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Lookout Point In Fido Friendly Magazine

November 5th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

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The next issue of Fido Friendly magazine takes a special look at Hot Springs AR. “Hot Springs: This Historic Spa Town Rejuvenates Fido and Family” focuses on the walking trails downtown, Garvan Woodland Gardens, and the calming effects of the hot springs on Bathhouse Row.

The article also highlights “shimmering Lake Hamilton” and Lookout Point!  Hot Springs National Park has been a long-time destination for humans, but we are excited to be featured in an article focusing on soothing the canine spirit, too.

If you would like to bring your dog for a tranquil getaway, we would be happy to welcome you and your pet. With a garden to romp in, Lake Hamilton to splash in, and close access to the fun of Bathhouse Row, our Arkansas bed & breakfast is the perfect fit for you and your favorite four-legged friend. To reserve your stay, you can book online or call us at 501.525.6155501.525.6155.

For more information on Fido Friendly magazine, or to read the article when it hits the stands this fall, check out their website.

Haunted Tours in Downtown Hot Springs AR

October 23rd, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Haunted Spot on Tour in Hot Springs AR

Taken by a guest on the Hot Springs AR Haunted Tour

It seems only appropriate that we should tell you about Hot Springs Haunted Tours right before Halloween. The holiday is such a fun time of the year to learn about haunted buildings, ghosts, history, folklore and the paranormal both past and present.

Some of the stories you’ll hear on the tour include haunts, murders, mysteries, deaths, ghosts and suicides. A few of the places you’ll visit on the walking tour are the Malco Theater, West Mountain, the old Army hospital now used for rehabilitation and several haunted houses along the way. This is all spooky stuff for sure.

The 90-minute walking tour takes place every evening at 8 p.m. with a 10 p.m. tour on Friday and Saturday nights. The owner suggests wearing comfortable shoes and bringing your camera. You never know when you might be able to photograph a ghost.

So, for a fun Halloween outing, come and enjoy the Hot Springs Haunted Tour and we’d love for you to stay with us at our Arkansas Bed & Breakfast while you’re in town. We’ll have hot chocolate and snacks available when you return from your tour along with a beautiful room, warm, comfortable bed and fabulous breakfast the next morning.

If you’re still in the Halloween spirit, you can also sit on your patio or balcony and tell more ghost stories. Make reservations at online or call us at 501.525.6155501.525.6155 for more information on how to reserve your spooky stay.

Hot Springs AR Documentary Festival

September 24th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Hot Springs Documentary Film FestivalThe annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival will celebrate its 22nd year from Oct. 11-20, 2013. As per usual, it will show a variety of films, from short to feature length. The festival will take place at the Arlington and the Maxwell Blade Theater in the historic downtown area.

Since the beginning, the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival has entertained and educated more than 400,000 people. Along with the films shown, the festival also has cultural activities and special programs for participants to enjoy. Through forums, discussions groups, and teaching, HSDFI brings social knowledge to all ages through film.

The festival is run by the Hot Springs Documentary Film Institute, which houses one of the largest documentary film libraries with over 18,000 titles. The staff, over 200 volunteers, and board of directors are very excited for this year’s event, and we certainly are, too! For ticket information for the HSDFF, view their website.

If, after viewing documentary films, you’d like to relax at Lookout Point and view more films from the comfort of a lush bed, reserve your stay online or call us at 501.525.6155501.525.6155.

Hot Air Balloons Send Our Spirits Soaring

September 15th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Legends Balloon Rally in Hot Springs ARHot air balloons inspire me. They encourage me to look up and outside the boundaries of everyday life.  They are colorful and nudge the child in me to play. Their majesty and beauty remind me to return to my creator more often. Ultimately, they fill me with joy and wonder and celebration – just the way I want to live every day of my life.

And, once a year we get to experience these wonderful hot air balloons in Hot Spring at the Legends Balloon Rally. We get to escape for a couple of days to look at life differently, enjoy the grandeur of the balloons and visit with other folks who also love hot air balloons.

