A Romantic Hot Springs, Arkansas Getaway Awaits

Walking through the Inn’s massive doors, you are immediately struck by the beauty of the craftsman architecture. A custom artisan built solid iron tree-branch railing is one of the first things you notice, along with the soothing periwinkle and white tones, the luxurious furnishings and beautiful artwork.  Come down the dramatic stairway to the main floor guest areas and relax with a glass of fine wine or a craft beer or cocktail in the beautifully appointed library and sun room. Step outside and enjoy the amazing view of the gardens and Lake Hamilton. Sit by our fountain and watch the abundant bird life.  High-speed wireless internet is available throughout our Hot Springs inn.

Purpose built as a luxury Inn in 2003, the property boasts extraordinary gardens and an amazing location on Lake Hamilton. Located in the very desirable Seven-South location of Hot Springs, this friendly town is filled with terrific restaurants, fine art galleries, performing arts festivals, and by the stunning views of Lake Hamilton.

Nap in a hammock, stroll by the stream and waterfall on our garden paths and relax on the one of the amply-cushioned seats on the patio down by the lake. From April through October enjoy a scenic and luxurious private boat cruise while you sip wine and nibble on fine cheeses. Stay in a romantic room with a whirlpool tub, fireplace, private terrace or deck. Savor a two-course “foodie” focused breakfast with delicious offerings made with fresh herbs grown on-site.  After a day enjoying the sites of Hot Springs, pop into our Lakeview Bistro and enjoy artisan cocktails, craft beer, fine wine and savor selections from our menu of elevated bar bites and flat breads.   It is open from 5:00 – 8:00 beginning on May 23, 2018 (closed Monday and Tuesday).


Views of Lake Hamilton

Take I-30 west to US-70 West (exit 111 – Hot Springs). Drive 18 miles on US-70 west. As you approach Hot Springs, exit to the right at Exit 6 (to Mt. Ida & Glenwood on US-270 & 70 west). Continue on this “bypass”, for about 7 miles to Exit 5 SOUTH at Central Ave/Hwy 7. Turn right onto Central Ave and travel approx. 4.5 miles.  You will cross Lake Hamilton 3 times (one causeway and 2 bridges close together). Immediately after the last bridge, Central Ave makes a big turn to the right. WATCH for the blue highway sign that reads “Lookout Point Lakeside Inn”, and turn left onto this little street (Lookout Circle). After turning left, drive about 25 yards and look for the lighted Lookout Point Lakeside Inn stone monument sign. Turn right into our driveway, down the hill, just past our sign.

Take I-30 east to AR-7 (exit 78 – Caddo Valley/Hot Springs). Travel north on AR-7 for approximately 24.5 miles. As you reach the outskirts of Hot Springs, watch for the Baymont Inn on the right and slow down. When you see the blue highway department sign reading “Lookout Point Lakeside Inn”, turn right. Drive about 25 yards and look for the lighted Lookout Point Lakeside Inn stone monument sign. Turn right into our driveway, down the hill, just past our sign.

Take US-71 south to Y City. Turn left (east) onto US-270 and proceed to Hot Springs. Exit at Central Ave SOUTH. (AR Hwy 7). Go south (right) on Central for 3.5 miles. You will cross one causeway and 2 bridges over Lake Hamilton. Immediately after the last bridge, Central Ave makes a big turn to the right. WATCH for the blue highway sign that reads “Lookout Point Lakeside Inn”, and turn left onto this little street (Lookout Circle). After turning left, drive about 25 yards and look for the lighted Lookout Point Lakeside Inn stone monument sign. Turn right into our driveway, down the hill, just past our sign.

Electric Car Charging Station

Green Drivers

Lookout Point joins the growing number of Select Registry Inns with charging stations for Tesla and Universal electric cars! Stay overnight and get charged for the trip ahead. The Tesla High Power Wall Connector provides a full range of 265 miles. And of course, there is no fee for our overnight guests to use the charging stations.