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    Arkansas Hotel & Resort Travel Guide

    Packed with natural beauty, it's no wonder Arkansas is nicknamed The Natural State. It is home to sparkling caverns, wild and scenic rivers, and mountaintop vistas, and many quaint towns and picturesque villages provide a base for your adventures. Whether you are shopping for unique treasures or digging for diamonds, a comfortable home away from home makes your trip a true vacation. Resorts in Arkansas offer whatever level of simplicity or luxury you desire. Let help you find the right Arkansas hotels to satisfy your vacation dreams.

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    When to Visit

    Summer is the most popular season to visit this great state. The long, lazy days give travelers plenty of time to explore, and the heat makes rivers and springs especially appealing. Spring is the best season for whitewater rafting as rain-swollen rivers give an exhilarating ride, and the mild temperatures make any outdoor activities more pleasant. Fall in Arkansas brings an explosion of beautiful colors in the foliage, and while most of the state's attractions are open year-round, you'll find cheaper rates during the winter season.

    What to Do

    If you're looking to indulge in the history and culture that Arkansas has to offer, Ozark Folk Center State Park gives visitors a glimpse into the fascinating Southern Mountain Culture. Learn how these hardy and self-sufficient people made furniture, created tintype photos, and crafted their own tools. Discover the story of America’s folk music with historical songs and instruments. Of course, you can’t fully experience this region without sampling the food, so be sure to try some possum pie or biscuits with chocolate gravy.

    A more affluent way of life is preserved at Lakeport Plantation, an antebellum mansion on the Mississippi where battlefields offer a lesson in Civil War history. Many caves in the state offer guided tours and they are well worth a visit as well. Blanchard Spring Caverns is one of the most accessible, and beautiful lighted walkways highlight the gorgeous formations. Visitors are awed by huge underground rooms, larger than six football fields.

    Where to Stay

    Arkansas resorts are as varied and welcoming as the state’s people. Rustic cabins give you a chance to get away from it all while modern hotels in Arkansas offer amenities that include spas, golf courses, on-site restaurants, and Wi-Fi. Some family resorts are even pet friendly. No matter what you are looking for, will find the ideal match for your vacation.

    For the perfect honeymoon, find a romantic room in Eureka Springs, a Victorian village nestled in the Ozark Mountains. Unique shops dwell in historic buildings that seem to be built right into the cliffs. Tearooms and restaurants offer tasty delicacies, and the selection of quality bed-and-breakfasts is remarkable. At resorts in the Ouachita Mountains and on Ouachita Lake, you can choose between an outdoor adventure and a pampered spa vacation. Little Rock, the state capital, boasts the state’s most cosmopolitan lodgings.

    Visit Hot Springs for a dip in the mineral baths. All of the hotels in Hot Springs are close to the park because it is the only city in the United States that's entirely inside a national park! The choices are plentiful, but will search the flights to Arkansas and virtually every hotel in Arkansas to find the best vacation the state has to offer.

    Geography of Arkansas

    Arkansas is home to two ancient mountain ranges, the Ouachita and Ozark Mountains. Over millions of years, the outer skins have worn away, exposing the hearts of these once-colossal ranges. In the delta, cotton and rice fields slope down toward the Mississippi river. Originally a swampland, hard labor drained the area to create the plains you see today. The Timberlands of Southern Arkansas are a sportsman's paradise, featuring rivers teeming with bass and forests full of deer.

    Don't miss out on all that Arkansas has to offer. Check today to plan your next vacation.

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    Hotels in Little Rock

    Legacy Hotel and Suites - Little Rock Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Legacy Hotel and Suites

    625 W Capitol Ave, Little Rock - Map
    "Nice surprise and it is an historical landmark too"
    We were very happy with the Legacy. It is a great old style hotel with some nice updates. The location was great easy to get to the river and restaurants. We would certainly stay there again. the hotel staff was very friendly and helpful.
    Traveller from Carlsbad, CA
    Situated in Little Rock, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mosaic Templars Cultural Center and Arkansas State Capitol …More
    Courtyard by Marriott Little Rock Downtown - Little Rock Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Courtyard by Marriott Little Rock Downtown

    521 President Clinton Ave, Little Rock - Map
    "Great hotel in the River Market District"
    Walking distance to many restaurants, bars, music venues, the Clinton Presidential Library, Downtown, River Market. Very nice hotel.
    Traveller from Arkansas
    Located in the heart of Little Rock, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Arkansas Museum of Discovery and William J …More
    Little Rock Marriott - Little Rock Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Little Rock Marriott

