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Rating: 3.03

Address: 12 Spring St, Eureka Springs, AR, 72632

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    Comments (29):

    1. Paul V.
    Stayed at the hotel over the weekend.  The room was nice.  They gave us an upgrade with a jacuzzi.  Very noisy though into the wee hours of the morning.  They do not have good soundproofing so if you are a light sleeper, don't stay here.  Supposedly haunted by ghosts that appear regularly.  Didn't see any.

    15/03/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Katie W.
    Took some friends to Eureka Springs on a Monday, which is not the best day to go, since many of the restaurants are closed.  Having never gone to The Basin we decided to try it, which turned out not to be a good choice.  I order a fish sandwich, which was OK, but not good.  Couldn't really identify if the fish was old or the oil was old.  My friends order the special, which was lasagna.  The lasagna was mostly noodles and tomato sauce, no meat..  But on a postive note, the fries were very good.  Would never go back again because of the quality of food.

    03/01/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Johnny B.
    Great service and a good price. The staff was incredibly helpful. Our room was clean and charming. We opted for a suite with two double beds and a jacuzzi tub. Within walking distance to everything.

    06/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Erika H.
    We booked the Basin Park Hotel as a last minute get-a-way for a trip over Labor Day. We arrived late and stayed in a standard King room the first night then decided to upgrade to a jacuzzi tub suite the remainder of our stay.

    Yes, the hotel is old, but you can tell the have made efforts to restore much of it. If you are expecting a Marriott, this is not the place to go. I loved that they kept much of the elements the same. The first room had a very comfortable bed, but sadly, the second room's bed (the more expensive room) felt like my husband and I were sinking in the middle. It may be hit or miss. The floors are creaky and you can hear people walking a bit on the floor above you (unless those noises are the ghosts!)

    The service was outstanding. The room was very clean and even with a Do Not Disturb sign, they left a bag of fresh towels and toiletries on the door. The front desk guys were also very helpful.

    I was not a fan of the coffee house (Java Dan's). Service was slow and I was underwhelmed by the drinks. We threw most of ours out. We also ordered from the cafe one night and the food was pretty good... not great, not horrible.

    Parking is tricky, but once you unload, they have you park about 3 blocks away and will have a shuttle take you to and from as needed. The meters are free after 6 pm around the town too, so you can park closer if you prefer.

    No ghost stories... though I swear I saw something go across the mirror one night... (my husband thinks I imagined it, who knows!) It was fun, nonetheless.

    The location is perfect if you're wanting to be central to everything. Easily walk around the shops and by car, can get to other area attractions easily.

    We'd stay here again for sure!

    08/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Geraldine M.

    October 26, 2012

    Sir and/or Madam:

    I would like to share with you our experience during our stay at the Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  The dates of our stay are 10/24 thru 10/26.  I am not a world traveller, so please bear with my parochial review of my stay.

    The restaurant in the hotel served very good food.  The service was great.  The Spa service was restful and a treat for us.  However:

