Texarkana Arkansas Hotels

The Texarkana hotels aren't prolific in number, but there are a sufficient amount of lodging options here to satisfy most visitors. A few 3-star Texarkana hotels figure prominently on the scene, and they offer what are arguably the best rooms in town. Should you be interested in cheap Texarkana lodging, the rates are pretty fair across the board, and even the more upscale hotels are relatively cheap. You can also consider the Texarkana motels if you really want to save some money on rates. They are the cheapest accommodations in Texarkana, and while light on amenities, they are clean and comfortable enough for most. Whether you're hanging out in Texarkana for a while or just staying overnight before heading onward to cities like Dallas, Little Rock, or Fayetteville, you can use the following recommendations for Texarkana hotels to help you find a good place to stay.

Should you be planning on enjoying an extended stay in Texarkana, the TownePlace Suites by Marriott offers some of the best rooms in the area. It also offers a full range of amenities and facilities, which is why it's among the more expensive Texarkana hotels. That's not to say that the rates are lofty, but you might look elsewhere if it's cheap Texarkana lodging that you're after. The TownePlace Suites Hotel is actually on the Texas side of Texarkana, as the city is split by the Texas-Arkansas border. Since Texarkana is a small city, getting to all the best area attractions is easy regardless of which side you stay on. All of the guest units at the TownePlace Suites Hotel are suites, so they are rather spacious. Each features separate sleeping and living areas, not to mention a fully-equipped kitchen. A tasteful decor characterizes the suites here, and amenities include free internet access, voice mail, a work desk, an alarm clock, satellite cable TV, individual climate control, signature Marriott bedding, an iron/ironing board, and a hair dryer. Outside of the rooms, you'll find an outdoor pool, a fitness room, a small business center, and a breakfast area where you can enjoy a free daily breakfast.

The Holiday Inn Express Texarkana, which can also be found on the Texas side of this dual-state city, is among the newer Texarkana hotels, so the rooms are appealingly fresh. They are also tastefully-decorated and among the cozier accommodations in Texarkana. You can choose a standard guest room here, opt for an Executive Club Level room, or enjoy a little added space by booking a suite. While the rooms offer coffee makers and tea makers, the suites add a microwave and a mini-fridge to the mix of amenities. Standard amenities in all the guest units include satellite cable TV, a work desk, a free morning newspaper, voicemail, free internet access, free local calls, a hair dryer, and an iron and ironing board. A complimentary continental breakfast is included in the rates, and while there isn't an onsite restaurant here, there are a bunch close by and some can be reached on foot. The Holiday Inn Express features a convenience store, a small fitness room, and an outdoor pool among its facilities, and guests can get free passes to use a local sports complex. With so many great attractions close by, such as the Talimena Scenic Byway, you might find it hard to concentrate on work during your stay, but the Holiday Inn Express offers business services if you need to get some work done.

Though you can find cheap Texarkana lodging that is less expensive than the Hampton Inn and Suites Texarkana, you can hardly beat the overall value. This newer hotel, which gives the TownePlace Suites and the Holiday Inn Express a run for their money, is found on the Texas side of the city as well. The rooms here are clean and comfortable, and while not exactly luxurious, they are attractive and good on amenities. Larger suites are available if you want added space, but even the more standard rooms are relatively spacious. You can choose a room with a king-size bed or one with two queens, and among the amenities are a miniature or full-size refrigerator (depending on room), cable TV, free internet access, a work desk, and complimentary toiletries. Basic amenities like a coffee maker and a hair dryer are included as well. You can always pay less to stay at one of the Texarkana motels, but you won't enjoy nearly as many amenities as you will if you pay a bit extra to stay here. A free breakfast helps to make the rates even more fair, and the hotel also offers business services, an indoor pool, and a fitness room.

The cheap Texarkana lodging choices can get quite cheap. Head to one of the area campgrounds to secure a site, and you'll pay even less than you would at one of the Texarkana motels. While the Texarkana motels are well-priced and offer a sufficient amount of amenities, you might look to spend a bit more for accommodations that have more in the way of character. The Mansion on Main B&B is full of character, not to mention affordable, so it deserves a look. In case you haven't noticed a theme here, this Texarkana hotel is also on the Texas side of things. You'll find this lovely Victorian inn overlooking Main Street, and it's hard to miss with its soaring pillars and overall charming appearance. Recent renovations have done well to get this 1895 building into shape, though it still retains its historical feel. Whether you're in the area to do some hiking, fishing, golfing, or general exploring, coming back to your cozy and charming room at the Mansion Inn B&B is a treat. All of the five units here offer considerable luxury, and each is outfitted with period antiques and decorations. A private bathroom, an antique bed, a desk, a refrigerator, a coffee maker, cable TV, an air purifier, and free local calls are among the standard amenities. Some of the rooms offer a private verandah or a fireplace.

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