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Girls Weekend

we are planning a girls wknd in early november. anyone have suggestions on a place to stay? there will be 12 girls so we need suites or adjoining rooms would be nice.

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1. Re: Girls Weekend

Do ya'll want a historic hotel in the downtown area or would you be content with one of the motels/hotels on the highway on the way into town?

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2. Re: Girls Weekend

definitely something in town - would like to be able to walk to eating/spa/shopping.

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3. Re: Girls Weekend

Ok, then go for the Basin Park Hotel, the New Orleans, the Grand Central, the Palace Hotel/Bathhouse. Rouge's Manor, or the Crescent (a bit of a walk up hill). These are all old, historic hotels within walking distance of shopping, restaurants, etc. Just please keep in mind that they are not Holiday Inns or the Ritz. The rooms are sometimes odd size, the furnishings are mostly antiques and not matching...they will be clean, convenient and affordable. If you go to the ES website you will also find a listing of BnB's that might have enough rooms...stay on or close to Spring St. You'll have a great time.

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Girls weekends are always so much fun and you will have nice cooler weather in November...

Have you considered The Border House, they rent suites or the whole house VRBO lists the rate from $375-$425 a night(which is very reasonable when divided by 12), sleeps 10-14, this way your whole party can be together, yet also have privacy

The Border House overlooks the downtown area of ES

http://www.theborderhouse.net/

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6. Re: Girls Weekend

A great place to stay for a girls weekend in Eureka Springs is the Carriage House which is located next to the Crescent Hotel. They have the original carriage house which we stayed in and has two levels then there is the main house with 3 bedrooms and three baths, both of these would accomadate your group nicely. There is a pool table in the carriage house and a big hot tub inbetween the two houses. It's a bit of a walk to the shops but a trolley runs on a regular basis also there's a horse drawn carriage ride.

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