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Clockwise from left: The Waters, Dame Fortune's Cottage Court, and the Hale Bathhouse.
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Hotels Proliferate in Hot SpringsLock Icon

The Hot Springs hotel market has been steaming along for the last few years, and the city’s convention and visitors bureau, Visit Hot Springs, expects that to continue as newcomers are drawn in by a revitalized downtown and thriving tourist attractions. read more >
The historic Hale Bathhouse, the majority of which was built in 1892 — making it the oldest bathhouse on Hot Springs’ Bathhouse Row — will also house a restaurant, Zest.
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Hot Springs Sees Bathhouse Row Begin to Fill Up

When the Hotel Hale opens sometime next year in the old Hale Bathhouse, only one of the eight bathhouses on Hot Springs’ Bathhouse Row will be empty. And Josie Fernandez, superintendent of Hot Springs National Park, is hopeful the Maurice won’t be vacant much longer. read more >
Another fire like the one at the Majestic may cost Hot Springs its downtown and its national park, city leaders say.
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Majestic Fire Puts Spotlight on Hot Springs’ Vacant Buildings

The February fire that destroyed the Majestic Hotel in Hot Springs has focused concerns on two troubling issues facing the resort city’s historic downtown: the fire danger posed by other largely vacant properties and the failure of building owners to maintain their properties. read more >