The 7 Best Hotels In Little Rock

The 7 Best Hotels In Little Rock

Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas, is the perfect place to travel for a quaint weekend stay along the Arkansas River. The city, which as been consistently ranked one of the cleanest in the US, is responsible for giving the world the famous “cheese dog.” 

However, if you’re headed to Little Rock, then there’s more to see and do than chow down on local grub. And, there are plenty of great places to stay.

Take a look at the seven best hotels in Little Rock, Arkansas before planning your trip to the state capital.

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1. The Burgundy Hotel

If you’re looking for contemporary style and absolute comfort, then check out the Burgundy Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas.

U.S. News ranked this hotel the No. 1 hotel in Little Rock, and it’s easy to see why. The hotel exudes chic style and elegance, and the amenities are second to none.

Enjoy LED Smart TVs, coffee makers and complimentary Wi-Fi access in your room, along with tons of meeting space if you’re in Little Rock for business.

Best Hotels in Little Rock

2. Little Rock Marriott

Luxury meets comfort at Little Rock Marriott, which is well-known by business travellers all over the world who come to Arkansas for meetings and events.

A stay at one of the rooms here will leave you feeling pampered, rested, and absolutely ready to head out and explore the city.

Don’t miss the lobby’s unique fountain, which is great for an Instagram photo or business team meeting. Or, snap a photo from your room’s window, which likely has stunning views of the Arkansas River.

Little Rock Marriott in Little Rock

3. Home2 Suites by Hilton Little Rock West

Looking for a pop of colour? Check out Home2 Suites by Hilton.

The brightly coloured lobby rivals the bright colours that adorn the hotel rooms, which guests note as being cosy and spacious.

This is one of the best hotels in Little Rock, Arkansas if you’re visiting with family. It’s only three miles away from the Little Rock Zoo and the War Memorial Stadium.

Home2 Suites in Little Rock

4. Four Points by Sheraton Little Rock Midtown

On-site world-class brews, an oasis pool, and the best location in Little Rock? That’s what you’ll find at Four Points by Sheraton.

This hotel is conveniently located at the intersection of Interstate 630 and University Avenue, which places you just a few blocks from the Midtown Entertainment District.

However, you might not want to leave your room. The on-site amenities and calming pool views from your town house-like hotel balcony leave little to be desired.

Four Points Hotels

5. DoubleTree by Hilton Little Rock

Just a (literal) stone’s throw away from the Arkansas River, DoubleTree by Hilton is the perfect choice for travellers looking for upscale amenities and hometown charm.

Enjoy sweeping views of downtown Little Rock as you chow down on the world-famous chocolate chip cookies that the hotel serves as a complimentary treat.

Seriously, you can’t miss out on those cookies.

DoubleTree

6. Hilton Garden Inn Little Rock Downtown

Looking for one of the best rooftop bars in Little Rock? You’ll find one at the Hilton Garden Inn Little Rock Downtown.

Cute, trendy, and super quaint, this hotel has plenty of quiet rooms to choose from right in the heart of the River Market District.

Enjoy tapas at the rooftop bar or order room service from the hotel’s on-site restaurant, which serves delicious American cuisine.

Hilton Garden Inn Little Rock Downtown

7. The Empress of Little Rock

If you love Downton Abbey, then you have to book a stay at The Empress of Little Rock.

This quaint bed and breakfast offers a dose of nostalgia that’s brewed with a splash of modern comfort and unique charm.

This restored Victorian home is ideal for a traveller who wants to relax while relishing in the rich history of the past.

The Empress

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Elizabeth Thorn
Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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