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Top attractions to visit in Eureka Springs
- Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
- Thorncrown Chapel
- Christ of the Ozarks
- Beaver Lake
- St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church
Best Day tours in Eureka Springs
- Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway
- Ozark Mountain Ziplines
- Starkey Marina
- Eureka Springs Historic District Tram Tours
- Haunted Eureka Springs
1. The Palace Hotel and Bath House Spa 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Eureka Springs
This historic property in Eureka Springs, Arkansas features an in-room continental breakfast and rooms with free Wi-Fi access.
European style and antique furnishings are showcased in each elegant suite at The Place Hotel and Bath House Spa. A stocked refrigerator, a coffee machine, and a TV with cable channels are also featured in all rooms.
Guests can enjoy a mineral bath in a claw foot tub or a soothing steam treatment in a wood barrel steam cabinet at The Palace Bath House Spa. Massage therapy and facials are also available.
Dating to 1901, this quaint hotel built of the local rusticated limestone is 0.4 miles from Main Street’s shops and eateries and 11.6 miles from Beaver Dam.
Rooms featuring Victorian antiques have stocked mini fridges, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, plus whirlpool tubs.
A century-old bathhouse spa offers vintage and modern therapeutic treatments. There is also complimentary continental breakfast and parking is available.
One king-sized bed with very comfy mattress (daughter slept in sleeping bag on the floor) and plenty of pillows with various amounts of fluff. Two nightstands with lamps by the bed. Also in the front room—a table with two chairs and fresh flowers, a chest of drawers with mirror and visitor guides, a loveseat big enough for three, a TV, a wet bar with coffee/maker, glass vase for full-sized champagne bottles, mini-fridge with freezer (with mini ice bucket and tongs in it), stocked with mini champagne, crackers, spreadable cheese on plate with cheese spreader, two of each Coke/Diet Coke/water/Sprite, two champagne flutes, and about 25 little flavored creamers. Two coffee, two decaf, spoons, a wine bottle opener, glasses, sugar, sweetener. Twelve foot ceilings, a ceiling fan/light, and plenty of open area. Room is about 20’x25′ I’m guessing.
The back room, about the same size, has a makeup table with mirror, two robes and sets of houseshoes, a lit makeup mirror, a wardrobe with hangers, iron/board, hairdryer, and jacuzzi tub big enough for two, with a shower curtain that goes around it if you want to shower.
Attached to that is a half-bath with sink and toilet. Plenty of towels, battery-operated “candles” by tub, bath salts, soap, shampoo, etc.
Both rooms have lots of windows with blinds; front room has window a/c that works very well! Breakfast is brought to your room when you call (between 8-11am).
There is a spa downstairs with massages, facials, etc. The elevator is original (not operated) but fun to look at. The hotel is at one end of the downtown area of Eureka Springs, so it’s pretty quiet. Two well-landscaped springs are nearby, as is the post office.
Free wifi. One of the oldest neon signs this side of the Mississippi. Nearby parking. Fun find! We walked to downtown and saw lots of neat sights.
How much does a room costs at The Palace Hotel and Bath House Spa?
Prices start 170$/night for King Room with Spa Bath.
Featuring a spa bath, this room also offers a refrigerator, cable TV, and coffee-making facilities.
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2. Sherwood Court Inn 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Eureka Springs Arkansas
Located in Eureka Springs, within 1.5 miles of Eureka Springs Historic District and 3.7 miles of The Great Passion Play, Sherwood Court Inn provides accommodation with a garden and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free private parking for guests who drive. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Rooms have a patio with views of the garden.
All units at the motel include air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, dvd player, and a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. At Sherwood Court Inn each room includes a seating area.
As Unique & Eclectic as Eureka, escape to Sherwood Court, one of Eureka Springs’ most unique properties, and relax in our serene wooded hollow that’s only minutes from downtown, Beaver & Leatherwood lakes, hiking and mountain bike trails… and much much more! Imagine staying in your own “little house”, one of our awesome cottages, each with it’s own theme, to best fit your preferences, tastes or needs — from the romantic cottages with whirlpools, single or double cottages to our kitchenette cottage, and our affordable single and double guest rooms.
Every Cottage is different, all queen beds and flat screen TV’s. There are several outdoor sitting areas with fire pits and swings for relaxing. A quiet gazebo for reading and deer watching.
Casual lodging offering cozy rooms & cottages, plus flower gardens & free weekend breakfast.
I have been recommending Sherwood court to all my friends and family! I can’t wait to go back and stay again!
The room was very beautifully decorated, the rooms clean and the customer service excellent. Roger and Debbie were very attentive to our needs.
The rates are very competitive for the area: I’d say an excellent bargain. They also have a trolley stop at their location, so you can leave your car behind and explore the narrow streets of downtown in comfort!
An extra bonus for my niece and I was the cat, Sherwood, who prowls the grounds looking out for the guests.
