Embassy Suites Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews Embassy Suites Hot Springs
This is a wonder place to stay - especially if you have a canine buddy as your travel partner. The location is right next to the convention center - there's actually a bridge that links the hotel to the convention center. The locations is within close proximity to the "old town area" you can walk from here.
This is an ALL suite hotel - all the rooms are fully equiped with a micro and refridge...In addition, there is a Full-service Spa - exercise room and pool and jacuzzi - totally clean.. the rooms are beauty - almost "boutique style" - there is a $25 fee to have the dog in the room - which, is so reasonable. Wireless in the lobby and high-speed internet (with a fee -Wayport if you are already a member) I wish that I was not just here for one night.. i would love to be here for a few days.
I highly recommend this - even for the night.
My husband and I stayed at the Embassy on 3/17/05. The hotel was great! It is close to Bathouse row, all downtown sites, and adjacent to the convention center. The staff was very nice and we enjoyed the managers reception. We had to pay $1.00 for the alcohol driniks due to Arkansas law. We also enjoyed the live music at the Piano Bar. I would stay here again when I visit.
Great stay at the Embassy Suites
Spent New Years Eve in Hot Springs, Arkansas and stayed at the Embassy Suites on Central Ave next to the Convention Center. The decor was gorgeous and the staff was great! Really made us feel at home. The weather was lousy but didn't mind a bit ...could of stayed in all weekend in those type of surroundings and still had a great time.
Booked the reservation online and got "The Net Direct" rate and saved some money which even made the experience more pleasant. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area.
We waited all day for a relaxing massage. we arrived 5 minutes before our appointment. we were made to wait 30 minutes before we could get our massage, past our appointment time, because the male massage therapist always went over, we were told. we left, very dissapointed. will not go back. Very unprofessional to make customers wait, not relaxing at all.
First Class in Every Way
I chose this hotel for a family reunion based on previous TripAdvisor reviews. It did not disappoint. We stayed at the Embassy Suites, Hot Springs over the Thanksgiving 2004 holidays. There were 14 of us, and all of us agreed this was a great place to stay. It is first class in every way---beautifully decorated, clean, comfortable, and friendly staff. The exercise room, indoor pool, and indoor jacuzzi were enjoyed by all. The breakfast buffet was yummy. The made-to-order omlettes were especially popular. Our family reunion was more enjoyable because of our stay at the Embassy Suites, Hot Springs! Our compliments to the management and the staff of hard-working employees! (PS: For dog lovers, we saw many guests with dogs on leashes staying at the hotel. I heard there was a 20 lb. weight limit; but some seemed to me to be a bit larger.)
Thank Goodness for the Embassy
My family and I came to Hot Springs for the first time in July, and had booked a room at the Majestic. Upon arriving, we were disgusted by the condition of the room and turned around and checked out. They apologized for the problem, and offered to move us, but I couldn't stand to deal with it. We had heard about the Embassy Suites, and decided to try them out. We were greeted as soon as we arrived, and were amazed by the cleanliness of the place. The price per night was higher than the Majestic, but it was worth it. The complimentary breakfast with freshly made omelets, pancakes, and a buffet with fruit, and pastries and other things filled us up for the day. When you are feeding a family of 4, this is a great value. The rooms were huge and clean as well. They did have an indoor pool, but there is a patio area off of the pool area if you want to lay outside. I also took advantage of their spa, and received a wonderful massage and body wrap. We will only stay at the Embassy next time we come to Hot Springs.
Best Hotel in Hot Springs!
We had the pleasure of staying at the Embassy in Hot Springs when my husband had a conference two weeks ago. In our opinion, shared by many others from the conference, this is the best hotel to stay in at Hot Springs. Aside from it's location just a short walk to Bath House Row, Hot Springs National Park and the "downtown" area, it is beautiful, new and very clean. The suites are large and well decorated and feel more like a small apartment. The staff all seem to love their jobs, are friendly and helpful. The nightly manager's special and complimentary made to order breakfast make it especially worth the extra cost of staying here. The restaurant was reasonably priced and food was good. We were originally supposed to stay at one of the historic hotels in town but after reading the poor reviews at TripAdvisor, decided to switch our group to the Embassy. We were all very happy and impressed with this hotel and will try to stay at Embassy Suites whenever we travel from now on. Thank you Embassy Suites and TripAdvisor!
Loved the Embassy Suintes Hot Springs
Loved my stay at the Embassy Suite. The staff was very professional, helpful, and friendly. I enjoyed the breakfast every morning and manager's special in the evening. Very lovely hotel worth the your money.
I had the pleasure of staying at the Embassy Suites Hot Spring this past weekend. I have to say the hotel and entire staff was outstanding. From the moment I walked in the door to the time I left everyone was extremely friendly and service oriented. I could see everyone took pride in his or her jobs and really enjoyed working at such nice property. The hotel is with-in walking distance to the Downtown Shopping area, Bath House Row and the National Park Trails. I really enjoyed my time site seeing and found it to be a very relaxing vacation.
You get what you pay for
Wentt to the new Embassy Suites hotel. It is beautiful with a wonderful resturant and a full spa the rooms are spacious and clean.The trip was a dellight. Hot Springs is a vibrant arts community. There is an HOliday art and craft sale at the Arts Center that is fab. I espically liked the retro jewelery. I plan to go back very soon. MWG
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