Places to Stay in Hot Springs
There are many interesting places to stay while in Hot Springs. A chance to stay on Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park is available at the Hale Bathhouse, one of the former bathhouses on the famous row. Built in the early 1890s, this historic boutique hotel at 341 Central Avenue was originally a bathhouse connected to one of the local hot springs the city is famous for. Known as the Hale Bathhouse, it stands out as the oldest visible structure on Bathhouse Row today. The boutique hotel has a Classic Revival style exterior and the interior now has been renovated to include a stylish mix of modern and mid-century modern.
The Arlington Resort Hotel and Spa is a landmark of Hot Springs. The building’s Spanish-Colonial architecture and two domed towers are an eye-catching sight as one ventures down Central Avenue. The hotel is also the largest hotel in Arkansas.
The Hot Springs Treehouses offer a quiet retreat among nature that is only minutes from downtown. Lookout Point Lakeside Inn overlooks Lake Hamilton. A place in Hot Springs National Park to camp and RV is also available at Gulpha Gorge campground which operates on a first come first serve basis.
These are just a few of the many options you can stay at while in Hot Springs. Check our listings for more options of places to stay in Hot Springs.