    Our room 501 was spartan.  I understand it is a historic hotel.  We have stayed in    other historic hotels, but this was not what we expected from a Magnusun Grand Hotel Property.
    The television took up the majority of the living space, with the exception of the bed
    The water was so hot, it was scalding.  To mix the cold and hot water together    produced inconsistent and constantly changing temperatures at the hand sink and the shower while in use.
    The bathroom had no space for toiletries, so the window sill had to be used.  This caused the blinds to remain up exposing anyone entering the bathroom to the outside.  I secured a paper clip from your desk staff in order to clip the two curtains hanging at the side of the  bathroom window closed to provide some privacy.  The wall in the bathroom contained a large crumbling hole below the tub.
    During our first afternoon,  I called to the desk to ask for a chair for our room.  There was one chair, but there were two of us in the room. I didn't think this was an unreasonable request.   We were told they would look for a chair.  Later, after returning from supper and finding no chair, we asked again.  We were told we probably wouldn't get a chair, other than a card table chair.  Interestingly, we  checked out other places in the Hotel and found rows upon rows of large upholstered chairs.   The spa area must have at least 20 being unused.  The ballroom has at least 50 sitting around unused.  We never received the card table chair.
    Because our room faced west, it was rather warm upon our entry into the room.  We turned on the window AC unit.  After four hours, the room was cool with the aid of the ceiling fan and the sun setting.  At 10 pm, the AC unit froze creating a horrible grinding noise.  We turned the AC unit to fan, which made the ice build up melt to a horrible racket.  We turned it off.
    During this restful stay, we discover the hotel was host to a billiard tournament being held just above our room.  I really don't think I can describe the shuttering sounds coming from above our heads.
    The AC. and the noise were reported at 10 pm to the desk.  I was informed that I should have been aware of the tournament upon checking in.  I was not. Not sure exactly how I was to divine this information.   I was then informed the noise would stop in a few minutes, because they were just finishing up.  Would I like another room.   We chose to remain in this room since the move into another room would have been a huge inconvenience of repacking all of our "stuff".  The tournament finally ended at 1030 pm.  
    The next night we were treated to a galloping  bridal rehearsal and  reception above our heads.  Once again, we were informed we should have been  aware of this when  we checked in.  
    Nothing was ever done about the AC.
    The wireless Internet connection was nonexistent.

    After reviewing your web page, the pictures, and the "high tech" claims,  I have yet to discover anything coming close to the accommodations offered by our room.  This is deceptive.  You should be ashamed.

    I have already paid for a LivingSocial package deal to use at the Basin some time from December to February.  If I cannot cancel it, I will take the loss.  We will never stay at the Basin EVER again.    
    Geraldine Morgan

    26/10/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    6. Olivia D.
    We went to the ghost tour last October for our anniversary.

    We did one night here and one night at the Crescent. I have to say although the Crescent is older and probably generally more creepy. I enjoyed my stay at the basin more.

    The room was larger and we had a corner suite with hot tub over looking the main street and the performing arts area. A small balcony right out side our room over looking the PA area. I think the view alone made this experience great.

    Its nearly impossible to get a "haunted room" in the end of October. So, this is def a great substitute.

    The ghost tour was interesting but kind of boring. You wont see ghost, but you can say been there done that.

    The bar that is on the top floor is kind of limited. Although they did have a few bottles of rare liquors. I personally oped for the corona and bunch of limes and they didn't even frown at me :)

    There is a regular restaurant. I honestly don't remember what we had there. I do know that it wasn't bad but more of the bar food style. Sit on the balcony and watch the passersby.

    The one helpful hint I can give you is.. the parking.. there isnt a parking lot anywhere close to the hotel. You have to go down the main street in the old downtown. Go past the fork in the road to the right. There will be a park lot with a green building and there is a phone there you call them and they come pick you up and bring you to the hotel. Suitcases and all.

    22/10/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Evan F.
    To summarize my experience: They lost my reservation and didn't even handle that very well.

    We reserved 2 rooms by calling the front desk of the hotel and requesting a reservation.  This was a vacation with some extended family, so I really needed a smooth experience.  This is the whole reason I went with a hotel over a B&B; I expected it to be easier to deal with multiple rooms and such.  We arrived after 6 hours of driving to find their loading zone full of parked cars and our reservation non-existent.  I even pulled out the email confirmation of the reservation and showed it to several different front desk clerks.  

    I was absolutely appalled by how it was handled from there.  They just told me that I wasn't in the computer and insinuated that I made up the email confirmation since the computer is never wrong.  I have a certain level of understanding for human error.  If someone tried to make something right, I give them a lot of credit.  The Basin Park Hotel did not try to make this right.  Instead they alienated a potential customer.  They gave me the phone number of a local service to call if I wanted to try and find a B&B to stay in.  Eventually they relented to my requests and tried to call it for me while I looked online for a room.  They did not end up providing any help, I eventually had to reach out to a local B&B that I had stayed at before for last minute help.  

    Several days later, I placed a call in to the manager in an attempt to let them know what happened.  I figure that if I managed a hotel, I would want to know something like this happened so that I could correct it in the future.  It has been 4 days since I placed that call, and I think it is safe to say they have no interest in returning my call.

