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Holiday Inn Little Rock-Presidential-Dwntn
600 Interstate 30
Little Rock, AR 72202
Nightly Rates: 133.00 - 202.00Currency: USD
Welcome to the newly renovated Holiday Inn Presidential Downtown Little RockAt our Holiday Inn in Little Rock, we provide you with all the amenities and accommodations youll need from your home away from home. Enjoy award-winning Little Rock hotel hospitality when you book a room or suite with us. Holiday Inn Presidential is located in the popular historic downtown Little Rock area, near local attractions like the River Market, Clinton Presidential Center, Statehouse Convention Center, Heifer International, Verizon Arena, and numerous local micro-breweries. Your guest room will be yours to call home while in Little Rock, and our staff will be dedicated to your comfort. Your rest and rejuvenation will be paramount to our staff from the moment you walk into our lobby.Regardless which of our 150 rooms you choose, awaiting you will be a relaxing workspace equipped with a flat-screen HDTV, hosting more than 40 channels including HBO, CNN, Fox News, and the Golf Channel. It also features complimentary Wi-Fi and a spacious desk equipped with an ergonomic chair.During your stay at the Holiday Inn Presidential, the Camp David Restaurant and Lounge is awaiting your visit or call to deliver a delicious meal or a local brew of your choice. Should you decide to go out for the evening, we offer complimentary transportation to and from the River Market District and other attractions. The hotel offers free long distance Continental USA only.
Check In: 3:00 PMCheck Out: 11:00 AMTime Zone: GMT
Number of Floors: 8Number of Rooms: 150Number of Suites: 11
• Accessible facilities • Air conditioning individually controlled in room • Bathtub • Bell staff/porter • Car rental desk • Cocktail lounge • Coffee/Tea maker • Color television • Complimentary newspaper in lobby • Cribs • Desk with lamp • Direct dial telephone • Dry cleaning • Florist • Free airport shuttle • Free newspaper • Free parking • Gift/News stand • Golf • Grocery shopping service available • Hairdryer • High speed internet connection • Housekeeping - daily • Interior corridors • Ironing board • Late check-out available • Lounges/bars • Meeting rooms • Non-smoking • On-Site parking • Onsite laundry • Outdoor pool • Parking • Private bathroom • Restaurant • Room service • Safe deposit box • Satellite television • Shoe shine stand • Spare electrical outlet available at desk • Stereo • Storage space • Tennis court • Transportation services - local area • Two-line phone • Valet same day dry cleaning • Voice mail • Wireless internet connection • Wireless internet connection in public areas
: Connecting rooms, Separate closet, Sofa bed, Rollaway bed
: Microwave, Mini-refrigerator
: Connecting rooms, Kitchenette, Microwave, Mini-refrigerator, Separate closet, Sofa bed, Rollaway bed
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