Come to Hot Springs without spending a fortune if you stay at a low-budget Days Inn Hot Springs that offers rates at 89US$. For those who would like to see Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, choose a hotel such as the affordable Sands Central Inn Hot Springs that is a 10-minute walk away from the city center. 19 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Hot Springs National Park.
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Where to stay in Hot Springs?
Best cheap hotels in Hot Springs
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Consider staying at Embassy Suites Hot Springs - Hotel & Spa, where you'll be within 10 minutes' walking distance of Crystal Springs Mining Co. Situated less than a 15-minute walk from Carmike Central City 10, think about staying at Comfort Inn & Suites, with such amenities as free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Hot Springs
There are 3 options in Hot Springs for the upscale traveler, such as Hilltop Manor Bed And Breakfast and Lookout Point Lakeside Inn to consider in terms of deluxe accommodations. Park Hotel Of Hot Springs is a great original option near Hot Springs Parks and Recreation, it offers a unique boutique hotel experience. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hot Springs, which is also a 20-minute walk away from Lakeshore Church.
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Remodeled Apartment Near Hot Springs Ntl Park offers cozy B&B-style accommodation, complete with horse riding, fishing and free parking. For travelers visiting Hot Springs with children, consider staying at a hotel near Forest Path Gallery, such as Hampton Inn Hot Springs which offers free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. Another good resort hotel in Hot Springs is The Wharf, which offers views of Springs National Park and Hot Springs National Park as well as free self-parking, a picnic area and a seasonal outdoor pool.
City Guide: Discover the best of Hot Springs
Hot Springs is an amazing natural phenomenon.
Born from beauty, Hot Springs doesn't need to tart up its face as it has already evolved from an appealing escape appraised for the curative effect of its thermal springs in the area.
As visitors pack the city year round, you should consider advance booking at Booked.net. From a room in cheap to luxury Hot Springs hotels all are available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Hot Springs can claim more than 47 curative springs, but its main highlight is Hot Springs National Park famous for its stunning beauty. Once it charmed President Andrew Jackson and he ranked Hot Springs as the first National Reservation. With time it has evolved into the only American city ever located within a national park.
In fact, Hot Springs National Park covers years of history and is regarded as the country’s oldest park, so traveling to Hot Springs you bump into the very heart of this ''living museum''. This natural wonder was discovered by the Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto in 1541, but many centuries before Native Americans had already pampered themselves in its warm curative waters.
From its early years people flocked the city to relax and heal. Every day millions gallons of crystal-clear waters flow through the city gradually evaporating as the temperature reaches 140 degF. Due to this Hot Springs seem to be always cloaked in a light translucent mist. Locals say that it converts the process of taking a thermal bath into a spiritual experience.
Away from pampering in the thermal pools, Hot Springs has many recreational opportunities like camping, hiking, and drives in the area or you may hit the city on foot.
Garvan Woodland Gardens, a showplace of the local natural flora and fauna
Mid America Science Museum, the largest science center in Arkansas
Crystal Falls, a place for exciting water rides
Oaklawn Park, a lovely playground to relax and have fun ans enjoy delicious food
Bathhouse Row offers a set of historic buildings to indulge in the old-world architecture
While is is now known for its health benefits Hot Springs saw bloody tribal conflicts for ownership of the springs. This trouble occurred before the arrival of Europeans which brought an end to the hostility between the local tribes and Fred Evans incorporated the springs in 1890.
Since then Hot Springs is no longer a centre of discord, but an appealing and relaxing escape. With a hotel at Booked.net Hot Springs is only a few clicks away.