Full Service Year Built 1973 Year Remodeled 2007 Additional Property Description Eureka Springs outdoor attractions are all around our area, we are a great location convenient to downtown and only a short drive from the best in recreation in the Ozarks. Having fun in downtown Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is simple with the right accommodations. Our hotel is close to Ozark Mountain Zip lines, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, favorite motorcycle routes and family friendly festivals. Eureka Springs, Arkansas is a must for family vacations, and theres never any shortage of things to do or see. Located on the Trolley route, which can take you around town to places like the historic Crescent Hotel for a visit. Our location and service is what attracts many guests to our hotel, but we also offer a great value and reasonable rates. With excellent curb appeal, amenities include a spacious pool and hot tub. We offer the best in service, some interior hallways, level parking, and a well maintained 100 percent non smoking hotel. Free Wi Fi throughout the property along with our free full hot breakfast served in the Gazebo Restaurant featuring a Victorian atmosphere. Meeting rooms are also available on the property for groups up to 120 people. Some of the countrys best motorcycle routes are in the area, and we re a favorite for bikers and photographers alike. The Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is the perfect place to spend an afternoon meeting exotic animals and Tigers. Of course, shopping and dining are also a must near our hotel. Whether youre here for sightseeing, taking in a music show or visiting the Ozark Mountains, count on us to be your home away from home. Many city offices and departments regularly welcome out of town employees, and our hotel is a favorite for business travelers. We also regularly welcome employees of Wal Mar
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Amid a 7,000 square-foot eatery adorned in wicker accents, the chefs at Chutnys draw inspiration from both North and South India, which yields a lengthy menu of dishes that differ in terms of spiciness and use of the color puce. All the meat used in curry and barbecue meals are prepared according to halal traditions, while the restaurant’s vegetarian dishes are rich in spinach, cheese, and spices—making them no less flavorful than their meaty counterparts. Chutnys invites larger events into their banquet hall, where they present aromatic feasts for groups as small at 10 and as large as 250.