The Best Hotels in Little Rock, Arkansas

Little Rock sparkles at night
Little Rock sparkles at night | © Sean Pavone / Alamy Stock Photo
Andrea Henthorn

Southern hospitality is not to be underestimated in Little Rock, Arkansas. From classic and homey bed and breakfasts to modern hotels in the center of downtown, there is an array of indulgent accommodation options for you to enjoy here. Perfect after a long day of experiencing Southern cuisine, shopping or sightseeing, here’s our list of the best hotels in Little Rock – bookable on Culture Trip.

1. The Burgundy Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

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A stylish room in shades of gray, white and black and with wood furniture at the Burgundy Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
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The Burgundy Hotel is a large, busy facility, offering amenities such as an on-site restaurant, an outside pool and a vast firepit. This hotel in Little Rock offers free wifi in the 49 luxury suites, including four presidential suites. These apartments, combined with the modern meeting rooms here, make the Burgundy an ideal place for business and corporate gatherings. And quirky Southern charm is not lost among the chic and contemporary interior; the walls are adorned with interesting local art depicting scenes throughout the history of West Little Rock, keeping the hotel attached to its roots in a sleek and modern way.

2. Holiday Inn Express and Suites Little Rock-West

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A traditional two-bed suite with a kitchenette at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites Little Rock-West
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The Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Little Rock is a clean, spacious and affordable accommodation option for the budget traveler. Just outside the downtown area, the hotel offers a complimentary breakfast and is easily accessible by car. You will be hard pushed to find better value for money in the region.

3. Wingate by Wyndham Little Rock

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A two-bed guest room in shades of brown at Wingate by Wyndham Little Rock
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Just a short drive from the airport, the Wingate is between the financial and medical districts, convenient for guests seeking sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the city center. This hotel in Little Rock offers easy access to historical sites and shopping hot spots, and the Shackleford shopping center is only a few minutes away. A first-rate fitness suite and swimming pool are available here, and the deluxe breakfasts are delicious.

4. Hilton Garden Inn West Little Rock

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A spacious two-bed guest room with a blue-gray wall, patterned carpet and a kitchenette at Hilton Garden Inn West Little Rock
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The Hilton is a great option for guests seeking luxury and indulgence when on their trip to Little Rock. An excellent on-site restaurant, a modern fitness facility and a large indoor pool combine to uphold Hilton’s first-rate reputation. There is also a convenience store in the hotel, for any of those last-minute things you forgot to pack.

5. Rosehaven Cottages Little Rock

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A simple but cozy living room with two small sofas and a TV at Rosehaven Cottages Little Rock
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Three charming Rosehaven Cottages are available for either extended stays or shorter getaways in the Governor’s Mansion Historic District of Little Rock, with an option to adjoin two into a larger facility. Distanced from the busier parts of downtown, you can experience a quieter side of the city in this neighborhood while remaining in proximity to sites such as the Old State House Museum.

6. Rosemont Bed and Breakfast Cottages

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A cozy living room with a fireplace leading to a dining room at Rosemont B&B Cottages
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A sister B&B to the Rosehaven Cottages, the Rosemont offers either three fully furnished rooms to rent or two entire cottages. Whichever option you choose, you can expect to find access to a private bath, queen- or king-size beds, cable television and wifi throughout the premises. A swing on the white front porch of the inn, coupled with the beautiful private gardens, combine to make a peaceful and idyllic setting here.

7. The Empress of Little Rock

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The lounge at the Empress of Little Rock, with floral wallpaper, hand-carved wood details, heavy drapery and a fireplace
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As extravagant as the name suggests, the Empress of Little Rock is an elegant and stylish B&B, embodying the grandeur of the Victorian-era mansion it sits in. The owners have charmingly combined antique furniture with elements of modernity and included aspects of their family life in the building, which also serves as their home. You can stay in one of nine rooms and use the facilities for parties, weddings or business meetings. The inn also offers you the opportunity to take afternoon tea and enjoy an interesting historical tour of the premises.

Still looking for somewhere to stay? Check out the best motels in Little Rock, bookable with Culture Trip.

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