    06/01/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    8. Kyle M.
    Bottom Line:  Would pick somewhere else to stay

    Stayed at this hotel for two nights for a family wedding that was being held at a different hotel in the same town.  Otherwise I don't think I would have Eureka Springs on my list of places to go, just not my type of town, so please take this review with that in mind.

    First Impressions:  Where the heck do you park?  You can drive up to the hotel front to drop off bags and check in, but then you must take your car down this crazy steep incline of a hill and park it a good quarter mile away or so.  A van from the hotel will come pick you up there, but what a pain.

    Immediate upside:  You are literally in downtown and walkable to everything.  This is probably the one upside to this place.

    Lobby:  Cool, older style lobby.  Nice, hospitable service.

    Elevator:  hahaha, good luck waiting on the one elevator.  Takes forever, small.  Might as well walk unless have bags.  (Granted it goes with the old building)

    Hallways: Dim and dingy

    Room:  Had a double queen room.  First impression:  why in the heck does there need to be FOUR locks on the door.  WTH????  Sorry, I'm not a big fan of places where you need more than the door lock and a chain or something similar.  The room itself was fine, definitely on the small side with just enough room for the two beds, about 3 feet of space between the beds and about four-five feet of space at the foot of the beds.  

    Bathroom:  Tiny!  In fact the small sink was actually in the room and the bathroom just barely had enough room for the tub and toilet.  The bathroom was also at this awkward slant that was just barely perceptible.

    Dining:  We ate at their restaurant one night and let's just say 'less than impressed'.  My father actually didn't even finish his meal.  They were out of several items and overall left a lot to be desired.  

    Overall:  Not a great experience.  It was at least a place to sleep, and things worked (TV, A/C, etc) but if I had other options I would take them.

    11/12/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. Deanna M.
    If you are looking for a cookie cutter hotel, new furnishing and parking in front The Basin Park Hotel is not for you. If you are looking for something that has history, character and lasting power this is the place to go.
    We stayed on the 4th floor overlooking Spring Street ( awesome view).
    The room was clean and had the charm of an older resort hotel. Love the craftsman style furniture and leaving the doors with real keys. It was pretty cool to see the hardware transom window on the door casing. The wash basin was really cool. Another nice part of the room it had a flat screen tv. The only thing that was a little off was the ceiling needed a new coat of paint. The lobby was nice with the woodwork and title. The young man at the front desk was helpful and friendly. The parking was roughly 2 blocks away which is and easy work or use the phone at the parking lot The Basin shuttle drive ( who was nice and friendly) will come get you.

    01/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Tony G.
    Stayed here aug 12.  Had the 2 room jacuzzi sweet.  Loved it.  Great hotel, great food, staff was helpful and attentive.  Best location of any hotel in the city.  Don't expect it to be anything other than what it is, which is a great old hotel with lots of character!

    25/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Fairey F.
    Stayed once.  Never again.  It was dingy.  It is an old hotel so we expected it to be creaky and loud.  We could have lived with that.  But the fact that the owners won't upgrade the water heaters so we can have hot showers is indicative of the biggest problem with Eureka Springs - everything is half-assed.  That's fine, too, if your room is cheap.  But when you spend a couple hundred dollars a night on a room I expect to have a hot shower in the morning.  I don't expect the staff to say, "Oh well, I guess everyone got up and took a shower this morning."  Yes, I suppose that is what civilized people do - wake up and take showers.

    The location is perfect, it doesn't get any better.  The billiard bar is fun.  The restaurant is ok - hasn't killed anyone that I know of.  They do have parking and valet service which is fantastic.  Unfortunately the positives do not outweigh the ick factor.  And ick factor is most important regarding things like beds and showers.  I would rather camp.

    12/04/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    12. Jeff E.
    Claiming to be a restoration of an old classic, I'm going to have to question how LONG AGO the restoration occurred!

    I thought I was prepared and it's not like I haven't stayed in similar establishments.  We're not expecting the Marriott in hotels like this.

    But...we do expect a decent pillow, mattresses that aren't deeply diveted and preferably, they should be level so that our head isn't below our feet.  The lighting in the rooms shouldn't be dingy and the carpets throughout should be relatively stain-free.

