Central Arkansas is a hodgepodge of cultures. People from the mountains meet people from the Delta. People from Little Rock meet their neighbors across the river in North Little Rock. People from many different backgrounds come here and mix their customs and attitudes, making Little Rock and the surrounding area not quite Western, not quite Southern, not quite Midwestern. Sure, the state's capital leans toward the South, especially when you eat some of the down-home cooking or overhear a Southern drawl, but there's also a lot of diversity. The lively theater scene and one of the world's largest collections of drawings on paper attest to its culturally conscious citizens. A growing Hispanic community and rich civil rights history are evidence of ethnic diversity. And Arkansas' natural beauty gracefully emerges from the depths of the Delta and the peaks of the Ozarks to blend within the city.
The Ozark Plateau to the north, Ouachita Mountains to the west and Delta farmland to the east offer an enticing variety of recreational possibilities. Mother Nature is at her best, providing endless opportunities for water skiing, hunting, mountain biking and hiking - all within an hour's drive.
Many residents moved here to be within a day's drive of family and friends in surrounding cities such as Tulsa, Oklahoma City; Nashville, Tenn; Memphis, New Orleans; Dallas, St. Louis; and Kansas City, Mo. The great thing, though, is that it's not necessary to travel to these places for entertainment; Little Rock has plenty to do and is adding more attractions every day, Little Rock hotels offer their guests a comfortable stay. In a word, Little Rock vacations promise a large entertainment program.
The Central High Museum tells the painful, powerful story of the city's racial battles. Political buffs and Clinton fans will want to check out the State Capitol. Shoppers can spend hours at the River Market, a collection of tasty eateries and eclectic stores. Kids will be more than wowed by attractions such as the Children's Museum, the Museum of Discovery and the Zoo, famous for its eye-popping ape exhibit. Stay at a charming historic abode, an inviting bed and breakfast or luxury Little Rock hotels. Eat at fabulous restaurants and enjoy exciting nightlife events. Little Rock has all the ingredients of a perfect weekend getaway.
Little Rock hotels await you in the Capital City. Amerisuites Financial Center Hotel is located 14 miles from Little Rock International Airport. Conveniently situated off Financial Center Parkway, the hotel is accessible to most local attractions. The Baymont Inn Little Rock West is a first-class hotel 20 miles from Little Rock National Airport. This attractive property offers its guests plenty of reasons to stay here.The La Quinta Inn North Little Rock is a first class hotel located 8 miles from Little Rock Airport. The hotel offers guests a clean, comfortable room at a price that will allow you further spendings.
On the web you can find the best hotel deals on luxury Little Rock hotels, holiday accommodation and apartments. Rustic and quaint, elegant and sophisticated, contemporary and fun - the choice is yours.
Some Little Rock hotels beckon romance with every amenity and luxury, while others offer historic charm and beauty. Whether you're planning Little Rock vacations, a weekend holiday with the kids, a group meeting, or a once in a lifetime romantic get-away, you are welcome to experience the affordable Southern hospitality Little Rock offers.