A comment on the "Cold" review

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by a traveler from Travelocity.com on January 28, 2011

One traveler gave a poor review, and then said that he usually stays in Holiday Inns. That's a telling comment. Those who prefer Holiday Inns near Dennys restaurants shouldn't stay at the Crescent. The Crescent is for those who prefer historic hotels approved by the Preservation Society, with elegant service and dining, and clawfoot bathtubs. And what a history! I was especially taken with the Crystal Dining Room. Just imagine, a five course dinner, well prepared and elegantly served (with real silver), for under $*! Where else are you going to find that? And there is a sumptious free breakfast in the Crystal as well. My wife and I visited in the off-season (late January). We will probably return in the spring, when more local shops are open (many closed until March) and the garden is in bloom. My only disappointment was the ghost tour, which I thought a little hokey, but then I'm a big time skeptic. The hotel history certainly lends itself to such. ABC, Texas
Crescent Hotel
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 72632


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