My husband and I spent one night in Hot Springs at Iron Horse Station. The place was very comfortable and quaint. We had a room with "sky well" which meant a sky light and no window. All window rooms were booked.
I was concerned about this when booking but as it turned out I really liked it.
It lit the room very well with natural light and at night you could see the stars through it.
The maybe not so great thing was in the morning.....it again filled the room with lots of natural light, so it may hinder your sleep. Did not bother us cause we were getting up early anyway.
Over all we really enjoyed our stay here and plan on returning with friends.
We also had dinner in the resturant, which was just down the back stairway, food was very good too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Iron Horse Station is an 1890's hotel, restaurant, and tavern with 31 adjacent artist and craft shops. Listed on the National Register, it is part of the Historic Inns of Hot Springs with sister property Mountain Magnolia Inn. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Iron Horse Station Hotel Hot Springs