The Hot Springs AR Balloon Festival is Sept. 27-28 at Memorial Field Airport. Events are planned for each day and conclude Saturday night with the Balloon Glow followed with a concert by Country entertainer Travis Tritt. According to Steve Arrison, CEO of Visit Hot Springs, “The balloon glows are spectacular. All 25 balloons will be gathered behind the music stage, and the sight of them glowing from the inside is really something to see. This has become one of the most popular events at our rallies.” The Friday night concert by Styx and Saturday night concert by Travis Tritt are free and open to the public. Bring your lawn chairs.

We encourage you to make this your Fall getaway, come to the Rally and stay at Lookout Point. We’ll share the experience with you. Rooms can be reserved online or by calling 501.525.6155501.525.6155.

Weekend of Wonder to Wow Hot Springs AR

September 5th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Magic Festival in Hot Springs AR

In honor of his 17th year at the Maxwell Blade Theater of Magic, Maxwell Blade is hosting a festival of master magicians called Weekend of Wonder. The event will take place from September 20-22.

Blade’s co-host is Jay Scott Berry, an internationally known “Master of the Art.” Between Berry and Blade, their magical flare will appeal to a wide range of audiences, young and old. In addition to shows, there will be a magical marketplace, contests, street performers, colorful banners, lectures and workshops on the art of magic, and many more surprises along the way. Also, a grand gala will take place during the festival, reminiscent of a bygone era with elegant tones.

These two men and John Venus, who will be assisting them in producing and planning the festival, will hold a spectrum of fantastic shows at the Maxwell Blade Theater and select venues throughout Hot Springs. Each event is designed to excite the imagination and inspire amazement.

“Anyone who suggests that there is no such thing as real magic,” Berry says, “doesn’t understand what real magic is. Magic lives forever, in our dreams, in our imagination. Magic is the most ancient and mysterious of Arts. We amaze, we amuse and we inspire. Even though the effects may be illusion, the experience is very real.”

And you can experience the magic brought to life in Hot Springs National Park! Be sure to check out the website to find out more about the other performers attending—Jeff McBride, Michael Ammar, Dirk Losander, and Daryl Sprout. The variety of styles from these performers promises to keep audiences in a state of wonderment.

To continue your sense of awe, reserve your stay at Lookout Point. You can marvel at our gourmet breakfasts, the lush garden, or the size of the crepe myrtle trees. Reserve your room online or call at 501.525.6155501.525.6155 for more information. Let the magic begin!

Dionne Warwick Celebrates 50 Years of Music at Oaklawn

September 1st, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

 

Dionne Warwick can take me back to my childhood and teenage years in a heartbeat with her soulful music and remarkable perspective on life. I enjoy her songs immensely and I’m thrilled that she’ll be in concert in Hot Springs Sept. 12 at  the Oaklawn Finish Line Theatre.

Picture of Ms Warwick in black dress, big smile and short grey hair

Coming to Hot Springs!

 

            She blends pop, gospel and R&B and transcends music boundaries in many areas including race and culture. If you grew up in the 60s and 70s, you’ll remember “Do You Know the Way to San Jose?” “Walk on By,” “Promises Promises” and “Say a Little Prayer for Me.” Another of her memorable recordings was “That’s What Friends are For” with Gladys Knight, Elton John and Stevie Wonder. She is a classic you don’t want to miss at any age.

 

            If you haven’t gotten tickets or made plans to attend her concert, then I urge you to reconsider and make this your first fall Hot Springs getaway. Get ready because Three Dog Night is also coming this fall. We’d love to have you stay at our Hot Springs B&B for the concert weekend.  Make your room reservations online or call us at 501.525.6155. Concert tickets go on sale Sept. 3. Just call 501.623.4411, extension 340 for ticket information.

 

 

Fishing Tournament To Take Over Lake Hamilton

August 29th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

fishing on Lake HamiltonIn less than a month, fishermen will be readying their gear for the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League Super Tournament on Lake Hamilton. The contest will take place at the Andrew G. Hulsey Fish Hatchery this year, just a few miles from Lookout Point.

