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Quality Inn in Eureka Springs, AR


The Eureka Springs, Arkansas Quality Inn hotel is at the intersection of State Highway 23 and US Highway 62, minutes from Pine Mountain Jamboree, Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, Queen Anne Mansion, Thorncrown Chapel, the University of Arkansas and the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport. You'll have easy access to all Eureka Springs attractions via the town trolley, which stops in front of our hotel. Free hotel amenities include high-speed wireless Internet, local calls, a newspaper, coffee and a seasonal outdoor pool. We also offer a free hot breakfast. Relax in our Victorian-style lounge and picnic areas, or with the in-house massage therapist (by appointment). We also have a rock garden and secluded paths. Business travelers will appreciate copy and fax services and our meeting room. All our rooms are pet-friendly and include coffee makers, irons and boards. Ask about suites with whirlpool bathtubs. Non-smoking rooms are available.


Established in 1991.

Our property was built in 1991 and has recently been renovated. It is American owned and has been operated by Ms. Patsy Beaver since it was built. Some of the property's  gardens and walkways were established nearly 35 years ago, before the property even existed, providing a wonderful look at nature untouched!


Company Info:

Rating: 1.80

Address: 196 E. Van Buren, Eureka Springs, AR, 72632
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Hotels in Eureka Springs, AR



Comments (5):

1. Marji M.
Victorian style hotel that backs up to a sloping garden area.  Room was nice and bed was comfortable.  Had a problem with the jacuzzi tub, but they gave us a discount.  Tub was fixed the next day.  Only complaint is that the management is very particular about the times.  No swimming after 10 p.m. and breakfast was cleared before 10 a.m.  Husband got there 2 minutes after 10 a.m. and nothing was left.  Gave us late checkout with Choice Rewards Membership.

08/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Holly M.
Gosh darn scary!  Seriously!  I realize I may be called a "snooty Northerner" but come on..  this place is right out of a slasher movie.  The hotel does back up to a gorge of sorts, but that just adds to the frightening feel.  Like if you fall off the balcony you will never be heard from again.  Ever.  The rooms were small and very outdated.  The sheets were also outdated and seemed very dirty.  The staff seemed friendly enough and I realize this may be a bit of a "no-tell motel"...  but clean it up.  At least a little.  I'm all for motorcycles and love hole in the wall places, but this was just too far.

29/12/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. Hey R.
Massage place 'touch and comfort' is no good. With one of the therapists you will not get deep tissue pressure. So call and check before you go if you want deep pressure.

Not sure about the hotel.

29/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
4. Jill H.
Ok my husband and I got married in eureka springs June 14, 2014 and we stayed at this hotel in room 317 which is a suite, California king, a hot tub, a living room, fridge...etc. IT WAS AWESOME!!!!! Foe the suite it qas onky 100 a night!!! Later on in 2014 we decided that we wanted to be part of the zombie crawl November 1st! We found out about it over a month in advance so we immediately called to book the room here and we asked if ww could get room 317 again! The women told us yes and i triple checked with her it was the right room and that is what she booked me in there for!!! We were soooo excited!!!! not to mention for rhat suite it was only $80!!! We got to eureka ans went ro check into our room and the guy told my husband that our room number was 209...
My husband asked if it was still a suite and the guy told him no its a lot smaller of a room and they were still going to charge us the price of a suite!!! My husband came got me out of the car and i went in and was asking the guy why we had been moved from the room we asked for and he processed to call me a liar! Then i blew up on him!!!!! He said there was nothing he could do and i would have ro pay what they were teying to charge me for fhe suite!!!!! We went to a different hotel!!! I will never return to this hotel and i personally dont think this place even deserves a single star!!!

30/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Anthony E.
I hate to be brutally honest about this place, but in my book it is not a 4 star hotel. If you are looking for something from another era, this place is for you. The style is definitely outdated, but may be liked by a certain audience which is fine by me. Not that it is specific to this hotel, but all the room doors open to the outside which creeps me out. Also, there is a giant fountain down the hill that runs all night making it hard to sleep. I could have dealt with all the above had the rooms been in better shape. The bathroom and bed just felt unclean and all I could do was keep my clothes on all night. This may be a tourist destination and the price is super low, but I will risk staying at one of the many no name properties should I venture to Eureka Springs again soon.

21/05/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0