Little Rock is the capital and the largest city of the state of Arkansas. It has a population of about 200,000 with a metro area of over 700,000.
Little Rock lies at the center of the state, more-or-less where the Ozark Mountains, the Ouachita Mountains, and the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (the "Delta") come together. Traveling east from Little Rock, you traverse flat land nearly all the way to the Mississippi River; traveling west you quickly enter hilly country.
Little Rock is Arkansas's largest city, as well as the state capital and major economic center (although northwestern Arkansas, with Walmart, Tyson Foods, and major trucking firms, is rapidly gaining). Little Rock is home to the state's only medical school, and one of the two branches of the University of Arkansas law school.
HistoryLittle Rock derives its name from a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River called La Petite Roche (the "little rock"). The "little rock" was used by early river traffic as a landmark and became a well-known river crossing. The original historic "little rock" was later dynamited and used as a foundation for a railroad bridge, but its location can be visited in downtown's Riverfront Park.
Little Rock is located at the first high that upstream travelers on the Arkansas River came to, and so was a logical place to found a settlement. When it became apparent that the original capital of Arkansas Territory, Arkansas Post, was too subject to flooding, the seat of government was moved to Little Rock in 1819.
Temperatures range can reach above 90°F (32°C) in the summer, peaking in August and September, to below freezing in December and January. The most pleasant times of year to visit are fall and spring; the changing of the leaves in fall is particularly enticing.
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airportlies just east of downtown Little Rock, about 10 minutes from the Clinton Presidential Library. It is served by all major airlines. Southwest Airlines is the airport's largest carrier with service to seven destinations. The airport has a single, 12-gate terminal building.
Airlines and destinations
- Alliegant: Los Angeles World, Orlando-Sanford
- American: Charlotte, Chicago O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Washington Reagan National.
- Delta: Atlanta, Detroit,
- Frontier: Denver.
- Southwest: Baltimore, Chicago Midway, Dallas Love Field, Houston Hobby, Las Vegas, Phoenix, St. Louis.
- United: Chicago O'Hare, Denver, Houston George Bush Intercontinental.
- ViaAirlines: Austin-Bergstrom
Amtrak serves Little Rock with the Texas Eagle between Los Angeles and Chicago, however the schedule is not optimal nor reliable. The westbound train from Chicago is scheduled to arrive at 3:10AM, and the eastbound train from L.A. by way of Dallas is scheduled to arrive at 11:34PM. The impressive is a reminder of a bygone era and is located at 1400 W Markham St, west of city center.
By carLittle Rock is located at the intersection of Interstates 40 and 30, about two hours west of Memphis, five hours east of Oklahoma City, and five hours northeast of Dallas. I-530 and U.S. Route 167 also lead into the city.
Interstates 430 and 440 nearly encircle the metropolitan area, and I-630 runs from downtown westward to end at I-430.
River Rail TrolleysThe trolley will take you to most of the major downtown attractions, as well as across the Arkansas River to downtown North Little Rock. You can pick up a River Rail schedule from any of the hotels or downtown attractions. It passes by every 15 minutes or so. The trolley is a fun, easy way to get around downtown Little Rock.
If you'd like to see more than Downtown, a car is your best bet.
While taxis aren't as common a sight in Little Rock as they are in Dallas or Atlanta, they are available. You'll definitely be able to find one at the airport, and probably you'll see one pass through downtown if you're patient. A better plan would be to call in advance. You can call Capitol Cab at +1 501 570-9999.
If you're renting a car: I-630 runs from east/west from downtown to the edge of west Little Rock; for most attractions you won't go too far north or too far south of 630.
Be aware while driving that east Little Rock is pretty much flat, whereas west Little rock can get extremely hilly.
Central Arkansas Transit AuthorityUnlike the River Rail Trolleys, the city bus travels city-wide. One way fare is $1.35 for adults.