    3 Statehouse Plaza, Little Rock - Map
    "No closet"
    We arrived a bit early at noon) and we were told that there is a room ready for us but it is a handicap accessible room. We said that it should not be a problem. The room was nice and spacious but there was no closet, not even hangers anywhere. There were no drawers either, just some shelving. So we did not unpack our luggage, which was not a major issue because we stayed only for one night. There was only decaf coffee provided with the coffee maker, but we drank coffee at the small Starbucks in the hotel. I hope the other rooms are better equipped; we were not warned about the absence of storage in the handicap accessible room. Otherwise it is a nice hotel
    A Traveller
    Located in the River Market District, this Little Rock hotel is connected to the Statehouse Convention Center and is less …More

    Hotels in Bentonville - Fayetteville

    Staybridge Suites Fayetteville/Univ Of Arkansas - Fayetteville Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Staybridge Suites Fayetteville/Univ Of Arkansas

    1577 W 15th St, Fayetteville - Map
    "Convienent for our stay"
    Hotel was nice. I didn't like shower. You had to squat down to get under water.
    Traveller from arkansas
    This family-friendly Fayetteville hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Randal Tyson Track Center and Baum Stadium. Donald W …More
    Inn at the Mill, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member - Springdale Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    Inn at the Mill, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member

    3906 Great House Springs Road, Springdale - Map
    "They fed us well!"
    Staff could not have been nicer and more accommodating...
    A Traveller
    This family-friendly Springdale hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Blessings Golf Club, Northwest Arkansas Mall, and Ozark Center …More
    The Chancellor Hotel - Fayetteville Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    The Chancellor Hotel

    70 N East Ave, Fayetteville - Map
    "Classy and Modern Hotel "
    Very classy and modern hotel near boutiques and farmer's market. Only a few minutes of University of Arkansas. The bar is gorgeous. The restaurant inside looks nice, but I didn't actually have a meal there. The pool looks better in pictures, but it's not terrible. The room was so clean and very modern. The TV was a bit small for such a spacious room, but that really wasn't a bother. The evening staff guy, a student at U of A, was so great! He was so helpful and went out of his way to make sure we had everything we needed and knew where we were going. However, the girl who was there in the morning was slightly awful. We asked for even a 30 minute late check out because I had a baby and needed extra time and she said no. Her "no" was fine with me, but her saying it in a rude manner was unnecessary. Then at 11:00 as we packed ourselves out I realized not a single person was on our floor for housekeeping and we could have very obviously had a little bit of a late check out. They don't have continental breakfast, but you could get breakfast at the restaurant downstairs. They also had coffee in the room, but no complimentary coffee in the lobby. I mean if Holiday Inn could do it, you'd think a much nicer hotel would provide at least coffee. That said, the accommodations were so great and the initial staff that checked us in were awesome. I will go back to this hotel and I will tell others in my office to use it for business as well.
    Traveller from Missouri
    This family-friendly Fayetteville hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fayetteville Downtown Square and University of …More

    Hotels in Hot Springs

    Park Hotel of Hot Springs - Hot Springs Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Park Hotel of Hot Springs

    211 Fountain Street, Hot Springs - Map
    "If you like hotels with character . . ."
    If you are looking for the Hampton Inn or Marriott this place would not be for you. If you like character and soul, stay at the Park. Close to Bath House Row, the Promenaide and the Ohio Club, its a great place to stay. The rooms are small, the bathrooms crowded and there are louvers in the WOOD does which lets you hear your neighbors getting busy. But that is why you stay in a place like The Park.
    Traveller from Phoenix, Az.
    This family-friendly Hot Springs hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Hot Springs National …More
    Austin Hotel & Convention Center - Hot Springs Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Austin Hotel & Convention Center

    305 Malvern Ave, Hot Springs - Map
    "Definitely pet friendly - there was a dog show"
    We chose this hotel because it was one of the few hotels in Hot Springs that was a) pet friendly b) not sold out c) did not have terrifying reviews about spiders lurking around air conditioning units. The hotel served its purpose by being a decent place to pass out after an 8 mile hike with our wiener dog. The added bonus was that they did not charge a pet fee, since there just so happened to be a dog show that weekend in the convention center. Seeing Maltese Terriers with better hair than mine, romping around wearing plastic curlers in the lobby, was most pleasing.
    A Traveller
    This family-friendly Hot Springs hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Hot Springs Convention Center …More
    Candlewood Suites Hot Springs - Hot Springs Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Candlewood Suites Hot Springs

    3404 Central Ave, Hot Springs - Map
    "Nice hotel, felt like a mini apartment."
    Pretty good overall. My only sort of complaint would be the pillows, but I'm picky.
    A Traveller
    Situated in Hot Springs, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Oaklawn Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of Bathhouse Row and Hot …More