    Sub-Review of Balcony Restaurant & Bar:  Listen up...  The view from the balcony is great for people watching in the street.  Go there...have a beer but don't touch the food and don't expect the bartender to know how to make ANYTHING!  Our server says that he's the BEST IN TOWN!  I sure hope not because he made the worst Mojito I've ever had so I tried him out on a martini and he failed again.  The appetizer was unappetizing too.  Stick with something that comes from a bottle!

    The service is good folks.  The hotel has character too.  And the location is divine as you can just walk out the door into everything.

    But it needs another update.  Desperately.

    05/07/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    13. Frank H.
    The mushroom swiss burger was excellent and the beer was cold . I would recommend this place anytime.

    05/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Alexis R.
    Haunted, maybe. A ball, definitely!  The entertainment is built in - witnessed an all-out brawl between a bride and her sister, the maid of honor, including a lost shoe, ripped dress and much profanity.  While another trip might not rival that show, I'll definitely be back to enjoy the nice, casual balcony restaurant.  The prices were very reasonable with yummy homemade soup ($3) and good specials on food and drinks.  Also enjoyed the penthouse pool-room (Lucky7)!  Will be back on my next trip, though I did not stay in a room here.

    17/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. April W.
    My husband and I saw pics online and rooms looked great... Not so much when we got there. We were repeatedly told there would be wifi and it didn't work. They took no responsibility and made lots of excuses. Bottom line- Too much money for what we got. I wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone...well, maybe someone I didn't like.

    30/01/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    16. David B.
    Frankly I had a delightful stay at the 1905 Basin Park Hotel this weekend and it was wonderful to visit the historic hotel once again after nearly 20 years. Located perfectly in the centre of town, it was easy to find and valet parking is conveniently located directly in front of the building.

    I was greeted immediately by the valet and escorted into the hotel. The lobby is truly lovely, warm and inviting. Received a friendly welcome from the Front Desk staff, and due to being off season I received a complimentary upgrade to a superior king room. Nice! A restaurant, spa and I think bar are located in the hotel however I didn't try any of them out, choosing to hit the town instead.

    Unlike the lobby the rooms are a little rough around the edges albeit very clean. One finds uneven floorboards, old upholstery, and somewhat battered period-inspired furnishing. At the same time, however, I found the condition of the room almost quaint as it somehow translates into that period feel the owners evidently like to maintain.

    The amenities include a coffee maker, in-room safe, iron and board, refrigerator, large screen television and ample lighting. Most rooms from what I can tell have ceiling fans as well as dedicated heating/cooling systems. Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, soap and body wash, and plenty of clean white towels can be found in the bathroom.

    Bed was, as mentioned, king size and in new condition. Bedding also seemed new or newer, very clean and freshly laundered. The bed was very comfortable, and extra blankets as well as pillows are stored in the closet. The room although located on the main street was quiet and by closing the venetian blinds nice and dark.

    Only issue for me was the shower/bath knob that was in shoddy condition and difficult to turn. In fact, I had to call the Front Desk for assistance, however maintenance came immediately and opened it up for me. Hopefully it will soon be replaced.

    Otherwise, aside from that one issue if you want to be in the centre of all the wonderful things Eureka Springs has to offer, as well as enjoy a true historic property I highly recommend the 1905 Basin Park Hotel and definitely will return.

    18/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    17. Kristin H.
    A very OK place to stay.
    The location is the best part - enough so that I would stay there again, but in a different room.
    We decided on a whim to go to Eureka on a Tuesday night after my husband found a cheap price at the BPH on Expedia. I'm wondering if the cheapo price is why we got the room we got (409). At least we had a nice if limited view of Basin Park and mountains beyond. However, the pathetic little window unit chugged as hard as it could, but it kept cutting off and I'm sure the room temp never got below a muggy 75, making for a restless night's sleep. Also, even though I appreciated the newly renovated and clean (if tiny) bathroom, I couldn't get the shower door open... from the inside! Thank goodness my husband was there and was finally able to get it open, or that story might have had a very awkward ending. Other than that, we didn't mind the extreme rustic look, feel, and smell of the place since - it's very typically Eureka Springs. The room was clean and the hotel staff we encountered were really nice. As we left, we passed the open door of a larger room that had a nice bay window and a much bigger, newer window unit that seemed to work just fine - we could feel the cooler air as we walked by. We'd stay there again if we had better climate control.