By bikeLittle Rock has a large population of cyclists. There is a large mixed use pedestrian and bike loop connecting both North Little Rock and Little Rock's downtown corridors. There are bike rental places that are located along the Arkansas River Trail. Try the junction bridge, or the Big Dam Bridge, which is the longest bridge in the world dedicated to pedestrians and cyclists.
River Trail Rentalsphone: +1 501 374-5505
East Little RockThe eastern edge of Little Rock is sparsely populated but is a vital economic area, as Little Rock National Airport and Little Rock River Port are located here.
address: 4500 Springer BlvdHeadquarters of the National Audubon Society's Arkansas chapter and a nature education center complete with a park.
Many of Little Rock's most interesting attractions are found in its downtown area.
Arkansas State Capitoladdress: 500 Woodlane StCompleted in 1915, is of some interest as it was modeled after the U.S. Capitol, and as a result, it has been used in several movies. If the legislature is not in session, you may visit the Senate and House chambers. The Arkansas Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Arkansas Law Enforcement Memorial, and a monument honoring the Little Rock Nine are located on the grounds. The Capitol occupies the former site of the state penitentiary.
address: 401 President Clinton AveThe largest facility dedicated to the study of Arkansas history, housed in two historic buildings (built in 1882 and 1914) adjoined by a present-day structure. The Main Library of the Central Arkansas Library System is next door.
phone: +1 501 918-3000address: 100 Rock StThe largest public library in Arkansas. The building is the former warehouse of the Fones Brothers Hardware Company (founded in 1865, ceased operation in 1987), completed in 1920. In 1993, the city approved a bond to restore the building, and the library eventually moved there in 1997.
phone: +1 501 374-1957address: 2125 Daisy L. Gatson Bates Dr.This National Historic Site is dedicated to the Central High integration crisis of 1957. The visitor center houses a permanent exhibition on the event and the iconic facade of the school can be viewed from across the street. Reservations are mandatory to tour the school as it is an operating school, and you are asked not to enter it on your own.
Daisy Bates Houseaddress: 1207 W 28th StThe home of Little Rock's most celebrated civil rights leader who mentored the Little Rock Nine. The house is a private residence and is not open to the public.
phone: +1 501 372-0018This museum housed in the historic First Baptist Church celebrates the colorful culture, history, and heritage of African American people in Arkansas.
Gazette Buildingaddress: 112 W Third StThe Arkansas Gazette, founded in 1819 by William Woodruff, has the distinction of being the oldest newspaper west of the Mississippi. It is still in print today, although it is now called the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as a result of a 1991 merger with the Arkansas Democrat. The Gazette was housed in this building from 1908 until the merger. Today it houses eStem Public Charter Schools.
address: 1 World AveLocated next to the Clinton Presidential Center, a nonprofit dedicated to caring for the earth and ending hunger and poverty. Visit their internationally recognized Green Headquarters building that has earned the highest LEED award. This is a great place to visit for everyone of all ages.
Heifer VillageLocated behind the Heifer International Center, is an interactive museum and learning center designed to educate the public about a pristine, unspoiled world without poverty and hunger, the stated goal of Heifer International.
phone: +1 501 372-40009th and Commerce. Includes a museum school, children's theater, and a wonderful art gallery. The gallery is home to works of Cézanne, Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Georgia O'Keeffe, Rembrandt and Dale Chihuly, to name a few. The Museum School is a great place to learn or develop art skills. Children's Theatre productions are on most weekends during the school year.
phone: +1 501 376-4602address: 503 E Ninth StThe museum, housed in its namesake's birthplace and the only surviving structure from the Old Arsenal, features military-related exhibits from the nineteenth century to the present. Also located nearby is the Arkansas Korean War Memorial which was unveiled on June 25, 2007.
Quapaw QuarterAdjacent to downtown Little Rock is a residential area made up of 19th century Victorian homes, including the Governor's Mansion. Most of the homes are privately owned; however, twice a year (the first weekend in May and the first weekend in December), several of the homes are opened to the public and can be toured. Of note is the Villa Marre, dating from 1881, which was used in the TV sitcom Designing Women as the home of the interior design company.
phone: +1 501 324-9805address: 1800 Center StAlso seen in Designing Women, as Suzanne Sugarbaker's home. No admission fee for tours, but they must be scheduled in advance.
