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August Amazing Deal: Sunset Room

The Sunset Room, a beautiful room on the second floor, 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 … Read More

Top 5 Ways to Stay Cool in Hot Springs

With the “heat bubble” hovering over most of the U.S., Hot Springs is a pretty good place to have fun and stay cool. Here’s our top five suggestions: 1. Rent a boat, and head to Blakely Dam. The water temp drops to about 48 degrees, creating at least a 10 degree drop in air temperature. … Read More

Hot Springs Cool July Events

This weekend, July 15-17, you’ll find some pretty cool stuff happening in our lovely city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Not to mention that as I write this post, it’s raining and temp dropped 30 degrees. Sweet! Here’s some fun stuff: Captain Ray provides a 90-minute boat tour of Lake Hamilton for guests of our Hot … Read More

Gallery Walk and Great Music in Hot Springs

This Friday, July 1, and throughout the weekend you’ll find Hot Springs a hopping, happening little city! July 1, 5-9pm: Gallery Walk, Friday evening, in the downtown art galleries July 1 & 2, 7:30pm: The Vienna Theatre presents fabulous live music from the 50’s and Broadway. July 1-3: Live Theatre at Arkansas Theatreworks production of … Read More

Fireworks over Lake Hamilton, July 4th

One of the coolest ways to celebrate a hot 4th of July weekend is on the water in Hot Springs. Enjoy fantastic fireworks displays during the holiday weekend.  In addition to the July 4th fireworks show, our town delights visitors with stunning fireworks on Memorial and Labor Day Weekends. Although you will see some fireworks displays … Read More

Hot Springs’ Labyrinth Inspires Reflection & Poetry

One of the truly unique features of Lookout Point’s lakeside gardens is the 11-circuit labyrinth.  If you’re unfamiliar with a labyrinth, it is a historic form of walking prayer and meditation.  Unlike a maze, the labyrinth has no dead ends.  Ours is modeled after the Chartres, France labyrinth from the 13th century! Recent guest David … Read More