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Markham House Suites Star Rating 2.5        
5120 West Markham

Within a mile of 3 medical centers, this modern, extended-stay hotel is a 5-minute walk from the War Memorial Stadium and less than a mile from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences campus.Unfussy rooms feature work desks, complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV, as well as minifridges, microwaves, and tea and coffeemakers. Bright 1-bedroom suites add kitchenettes and living rooms with sofabeds.
Crowne Plaza Little Rock Star Rating 4        
201 South Shackleford

This upscale hotel is 4 miles from the Little Rock Zoo and 10 miles from the Clinton Presidential Center.The polished rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks and coffeemakers, and some have pull-out sofas. Suites add minifridges, microwaves, separate seating areas and access to a club lounge with complimentary breakfast, while some have dining areas, wet bars and/or whirlpool tubs.
The Empress of Little Rock Star Rating 3.5        
2120 Louisiana St.

This upscale B&B in a Victorian mansion is 1 mile from both the MacArthur Park Historic District and the Arkansas Arts Center, and 3 miles from the Clinton Presidential Center.The 9 genteel, individually decorated rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, cable TV and antique furniture; most have sitting areas, and some have fireplaces and/or canopy beds. Suites add whirlpool tubs; some have balconies.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Little Rock Downtown Star Rating 3        
617 South Broadway

This traditional downtown hotel is 1.3 miles from the Clinton Presidential Center and a 6.4-mile drive to the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport.
Motel 6 Little Rock - South Star Rating 1        
7501 I-30 I-30 at Scott Hamilton Drive, Exit #134

This straightforward budget lodging is off Interstate 30, 4 miles from University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 4.6 miles from Willow Springs Water Park and 6.5 miles from downtown Little Rock.
Comfort Inn & Suites Presidential Star Rating 3        
707 Interstate 30

This straightforward budget hotel in Downtown Little Rock is a 5-minute walk from the McArthur Park Historic District, a 10-minute walk from the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and 3.9 miles from Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport.
Extended Stay America - Little Rock - West Little Rock Star Rating 2        
10800 Kanis Rd

This relaxed all-suite hotel is a mile from Interstate 430, 4 miles from Little Rock Zoo and 7 miles from Wild River Country water park.Offering free Wi-Fi, the understated suites also have flat-screen TVs, kitchens and dining areas. Upgraded suites add pull-out sofas; some have extra beds.
Best Western Premier The Burgundy Hotel Star Rating 3        
1501 Merrill Drive

This polished hotel is 7 miles from both Little Rock Zoo and Big Dam Bridge, the longest pedestrian and bike bridge in the country, and 11 miles from sprawling Burns Park.Bright, understated suites offer free Wi-Fi and smart TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. All also provide sitting areas with pull-out sofas.
SpringHill Suites Little Rock Star Rating 3        
306 Markham Center Drive

This modest all-suite hotel off I-430 is 4 miles from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and 4.2 miles from Little Rock Zoo.Simple suites have free WiFi, iPod docks and 37-inch flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, plus desks with ergonomic chairs, and living areas with pull-out sofas.
BEST WESTERN Luxury Inn & Suites Star Rating 1        
8219 Interstate 30

This modern, low-rise hotel is 8 miles from the William J. Clinton Presidential Library, and 11.3 miles from Little Rock Zoo.
 
 
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Little Rock on the Arkansas River got its name after small rock formations found on its banks. Nonetheless, Little Rock grew to become the capital of Arkansas State as well as its most populous city. As a cultural and economical core of the state, L'Petite Rocher provides picturesque urban gardening, numerous sightseeing posts, and records of historical significance, and is overall an extremely upbeat and fun place to visit. Little Rock Central High School National History Site The 1957 desegregation crisis begun when the governor of Arkansas Orval Faubus used National Guard troops to stop 'The Little Rock Nine' (first African-American students) from entry to the Little Rock Central High School. Because of this, the National Historic Site opted for an approach to the Civil Rights Movement which stresses on school integration.

Educational lectures and materials are available across the campus. William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum little rock arkansasAttracting uncountable visitors year-round, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and its library and museum feature a replica of the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room as well as alternating exhibitions and a museum store. Museum of Discovery An interactive museum of science, technology and history, the Museum of Discovery homes amazing permanent exhibitions such as Energy!, Imagination Station, Arkansas Indians, Worlds of the Forest and many other. In addition, a changing variety of displays is circulating throughout the year offering new sights ever so often. Big Dam Bridge The monumental Big Dam Bridge (which got its name because of the dam it is built upon) spans over the Arkansas River and is open to pedestrians and cyclists only. Take a walk and absorb Little Rock's skyline.

Two Rivers Park Two Rivers Park provides a recreational palette which can satisfy any outdoors lover. Possibilities vary from family activities to cycling, hiking and horseback riding on over 1000 acres of backcountry, forests and water areas. You can even have a gardening session in the Garden of Trees. Riverfront Park Urban green wave of the Riverfront Park enables residents and visitors leisure and recreation 'inside the city walls'. Sculptures are scattered over the park grounds giving it a dignifying charm. Join a volleyball or Frisbee match or read a book in the shade. You might want to check out lineups for the Riverfest Amphitheater because a concert under the night sky is always a good idea!

River Market District The culinary and entertainment center of Little Rock, River Market District has everything you might need to have a good time in Little Rock. Stroll among the stalls and tables and grab a bite or purchase a unique piece of jewelry or an antique souvenir. If you are in a mood for live music go to the Cajun's Wharf or piano bars Willy D's and Emie Biggs. If you wish to feel the shaking beat under your feet head south to the Electric Cowboy. After a long fun night, head to the trolleys and drive through the city as the dawn approaches. You are on vacation; sleep can be caught up with at any time. However, the sight of an unknown city waking up is not to be missed!