Arkansas’ Symbol of Hospitality is in Eureka Springs.
Perched high above the Victorian village on a 15-acre Ozark mountaintop is a Historic Hotel of America, the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa. This palatial structure and landmark is known widely as Arkansas' “Symbol of Hospitality”.
The icon for Eureka Springs' lodging, the full-service Crescent Hotel features 72 guest rooms with upscale suites plus four cabin-like treehouse cottages. Guests of this acclaimed mountaintop spa resort enjoy grand vistas, daily resort activities, hot tub and swimming pool, New Moon Spa & Salon, Crystal Dining Room Restaurant, SkyBar Gourmet Pizza, concierge and bellman service, manicured gardens, and biking and walking trails adjacent to the city's Bark Park, Skatepark, and children's Playground.
"Creating Lifetime Memories" since 19th century, the hotel -which is pet friendly- welcomes all visitors while exceeding expectations on weddings, small groups and special events.
An attraction in itself, this resort is oftentimes referred to as "America's Most Haunted Hotel". Interesting sights and thrilling tales are common as the hotel shares its history with a compelling archive display, Crescent College Museum, paranormal events and nightly ghost tours. NOTE: tours often sell out, so tickets may be purchased in advance at ReserveEureka.com.