The River MarketThere are more than a dozen permanent vendors, and Farmer's Markets May-Oct: Tu and Sa 7AM-3PM.
Statehouse Convention CenterMarkham and Scott. The second city-owned convention center, adjoins the Peabody Hotel.
- The Heights and Hillcrest Two affluent neighborhoods with a small-town charm. Beginning at Stifft Station on Markham St. and ending at University Ave., Kavanaugh Blvd. winds through both neighborhoods, following the route of a now-defunct streetcar line. Cantrell Rd. forms the boundary between the two neighborhoods, with The Heights to the north and Hillcrest to the south. Many of the city's most popular restaurants are located along Kavanaugh, along with art galleries and odd and interesting shops, both funky and upscale. Hillcrest is mix of mid-priced houses and apartments along with fine old houses. The Heights represents more of the old-money Little Rock Country Club crowd. These were the city's most exclusive neighborhoods until the boom in expensive subdivisions in the far west (e.g., Chenal Valley and Hickory Hills).
- War Memorial Park A golf course, fitness center, and public swimming pool are all located here. Also features:
phone: +1 501 666-2406address: 1 Jonesboro DrMany different animals from all over the world. In addition, the zoo's entrance plaza contains "Over the Jumps: The Arkansas Carousel", a National Register of Historic Places entry with an unusual distinction - it's the world's only waving carousel.
phone: +1 501 663-0775The stadium hosts two University of Arkansas home football games, high school football, and concerts. Even if there's no event going on, stop by and look at the Sturgis Memorial Plaza at the stadium's main entrance.
West Little Rock
Not too many years ago Little Rock essentially ended about where I-430 now runs, but the pace of development in the western part of the city has been rapid, in both commercial and residential areas. Big box stores, chain restaurants, new hotels, and apartment complexes and subdivions stretch for miles west of I-630, especially along Chenal Parkway, West Markham Street, and Cantrell, Bowman, and Shackleford Roads.
C. Maurice Lewis Jr. Natural Resource Complexaddress: 2 Natural Resources DrThe headquarters of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. You can obtain an Arkansas hunting or fishing license here (it is required by state law, even for non-residents) if you're planning to hunt or fish in the Natural State. If those don't suit your interest, at least just drop by and visit the exhibition gallery.
Pinnacle Mountain State ParkScaling Pinnacle can be accomplished easily in an afternoon. The peak provides a great view of the Arkansas River and the surrounding country. No climbing experience necessary. West trail up the mountain is fairly easy; East trail is much steeper. Several miles of trails allow hikes of various lengths; there's also canoeing and fishing (an Arkansas fishing license is required) on the Little Maumelle and Big Maumelle rivers. Good birdwatching and wildflower-looking. The Ouachita National Recreation Trail starts here and goes all the way to Oklahoma.
phone: +1 501 821-7275address: 20919 Denny Rd., east off Chenal ParkwayIs home to Little Rock's Unique Botanical Gardens. Wildwood Park has expanded its focus to include a full range of the arts, including the performing, literary, culinary, visual, healing and horticultural arts. A park, pavilions, gardens and 625-seat theatre complex make Wildwood one of the State's most valuable natural and cultural resources.
- The drive across the river on I-430, while not a destination in and of itself, offers an amazing view of the city and of the river. Driving North on 430 to cross the bridge also offers a panoramic view north.
North Little Rock
North Little Rock is an independent city just across the Arkansas River from downtown Little Rock.
