Capital Hotel, AR

National Register of Historic Places
A Little Rock Landmark
A Little Rock Landmark

One of the historic Capital Hotel's most notable features is the prefabricated cast-iron façade that is part of the original construction (though it has been added to since). This architectural detail was built out of state ¿ where is not known for certain ¿ and shipped to Arkansas. The building was designed and constructed to accommodate the façade, which is not only decorative but a vital structural element as well.

Perfect for Weddings and Meetings
Perfect for Weddings and Meetings

Historic Hotels of America is certain that whatever the occasion, th facilities at The Capital Hotel will suit your needs.

Charming Rooms
Charming Rooms

The Capital Hotel boasts 94 heritage accommodations including 15 Capital Great Rooms and four luxury suites.

Where History Stayed
Where History Stayed

The landmark hotel in Little Rock hosted many political and historic personages, including President Ulysses S. Grant. In fact, legend says that the Capital's unusually large elevator was built to allow Grant to take his horse to his hotel room.

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Capital Hotel

The Capital Hotel, built in 1873 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2009 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Historic Hotels of America is the official program...[more]


111 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone:+1 800 678 8946

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In the heart of downtown Little Rock, directly across the street from the world headquarters of Stephens Inc. and the Statehouse Convention Center. Within walking distance to attractions such as the River Market, the Clinton Presidential Center, and Heifer International. 18-mile bicycle loop accessible from the hotel with a wide variety of nearby outdoor activities available. 5-20 minute drive. Clinton National Airport: 5 miles, 15 minutes.

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