• Fall at the Crescent Hotel

    We have a long list of reasons to visit the Crescent Hotel in the fall, but we are giving you the scoop on our best-loved activities for any Eureka Springs visitor during autumn.  From stunning foliage to seasonal festivals, you won’t want to miss out on Creating Lifetime Memories with these fun fall favorites. Local Food & Seasonal Drink It wouldn’t be fall without the warm and cozy menu additions at local eateries.   At the Hotel, The Crystal Dining Room will present a  special War Eagle breakfast buffet featuring products of the Ozarks made at the nearby War Eagle Mill.  Buffet dates are October 11 – 17. Around town,…

  • Couples Time

    TRAVEL DEAL: August 15th through September 3rd  Stay in a Suite only pay for a standard room (Sun-Fri.) Check Availability  Use Promo Code COUPLES You made it through summer and the holidays are planned however, your life has become completely crazy and your relationship may have taken a back burner.  At the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa, we know that everyone can use to escape the summer stresses and find some time focused on just the two of you. Time to relax, time to have fun, and time away from that hustle and bustle—we invite you to enjoy “couples time” at Arkansas’ Finest Resort. Couples Time Travel Tips: Relax in…

  • Hotel Operational Protocols

    Please note:  This is past information and no longer in effect.    There has been a dramatic increase in the daily number of new Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations in the state of Arkansas and Carroll County.  In light of these numbers and recognizing their role as a leader in providing responsible travel to Eureka Springs,  the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa and Basin Park Hotel have announced the return of Covid protocols to both hotels.  These are effective Monday, July 19. The following protocols are now in place: Mask and sanitation stations have been re-installed at the hotel entranceways as well as Covid warning signs. Masks are required indoors for:…

  • Eureka Springs Summer Fun

    Best Things About Staying at the Crescent Hotel this Summer

    Haunted Activities Scare up some lifetime memories with a stay at America’s Most Haunted Hotel.  Learn the tales of the Crescent Hotel with guides telling the stories of our resident spirits in the places where they happened, and ending in the dreadful Norman Baker’s notorious morgue, during our walking ghost tour. On our Expert and Expanded ghost tour, you’ll get a tour conducted by our most senior ghost tour guides who share the stories of the spirits at the Crescent Hotel that extends to include tales of the criminal mind of Norman Baker.  You will explore the morgue and learn about the Baker Burial Site (midden) and view the recent…

  • Plan Your Summer Vacation at the Crescent Hotel

    Even today, one thing remaining certain is that family memories are assured on any vacation to Eureka Springs and the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa.  Here are a few tips when planning a return summer vacation to the Ozark Mountain’s go-to place. The Crescent Hotel sits atop Crescent Mountain (ergo the name) and overlooks the Victorian village below; a town of only 2,000 people.  The town, like the hotel, is carved into Northwest Arkansas’ Ozark Mountain terrain.  The pristine woodlands of these hills-n-hollows and the historic town which they surround offer an abundance of memorable family fun.  Ghost Hunting – The Crescent, known as “America’s most haunted hotel”, offers nightly…

  • What’s to Come…Fall Travel

    Crescent Hotel Is Ready for Fall Travelers Following a most successful summer thanks to careful and responsible attention to the safety of guests during these pandemic days, the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa now has turned its focus to be ready for fall travelers.  For it is the fall of the year when this Historic Hotel of America sees its greatest influx of those wanting to escape to Eureka Springs and the Arkansas Ozarks. “We are open to 100 percent capacity in our lodging offering,” said Jack Moyer, general manager, and executive vice president, “while continuing to maintain protocols that reflect social distancing in our restaurants and ghost tours.  Our…

  • Winter Things To Do 2017

    Wintertime in Eureka Springs brings Relaxation, Re-connection and a chance to explore the Ozark landscapes with Discounted Overnight Room Rates. For those looking to reconnect and relax with your spouse or partner, plan some spa time, shop, dine and stay overnight with discounted Winter room rates by 30-45% from the normal season rates.  Click here for availability.  For Great Winter Things To Do, see below… Spa Time The New Moon Spa-Open Daily Spa1905-Open Daily Winter Events ESP Weekend-Jan 6th-8th & 13th-17th Ozark Mountain Music Festival-Jan 19th-22nd Mardi Gras Festival-Feb 16th-28th Winter Attractions Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge-Open Daily 9am-5pm The Great Passion Play Holy Land Tours-Open Monday-Friday 10am & 2pm.  Bible…

  • Eureka Springs Season in Full Swing

    May brings travelers to Eureka Springs, Arkansas with Great Weather, New Attractions Opening for the Season, and Lodging Discounts!  Seniors traveling in May can find discounts on lodging, great dining and evening entertainment.   The opening of The Great Passion Play on Friday, May 1st is complemented by the George Brothers Show opening in Pine Mountain Jamboree and the exciting introduction of Lovin’ Every Minute, a high production show certain to dazzle you with stunning technical effects and music ranging from jazz to classic rock to broadway! Cirque-style acrobatics and performed downtown Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30 pm in the city auditorium. Couples looking to venture on a quick getaway can enjoy good…

  • Outdoor Adventure Week April 24th-28th

    Eureka Springs Tells People “To GET OUT(side)!” Within a twenty mile radius of Downtown, The greater Eureka Springs’ area offers convenient accessibility to a wealth of outdoor activities such as Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, Kings River, White River, Thorncrown Chapel, Blue Springs Heritage Center, Black Bass Lake, Lake Leatherwood, the Hogscald and Big Clifty areas, plus Holiday Island.  For even more activities within this area, there are numerous providers: scenic horseback riding stables, Starkey Park Marina, Beaver Dam Site Park, the 12,000-acre Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, Madison County Game Refuge, War Eagle Mill, War Eagle Cavern, Onyx Cave, Cosmic Caverns, Roaring River State Park and Trout Hatchery, the Mark…