Argenta Historic DistrictLocated in the original downtown of North Little Rock next to the new Dickey-Stephens Park, Argenta is one of the oldest preserved neighborhoods in central Arkansas. The neighborhood is a wonderful example of revitalization efforts, where citizens and the Main Street program have worked together since the mid-1990s to turn a neighborhood completely around.
phone: +1 501 371-8320address: 120 Riverfront Park DrTour the World War II-era submarine USS Razorback, named after a red-skinned South Pacific whale, not the University of Arkansas mascot (submarines were named after aquatic animals during WWII). Important: Touring the submarine requires climbing ladders and passing through narrow, enclosed spaces. This tour is not recommended for children under the age of 5 or for persons who are claustrophobic. Appropriate footwear and clothing are also necessary - no high heels, flip-flop shoes, or long skirts.
Burns ParkOne of the largest city parks in the country, alongside the Arkansas River. Two golf courses, hiking and bike trails, playgrounds, soccer fields, baseball fields, and a miniature amusement park. It's also home to part of the Arkansas River Trail (see next section), that crosses the Arkansas River over the Big Dam Bridge. And don't forget to check out the 'rocket slide' around that place.
Camp RobinsonNational Guard base with on-site museum (free admission) open to the public.
Dickey-Stephens ParkHosts the Arkansas Travelers baseball team (see "Do" below).
Little Rock Air Force BaseIn the neighboring town of Jacksonville, is the Department of Defense's only C-130 training facility, and has the Air Force's largest fleet of the type.
The Old MillFamous for having been in the introductory scenes of the movie Gone With the Wind (for about six seconds).
address: 1 Simmons Bank Arena DriveThis 18,000-seat indoor arena, recently renamed from Verizon Arena, is second base to the Little Rock Trojans and Arkansas Razorbacks basketball teams (see "Do" below), and also hosts concerts, ice shows, and other events.
The Arkansas River Trail
The circular Arkansas River Trail runs from downtown Little Rock, west along the Arkansas River to the Big Dam Bridge, crosses it, then runs back east to downtown North Little Rock, finally completing the loop after crossing the historic Junction Bridge. Soon you'll be able to go all the way to Pinnacle Mountain, once the Two Rivers Bridge west of the Big Dam Bridge is finished. A great place to exercise by walking, running, roller skating, or cycling.
Big Dam BridgeThe centerpiece of the Arkansas River Trail is this long pedestrian and bike bridge over the Murray Lock and Dam, linking Little Rock's Murray Park with North Little Rock's Cooks Landing Park. Absolutely not to be missed.
Arkansas State FairThe Arkansas State Fair is held every October at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds, located south of downtown. Even when the fair is not in season, the fairgrounds play host to many other special events such as sports competitions and trade shows.
RiverfestRiverfest is Little Rock's premier cultural arts festival, held every Memorial Day weekend (the weekend that includes the last Monday in May) in Downtown's Riverfront Park. It is known for its art exhibitions and live entertainment - but don't miss the conclusion of the event which is a spectacular fireworks display over the Arkansas River.
Greek Food FestivalHeld every May at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 1100 Napa Valley Drive, in west Little Rock. The largest ethnic festival in Arkansas. Despite the name, the fare includes Palestinian, Israeli, Russian, and Lebanese flavor.
Little Rock Film FestivalHeld every May.
Little Rock MarathonA citywide race held in March drawing several thousand participants.
Movies in the ParkOn Wednesday nights in June and July, free movies under the stars at the Riverfest Amphitheatre.
Pinnacle Mountain RendezvousIn October, step back in time at this reenactment of a 19th century pioneer rendezvous, held in Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
World FestA multicultural celebration sponsored by the city's Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission, held in September in MacArthur Park.
Sports and leisureFor those who want to get off the beaten path, Little Rock offers a wide range of sports and leisure activities.
Golf is a popular activity in Little Rock; both public and private courses; country club membership may apply.
Movie theatres include UA Breckenridge Village 12 (1200 Breckenridge Drive, +1 501 224-0992, online ticketing at Fandango) or Rave Motion Pictures Colonel Glenn 18 (18 Colonel Glenn Plaza Drive, 501-687-0499, online ticketing at movietickets.com), both of which have digital projection, stadium seating and surround sound. Independent films are shown at Riverdale 10 VIP Cinema (2600 Cantrell Road, +1 501 296-9955, online ticketing available through theatre's website).
