Plan Your Stay
Plan Your Stay
Credit Card Authorization Form and Direct Bill Application
Upon arrival, we require a government-issued ID or drivers license in addition to a physical swipe of either a credit or debit card. The Burgundy Hotel requests that guests be at least 21 years of age to rent a room.
If you will not have a physical credit or debit card upon arrival -OR- if you would like to pay for a guest's stay, you may submit a payment before the guest's arrival date via PayPal. Please note that Paypal payments must be received before check in for the total of room and tax charges. Guest must have a card at check-in for incidentals.
- If payment is not received and confirmed by check-in, the guest will be responsible for providing a credit or debit card for all charges.
If your company will be bringing guests to The Burgundy Hotel on a routine basis, we'd love to set up a direct bill account for you! This method of payment requires only a government-issued ID or drivers license from your guests upon arrival- no payment required from them unless they will be responsible for their own incidental charges.
-OR- if you would like to pay for a guest's stay for your business needs, you may fill out the below form and send it to us prior to you or your guest's arrival date. Please note that in order for this form to be valid, you must:
- Indicate whether the card will be paying for all charges or just room and tax. If only room and tax are selected, the guest will be required to provide a credit or debit card for incidental charges.
- IMPORTANT: Provide a copy of the government-issued ID or drivers license associated with the card on the form in addition to front and back copies of the credit/debit card being used on the form.
Send completed direct bill application and credit card authorization form to:
If your guest will arrive in time for the hotel to receive the form via regular mail, you may send the completed form to:
The Burgundy Hotel
1501 Merrill Drive
Little Rock, AR 72211
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