How Do You Find Hotels In Hot Springs, Arkansas?
Hot Springs is aptly named for the 147-degree water that flows from the ground in this central Arkansas town. As the childhood home of former president Bill Clinton, Hot Springs is attractive to spa goers and political aficionados alike. Know that Hot Springs is the only city located within a National Park. Visit the world famous Bathhouse Row, home to 800-year old bathhouses (only one of which is still open for business). Soak up natural spring hot water spas as well as culture in this city nicknamed the City of the Arts. Spend the day driving. The local Ouachita Mountains, hot springs, parks, and trails allow for days’ worth of sightseeing and outdoor activities. Present a valid U.S. driver’s license in order to rent a car in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Choose a driver who is 25 of age or older to save on costs. Drivers 21-24 often have to pay an additional fee. To book accommodations, contact Hot Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 543-2284 or visit their Web site (see Resour