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Recent Hot Springs Village reviews

  • We want to come back every year!

    "We had such a great time at this awesome lake house! This was my family's first time to Hot Springs Village, but we were so impressed we can't wait to come back. This house was the perfect location for us. We were able to relax, but still had plenty to do. We spent our days fishing, kayaking, swimming and exploring the village. The screened-in porch was one of our favorite things about the house and we enjoyed sitting out there to visit and eat with the beautiful scenery in the background. At night, we had so much fun playing games and watching movies inside the beautiful lake house. We loved being able to enjoy the nature too and saw many deer and a chipmunk that hung out by the lake house! I highly recommend this lake house to anyone looking for a relaxing getaway. It was clean, spacious and beautiful. We can't wait to come back!"
    Guest: Texas tourists Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Our Stay

    "We had a great visit! We stayed in this townhome for 5 days and had a blast. The townhome is fully furnished and equipped. We had to change our plans a bit due to rain four out of the five days we were there. Thank goodness the townhome was so nice and enjoyable. We spent a good deal of time on the deck playing cards and watching the rain. The lake is wonderful and the surrounding area was pleasant. The neighbors were quiet but friendly. It was a perfect trip and we will do it again!!"
    Guest: Jenn Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014
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  • secluded and restful

    "My wife and I stayed here for 6 nights. Everything was fine and available. Great restful setting, solid satellite viewing on multiple TVs as well. Very quiet neighborhood. The view of the lake and the dock is very peaceful. Bit of a walk down to it, but well worth it! Take a book and a thermos of coffee. Funniest thing was the hickory nuts falling on the deck. Until you figure out what it was it is a bit out of the norm. The biggest problem is that Mapquest will direct you to a gate requiring a pass code. Stick with Rte 5 coming into Desoto Drive and you will be fine. Huge number of golf courses that look lightly used. Should have no problem with tee times. Hot Springs National Park and the Tower should be seen. Boat rentals available for the lake as well. Best to buy groceries in Hot Springs. I recommend the WalMart on south Central....it is HUGE! A smaller grocery store outside the Rte 5 gate called Cranfield or something similar. Anything you need the owner Linda Rinaldo can help with information wise. Bring a college sticker and add it to the window or as a coaster.....quite a representation."
    Guest: SIc Em Bears! Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • Paula Vaden Texas

    "I can tell you the pictures do not do this property justice!!!! It was wondering and it had so much living space even with 2 adults and my 5 kids we did not feel crowded what so ever!!! This was a special trip for us with my 7 year old who is a brittle type 1 diabetic and not in good health we had to stay in a couple days of our stay, with TVs in all the bedrooms the kids did not mind one bit. I would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Paula Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 16, 2014
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Hot Springs Village Travel Tips

Hot Springs Village Vacation Rentals Are Where Visitors Have Enjoyed the Springs Since 1828

The Hot Springs area of Arkansas is within an easy distance of the airports at either Memphis Tennessee or Little Rock, just 50 miles to the northeast of the area. For drivers, it is conveniently located just off Highway 7 or Highway 5 from Benton. Hot Springs Village lodging is in central Arkansas, near the Ouachita Mountains. The four distinct, generally mild, seasons make it an ideal vacation area throughout the year.

From the discovery of the warm spring waters in 1804, Hot Springs have been a natural attraction for visitors since 1828 when the first hotel was constructed. Today, visitors flock to the modern spa facility to enjoy a relaxing experience of these natural "healing" waters.

Hot Springs Village Condos with 26,000 Acres of Great Outdoor Activities

Hot Springs Village vacation rentals are situated in some 26,000 acres, with around 25 percent of the land reserved as green-belt. Here, visitors can enjoy nine-golf courses, 11 lakes with two beaches and two marinas with recreational activities such as fishing, swimming and boating. There are also over 26 miles of trails for hiking and biking. There is a spa, fitness center with tennis courts, track, and an arts center where regular events take place. There are many opportunities for an enjoyable evening in the town, with excellent restaurants, clubs and hotels all offering a variety of evening entertainment. One of the most popular evening occasions is to take a dinner cruise to enjoy the warm evenings on the lake.

In the historic area of downtown Hot Springs, visitors will find the thermal spas and Victorian architecture combined with its art galleries and stores make it an enjoyable place to spend time. There is Magic Springs theme park along with the Crystal Falls water park for excellent family fun. The Mid-America Science Museum offers an interactive, hands-on experience that children will enjoy.

Great Lake Based Activities in Hot Springs

For outdoor activities, many visitors will find the lakes are a perfect place to enjoy a variety of pursuits. The three main lakes in the area surrounding Hot Springs Village condos offer very unique experiences. At Lake Ouachita, visitors will enjoy almost 1,000 miles of shoreline and over 40,000 acres around this man-made lake. It is ideal for scuba diving, boating and fishing. Surrounding the lake is 1.6 million acres of forest with 32 miles of trails where visitors can really get away from it all. At Lake Hamilton, there are 7,200 acres to explore. It is a residential area with good fishing, waterskiing and jet skiing facilities. Here, visitors will find the Bell of Hot Springs, a riverboat that takes trips to view the Ouachita Mountains. The Garven Woodland Gardens is 210 acres of woodland along the peninsula which visitors can also visit by boat. Lake Catherine is a perfect place for families with safe swimming, as well as boating and waterskiing. This is also where the dedicated anglers will want to fish for bass, bream, crappie, catfish, trout, stripers, and walleye. The 1,940-acre lake is formed by the Remmel Dam, a hydroelectric dam.

Hot Springs Village Lodging Includes Individual Properties with Great Luxuries

Hot Springs Village condos are all individual properties but each has one thing in common. That is the excellent facilities on offer. All properties come with fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities, and unique features, such as large properties with private dock, wifi internet access, games rooms with big screen TVs, full entertainment systems, and hot tubs. Some owners provide even more with bicycles and water toys as well as a welcome for pets.

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