Eureka Springs, Arkansas Hotel
Eureka Springs, Arkansas ~ The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa
Perched high above the Victorian village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas -recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations- is the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa, a palatial structure and landmark hotel known widely as the “symbol of hospitality” for the State of Arkansas and Ozark Mountain region.
Located in the Eureka Springs’ Historic District -home to more than 100 restored Victorian shops, restaurants and galleries- this Victorian hotel is surrounded by hundreds of Victorian cottages, ample green space and hidden trails that connect this tower of native limestone to the Downtown District. The Crescent has retained its 19th-century character: the 14-foot ceilings of the Crystal Ballroom, the elegant and hand-painted lobby, the upscale guest rooms, and the large verandas that allow guests to enjoy the fresh mountain air.
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Don't Miss A Fall Trip to the Ozarks! Find out the lastest Hot Deals for a great Getaway to Eureka Springs. Couples can enjoy an easy escape to a Mountaintop Spa Desination with Great Rooms, Shopping, Restaurants, Relaxing Spa Services and Families can Explore Ghosts, Walking Trails, and Attractions. Get Outdoors for scenic Fall photos, hiking, and biking. This is the place to get married! WEDDING IDEAS.
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Today for Eureka Springs lodging, the full-service Crescent Hotel features 76 rooms including luxury suites and cottages, hot tub and swimming pool, the New Moon Spa & Salon, the 1886 Steakhouse, Sky Bar Gourmet Pizza with al fresco dining, concierge and bellman service, a resort activities coordinator, all surrounded by 15 acres of manicured show gardens and pristine woods with hiking and walking trails. The hotel also offers Daily Activity Programming including a Kids Kamp, Spa Fitness, History Tour, and Back Porch Social. View the Daily Schedule. Discover one of our Hot Deals for maximized savings and added value.
Activities abound in the Greater Eureka Springs area. For Arkansas Outdoor Adventures we are surrounded by Two lakes and three rivers. Art galleries, fun Attractions, unique Shopping, Nightspots, and Restaurants are always a favorite. View the Eureka Springs Calendar of events.
Ride the best bike routes in Arkansas. Located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs is a hub for the best motorcycle rides in the Natural State. Ribbons of highway curl around majestic bluffs and spill over hills revealing breathtaking scenery. Find the most popular rides in Arkansas, biker deals, lodging, and trip planning, click here.
Known as America's Most Haunted Hotel we host nightly ghost tours, BUY GHOST TOUR TICKETS NOW. View our Ghost Videos. Looking for something different? The Crescent Hotel also features Crescent Theatre, performances of a unique collection of Live Theater events relevant to Eureka Springs and its colorful past. Join one of the largest ghost hunts in the country during ESP Weekend (Eureka Springs Paranormal) at the Crescent-the first weekend in January.
For brides, choose from indoor and outdoor Eureka Springs Wedding Ceremony and Reception venues at the Crescent Hotel. We are the only venue that can book the the world-famous Thorncrown Chapel a year out. Many use the chapel for their ceremony and the Crescent Hotel for their rehearsal dinner, wedding dinner and reception, as well as their next day brunch farewell party. Plan a 12-13-14 Wedding!
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