This classic all-suite hotel features a tropical open-air atrium where guests can enjoy breakfast before venturing out to discover Little Rock Zoo and the vibrant River Market, both a short drive away. Spend the day exploring, or work up a sweat in the fitness centre, cool off in the indoor pool and unwind with refreshments at the evening reception. Indulge in classic American cuisine at the Sports Bar and Grill, then return to spacious, comfortably furnished suites with plush bedding and separate living areas.
Why we recommend Embassy Suites Little Rock
- All-suite hotel close to River Market District
- Modern and spacious with separate living areas
- Indoor pool and fitness centre
- Onsite sports bar and restaurant
- Complimentary breakfast and evening reception
Attractions near Embassy Suites Little Rock
Ride the river trail
The popular paved waterfront walking and biking track known as the Arkansas River Trail is a great way to mix with the locals. This mostly flat 142-kilometre loop through Little Rock and North Little Rock passes river crossings, natural parkland, local landmarks and an impressive collection of 12 museums along the way. Don't miss the William J. Clinton Presidential Centre Museum – it details Bill Clinton’s life in and out of the White House. When your stomach starts to rumble, stop off at one of the restaurants at the Little Rock River Market and feast on fresh local fare.
If bike riding isn’t your thing, strap on some inline skates or hop on a horse – the River Trail is the perfect spot for a little outdoor recreation no matter how you tackle it.
Explore the Mosaic Templars Cultural Centre
Established to celebrate African American history in Arkansas, the state-of-the-art Mosaic Templars Cultural Centre is well worth a visit. Take a journey back to the abolition of slavery in 1863, and learn the stories of the racial discrimination that placed so many obstacles in the path of newfound freedom. Influential African American entrepreneurs are recognised here, along with Little Rock’s Ninth Street business district, which stood as a proud, but segregated, community.
A highlight is the Arkansas Black History Hall of Fame, which is a permanent exhibit. There are also some fascinating books available for adults, teens and children that recount African American history and achievements.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Gift shop or boutique||Bikes|
|Swimming pool||Swimming pool|
|Swimming pool (indoor)||Recreation game room|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet (wireless)||Internet (cable)|
|Cable TV||Iron and ironing board|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet cable fee||Internet (common wireless)|
|Internet common wireless fee||Non-smoking|