With many scenic motorcycle routes through Ozark countryside departing from here, Eureka Springs is a natural choice for lodging while exploring northern Arkansas and southern Missouri. Motorcycle enthusiasts agree that the Ozark Mountains provide a spectacular background for your journey. People literally come from all over the world to ride the Ozarks.
When looking for a place to stay Eureka Springs, keep in mind that there are two Best Western hotels in town, both catering to motorcyclists in their own unique ways. There is the Inn of the Ozarks, which can host large rallies, and the Eureka Inn with their great "2 Wheels = Great Deals" offers mentioned below.
There is also the Crescent Hotel and Basin Park Hotel, both historic hotels, both catering to motorcyclist and both well worth the visit even if you are not staying there.
The Best Western Inn of the Ozarks offers everything you need from rallies to smaller groups. If your bike is your baby, the Inn of the Ozarks offers new, covered and secured motorcycle parking located close to your room, exclusively for motorcycle riding guests. Be sure to check out the Inn of the Ozarks Motorcycle Package before your plan your trip!
The Inn of the Ozarks also has the largest pool in Eureka Springs, local favorite Myrtie Mae's and the only conference center in Eureka, with a capacity to serve up to 600 people.
The Best Western Eureka Inn offers the "2 Wheels = Great Deals" package for motorcyclists travelling through Eureka Springs. Be sure to check out their amenities such as a heated pool and hot tub. Parking for your motorcycles is right outside your door on a level parking lot. For larger groups, there is ample room for support vehicles and trailers as well. Check out the Best Western Eureka Inn's motorcycle page for more information on their biker-friendly features!
1886 Crescent Hotel (800) 342-9766
The Legend Continues at America's Most Haunted "Bike Friendly" Hotel. The
Crescent Hotel and Spa
offers weekday biker rates beginning at just $129 plus tax and features amenities that include covered bike parking, large balconies for gathering, rooms with one or two beds and restaurant and bar options that range from an upscale Family Fare (Crystal Dining Room) to a casual gourmet pizza place (SkyBar Pizza) featuring views from atop the county. For a little relaxation after a long ride the Ozark's finest spa (New Moon Spa) is located on the hotel's garden level. Accommodations range from standard Victorians to the luxury offered in Crescent Park at the Crescent Cottages.
The Manor House of Lookout Cottages Estate makes quite a first impression. Perfect for Bikers traveling together with friends, the 5 bedroom Manor House was built to host family and friends. Iconic Eureka Springs, the mansion features warm public gathering space, big decks to enjoy the Ozarks and a spacious kitchen with dining space, butcher block island and rows of windows that frame the 4.2 acres of woodlands that surround the estate. Secure biker parking available. The Manor offers a "Bikers Best" special of $499 weekday with a weekday group special of Buy 2 nights get the 3rd at 50% off or Buy 4 nights and get the 5th night free.
For more information on Lookout Cottages Estate, please call (479) 253-9766 or visit www.lookoutcottages.com. For large groups, please call 800-903-4940.
1905 Basin Park Hotel (800) 643-4972
Bike Friendly with covered and locked parking in the heart of Downtown Eureka Springs, the
Basin Park Hotel
offers Bikers Best rates beginning at $99 plus tax while featuring accommodations with one or two beds. On the hotel's second floor, the Balcony Restaurant and Bar has Eureka Springs' BEST Burger and a its unique copper bar overlooks the activity of Basin Spring Park. Rooftop Billiards is on the top floor of the hotel and the perfect place to put the kickstand down for the night, have a few drinks and to shoot pool on the Olhausen tables and relax with friends. The Basin Park also features the Spa1905 for relaxation or an evening hot tub.
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