Eureka Springs’ tallest building, the seven-story 1905 Basin Park Hotel located here in the center of downtown, has completely restyled for 2021.  The arts and crafts ambiance that has greeted guests in the lobby has been extended to each and every sleeping room.  This full-house transformation includes paint, furnishings and compatible accents.

Under the creative eye of Amaranthine Creative Interior Design various elements were carefully chosen and utilized.  From the arts and crafts color palette of Sherwin Williams, each room was been repainted by Memo’s Paint with this palette’s rich, deep earth tone colors.  Accenting the new wall colors are exquisite Bradbury & Bradbury artistic wallpaper friezes.

Amaranthine’s creative touch extended throughout each sleeping room: Suites, Spring Street-view rooms, premium rooms, and VIP suites.  All of the hotel’s antique furnishings were pulled then poignantly chosen with expert replacement throughout the rooms to ensure not only the arts and crafts look and feel but to ensure that each room became more spacious and welcoming.  On those fresh, new walls, many rooms were accented by mirrors, to enlarge a room’s feel, and the photographic artwork of local artist, Edward Robison III.  Additionally, each room is now illuminated by Quoizel Tiffany-style lamps and lighting.

“We were honored to have the opportunity to recreate authentic.” stated an Amaranthine spokesperson.  “This beloved downtown hotel structure now can boast a consistent color palette, true to its design period and one that pairs together style, guest service, offerings and programs.  The Basin Park Hotel is once again, a downtown destination.”

As stated, the new look, new feel of the Basin Park’s sleeping rooms dovetails perfectly with the hotels newer additions of Jack Rabbett’s Whisky Bar and its adjacent J.R.’s Game Room.  The bar features a living room atmosphere with plush seating; fireplace; two professional pool tables; and hardwood walls, floor and accents.  The game room, with its wide variety of hands-on recreation diversions, was created to offer a safe Covid activities center and now has grown into a permanent feature for hotel guests and visitors.

The hotel’s Spa1905 is open seven days a week.  2021 Enhancements include an expanded Spa Deck featuring a hot tub and a huge fire pit surrounded by comforting outdoor seating and lounges.  “The 1905 Basin Park Hotel has always been known as Eureka’s ‘people’s hotel’ and this total restyling keeps true to that standard,” Moyer concluded, “by being downtown’s only full-service hotel with a 24-hour front desk, a resort activity host, free parking, bellmen service, hotel shuttle, and our Balcony Restaurant.”


Girlfriend Getaway at Spa1905

By Jill Rohrbach

Obviously, the most important aspect of a successful girls weekend is the girlfriends themselves. The friendships are what make the fun.

But, picking the right destination for that fun can add up big. That’s why my group of besties chose Eureka Springs for a recent weekend getaway.

The 1905 Basin Park Hotel became our basecamp. We rolled into town on a Friday afternoon and checked into the Spa Collection Rooms. These three rooms with king size beds, located inside the hotel’s spa wing, are a perfect choice for a small group of women.

We booked in advance the last spa appointments for the day at Spa1905, which helped wash away the work week and put us right into vacation mode. With the spa then closed, that meant we pretty much had that wing of the second floor to ourselves.

Other guests can access that hallway leading to the spa courtyard, but few people did during our stay. The spa deck has a hot tub, fire pit and lots of lounge chairs and we took full advantage of the amenities.

We also loved the special perks that come with booking the Spa Collection Rooms, which include exclusive late-night access to the spa deck, robes and slippers that we lived in all weekend, feather bed toppers, high-end linens, and complimentary gourmet coffee delivered to our rooms each morning.

One on our rooms was a little bigger than the others and we immediately made it into the “party” room, setting up snack trays we brought with us along with various beverage options. In other words, there were a few bottles of champagne uncorked in celebration of our friendships.

One benefit of staying at the Basin Park Hotel is that it is right in the middle of the historic district next to the iconic Basin Spring Park. Just steps from the hotel doors are shops, restaurants, bars, historic springs, Victorian architecture, and hidden hiking paths. Yet, the first night we decided to keep things simple by staying inside the hotel for the evening. We put our name on the list for a table at The Balcony Restaurant and hit Jack Rabbett’s Whisky Bar next door while we waited.

