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Reasons to visit the historic Crescent Hotel & Spa

Even if you are not staying at the Crescent Hotel, you do not want to leave Eureka Springs without visiting one of the most beautiful Historic Hotels of America. Between their beautifully landscaped gardens, gorgeous Crystal Dining Room and Conservatory, the cozy lobby (complete with a fireplace, of course), and the great view from the 4th floor terrace, there is something for everyone to enjoy at the 1886 Crescent Hotel. One of the best ways to truly experience the natural beauty of Eureka Springs, AR, is to enjoy a drink and a satisfying meal while soaking in the serene landscape from the balcony of the Sky Bar Gourmet Pizzeria, located on the 4th floor of the Crescent hotel.

And then there is much more……

Learn and Witness the Amazing History!


Built in 1886, the present-day Crescent Hotel has certainly ‘been there and done that.’ Although originally built as a resort for the rich and famous, the hallowed halls of this stunningly beautiful building have been utilized for many different purposes. There was a time when this historic building was home to a Conservatory for young women, a junior college, and then a health resort. There was even a time when it was used as a “hospital.”

Around every corner of the Crescent Hotel & Spa, there is a remarkable piece of history just waiting to be explored.

Get Pampered at the New Moon Salon & Spa!


Located inside of the 1886 Crescent Hotel, the New Moon Day Spa & Salon offers the perfect environment to relax and have a cup of tea, all while allowing trusted and trained professional beauty experts to present to you an entire new level of pampering, one which will leave you feeling refreshed, invigorated and beautiful. New Moon Day Spa & Salon offers a variety of services, including: hair services, manicures & pedicures, face waxing, body treatments, massage, bridal services (makeup, etc.), and MUCH more.

 Visit with the Spirit-world! 

Throughout the over 100 year history of the Crescent Hotel, there have been some guests who have checked in….but have never checked out; remember, after all, the Crescent was once a hospital and cancer treatment center. Though some may call it superstition,  many believe the Crescent is “America’s Most Haunted Hotel.” Whether you’re a believer in the after-life or not, there’s no denying the fun, excitement and thrill taking a guided ghost tour (complete with ghost stories, of course) can bring for everyone who comes along. This riveting haunted adventure is choked full of history and wonder, which will leave even the biggest skeptics in amazement and awe.



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