air quality and for the health and safety of our guests and team, 21c is a Smoke-Free Hotel. Guests wishing to smoke can do so outside on the sidewalk. A fee of $250  will be assessed to any room in which signs or smells of smoking are around.

Safety & Security

  • Please refer to the map on the back of your room door to familiarize yourself with the nearest emergency
  • For the health and safety of all our guests and teammates, please regard all alarms as “the REAL thing.” Please stay calm and cooperate with our team while we work to ensure your
  • During alarms, please do not attempt to use the elevator. Make your way to the nearest stairwell and exit the

In Case of Fire

  • If a fire breaks out in your room, immediately exit your room and close the door behind you to keep the hall clear of smoke and fire. Activate the nearest alarm pull station. Report the situation to the front desk team immediately.
  • If a fire breaks out in another part of the building, you may be roused by the fire alarm signal, voice announcements over the PA system, shouting in the corridor, a phone call, or by the sound of sirens outside. Stay calm. Check your door for heat before
  • If hot, remain in the room and seal the door with wet towels and vent other openings. Alert the front desk
  • If cool, exit the room immediately. Do not attempt to use the elevator. Please use the nearest stairwell to exit and wait for further instruction before returning to your room.


Important Phone Numbers

Front Desk Dial 0

Fire, Police, EMS Dial 9 + 911 Suicide Crisis Line Dial 9 + 1.888.274.7472

NWA Women’s Shelter Dial 9 +


Drug & Poison Center Dial 9 + 1.800.222.1222

NW Med Center Bville Dial 9 +


Mercy Clinic Pediatrics Dial 9 +


Mercy Convenient Care Dial 9 +