Eureka Springs may be a small town, but it’s got plenty of room for tourists. Millions of tourists visit Eureka Springs, and are eager to return! Don’t worry, though, there’s still room available for you and your family. There are over 3,000 motel rooms, and 125 bed and breakfast rooms, and plenty more room in all the beautiful cabins. And don’t worry about the traffic; it flows smoothly through this little town in the hills, and there’s not one stoplight to get in your way. Motorcyclists love this town! And speaking of bikers, there are plenty of “biker friendly” places to stay while you are in Eureka Springs! The Swiss Village Inn, the Statue Road Inn, and the Rodeway Inn are just a few of the many places that are more than happy to have our motorcycle friends stay in town. Bet you didn’t know that Eureka Springs, Arkansas was voted “Best in the Nation” for cities with a population under 5,000! While it’s sometimes hard to find new information on the web about this town, one visit and you’ll know why. The locals here enjoy keeping their secrets, and unveil them only to those who visit! There are so many great cabins and little inns that’s it’s hard to pick the best.
Fortunately, Eureka Springs is in an area that doesn’t get too much snow and ice, and it usually melts away pretty quickly. There’s nothing better than sitting in a hot tub on deck of your cabin and seeing the snow capped hills surround you. And if you’re not quite up for being outdoors, the Holiday Inn Express in Eureka Springs has a wonderful indoor swimming pool with glass walls and a glass ceiling! The kids absolutely love the idea of swimming when they can see a ground covered in snow right outside. There’s just something about it that is absolutely thrilling! Whether you’re looking for a multi-bedroom cabin or just a single bed Jacuzzi suite, you’ll find it in Eureka Springs. You’ll be amazed at the beautiful architecture of this town, and it extends into the lodging areas as well. Eureka Springs has been featured on “Restoring America” in 1999, and also in Architectural Digest. From the beautiful outdoor glass chapel at Thorncrown Chapel to the incredible lakefront cabin views, you’re sure to find your little piece of paradise!