Sponsored: Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa
What to know
The historic Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa is the largest hotel in Arkansas with almost 500 rooms and suites and has hosted icons such as Al Capone, Babe Ruth, Johnny Cash, Marilyn Monroe and Presidents John F. Kennedy, Theodore Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton.
Since 1875 The Arlington has been hosting guests as one of the South’s premiere resorts…truly an American Treasure.
From our grand hotel lobby and famous bar, to our elegant Venetian Dining Room, to the beautiful Crystal Ballroom, The Arlington has everything you’d want in a historic hotel and more! The Arlington is still operating it's original Thermal Water Bathhouse on the third floor where you can rejuvenate in the mineral water of the hot springs and relax with a massage. Also be sure to visit the Hot Springs Spa and Salon in the Mall Level for all you salon and spa needs.The Arlington also has several dining options available including our award-winning Sunday Brunch and Friday Night Seafood Buffet, both in the historic Venetian Dining Room. Prime Time in the Fountain Room is a fine dining experience you won't want to miss, featuring prime rib carved tableside and served on on Saturday nights. Or grab a quick bite and your favorite drink at our Lobby Bar and enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday night!
Looking to host a group function such as banquets, conferences, corporate meetings, weddings, etc.? The Arlington has you covered with over 37,000 square feet of meeting and event space. From small intimate meeting room to larger ballrooms, we have a space for every event whether you have 5 people or 500!
Outside the front door is the National Park’s famed Bathhouse Row and a grand stroll through history and beauty. Across the street are museums, antique and art galleries, unique restaurants and live entertainment.
There is only one Hot Springs and at its heart is The Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa.
- Jazz Club
- Blues Club
- Cocktail Bar
- Fine Dining Restaurant
- Local Dining
- Hiking Trailhead
- Handicap Accessible
- Historic Site
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