• 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    Please note:  This is past information and no longer in effect.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:…

  • 1886 Crescent Hotel Offering EV Charge Stations

    Our sister property downtown, the historic Basin Park Hotel has placed four ChargePoint CT400 stations in their parking lot located at 101 North Main Street. Charging is available for both overnight guests of the Crescent & Basin Park Hotels and visitors of Eureka Springs. Crescent Hotel overnight guests simply request ChargePoint Access from the front desk. Guests of the Crescent may use the hotel shuttle to pick them up at the ChargePoint location downtown. Guests parked after 7 PM can leave their vehicle in place until the next morning. Non-guests may use the stations via the ChargePoint App.  These Level 2 ChargePoint stations will have a slight fee of $5.00…

  • Hotel Operational Protocols

    Please note, this is past information and no longer in effect Effective June 1: The Basin Park and Crescent Hotels strongly encourage visitors and team members to maintain an aggressive approach to prevention of the spread of Coronavirus through the continued practice of social spacing and usage of masks.  With that said, active cases (1) within the county as well as revised ADH guidance have been reviewed and policies within the hotels are hereby modified: Mask wearing mandates are hereby changed from mandatory to voluntary Tram Tours will be allowed inside the Crescent Hotel Monday – Friday Occupancy of all restaurant and banquet spaces will return to 100% Buffets may return,…

  • May is Preservation Month

    May is Preservation Month!

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation has declared May Preservation Month in order to promote historic places and heritage tourism.    The Crescent Hotel has become synonymous with the work of historic preservation and protecting the irreplaceable.     In honor of Preservation Month, we will be offering a 20% weekday rate Monday-Thursday   Book Now #TellTheFullStory   See a fun snapshot of our history – Click here.   

  • 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…

  • Ways to Relax at the Crescent Hotel

    Find Yourself – With little time these days to take a deep breath and enjoy the moment, an escape to Eureka Springs is the path to finding yourself.  Find peace with a day of invigorating and relaxing spa treatments. Enjoy unparalleled views of the Ozark Mountains from your pedicure chair. Relax in the Hot Tub or by the pool. Read a book in the relaxation room or outside in the garden. Enjoy any set of services that can help bring you back to center at the New Moon Spa & Salon. Revitalize yourself with the Infra-Red Sauna. Complimentary to all spa and salon guests. The infra-red sauna is a private…

  • Spring Break 2021

    EASY WAY TO BECOME THE “COOL MOM” THIS SPRING BREAK This goes out to all mothers of kids who will soon be Spring Breaking: this year win the title of “Cool Mom”.  How?  Bring those children to Eureka Springs’ premier resort hotel: the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa.  Here are some reasons why: Ghost Tours – Kids love paranormal stuff.  That’s why television shows like Ghost Hunters and Ghost Adventures have such a high rating with school-aged children.  (FACTOID: both of the aforementioned tv programs have produced and aired highly popular episodes on the Crescent and its “guests who check out but never leave”!)  The Crescent offers nightly ghost tours. …

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    Year-Round Ways to Relax

    Once famously stated, “Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax.“  This is how that happens in Eureka Springs and at the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa. Here are four suggestions for this year’s winter season to include in your escape to Eureka Springs: 1) Warmth – While it may be chilly outside while roasting a s’more around the campfire at outdoor skating rink, or on a mountain bike ride rolling along an Ozark hillside, warmth awaits back at the hotel proper.  Crescent guests can enjoy the hot tub outside the New Moon Spa or stretch out under the stars soaking your muscles in the 90 degree-plus “hot pool”…

  • Family Fun Continues This Winter at the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa

    When ol’ man winter moves into the Arkansas Ozarks, families can still find fun at their favorite winter mountaintop spa resort hotel, the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa. Why? Two great reasons: the return of ice skating; and great food served family-style, something called ~La Cena.   Ice Skating – The Crescent Hotel proudly announces that on Thursday, January 7 comes the return of one of the most popular activities in which this Historic Hotel of America has ever ventured: an outdoor skating rink with natural ice.  “We create lifetime memories,” said Jack Moyer, hotel executive vice president and general manager, “and that is the reason why our hotel decided…