Saturday started with an amazing brunch at Mud Street Cafe. Then, we hit the streets to do a little shopping. We struck gold at Christopher’s, where every one of us bought something – purses, shoes, earrings, clothes, and kimono hair clips. We took our goods back to the hotel, just across the street, and some of us even put on our new clothes or changed out purses. Then we were off again, grabbing beverages at Missy’s White Rabbit before wandering the streets some more.

Originally, we said we were going to hike one of the many trails in the area, but decided walking the town was perfect for the day.

We did have lofty goals of eating dinner at some of the new restaurants in town that we had never been to or at an old favorite — Grotto, Le Stick, Local Flavor, and Stonehouse Wine Bar — but we didn’t plan ahead. So, these locations were either booked with reservations, had late reservations we didn’t want or were closed for the winter break. Not wanting our evening to be dictated by time, when we were hungry we strolled down to Amigo’s, a great Mexican restaurant that was fairly full but able to seat us immediately. We’re always happy with cheese dip in front of us, but if your girlfriends are looking for more of a fine dining experience, you can call restaurants for reservations in advance or get on a wait list.

We spent the rest of the evening in the hot tub, around the fire pit or in our party room laughing so hard we cried. Isn’t it funny how a single hotel room can be become the most magical place on earth with your girlfriends telling stories and joking around?

The majority of our final morning was spent at Eureka Springs Coffee House, which we highly recommend. Between sips of coffee and bites of avocado toast, grit bowls, or breakfast sliders, we laughed again at our “remember last night” stories that were all the funnier in the light of day.

Thanks for the memories Eureka. We will be back for more.

3 Reasons to Stay at Basin Park Hotel

The 1905 Basin Park Hotel makes the perfect basecamp for a Eureka Springs getaway. The tallest building in the town, the hotel is a historical landmark that continues to hold great allure today. Since it opened in 1905, it has been an integral part in drawing thousands of visitors seeking renewed health, leisure and fun.

Whether looking to relax or enjoy the nightlife, here are three reasons to choose Basin Park Hotel.

  1. Self-contained fun. Not that you would, but if you decided never to step foot outside of the hotel it has everything you need for a perfect weekend – spa, restaurant, bar, game room, deck with hot tub and fire pit, ghost tours, and other events.
  2. Close to the action. In the heart of the historic district, Basin Spring Hotel is in the middle of it all. Basin Spring Park is next door. The streets outside the hotel are lined with restaurants, bars, art galleries and more than 100 locally owned shops. Plus, steps away is The Auditorium, an awesome concert venue.
  3. Walkable history and art. Step outside the front door to streets that lead past historic springs, amazing architecture, art sculptures and hidden paths through the woods that await discovery.

Spring Break 2021

Every Day Is Different in Downtown Eureka Springs – Spring Break 2021

©Purdy Art Company

With the change of season and springtime in the air, so changes the many things to do in the Ozark Mountain resort community of Eureka Springs.

Springtime brings families from all over Arkansas / Oklahoma and Missouri. Calendars have been circled since the school year re-started.  Inside that circle are written the words “Eureka Springs”.  Why?  Because kids’ love to spend Spring Break in a place not too far away that thrills with zip-lines, ghost hunting, caves, lions and tigers, and a downtown ready to explore.  That’s why families from “SEC Country” will be traveling to the Arkansas Ozarks for an “Extraordinary Spring Break Escape”: Downtown Eureka Springs.

Basin Park Hotel Re-Invents Spring Break Downtown

Using the winter months to re-paint, furnish and re-style all guest rooms, the flagship property of Downtown is ready to re-welcome Spring Break visitors in 2021 with a new rooms product and fresh approach on things to do.  Hotel activities encourage DIY Downtown and discounts include FREE Breakfast to kids under 12 most weekdays.


With the addition of a resort host, a full slate of Resort activities are programmed to ensure every day is different.  Downtown walking tours explore “Underground Eureka Springs” and self-guided adventures point you to such places as the Civil War cave used as a hospital to treat both Union and Confederate soldiers and the many staircases and springs that surround the hotel.  

