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4319 Central Ave., Hot Springs, AR, US, 71913

  • Phone: (501) 525-1660
  • Fax: (501) 525-7260
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3.6 out of 5 (131 reviews)
66% of guests recommend this hotel

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»Horner Hall

Horner Hall is located in the Hot Springs Convention Center close to the Arkansas National Park. This venue comes with all facilities and services. You can also avail of the catering services for your event. For renting the Horner Hall contact the convention center for details and rates.

134 Convention Boulevard
Hot Springs, AR 71901

»Hot Springs Convention Center

Hot Springs Convention Center is an ultra-modern venue for trade fairs, conferences, conventions and much more. The center has meeting rooms, exhibit halls and even an athletics and summit arena. The convention center has ample on-site parking facility. To know more about renting any of the convention center's facilities contact them directly.

134 Convention Boulevard
Hot Springs, AR 71901

»Summit Arena

The Summit Arena is located in the Hot Springs Convention Center and plays host to athletic tournaments, summits and conferences. The venue is well equipped with the latest technology to ensure the smooth passage of all the major events hosted here. The Summit Arena also hosts music concerts and other cultural events.

134 Convention Boulevard
Hot Springs, AR 71901

»First Presbyterian Church

The First Prebyterian Church, primly situated at Hot Springs in Arkansas is a fine historic church site. It was constructed in 1907 and represents the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church strives to reach out at the varied communities and inculcate biblical values in them, thus helping their spiritual growth. The monumental church site is also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.

213 Whittington Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901

»Clark County Library

Founded in 1903, the Clark County Library is one of the foremost libraries in Arkansas. It was designed by Little Rock architect, Charles L. Thompson. Added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it hosts events on a regular basis.

609 Caddo Street
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
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