Those looking to take a stroll can walk across the Arkansas River to North Little Rock on one of two converted train trestles — the former Rock Island Railroad bridge from the Clinton Presidential Center, or the Junction Bridge from Riverfront Park.
address: 1311 Bowman RoadDual ice and roller skating facility. Learn how to figure skate or play hockey if you don't know already. Or if roller skating is your interest, the roller side has speed skating and women's roller derby.
address: 2000 Aldersgate RoadFor children with disabilities or other special needs.
phone: +1 501 455-3750address: 11411 W. Baseline Road/11000 S. Interstate 30Miniature golf, go-carts, bumper boats; perfect for kids.
address: 300 South MonroeLocated in War Memorial Park.
Riley's Health and Fitness CentersFour locations.
phone: +1 501 753-8600address: 6820 Crystal Hill RdNorth Little Rock. This waterpark, the largest in Arkansas, makes the perfect getaway during the spring and summer. Located across the Arkansas River from west Little Rock.
YMCA of Metropolitan Little RockWestside branch in West Little Rock, Carver branch downtown, and Heflin branch in North Little Rock.
phone: +1 501 378-0405address: 601 Main StLive stage performances.
phone: +1 501 410-ACT3address: 320 W 7th St
address: 6323 Colonel Glenn RdEnjoy a gourmet buffet meal and a live stage production at this local favorite, open since 1967.
address: 7th and ChesterA community-based theater open to amateur acting.
address: 20919 Denny RdAppreciate the art of live theater in the lush setting of a botanical garden.
Professional and college sports
Arkansas RazorbacksSports teams of the University of Arkansas. Normally play at the school's Fayetteville campus, but play one or two home football games each season at War Memorial Stadium, and occasional men's basketball games at Simmons Bank Arena.
Arkansas TravelersClass AA minor league affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. Plays in Dickey-Stephens Park, located in North Little Rock just across the river from downtown.
Little Rock TrojansSports teams of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, a member of the Sun Belt Conference—although unlike most of the members of that league, Little Rock doesn't have a football team. The most prominent venue is the on-campus Jack Stephens Center, used for men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball. Simmons Bank Arena is occasionally used for men's basketball.
address: 6000 W Markham. Midtown mall
Midtowne CenterAcross University Ave. from Park Plaza, features upscale retailers.
Pleasant Ridge Town Centeraddress: 11525 Cantrell Rd. WestLittle Rock's newest upscale center.
address: 3929 McCain BlvdNorth Little Rock.
River Market DistrictNumerous retailers downtown.
- Shackleford Crossing Shackleford Rd. at I-430.
Gusano'sChicago style pizza and bar located in the River Market.
Sonny Williams' Steak RoomBoasts an award-winning wine list, a piano bar, and some of the best steaks and seafood in Little Rock.
Sticky Fingerz Rock and Roll Chicken ShackHas a musical lineup worth checking out while you're in town.
Vino'sBilled as Little Rock's original brewpub and serves handcrafted ales, pizza, calzones, and is the place in Arkansas to find premier alternative entertainment, but it also makes for a fine restaurant. The place for LR's tattoo and piercing crowd, but also friendly to older folks.
West Little Rock
Butcher Shop Steak Houseaddress: 10825 Hermitage RdCasual, welcoming atmosphere for families and business meetings. USDA choice and prime steaks, hand cut on premises. Also have fish, pastas, chicken and more.
phone: +1 501 223-3000address: 201 S Shackleford in Crowne Plaza Hotel.Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Classic American Cuisine featuring the fine steaks. Locals and guests alike enjoy the friendly service in a sophisticated atmosphere.
address: 14502 Cantrell RdCalifornia wine country theme. Menu focus on fresh ingredients. Fresh fish, hand-cut steaks, chicken, pasta, etc. Comfortable romantic setting with full bar. Wine Spectator award winner for five years.