    Oh, and we were really disappointed that the 2nd floor bar closed at 9pm - all we wanted to do after dinner was enjoy a drink on the balcony!

    24/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    18. Mary S.
    Friendly and helpful staff. A nice hotel with character. Must expect smaller rooms due to the time period of the hotel.

    13/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Ryan C.
    Before opting to stay at the Basin, my boyfriend and I looked around. We were both a little unnerved by the reviews being either amazing or a stay that would make even Dante complain. We flipped the coin and stayed at the Basin, and I am very happy we did. That is not to say this is a great hotel for everyone.

    The Good;
    Lets start with the price. We went during the start of their season, but stayed from Monday through Thursday. We were charged a normal rate for two days and $20 for the third. This made the total daily cost around $60, which is great for downtown Eureka Springs.

    Some people have complained about the activity fee, but we actually used it a lot during our stay. While playing pool is more my boyfriend's idea of a good time than mine, the history tour was really fun for both of us. Our guide, Jo, was very knowledgable and friendly as she explained the history of Eureka to our small group. Having been to Eureka more times than I can count with my family, I was surprised to hear many aspects of the town's history that were unfamiliar to me.

    Location, location, location. The Basin is in the best spot for those that like to walk around downtown. Since it is between both the upper and lower ends of the town it is easy to see everything without getting worn out. Also for those wanting to go further out to explore the shuttle service provides a great way to travel to other places. Be sure to tip the drivers as navigating the streets is truly an art.

    The Bad:
    I do have to agree with others that the carpet and paint could use to be freshened up, but some of the reviews appear to be exaggerated. The decor of the rooms is actually very nice. Furthermore, who goes on vacation to a town like Eureka to just sit in the hotel room? The bed was very comfortable and the room was clean, with the exception of some wear spots on the carpet and a couple stains on the shower curtain.

    Make sure to heed the 6 person or less elevator sign. While we experienced good service with the elevator, another couple told us of getting stuck the night before we arrived. They added that help came quickly and the situation was nothing that would dampen their trip.  

    The noise level the first two nights was not that bad, but on the third I'm fairly certain a herd of elephants moved in above us. The noise when anyone moves above your room is quite easy to hear, but that is the trade off for a historic hotel.

    Overall, the Basin was just the type of hotel for people who want to experience a great trip in Eureka, but probably not for those whose idea of a vacation includes HBO and Showtime.

    27/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    20. Emily C.
    I was in Eureka Springs with 2 girlfriends and we stayed at Basin Park for 2 nights. The hotel has so much charm and character; the staff is friendly; the location is PRIME - so convenient! Parking seems like it would be a hassle because it is down the street from the hotel but they have a shuttle that is super fast and responsive and will take guests (for free) anywhere in the historic downtown area. We ate at the restaurant the first night - I had the chocolate pecan pie - soooo amazing. It was an awesome stay - definitely recommend it!

    PS - THE SPA IS GREAT! I had a relaxing head, neck, shoulder, and scalp massage by Rich - so good!!

    20/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Shawn L.
    I stayed here in a corner room on the 4th floor. It was clean, comfortable and had a nice view.  The location of the hotel is great. This is a historic hotel and provides an experience of an earlier time.  Yes, the rooms are small, the elevator is old, you need to park your car 3 blocks away but it is an enjoyable stay in quaint area.

    03/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    22. Jennifer C.
    My husband & I stayed here on our roadtrip honeymoon.

    I absolutely loved the Basin Park Hotel. There is a lot of history behind it and the hotel has a lot of character. It was nice that they had a shuttle from the parking lot to the hotel. The hotel is right by a lot of shops, which is nice because we can just wander around right when we stepped outside versus having to take a drive to the shops.  The staff were very helpful - they upgraded our room because we mentioned we were on our honeymoon.

