Hot Springs is named after the area's naturally heated springs, and you can enjoy the benefits of thermal baths on Bathhouse Row. Among the historic buildings offerings luxurious spa services are the Quapaw Baths & Spa (413 Central Ave., Hot Springs, AR; 501-609-9822) and Buckstaff Bathhouse (509 Central Ave., Hot Springs, AR; 501-623-2308), which has been open since 1912.
Kollective Coffee+Tea (110 Central Ave., Hot Springs, AR; 501-701-4000) offers breakfast, lunch and dinner options with lovingly crafted coffee and teas. This is a must-stop if you think of coffee as more than just fuel for getting through the day. Choose from dishes both healthful and sort of healthful, and you'll have enough energy for all that relaxing back at the spa.
Sunset and West Mountain Walking Trails
Want to take in some spectacular views? The Sunset Trail and West Mountain Trail offer just that. Be prepared; these are some lengthy trails, but if you’re up for a trek, the views are well worth it.
You won’t want to miss what’s brewing at Superior Bathhouse Brewery. As the only brewery inside of a National Park, Superior Bathhouse Brewery is the only brewery to use thermal spring water as the main ingredient. With 18 beers on tap, there is a constant stream of new beers ranging from the classics to the unconventionals.
Spend the Night
Experience luxury as you unwind at The Waters. After the historic building fell into disrepair, detailed renovations were done to restore its former glory. This boutique hotel holds 62 rooms, each of which is true to the building’s history. Rooms highlight local artists and artisans through decor and complimentary products provided to each guest.