Corky's Ribs and Barbecueaddress: 12005 Westhaven Dr
Delicious Temptationsaddress: 11220 N Rodney Parham Rd
Grumpy's Too Neighborhood Bar and Grilladdress: 1801 Green Mountain Dr
Izzy's Famous Food Placeaddress: 5601 Ranch DrSouthern hand rolled hot tamales, brick oven pizzas, 14 freshly made salads, hand prepared burgers. Group menu is available, as well as separate checks for groups.
address: 11401 Rodney Parham RdFans of Czech, German, Austrian and other central European fare have made this warm west Little Rock restaurant a favorite since 2009. Owner Tomas Bohm has since branched out with a second location in the city's Hillcrest neighborhood, along with the deli and casual eatery District Fare.
address: 1620 Market StOpened in 2017, this well-regarded newcomer to the city's dining scene offers eclectic options in steaks, seafood, cocktails and more, led by longtime local restaurateurs Louis Petit and Jim Keet.
Purple Cow IIaddress: 11602 Chenal PkwyTwo locations offer the same menu - with choices for all family members. The restaurants are the combination of a 50s diner, a soda fountain, and a burger joint, featuring hand-dipped shakes and malts and soda fountain treats; great burgers and a variety of sandwiches, homemade soups and chili; and a popular selection of entree salads; and a daily Purple platter special; on week-ends, brunch items. A smoke-free restaurant.
Sekisui Sushi Bar & Hibachi Grilladdress: 219 North Shackleford Rd
Star of Indiaaddress: 301 N Shackleford Rd
West End Smokehouse and Tavernaddress: 215 N Shackleford Rd
phone: +1 501 296-9535address: 1611 Rebsamen Park RoadReliably good burgers, fries, nachos, and all-American favorites (including apple pie) can be found in this longtime Riverdale neighborhood restaurant.
- Cañon Grill In the middle of Hillcrest, this friendly, inexpensive spot offers Mexican-style dishes, from the folks who also own Riverdale's Buffalo Grill.
- Damgoode Pies Locations in Hillcrest, on Cantrell Road just outside the Heights, and in downtown's River Market District with some of the best pizza in town.
- The Oyster Bar A longtime neighborhood favorite in Stifft Station-Hillcrest with shrimp, oysters, po-boys, and draft Bass and Guinness. A contender for best jukebox in town.
- Pizza D'Action A smoky hangout for the young and hip crowd at Stifft Station on Markham Street. (They get around the no-smoking law by declaring themselves a bar and barring the under-21s).
- U.S. Pizza There are several locations of this popular locally based chain, including Hillcrest, the Heights, and Rodney Parham Road.
Whole Hog CafeExcellent Southern barbecue and winner of many awards (including some from the renowned Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest)
Brave New Restaurantphone: +1 501 663-2677address: 2300 Cottondale LaneGood luck finding this place, hidden in an office building in the Riverdale area. Once you get there, though, you'll be in one of the top handful of restaurants in town, where chef Peter Brave offers a menu of fresh ingredients in a setting overlooking the Arkansas River.
- Cafe Prego Unpretentious Italian place in the Heights, with an amazing collection of stuff on the walls. Try the Chicken Prego, the focaccia (thicker and breadier than most), and by all means the chocolate creme brulee. Outside seating in good weather.
- Ciao A friendly Italian restaurant in a storefront on 7th Street downtown.
- Ciao Baci, Located in a cozy Hillcrest home converted into a restaurant (that used to be the original Andre's). Very good appetizers and entrees, extensive wine list, and open very late. A good place for dinner or for just hanging out with appetizers and wine. A little expensive, but good prices for the quality.
address: 1619 Rebsamen Park RoadA Riverdale mainstay since 1981, offering authentic tastes of New Orleans in a menu including poboys, seafood, fish, steaks, and desserts. Full Bar, extensive wine list, handicapped accessible.