Guests can also Stargaze through the powerful telescope at the crow’s nest on the roof, include a trip down the Rabbett Hole to enjoy a whisky or wine tasting, relax during spa time in Spa1905, challenge a friend in JR’s game room or take a “behind the scenes tour” for the hidden history. 

Featured this year is a twist on the shopping experience.  DIY DOWNTOWN invites guest to join our team on a walking tour of downtown shops, stopping to create a free takeaway that you make yourself.

©Purdy Art Company


Spa1905 is an oasis of comfort in the busy downtown district.  Many may not know that the Basin Park Hotel is actually U shaped. Inside the U one finds a relaxing spa deck, fire pit, hot tub and the day spa.  Hotel guests are welcome to enjoy a relaxing duet massage then make it an afternoon by enjoying the sunshine after a dip in the tub.


When others may be heading to bed, guests at the Basin Park Hotel enjoy a Paranormal Investigation that probes the behind the scenes of the hotel from the Rooftop Crow’s Nest, down the Rabbett Hole and into the Bootleggers cave.  A Spring Break MUST DO activity.

KIDS EAT FREE BREAKFAST — M/T/W — 3/15-3/17 & 3/22-3/24

DIY Downtown Eureka Springs

Basin Park Hotel

Travel is about connection and connection is formed through shared experiences.  The Basin Park Hotel, finds itself in the center of a vibrant downtown district fun to explore and encouraging Do It Yourself participation and discovery.  While guests might choose to a enjoy brisk morning walk or afternoon exploration to the civil war cave, others might sign up for a DIY Downtown Guided Experience with the hotel resort host.  Guided experiences range from Whisky and Wine tastings and behind the scenes tours of the hotel to guided shopping adventures through the district where guests use their DIY skills in tandem with our local retailers.

BOOK the DIY Downtown Spring Break Deal

Available Wednesday – Sunday Nights

Stay longer – Enjoy all the Things TO Do in Eureka Springs

The Basin Park Hotel is also a great headquarters for longer outings.  Leave your car parked Downtown and ride the trolley to many of these Can’t Miss Spring Break Recommendations:

  • Master illusionists Sean Paul and Juliana Fay bring to Eureka Springs its #1 show, “Intrigue Theater”; now entering its 10th year.  Highly recommended, 2021 sees many new theatrical enhancements and surprises in store for Intrigue Theater – including venue upgrades allowing for large scale illusions which once were reserved for special engagements
  • Families can challenge the state’s highest zip-line as speeds through the canopy of trees high in the Ozark hills.  Ozark Mountain Zip-lines offer an extreme adventure for ages three and up.  Ten zip-lines 120- to 1800-feet long suspended 20-to 200-feet above the ground.
  • The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa has become known as “America’s most haunted hotel” because of the unparalleled paranormal discoveries, seen and/or digitally captured by those on the hotel’s nightly ghost tour as well as numerous television programs such as SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters”. 
  • Saved from extinction, more than 100 big cats at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge roam their natural habitats roaring and waiting for families’ close-up looks.  These lions and tigers and bears, creatures that someday may be only a picture online, become stars of safe safaris daily.  These massive, beautiful animals were rescued from awful circumstances and given a new chance to live out their years here in a loving, caring natural environment.
  • Other family-friendly Spring Break attractions include exploring the hidden caves of all kinds, area hikes and half-day adventures, SHREDDING the Mountain Bike Trails at the Great Passion Play or Lake Leatherwood Downhill; experiencing the inspiration of The Great Passion Play’s Bible Museum and pre-arranged Holy Land Tour; Finding the perfect fishing hole, holding on tight on the back deck of a vintage trolley as it traverses over Eureka’s twisty, zigzag, up and down streets; and capturing “new history” with an antique family photo at Judge Roy Bean’s.

Learn More about Eureka Springs at EurekaSpringsOnline.com

Refresh Your Spirit – 2 Long Days, 1 Great Deal

Overnight in Downtown Eureka Springs for JUST $99 Weekdays through Feb 11th

Your Eureka Springs Get-A-Way begins with a 1PM Check-In

Shop the shops and Enjoy the town then Walk to Dinner, return for Drinks at Jack Rabbett’s Whisky Bar and retire for the night enjoying a FREE Upgrade to a newly renovated Whirlpool Suite.

