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Motel 6 Van Buren

1716 Fayetteville Rd I-40 at Fayetteville Road, Exit #5, Van Buren, United States Show Map
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Check in from 2:00 PM / Check out prior to 12:00 AM

Motel 6 Van Buren: Find photos, reviews, information, amenities and compare prices for 1 stars hotels in Van Buren, United States.

Hotel description

Motel 6 Van Buren offers a comfortable setting when in Van Buren. This comfortable motel also provides a swimming pool and an outdoor pool, and is located within easy driving distance of Fort Smith and Alma.

There are a range of amenities at Motel 6 Van Buren on offer to guests, such as 24-hour reception, room service and a golf course. Wi-Fi is also available.

There are 92 modern rooms at the motel, each providing all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.

The location of Motel 6 Van Buren permits easy access to multiple tourist attractions on foot. University of Arkansas - Fort Smith is only a short drive from the motel.

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Room Service, Pet Friendly, Air Conditioned, Cable / Satellite TV, TV
Services
24 Hour Reception, Wake-up Service, Laundry service
Activities
Swimming pool, Golf Course, Pool Outdoor
Internet
High-speed Internet, Internet Connection (wireless)
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Overall Rating:
6.88/10
Cleanliness:
7.88/10
Service:
7.81/10
Amenities:
6.56/10
Location:
8/10
Food:
6.9/10
Rooms:
7.69/10

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