Capital Hotel

111 W. Markham St., Little Rock, Arkansas, 72201, United States

Near the Old State House museum in the heart of Little Rock, the Capital is appropriately dubbed the "Front Porch of Little Rock" because of the staff's commitment to authentic Southern hospitality—arriving here feels more like being welcomed into someone's home than checking into a corporate-owned hotel. The former office building was converted to a hotel in 1876 after a fire had destroyed much of downtown. Now complemented with modern conveniences and contemporary amenities (including a $2 million kitchen) it expresses the New South while still honoring its legacy as a haven for weary travelers, a ballroom for debutantes and brides, an office for multimillion-dollar business deals, and a stage for national political drama.

PROS

  • complimentary Wi-Fi and business center
  • the city's only secured on-site valet parking
  • two on-site restaurants

CONS

  • room configurations may vary
  • no in-room coffeemaker

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Business, Historical, Service
Sophisticated
Central
Design

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 501-374–7474

HOTEL DETAILS

78 rooms, 16 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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