The Next Morning, Wake Up early for a Brisk Morning Walk up Spring Street and around the historic loop. Land at the Eureka Springs Coffee House for Free Coffee & Stay for Breakfast. Breath in the Ozark Mountain air.

Add a Spa appointment and Check-out late feeling REFRESHED

*Spa1905 Add-On (Th/Fri/Sun/Mon for Spa Appointments)
Full Body Massage for JUST $65 — 4PM Late Check Out.
Spa Appointments Made Separately. 

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Valid Sunday-Thursday thru February 11th 2021.

Year-Round Ways to Relax

Once famously stated, “Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax.”  One way to relax during the holiday season is to take a short drive to a destination that seems a million miles away; then leave the car parked while you relax.  The ideal destination: the 1905 Basin Park Hotel, located in the center of Eureka Springs’ downtown entertainment district.

Here are four suggestions to enjoy the Winter season and include in your escape to Downtown Eureka Springs:

1) Warmth Coming inside after a day of shopping adventures, expect to be greeted by a warm fireplace in the lobby and many spaces to get comfortable. On Spa1905’s Deck, located on the second floor find a warm hot tub and plan a romantic evening with someone you love, snuggling up in the comfortable seating surrounding the lava-stone fire pit with a blanket and glass of wine.

Continue your evening with a hearty meal on The Balcony, finished with a nip of  George Dickel’s “Jack Rabbett Select” Whisky in the casual, living room atmosphere of Jack Rabbett’s Whisky Bar by the fireplace.  Then head to your room to a soothing soak, comfortable bed and revitalizing rest with your special someone.

jack rabbett's whisky bar

2) Find Yourself – With little time these days to take a deep breath and enjoy the moment, a full immersion into the world of Spa1905 might be the answer. You can now overnight inside the spa in a newly renovated whirlpool suite, enjoy a duet spa appointment or CBD treatment and gain late night access to the hot tub and firepit on the spa deck.

Spa Deck Basin Park Hotel

Wake up early to a cool morning and peaceful downtown to enjoy a brisk walk or light jog through the historic neighborhoods and along the historic promenade adorned with Victorian cottages and numerous spring reserves.  All followed by a stop at the Eureka Springs Coffee to start another day of renewal.

Stay any Weekday as LOW as $79 – Book the Downtown Deal

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3) Give a Gift to Yourself –   Perfect for you and uniquely found in Eureka Springs is what everyone needs right now: a devil-may-care day of eclectic shopping, and more shopping, and even more shopping.

Downtown Eureka Springs is your ideal host, with its dozens of galleries, and local shops: none of which are a chain, none of which are big box.  Eureka Springs’ downtown also offers up to 21 restaurants, cafés, bars and bistros. Good news: since once your day of shopping has ended, you deserve some fine dining and your favorite glass of wine in such nearby places as The Grotto, Local Flavor and The Stoneshouse.  Too tired to walk there?  Just ask the hotel’s front desk clerk to have the bellman drop you off and then pick you back up in the hotel’s shuttle.

Downtown Shopping Eureka Springs

Celebrating Something? Celebrate in a different way and enjoy a Winter Getaway 2 Night Celebration Package.  A cozy room, unique downtown setting, hot tub, firepit & wine all within footsteps during your stay.


4) Every Day Is Different – With the change of season, so changes the many things to do in this Ozarks’ resort community. Visitors are enjoying a brisk walk through downtown in the morning followed by coffee and breakfast from our local eateries.  Outdoor activities during the winter season are just as active as any other time of the year.  Beaver Lake plays host to awe inspiring eagle watches.  Hiking at Lake Leatherwood and Black Bass Lake offer some beautiful trails and mountain biking at Leatherwood are both challenging and fun.  All are just a short drive from downtown.

