Two historic Arkansas landmarks will be returning to full service later this month after reopening for the weekends.
Both the 1886 Crescent and the 1905 Basin Park, two iconic hotels located in Eureka Springs, will be reopening on Monday, June 15. This marks the full-scale reopening for both locations after experimenting with several weekend-only reopenings.
According to a news release, the Crescent Hotel will open to full capacity with nightly lodging, its SkyBar Gourmet Pizza and overlook dining, the New Moon Spa & Salon, and its Crescent Hotel Ghost Tours. The hotel is also opening its venue for weddings, which are capped at 50 attendees.
The Basin Park Hotel will also be reopening after redeveloping the property, adding two-bedroom suites with an expanded common area, soaking tub and walk-in showers. The hotel now has 26 renovated suites.
“Our guests are ready to come back to the places that have provided such wonderful lifetime memories and fun throughout the years. Eureka Springs and our two hotels are such places.” said Jack Moyer, general manager and executive vice-president for both properties, said in a statement. “This includes all of our services at both the Crescent and the Basin Park to our guests, patrons and friends.”