Little Rock Vacations
What to Do in Little Rock
Look for Little Rock hotels that are close to the downtown and River Market area, as these two zones are lively on the weekends and feature plenty of places for eating and drinking. The River Market features a massive farmer's market on Sundays, with great local offerings on Arkansas-grown produce and artisanal foods. Explore the Quapaw Quarter, a neighborhood filled with stately, Victorian-era houses. You'll also want to explore the Midtown neighborhoods of Hillcrest and The Heights, home to some of the most upscale restaurants and gorgeous architecture. Little Rock rental cars make the trip to Midtown much easier.
A City of Celebrations!
All-inclusive vacations to Little Rock are a great idea year-round, but the city really comes alive in October, when the Arkansas State Fair takes over the fairgrounds located just south of the city. It's a huge event and makes for a memorable outing. There's also Riverfest, which happens Memorial Day weekend in Riverfront Park, located downtown. An arts and cultural festival, it ends with a massive fireworks display, which is worth the trip alone. Travelocity is a great home for Little Rock package deals and can help you find the cheapest and best ways to see the city. Search over 400 airlines and more than 510,000 hotels worldwide to be sure you book the perfect Little Rock trip.
Accommodation in Little Rock
The state capital of Arkansas has as many as 114 accommodations that you can browse and book via Travelocity's Little Rock lodging guide.
The deals at the Empress of Little Rock and the Residence Inn Little Rock Downtown should stimulate your senses, should you be seeking a superior stay. If those don't suit your taste and budget, maybe you'll prefer the Little Rock Marriott, at 3 Statehouse Plaza, or the Holiday Inn Little Rock-Presidential-Dwntn, at 600 Interstate 30.