Weekend Getaways

Are you looking for a little rest and relaxation on the weekend? Or maybe you want to enjoy a good musical or play? Maybe a live concert is right up your alley? Clothes shopping? Antiques? Exploring the Farmer’s Market? Or getting in a little extra exercise? There’s never a shortage of things to do near our little hotel. Fayetteville, hotels AR has it happening, and the Dickson Street Inn is the ideal place for a weekend getaway. And whether you’re coming to enjoy a little down time just by yourself, or hoping to have a few special moments with another person, or hoping for a raucous good time with a group of of your closest friends, believe us when we say that Dickson Street is the place for you.

If you’d like to base your getaway on seeing a show, the Walton Arts Center is two blocks to the west of the Inn and features a whole host of entertainment events including musical, plays, concerts, and other artistic endeavors. And don’t forget, the Center is home to the beautiful music of the Symphony of Northwestern Arkansas. Looking for something a little different? Our local theatre troupe Theatre Squared performs in facilities three blocks away. And don’t forget about the legendary Fayetteville music venue George’s Majestic Lounge, “Where Live Music Live,” which is also just two blocks down the street from the Inn.

If you’re more interested in shopping, there are nearly a dozen local boutiques within a few blocks of the Inn. For clothes and accessories there is By Request, Something Urban, Monroe Boutique, Private Gallery, VS Mobley, Mae’s, and Lola. If you’re interested in furniture, antiques, and home accessories there is French Metro Antiques, Twig and Twang, Corazon, and French Quarters. Jewelry store Romance Diamond Company is across the street while a longtime Dickson Street fixture, Underwood’s Fine Jewelers is two blocks down the street.

If you want to indulge your sweet tooth, nearby is a gelateria, Scarpino’s, serving homemade gelato and other Italian treats. Cupcake shoppe Bliss isn’t far away, nor is bakery The Little Bread Co. or self-serve frozen yogurt store, Orange Leaf. From April to November there is a vibrant Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning, just a few blocks away.

If a little exercise is on your itinerary, the Inn’s guests can work out for free two blocks down the street at Clubhaus. Wilson Park is a few blocks away, as well as is the city’s main jogging/bike trail. The Inn does have two bikes on hand for use by hotel guests at no charge. Other popular area attractions are the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks and Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville (a 30 minute drive to the north of our little Fayetteville, Arkansas hotel). Nothing beatshotels in Fayetteville, AR that are near all the major attractions.

After a long day of sightseeing, shopping, and sweet indulgences, perhaps you’ll want to lie back and enjoy a little royal treatment. If relaxation and being pampered is what you’d like, the fantastic spa Luxe is three blocks to the west of the Inn. Offering a wide variety of services from their signature facial to manicures and pedicures and deep tissue massage, this soothing environment is sure to reenergize your body and rejuvenate your soul. And don’t forget to check out their Salt-Go Glow body treatments, which use Dead Sea salts and aromatic oils to exfoliate your skin.

One of the best things about The Dickson Street Inn is that after a full day of having fun, our hotel is located a block or less away from the most popular restaurants in town (Bordinos, Theo’s, The 36 Club, Wasabi) and steps away from all the wonderful nightlife that Fayetteville has to offer.

In short, there is never a shortage of wonderful activity to keep you busy on your weekend getaway. But don’t just take our word for it! Come visit today and see why we think that the Dickson Street Inn is the finest hotel Fayetteville has to offer!