The tournament is expecting 225 participants, but it is still registering anglers and boaters, and it is open to the public. An Arkansas fishing license is required to participate, but those can be purchased by calling 800.364.4263800.364.4263. You can find more specific details about entering the tournament on the website.

Lake Hamilton in Hot Springs AR is home to two previous state record catches, making it one of the top fishing spots in the state. On September 21st and 22nd, you can join the other fishers to see who has the winning catch!

Add a stay at our Arkansas Bed & Breakfast to your getaway. When you aren’t fishing off the dock, you can relax and enjoy the view of Lake Hamilton from your own room. Reserve your room online or call 501.525.6155501.525.6155 for more information today!

Bikers Make a Statement during Fall Rally in Hot Springs AR

August 18th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Bike Rally in Hot Springs ARNothing can adequately describe the entrance of bikers as they roll into Hot Springs during the Motorcycle Rally in early September. Hundreds of bikers enter the city ready for lots of scenic trail rides in the hills near Hot Springs. They definitely make an impact while they are here, where they are welcomed with open arms. I always enjoy the days they are in town with the rumble of the bikes and the excitement the bikers exude.

The 8th Annual Hot Springs Motorcycle Rally takes place Sept 5-7th with cooler temperatures and lots of events centered on the Rally. Plans include a bike show, parade, rides, vendors, field events and kids’ events. Top name entertainment is available Friday, Sept 6th with country music entertainer Lee Brice. Grand Funk Railroad from the 1970s is the featured entertainer Saturday night, Sept. 7th. For additional information, check out the website at www.thehotspringsrally.com.

So, grab your skid lid and hammer down to Hot Springs during the Rally. You won’t be disappointed. And, we’d love to have you as guests at Lookout Point Inn while you’re here. It’s the best place in town to enjoy a relaxing retreat after an exciting day at the Rally. We have a perfect place to unwind with the most comfortable beds and baths anywhere, patios and balconies with gorgeous views of Lake Hamilton and a breakfast to die for. After a night with us you’ll be ready for the next day’s biking adventure. Reservations fill quickly, so give us a call at 501.525.6155 for more information.

Hot Springs Arkansas Hosts Mystery Theater Event

July 8th, 2013 by Kristie Rosset

Hot Springs AR Mystery TheaterAlthough the Spa City is a hot spot for concerts this summer, it is busy adding to its artsy reputation by strengthening theater events in the city. Downtown, for example, the Five Star Dinner Theatre is open year round, offering different selections of entertainment for you to enjoy while you dine.

But this weekend, July 12th and 13th, The Regency is hosting a special Mystery Dinner Theater experience.  “Last Respects Paid: Death of the Godfather” centers around a wake honoring Vito Corleone. It will be a treat for fans of The Godfather.

Details of Corleone’s death are unclear, and the drama promises to keep you on your toes. Influential members of the most powerful Mafia family in New York will make an appearance to honor Don Corleone while you eat dinner catered by the Porterhouse. Together, you will figure out the What and Who of Corleone’s death.

It might be difficult to figure out all the clues to Corleone’s death, especially if his family takes his advice: “Never tell anyone outside the family what you are thinking.”

You can rest up for a weekend of sleuthing at Lookout Point. Call 501.525.6155 to reserve your Arkansas getaway today!

Holiday Gifts: a Certificate For a Luxurious Arkansas Getaway

November 28th, 2012 by Kristie Rosset

One comment we hear again and again is how much our guests love getting gift certificates

Christmas Tree at the Inn

for a stay at the inn. In the midst of your holiday shopping, if you are stumped about what gifts to get your family and friends, we’d like to suggest a gift certificate from Lookout Point Inn. We have certificates available in any amount.

Could there be a better gift to look forward to in the new year than a wonderful stay at Lookout Point Inn? Give us a call @ 501.525.6155 and we’d love to mail gift certificates to you or directly to your loved ones in time for gift giving. Or you may also purchase a gift certificate online.

A gift certificate for a weekend at Lookout Point Inn is also a trendy idea for honoring business associates who have worked hard and helped your business succeed and grow. It is a unique gift and much more appreciated than a fruit basket.

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