With a stay at The Chancellor Hotel in Fayetteville, you'll be convenient to Walton Arts Center and University of Arkansas-Fayetteville. This hotel is within close proximity of Fayetteville National Cemetery and Bud Walton Arena.
Make yourself at home in one of the 207 guestrooms featuring iPod docking stations and flat-panel televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and 32-inch high-definition televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and a fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and tour/ticket assistance.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Chancellor Hotel. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, audiovisual equipment, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Free self parking is available onsite.
Sprawling across the Cumberland Plateau at 2,000 feet above sea level—the highest point between the Rocky and Smoky Mountains—lie Fairfield Glade Community Club's five courses, showcasing 90 holes of championship golf. Since the first fairways of the 18-hole Druid Hills course opened in 1970, the golf haven has expanded to include two more 18-hole courses and one 36-hole course. The most recent addition, the Stonehenge course, opened for play in January of 2008 and still perplexes archeologists hoping to decipher the meaning of its immense flagstick monuments. Players find themselves amid postcard-worthy wooded terrain as they traverse fairways bordered with lakes and crawling with wildlife indigenous to the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area, which nudges the grounds directly to the northeast. The beautiful surroundings and challenging course play have allowed the club to host several prestigious events, including the Tennessee Senior Men's Open and the Tennessee Women's Open.
Time To Shine lathers up landcraft with an automated car wash tunnel that takes less than three minutes from start to finish. With a month of unlimited washes, give a vehicular exterior a serious scrubbing whenever the mood strikes, without the hassle of hooking up hoses or the expense of transforming three-piece flannel suits into cut-offs. A minuscule sensor, stuck discreetly to your windshield, registers each time you approach a Time To Shine drive-thru spray station and preps the high-tech equipment within for the proper procedures, including an underbody blast, high-pressure spray, tri-color foam conditioner, wheel clean, rain guard, rust inhibitor, and poly sealant. A spot-free rinse douses off the last of the biodegradable chemicals, flushing 80% of the liquids through a PurWater Reclaim recycling system; a high-powered air dry prevents cars from vigorously shaking off clingy droplets. Free vacuums line one side of each Time To Shine location so that customers can also evict interior litter.
Set atop a sparsely wooded expanse of the Cumberland Plateau, Lake Tansi Village Golf Club’s 18-hole championship golf course traces an undulating tract buttressed on both sides by Lake Tansi and Hiawatha Lake. Though the course is not particularly long, the course layout demands precision with its rolling terrain, deep bunkers, and multitiered greens that will terrify golf balls who fear roller-coasters. When approaching the tee on the par-4 17th, golfers look out onto a green protected by a frontside pond that forces them to carry the glassy surface with a lofted wedge or short iron.
Perched at an altitude that typically keeps the area an average of 10 degrees cooler than Knoxville and Nashville, Lake Tansi Village complements its golf facilities with a full-service marina, lakeside cottages, and stay-and-play packages ideal for golfers hoping to get away for a weekend after a heated argument with their live-in caddy.
Perched atop Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau, the family-owned and award-winning Stonehaus Winery has nurtured grapes into their grandest liquid potential for more than 20 years. A complimentary winery tour follows grapes' life cycles from growth to crushing to the 3,000-bottles-per-hour automated bottling machine, with a brief pause when grapes run away to find themselves and form folk combos. Stonehaus Winery's more than 18 varieties of wine include sweet white and red muscadines ($10.95–$14.95), a Moonlight cabernet ($19.95), and a very dry pinot gris with citrus overtones ($19.95) that complement chicken, seafood, pork, and more. Stonehaus's popular Tickled Pink sparkling wine, a fruity, semi-sweet labrusca, won Best of Show at the 2009 Wines of the South competition. Stonehaus Winery also showcases homemade fudge, gourmet foods, and educational toys for children and hosts community events, such as concerts, outdoor movie screenings, and frozen-wine-sculpting tournaments.