- Forbidden Garden along west Little Rock's Cantrell Road is the second generation of the longtime Forbidden City Chinese restaurant once part of midtown's Park Plaza Mall.
- Franke's Cafeteria Arkansas-owned since 1919, cafeteria-style comfort food is still served from two locations: in downtown Little Rock during weekdays, and seven days a week along Rodney Parham Road in west Little Rock.
- Loca Luna Eclectic food: a mix of southern, Southwestern, with maybe a touch of Italian and Mexican. (Example: barbecue chicken pizza with cranberry tequila sauce.) Good nightly specials, or try the old faithful pot roast. Great meatloaf (!) at lunch. Reasonably priced wine. Outside seating.
- Mt. Fuji Enjoy the best cuisine from Japan in a fine setting. Also has a gift shop that sells Japanese goods.
- Star of India Lots of good Indian food for the money, from a long menu of traditional Indian dishes. Good service, and owner Sami goes out of his way to please customers. Indian beer, too.
- Trio's Fine food and fine service in an upscale mini-mall on Cantrell Road. On nearly all locals' lists of LR favorites. Outside seating.
phone: +1 501-372-8032address: 323 President Clinton AveIn the heart of the River Market area downtown.
Crush Wine Barphone: +1 501-374-9463address: 318 North Main StreetWinnner of Best wine list in Arkansas. Located in the River Market area downtown.
phone: +1 501-375-8400address: 2500 W 7th StCheap beer, great food and live music on most nights of the week.
address: 3200 Bankhead Dr
address: 4301 E. Roosevelt Rd
address: 1501 Merrill DrCentral location, gym, outdoor pool.
Comfort Inn and Suites Downtown707 I-30
address: 300 Markham Center Dr
Holiday Inn Express Westaddress: 4900 Tally Rd
Candlewood Suitesaddress: 10520 W Markham Rd
- Holiday Inn at the Presidential Center 600 Interstate 30, +1 501 375-2100. The closest hotel to the Clinton Library.
address: 10920 Financial Center PkwyLocated in the heart of the financial district and only eight miles west of downtown Little Rock.
phone: +1 501 244-0600address: 320 S Commerce StLocated 2 blocks from the banks of the Arkansas River in the revitalized downtown River Market district.
address: 1301 Shackleford RoadLocated in the heart of the financial district.
address: 2 Riverfront PlaceOn the north bank of the Arkansas River, in the heart of downtown North Little Rock - one mile (1.6 km) from the downtown Little Rock business district, seven miles from Little Rock National Airport and just a few blocks from the Statehouse Convention Center and Alltel Arena.
address: 3 Statehouse PlazaThe state's only full-service Marriott.
phone: +1 501 374-7474address: 111 W Markham StMarkham & Louisiana. Located downtown across the street from the Peabody and within walking distance of the River Market. Even if you can't afford to stay here, drop in to check out the beautiful lobby.
phone: +1 501 975-9800address: 521 President Clinton AvenueRight in the heart of the River Market, near the Clinton Presidential Center.
phone: +1 501-372-4371address: 424 W Markham StAdjoins Robinson Center downtown and is next to the Old State House.
Hilton Little Rock Metrocenterphone: +1 501-664-5020address: 925 S University AveLocated in central Little Rock, not near downtown, but convenient to I-630.
phone: +1 501 312-9000address: 11301 Financial Centre ParkwayFull-service hotel with 251 two-room suites.
phone: +1 501-223-3000address: 201 South Shackleford
Courtyard Little Rock Westphone: +1 501 227-6000address: 10900 Financial Centre Parkway
phone: +1 501 374-0100address: 625 W Capitol Ave
phone: +1 501 330-2182address: 29300 Hwy 300Private cabin with hot tub.
- Free Internet service is provided in all branches of the Central Arkansas Library System
- phone: +1 501 372-6933address: 3500 S University Ave