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Balloon Rally & Three Dog Night Concert, September 23-24, Hot Springs

September 4th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

Hot Air Balloons gather from across the US for the Legends Balloon Rally

Hot Springs Balloon

held September 23-24 at the Hot Springs airport. The Rally is a fun event for all ages. Don’t miss the spectacularly beautiful balloon

Legends Balloon Glow

glow on Friday & Saturday evenings. The balloons are a big enough draw, however we’re also going to hear great music. The Charlie Daniels Band performs Friday night, and Three Dog Night are in concert on Saturday.

Best of all, it’s FREE! Just bring your own lawn chairs. Or if you forget yours, we’ll loan you a couple of chairs, when you’re staying at our Hot Springs bed & breakfast.

August Amazing Deal: Sunset Room

August 9th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

The Sunset Room, a beautiful room on the second floor,

Lookout Point Sunset Room

Great view from the Sunset Room

is offered Sun-Thur nights in August for $70 off per night. This Queen Deluxe Room with a whirlpool tub for two, an all-season fireplace, and lovely sitting area, is not our least expensive room for the remainder of August. Of course, a gourmet breakfast and daily Innkeepers Reception is included in the rate.

Beautiful room

The room is perfect for a  quiet retreat, business trip, or romantic getaway to our Hot Springs B & B. Why the special, you wonder? The room does not have a deck, so we’re making this offer to you!

See “Marilyn Monroe” May 4-15 in Hot Springs!

April 26th, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

The new Arkansas Theatre Works presents Marilyn–Forever Blonde, the Marilyn Monroe story told through her own words and songs.

Marilyn: Forever Blonde

Marilyn at the Arkansas Theatre Works

We’re excited about this new live theatre venue in Hot Springs.  The opening season features 5 great shows.

Marilyn–Forever Blonde captures rave revues, and features Sunny Thompson in the role of Marilyn.

Of course, you’re invited to stay at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn, and enjoy the show.

“It is a haunting image that Sunny Thompson creates.  Every nuance, every eye blink, every gorgeous gown and her walk is Marilyn.  This is truly one of the greatest performances of the modern stage.”  San Francisco Online Daily News


First Ever 8th Annual World’s Shortest St. Patricks Day Parade!

February 23rd, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

That’s right! The First Ever 8th Annual World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held in Hot Springs, Arkansas on March 17th. But don’t think that something so short isn’t worth your time. The Leprechauns will not take that lightly! The event is recognized by the Southeast Tourism Society as one of the top 20 events in the Southeast. In addition the Smithsonian has named #1 in the way of the most unusual celebrations of the holiday. Irish Central named it “the wackiest”. Now you know you want to be a part of it! Have a stay at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn and be there for this year’s round of recognition.

The festivities will last well into the evening with live music and a street dance starting at 7:30 to finish it off. Of course this will follow other events like the Blarney Stone Kissing contest at 4:30, and the parade itself lasts for and hour starting at 6:30. Get a good spot for viewing by making sure you arrive by 6:00 when the festivities kick off!

This year’s Grand Marshal will be none other than one John Corbett!

Grand Marshal of The World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade 2011

You know him from popular television shows such as Parenthood, Sex and the City and Northern Exposure. He will not only serve as Grand Marshal but also will provide the after-entertainment for the street dance by performing with his band!

The parade is held on Bridge Street in downtown Hot Springs. All 98ft of Bridge Street earned it the title of the World’s Shortest Street from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not in the 1940′s. Sounds like a great location for a parade, right?! Over 30,000 people seem to think so. They flock to the site each year to celebrate the holiday.

Why not join them this year? Come and have a relaxing stay in one of these luxurious rooms at our bed and breakfast. We will make sure you are well rested and geared up for wearing green!

Winter is winding down, but we still have specials for you to share with your special someone!

January 21st, 2011 by Kristie Rosset

Although every stay will let you enjoy a scrumptious 3 course breakfast by the fire, we are excited to offer our guests two more extraordinary values!

Breakfast and a Fireplace

-January and February Specials here at the inn! Stay 3 nights, Sunday-Thursday and you get to go home with a set of our luxurious microfiber sheets! How completely splendid? The pampering from our bed & breakfast will follow you all the way home!

“And what does February have in store?” you may ask. We believe that February is for Lovers! During this month a 2 night stay, Sunday- Thursday, will get you complimentary sparkling wine along with a 1/2 dozen chocolate covered strawberries! We will even have them waiting in your room upon arrival.

Just give us a call here at the inn, we would be happy to make a reservation for you. You can book online quickly and painlessly through our website. Don’t forget to ask about our current specials!

Hot Springs Motorcycle Rally Sept 9-11

September 3rd, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Join thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts for the Hot Springs Rally, Sept. 9-11.  Hot Springs Motorcyle Rally 2009 Included in the weekend activities are the parade through downtown Hot Springs, three concerts, bike show, and loads of fun.  The noise and events happen in downtown Hot Springs.

Yet tucked away on the lake, you’ll find a haven of peace & quiet on Lake Hamilton.  A place to soak tired muscles after riding bikes all day, in your bubbling whirlpool tub.  Plus, your bikes may be safely parked under our covered carport.  Give us a call at 866-525-6155 to reserve your room for the rally!

Antique Motorcycle Cannonball Run Lands in Hot Springs

August 26th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Antique motorcycles in Hot Springs58 cyclists roar into Hot Springs, Arkansas on Sept. 16-18 for the Cannonball Endurance Run. Only pre-1916 motorcycles are allowed to participate in the race. The rally departs Kitty Hawk, N.C. on the east coast, and ends on the Santa Monica pier.

The only day of rest for the motorcyclists is Sept 17 in Hot Springs!  These amazing antique bikes will be on display, after the welcoming celebration on Sept. 16.

Our boutique hotel/inn makes a great place to rest during this exciting event!

Tulip Extravaganza at Garvan Woodland Gardens

March 26th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Tulips.  100,000.  Every color, size and shape.  Really, it’s a drop-dead gorgeous stroll through the Garvan Gardens From now through April 4, the Tulip Extravanganza is in full bloom.

Honestly, the beauty takes my breath away.  These gorgeous gardens herald hope, joy, and vitality.

Of course, the gardens at Lookout Point are bursting forth with spring’s promise.  Forsythias, early azaleas, daffodils, and phlox are in blooming proudly.  Come see us!

Kristie

Daffodils Days at Garvan Woodland Gardens

February 4th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Nothing heralds the beginning of springtime like the first blooms of spring!  Last week on a walk in the park, Ray & I saw a proud, yellow jonquil and I immediately felt more hopeful.

Hundreds of thousands of daffodils stand in full glory at the Garvan Gardens Daffodil Days.  From February 15 through March 7th, bask in the glorious display of color as more than 175,000 daffodils are showcased. Take a walk to the Three Sisters of Amity Daffodil Hill and see Mother Nature at her best with this magnificent showcase of yellow and white daffodils!

Of course, the Lookout Point gardens will be soon bursting forth with color also. We look forward to seeing you in the spring.

Kristie

Winter’s Beauty Arrives in Hot Springs

January 30th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Winter scenes from the inn.

Photo on left, a few days before the winter storm came through Arkansas.  The grass almost looks like a sandy beach!

Last night a lovely dusting of snow fell, yet the roads were in great condition around the inn and to the south.  The birds are hungry and crowding the many feeders, but the cardinals wouldn’t stay still for a photo op.    Winter provides great bird watching.  This morning during breakfast, our guests enjoyed cardinals, blue jays, juncos, mourning doves, mockingbird, woodpeckers, sparrows, and chickadees just outside the dining room.

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