Extended Stay America - Fayetteville - Owen Dr.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsExtended Stay America - Fayetteville - Owen Dr.
This hotel was nice for an extended visit. It has a full kitchen, minus a stove, and facilities for doing our laundry. The staff was very kind and helpful, even when we set off the smoke alarm while trying to heat up pop-tarts in the toaster.
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