EUREKA SPRINGS, ARKANSAS PROPERTY EST. 1886 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa is a mountaintop spa resort hand-constructed of Arkansas limestone by Irish stonemasons at a cost of $284,000. When this “Grand Ol’ Lady of the Ozarks” opened, the railroad had reached the village, bringing tourists eager to sample the healing waters of the local springs. Located atop the historic district and surrounded by acres of gardens, forested walking trails, restored Victorian shops, restaurants, and galleries, the hotel retains its historic character but still offers all the amenities that today’s traveler expects. Eureka Springs is one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations, is on AmericanStyle’s list of Top 25 Arts Destinations, and has been named the Wedding Capital of The South. Frequent paranormal sightings rank the hotel as one of the most haunted hotels in the country. In fact, the Crescent has its own ghost website. ORIGINAL RESORT CLASSIC SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR RICHARDSONIAN-ROMANESQUE AMENITIES 72 elegantly furnished guestrooms, including suites, balcony rooms, and Penthouses; some with Jacuzzis. 10 adjacent lodging opportunities at hotel’s Crescent Park with luxurious 2–5-bedroom cottages. 15 acres of formal gardens and trails, swimming pool, hot tub, New Moon Spa and Salon, concierge, nightly ghost tour, room service, and citywide trolley stop. Top floor scenic overlook, the highest in The Ozarks. Smoke-free, pet-friendly property. DINING Where hundreds in Victorian attire danced during the hotel’s grand opening is today where families and couples casually enjoy breakfast, dinner, and Sunday Brunch. The Wine Spectator recognized wine list is expertly coupled with the Crystal Dining Room Restaurant’s menu. And from the highest lookout in The Ozarks, guests ascend for lunch, dinner, and a cocktail at SkyBar Gourmet Pizza with indoor and alfresco seating. LOCATION In Eureka Springs, 34 miles from northwest Arkansas’ Interstate 49 and 50 miles from Branson. Near the historic district with shops and galleries, Beaver Lake Recreation Area, and renowned attractions such as Thorncrown Chapel and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Branson Airport: 53 miles, 75 minutes. Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport: 50 miles, 70 minutes. 75 Prospect Avenue Eureka Springs, AR 72632 T 479.253.9766
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