Find peace in the Ouachita Mountains, where the many natural hot springs run down to Hot Springs, Arkansas. The legendary spring water is rumoured to have medicinal properties. This spa town has art deco style and an interesting past of gangster history. Enjoy the marvels of this surprising small gem in the expansive state of Arkansas. Hot Springs is both a spa and an arts town, so enjoy the best of both worlds.
The wide array of activities in the Hot Springs National Park make the town a joy to visit. The National Park is known for its 47 hot springs that derive from the mountains, and are supposedly healing. Spend the day at Lake Ouachita, where the expansive crystal clear water is your foundation for boating and exploring the islands. Hike the Hot Springs Mountains, whether you’re a beginner or an avid hiker. Go up to the observation tower for amazing views. Bathhouse Row has eight turn-of-the century bathhouse buildings and gardens on Central Avenue. The Buckstaff Bathhouse and Quapaw Bathhouse are the most popular, and are housed in the most bustling area in town. Enjoy relaxation, pampering, and even a rejuvenating massage as part of the dreamy spa services. Hot Springs is not just an aquatic, but a cultural hot spot. The Hot Springs Music Festival, hosted every year in June, brings hundreds of international, classic musicians to the town. The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival is world renowned, and draws all kinds of famous filmmakers in October.
Historic Little Rock is an hour away from Hot Springs. Little Rock’s city vibe is a change of pace from your spa vacation. Enjoy the cosmopolitan at the Arkansas Arts Centre, the biggest art museum in the state. The museum is full of works of art, both large and local. While in Little Rock, you have to see the Little Rock Central High School, which is now infamous as a place of desegregation in the 50’s. Take a trip to a more rustic kind of spa at El Dorado, two hours away from Hot Springs. Known as “the oasis in the desert,” El Dorado lives up to its name as you strike relaxation gold. El Dorado is above a hot spring of mineral water, and has a stronger connection to its Native American culture. El Dorado is more of a camping spot than a high-class resort, as you can bathe amongst the rocks — right there in the desert.
Tripping.com has hundreds of rentals for you to settle into in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Whether poolside, lakeside, or close to the spas — you’re never far from water in Hot Springs. Draw out your spa experience by staying at a top notch hotel, rental, or historic home.
Intracity Transit has busses that operate from 6am to 6pm during the week, but don’t run on Sundays. A car would be useful if you plan on exploring the area, and you may even want to drive down to Hot Springs if you’re a few hours away. Relaxing walks in the spa-town go a long way!
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The average price of a nightly rental in Hot Springs is $242 while the average price of a weekly rental is $25. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Hot Springs home is $950.
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