    I would highly recommend for people to stay here.

    09/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    23. John G.
    We stayed at both the New Orleans and the basin, the basin wins hands down for having  character. Squeaky floors , a slightly scary elevator, and two nice little bars.

    30/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    24. Tara L.
    Very unkid friendly. Wouldn't let me and my husband order a drink in one of their restaurants at 8pm on Friday night because our child was under 21. Disappointing to spend $300 per night and can't even enjoy ourself on vacation. Don't stay here with kids.

    13/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    25. Laura B.
    I had written a review a week ago or so, but it's not showing up among the other reviews. You can still find it on my profile though.  
    To sum that review up: the reviews are varied when it comes to the Basin. It is a gamble when you book a room there if you will get something comfortable and nice or, as in our case,  a room comparable to one found at the YMCA in downtown Chicago. We paid roughly $150 that was luckily comped. We have  traveled EXTINSIVELY! From Japan, the Philippine Islands, Hawaii, the Caribbean and all over the continental US, the room given to us (btw, they were booked which kept us from getting another room) at the Basin Park Hotel the smallest and most unclean hotel room we have EVER stayed at!!!! We found out later that we were paying the same rate as a jacuzzi room.  Instead we got the broken sink "closet" special.
    We were able to find a beautiful B&B because of the horrific Basin experience which you can find in my reviews.  Good travels...... but beware of the Basin.

    03/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    26. Anna H.
    Went here go for lunch. It was a busy day in Eureka because of the biker festival, most all places were packed.

    We walked in an waited for a minute until we were acknowledged by the bartender,  'sit wherever you want.' We sat on the balcony which is nice because you can watch people on the streets below.

    The tables are covered with old, grimy, plastic tablecloths. They felt sticky. Our server somehow noticed us despite the packed balcony and took our drink order fairly quickly.

    My husband and I both ordered burgers, it says they are 1/2 pound on the menu. We also ordered chips and queso for an appetizer. Salsa tasted fresh, not spicy at all, queso tasted like Velveeta. We waited 50 minutes for our food to be served.

    Mushroom Swiss burger was mediocre at best. Cheese was not melted, few mushrooms on top. Dry edges of the burger. Paid $1 extra for fries and they were cold.

    Not impressed.

    26/09/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    27. Ann J.
    Cute! Charming hotel.  The Balcony Restaurant is complimented by most locals but we had a bad experience. The burger had fillers and didn't taste much like beef. Our room was clean and the beds were decent. However, come on Basin Park, you need some towel bars in the bathroom and some type of vanity area for a girl to put down a toothbrush, hair brush and mascara. The decor and paint job are shoddy. Staff is friendly and the location is fabulous. Overall: we won't be returning to this one again.

    15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    28. Amy R.
    I just looked at several of the other reviews for this place and had to laugh at some of the comments.  Our stay was good.  We went over Memorial Day weekend and had a great time.  We had a great 4th floor room with a terrific view.
    Staff was nice.  I think they are supposed to dress in 'period clothing'...I hope.  A couple of the desk clerks were a little creepy but...very nice all the same.  :)
    The hotel is located in the middle of town and we were able to basically park our car and then walk everywhere.  
    We had fun in the upstairs bar one night playing darts and a great afternoon in the hot tub on the 3rd floor.  
    I'm not totally sold on the room setups with the sink in the room not the bathroom but I get it.

    11/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    29. Kate O.
    I give this place a 4-star, but with an asterisk. My family stayed here on April 1, 2015 and we were upgraded to a suite. I thought it was very kind of the receptionist to gave that to us. Our room was tucked away in a corner so there was no guests traffic in that area. My only complain was the bed. There were 2 beds in the room. My husband and I shared one and my son took another. The bed that I slept it was very shaky so every time my husband turned in his sleep, it shook the bed. I also woke up with a pain in my back as well. The bed that my son slept in was fine.

    Everyone that we encountered at the hotel was wonderful from the van driver to the tour guide. The price of our stay included a tour around town so we tool advantage of that. I thought our tour guide did a good job and I learned a lot about Eureka Springs.

    03/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0