Enjoy being in the midst of exciting downtown Hot Springs National Park with it's great shopping, dining, local arts scene, thriving night life, and many attractions including Bath House Row with it's selection of bath and massage services. Footsteps away from your door is the National Park with it's hiking trails, breathtaking views and outdoor adventure. We are currently renovating a historic downtown Hot Springs property that includes a Victorian Home and an attached inn. Come be part of historic preservation and downtown revitalization by making your next stay in Hot Springs National Park at THE B INN. We offer very clean and inexpensive, nicely furnished suites and rooms with great views of downtown and the National Park in the attached inn. To keep your prices down, we don't provide a continental breakfast, but a small selection of complimentary breakfast snacks are found in your room for you to enjoy. there is an on site market and cafe with affordable and healthy pastries, bagels, groceries and lunch items. If you are looking for the perfect bed and breakfast experience or for full service luxury, we may not be the inn for you, but if you are looking for a unique experience full of history and character with very clean and very affordable rooms in the middle of downtown Hot Springs National Park you will love THE B INN!
The History Book themed room has a Two Double beds, Microwave, Fridge, Cable TV. Complimentary in-room Wi-Fi. Each morning between 10am and 12 Noon each room (not person) receives a $10 credit toward continental breakfast items, lunch items or groceries at our lobby, the Park Island Market and Café. Hair Dryer, Alarm Clock. Coffee Maker Complimentary spring water.
Nightly Rate: $55 - $70
Enjoy this clean affordable retro style room with a view of the surrounding mountains! Room has private entrance, private bath and parking in front of room. Full Litchen. Basic Cable. Complimentary WiFi. In the middle of Park Avenue Historical District, the only neighborhood in the US surrounded by a National Park, an area going through revitalization and an emerging green and arts district, but still has plenty of character! Two Doubles or One Queen Size Bed. Some have kitchen. Complimentary Continental Breakfast.
Nightly Rate: $55 - $45
Apartment like accommodation for 1-2 people with a private bedroom with two double Beds and a 2nd TV. A Full Kitchen includes a full size refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, hot tea, plenty of counter cabinets! Dining Room, Literature library. Full Bath. Furnished Living room includes a fold out couch. Cable TV, DVD library, Iron and board. Free Wi-Fi.Each morning between 10am and 12 Noon each room (not person) receives a $10 credit toward continental breakfast items, lunch items or groceries at our "lobby", the Park Island Market and Café located in front of The B Inn.
Nightly Rate: $75 - $90
The Literature Suite for 1-4 people(Remember there is only one bathroom!) Apartment like accommodation with a private bedroom with two double Beds and a 2nd TV. A Full Kitchen includes a full size refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee maker with fresh ground coffee, hot tea. Plenty of counter cabinets! Dining Room & Literature library. Full Bath. Furnished Living room includes a fold out couch. Cable TV, DVD library, Iron and board. Complimentary in-room WiFi. Continental Breakfast/Lunch Included 10am to 12 Noon.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
Apartment accommodations with private bedroom with 2 Double Beds and 2nd TV. Full Kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee maker with fresh ground coffee, hot tea, plenty of counter cabinets! Dining Room. Library. Full Bath. Furnished Living room includes a fold out couch. Cable TV, DVD library, Iron and board. Free Wi-Fi. Alarm Clock. Continental Breakfast/Lunch Included 10am to 12 Noon.
Nightly Rate: $75 - $75
This room has a Romantic Literature Theme with a full library of Romantic Novels, One Queen Bed, microwave, Cable TV, refrigerator, stove top oven and private bathroom. Continental Breakfast/Lunch Included 10am to 12 Noon. Free WiFi. Coffee maker with fresh ground coffee and hot tea. Iron Board. Alarm Clock. Complimentary spring drinking water!
Nightly Rate: $55 - $70
Enjoy this clean affordable retro style room with a view of the surrounding mountains! Room has private entrance, private bath and parking in front of room. Basic Cable. Complimentary WiFi and a full kitchen In the middle of Park Avenue Historical District, the only neighborhood in the US surrounded by a National Park, an area going through revitalization and an emerging green and arts district, but still has plenty of character! Two Double Beds or One Queen/King Size Bed. Complimentary Continental Breakfast.
Nightly Rate: $65 - $65
Nicely furnished Mystery book themed room has Two Double beds, Microwave, Refrigerator, Cable TV. Coffee Maker. Private Bathroom. Private Entrance. Library. Free WiFi. Park outside your room. Great view of downtown and mountains! To keep your room affordable, a continental breakfast is not offered, we do put a small basket of breakfast snacks in each room. On site cafe has very reasonable priced pastries, bagels and fresh produce.
Nightly Rate: $55 - $65
The Big Bed Room Room is all bed and no books! We acquired a new four column post King Size bed recently, not enough room for books! Microwave, Refrigerator, Cable TV. Coffee Maker. Private Bathroom. Private Entrance. Park outside your room. Great view of downtown and mountains! Free WiFi. Continental Breakfast/Lunch Included 10am to 12 Noon.