This visit we stayed in the log cabin, and it was fantastic. Built in 1930, the inside still shows the logs and with a cozy fireplace, vaulted ceiling with highly polished beams, and a heart shaped jacuzzi tub for two overlooking a beautiful little glen, it was just what we were looking for. It was relaxing, charming, clean and I’d stay there again in a heartbeat. The bed was comfortable with nice linens and the bathroom was well stocked with fluffy towels and warm robes.
The Innkeepers are a lovely couple who really enjoy what they’re doing and are attentive to the needs of their guests, both two and four-legged. Patrick and Stacey are charming people and their care is evident through all of the little touches; breakfast on weekends, decor, fire pits ready for an evening or a conversation.
We’re very much looking forward to our next visit. The hardest part will be choosing which cottage.
How much does a room costs at Sherwood Court Inn?
This suite features a microwave, spa bath and minibar.
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3. 1905 Basin Park Hotel 3* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Eureka Springs AK
Featuring Spa1905 on site, this Eureka Spring, Arkansas hotel was built in 1905 and is adjacent to the Downtown -N- Underground Walking Tour. Free Wi-Fi is available in the guest rooms.
Cable TV and coffee facilities are offered in every room at the 1905 Basin Park Hotel. The historic guest rooms feature bright accents.
Dining at the Basin Park 1905 hotel is available at The Balcony Restaurant. Traditional American fare is offered along with views of Spring Street.
Set in the quaint shopping district of a spa town, this 1905 upscale hotel’s rugged limestone building is next to the historic Basin Spring.
Rooms have Mission-style decor and private bathrooms; suites add whirlpool tubs and/or mini fridges and microwaves.
A casual American restaurant has balcony views, and the top floor features a billiards bar. There’s also a day spa, sundeck and hot tub, plus a ballroom. A resort fee covers parking (free shuttle to hotel lot), WiFi and history tours.
At the Spring where it all began, The 1905 Basin Park Hotel is Downtown Eureka Springs’ full service lodging option featuring the Spa1905, the Balcony Bar and Restaurant, Lucky 7 Billiards & Bar, Ghost Tour and Jacuzzi Suites. As well as complimentary shuttle, free parking, security, and a 24-hour front desk and bellman service.
The hotel is in easy walking distance to over 20 restaurants and bars as well as plentiful shopping and people watching. As a guest of the Basin Park Hotel you get 2 FREE tickets to the Downtown -N- Underground Tour.
Firstly, it’s a nice historic hotel. It does not have a grand lobby. Our deluxe room -508 – had a nice sitting room with a fridge, microwave, & TV. There is a ceiling fan but no a/c in that room. The bedroom was an adequate size to allow a queen bed and 2 bedside tables. There is an a/c and a small closet. The bathroom was delux! Nicely remodeled with a beautiful shower and a separate tub. The vanity is small if you are traveling with your spouse and you have lots of toiletries.
The location is excellent right among all the little shops. Because it’s an ancient village, there is no parking nearby so 1) there is no real place to stop and unload and 2) you must Park in the provided lot about a half mile away, down a very steep hill. They provide shuttle service but of course you feel obligated to tip each ride. They charge a daily resort fee even tho during Covid there were no activities. Being there in the fall, the temps were nice but I would never want to be there in the heat of summer without Central a/c. You would burn up in the sitting room, the bathroom, and the hallways.
This is a nice place to stay for the historical experience. The Spa is great and we really enjoyed our massages. I loved the bathroom in our spa room, highly recommend booking one of those. Very quiet and relaxing experience! The bed was one of the most comfortable I have ever slept on in a hotel.
Room was a nice size, freshly painted, beautiful new modern wallpaper, clean carpet, nice furnishings, really comfortable bed, gutted and completely remodeled bathroom with a huge shower, nice table with complimentary ozark water, nice hotel guide with menus, nice sitting area with a lovely book on Eureka Springs, nice architectural features showcasing the old electrical wiring as a piece of art, awesome mirror in bathroom with dimming lights that when dimmed shows wood supports in the walls which is a beautiful display of art, new large Samsung LED television, furniture is high end with quiet shutting drawers like high end kitchens have with real granite countertops, mini fridge, a ton of outlets and USB chargers, we had a 3 bay window with a absolutely beautiful view of downtown very picturesque! The room has a new top of the line train air conditioner which is very quiet and works really well.
The lobby of the hotel is simple beautiful with tall ceilings and cedar beams with nice molding. The lobby has newly upholstered furniture, quaint fireplace, a cool time capsule, guest computer, and a nice little area with pictures and historical objects from the hotel. I honestly can’t say anything negative about this hotel. All we have to do is slip our robes on and walk right over to the spa for our couples massage. The lady at the desk was extremely friendly and helpful. The shuttle driver was also very polite.
How much does a room costs at 1905 Basin Park Hotel?
Features cable TV and coffee facilities.
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