Eureka Springs, Arkansas Resort
The Symbol of Arkansas Hospitality is in Eureka Springs
The icon for Arkansas lodging and hospitality is the Crescent Hotel. Since 1886 this resort hotel has been welcoming families, couples, brides, meeting delegates and business travelers to its Ozark mountaintop location.
As an Ozark mountaintop spa resort, The Crescent is surrounded by 15 acres of both pristine woodlands perfect for hiking and formal gardens ideal for romantic walks with full service and casual dining, swimming pool, hot tub and the most expansive spa facility in Eureka Springs. Building on its impressive history, the Crescent Hotel underwent a renaissance in 1997 when Marty and Elise Roenigk purchased the hotel. Since that time more than $10 million has gone into the refurbishing, upgrading and preservation of this treasure, ensuring its place on the list of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. A proud member of Historic Hotels of America, the Crescent in the last decade has seen the addition of the Conservatory, the New Moon Spa and Salon, 1886 Steakhouse with its award-winning wine cellar, Sky Bar Gourmet Pizza, and the ultimate in cabin-like lodging: the Cottages in Crescent Park, multi-bedroom lodge-style units complete with living rooms, kitchens, and private decks all just steps away from the Crescent and all of its resort lodging amenities.
One of the tenets of the Crescent Hotel credo is “Protecting the Irreplaceable,” another is “Creating Lifetime Memories.” A dedicated staff of resort lodging professionals is working hard to protect this Eureka Springs AR historic landmark as a delightful vacation destination so the lifetime memories you make at the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa are indeed irreplaceable.