Hampton Inn & Suites Little Rock - Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Little Rock - Downtown
For our one and only night in Little Rock I took advantage of my hotel points and booked a room in the Hampton Inn, Little Rock - Downtown, the "newest hotel in Little Rock." This was a nice and clean hotel just a block or two from the heart of the River Market District - a booming entertainment area in downtown.
Being practically brand new, the hotel was spotless and refreshing. There's a freshness you can see and smell when your around something new such as this place.
When traveling with my kids I usually look for a double room or a room with separated living room/sofa, but this hotel did not have that option. We had a single room but it was a large, double-queen bed room so we didn't feel that cramped.
Free breakfast was nice. We arrived to eat several minutes before the end of the breakfast time and there was no waffle mix or eggs remaining. I thought for sure the staff would catch a cold attitude when I requested for them so close to cut-off time, but they were quick to respond "we have some more on the way". Great attitude!
The pool was sparkling and the kids loved it. The halls inside were wide well lit. The parking was a bit different as you have to circle the block from the front of the hotel to enter it. It is a shared parking garage with a condo, but it felt very secure and the resulting distance was a short walk to the hotel elevators.
I can't say anything negative about our stay here.
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