Nightly Rate: $45 - $65
3.2 on July 26, 2014
You get what you pay for. The quirkiness I appreciated, we arrived after hours & the owners were accommodating (although a little difficult to reach, the location is great & the cost is unbeatable. The function of the space inside our room (the big bed room) left something to be desired. Tiny, tiny bathroom, 4 poster bed takes up way too much room & my husband tripped or stubbed his toes on it several times. No night stands w/lamps so reading before lights out was difficult. I would not have felt safe here had I been traveling by myself simply because of a fairly flimsy door & insufficient lock. All in all, we had a great stay in Hot Springs. Would I stay again? Possibly, but a few functional upgrades might entice me back. (We didn't actually partake in the dining experience)
5 on June 30, 2014
The Inn was very nice. It had everything we needed for our short stay.
4.8 on April 26, 2014
If you love history, perhaps have a little eccentric nostalgia for the Wonder Years of the past..... B Inn will fit the bill..... excellent service, clean rooms, comfortable beds and fantastic location in Hot Springs ....... the owners are exceptionally attentive and nice.....the rooms are decorated in eclectic shabby chic which is a nice pleasant contrast to the bland modern chain motels...... We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and have already booked a room for our next visit!
4.0 on February 21, 2014
Our room was clean, and having a microwave and mini-fridge in the room was nice. It was quiet and an easy walk from downtown. I wasn't impressed with the breakfast selection - I had to settle for a yogurt and a Clif bar. But for the price you can't find a room like that very often so I'm not complaining too much. :) Overall we enjoyed our visit.
5 on September 03, 2013
Super clean. Not fancy. Reasonable rates. The market has a little of everything. Love the NO - SMOKING policy. Found our new "home" in Hot Springs. Book early. It fills up.
4.8 on August 23, 2013
My husband and I did a driveby and ended up at the b inn and ever since then I'm hooked and we go every chance we get for the price and how great the guys are we love the place Thank you brenda and mark
4.6 on August 20, 2013
The B Inn was the very best. Old lovely and so unique. Even tho the room was old it was very clean.It's small kitchen had every thing one would need for a short stay.The hotel rates were priced just right and was a great value. The owners were great.Very friendly and helpful.We were treated wonderful.If I had to add something negative the only thing I could possible could say would be that the breakfast items were a little on the healthy side for my taste.I'm an egg mc muffin girl.All in all if your looking for someplace that's different were you will be welcomed with a friendly smile and people who truly are happy to have you stay at there place.Then I would say the B Inn is the place your looking for. Don't let the outside fool you.Stick around and check it out.We will be back for another visit soon.
5 on August 01, 2013
We will be staying in the b Inn for the third time this September for the bike rally. We love it. Quite, clean and we love the dog. The hospitality is great. This is our home away from home every September. Tom Hurst
4.6 on July 12, 2013
this place looks a little rough on the outside, but the rooms are very clean and super cozy! we stayed in the literature suite which has a dining room, full kitchen, living room and bed room. we absolutely love this little place! it has a vintage feel almost as if you're staying at grandma's. the value is outstanding, you can't find anything this nice for under $100/night in hot springs. the service was great and you get to go to the market across the street for freshly baked pastries (they have lots of other things to choose from as well) for breakfast in the morning. after staying here a few times we will never stay anywhere else while visiting hot springs! we would definitely recommend this place for any one looking for a cozy place to stay for a great value!
4.4 on October 25, 2012
We simply love this place...its quirky ---decor doesnt match, nor does silverware or dishes..so what? Its homey! The owners are fantastic and will make your viist memorable and you'll want to come again too. The big basket of breakfast goodies are such a nice touch..eat in your jammies, even outside on the porch..thats just the kind of home town place it is. Getting ready to come again in Nov...
National Park, Oaklawn Race Track, Bath House Row, Clinton Boyhood Home, Airport, Downtown, Mountains
Little Rock, AR (LIT)
located in the downtown historical district where Central Avenue meets Park Avenue
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Culinary District, Central Park Fusion Cuisine, Bath House Row, Mountain Tower, Alligator Farm, Magic Springs Water Park, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
CD player, Computer, Copier, Parking
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
National Park hiking trails begin within walking distance of property. Ask about which ones go to swim holes! Bike Rental within walking distance, as well as all downtown attractions and shopping.
Joseph Sheridan and Armando Ortiz and the Stojakovic Family
Serbian, English, Spanish
Friendly Outdoor Dog and Cats
We love Hot Springs. The mix of a cosmopolitan downtown surrounded by nature is precious. We enjoy sharing the health and vitality Hot Springs brings to our lives. We hope our knowledge of Hot Springs past and present will help make your trip to a joy! Joseph was born in California and grew up all over, living in New York City for 17 years. Armando was born in Mexico and lived and traveled the states the last 12 years. Our partners, The wonderful Stojakovic family also live on the property.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free, Vegan