lake leatherwood

Additionally, Resort activities continue every day.  Downtown walking tours explore “Underground Eureka Springs” and self-guided adventures point you to such places as the Civil War cave used as a hospital to treat both Union and Confederate soldiers and the many staircases and springs that surround the hotel.   Other activities include a trip down the Rabbett Hole to enjoy a whisky or wine tasting, spa time in Spa1905, and a “behind the scenes tour” of the hotel exploring from the rooftop down to Bootleggers Cave.

basin wine cave

Adding to the thrill of a visit to the 1905 Basin Park Hotel is the Paranormal Investigation, enhanced in the darkness and quiet of fall and winter.  This encounter leads you to “the other side” giving you a chance to discover a few apparitions of your own, as well as possibly meeting some that are already known.  Let us also mention that other mysterious adventures can be experienced at “Escape Room 13”. This popular attraction is on Main Street just down “the rainbow stairs” from Spring Street.

Paranormal Investigations

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So, this winter season, find yourself in Eureka Springs at the 1905 Basin Park Hotel where every day is warm, insightful, rewarding and different.  In other words, every day is good… in Downtown Eureka Springs.

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Preparing for Fall Travel


1905 Basin Park Hotel is Ready to Welcome Fall Travel

In order to fully prepare for the heavy influx of fall travelers, the 1905 Basin Park Hotel, located in downtown Eureka Springs, closed for three nights, August 23 – 25, to fully prepare the historic property for the annual surge of autumn guests.  The hotel then reopened for overnight guests on August 26.  During this pause, a dedicated deep cleaning will take place to embrace the higher level of safety protocols demanded by the more senior fall travelers during these COVID-19 times.

Cody Roberts, hotel rooms manager explained, “Areas of focus for deep cleaning here at the Basin Park Hotel will include the public area bathrooms, corridors, lobby, elevator, spa, outdoor spa gathering spaces, and all restaurant outlets.  After this cleaning is complete, a thorough sanitation fog will occur with hospital grade disinfectant to all public spaces.”

fall travel eureka springs

“We recognize that fall travelers want higher levels of safety protocols and will be making reservation decisions based on cleanliness and staff commitment to safety,” Roberts added.  “And, since August business softens with the return of schools reopening, we will take this time for deep cleaning and sanitization while allowing employees with school age children to be excused from work these days to be with their families prior to and in preparation for the start of the school year.”

Roberts concluded, “During this time of temporary closure, employees will be given a ‘thank you’ bonus to reflect the fact that the 1905 Basin Park Hotel has performed well over the summer months, nearly attaining past revenue results even while operating under restrictions applied in response to the pandemic.  Our guests appreciate that we have been and are serious about using personal protective equipment (PPE), holding restaurant spacing to social distancing requirements, masking, temperature checks of spa patrons, and making sure that all of our employees follow strict safety protocols.”

Book Your Stay


Fresh Air – Ride the Ozarks

Group Ride Deals for Fall Travel. Stay in the Center of Downtown with Locked Parking. Fresh Air, Six Feet of Space, Sounds Perfect!

Basin Park Hotel Biker Group Deals:

Reserve 3 rooms or More

  • Upgrade to a SUITE for Group Leader

Reserve 5 rooms or More

  • SUITE for the Group Leader
  • Reserve the Motorcycle Garage / Reserve Parking

Reserve 10 rooms or More

  • SUITE for Group Leader
  • Reserve the Motorcycle Garage/ Reserve Parking
  • $20 off Regular Rate for All – OR – $200 Credit in the Balcony Restaurant

To Book any of these options – CALL 800-903-4940

basin park hotel motorcycle garage

Eureka Springs Bikers

End the Summer Strong

End the Summer Strong

The Basin Park Hotel Invites You Downtown

Weekend Rooms Still Available – Book Your Stay

Ideas for the Two of You

basin park hotelWine / Whisky Tasting – Sign Up with our Resort Host

spa 1905 deckRelaxation on the Spa Deck (2nd floor) open to all guests.


Fun Family Activities

Keep it Cool! Stay Downtown and Enjoy an Easy drive out to Beaver Lake (20 min from downtown. Tip: Beaver Lake Dam is perfect for watching a sunset)
Directions from Basin Park Hotel to Beaver Lake Dam Site Park 

1. Take hwy 62 west

2. Pass Anglers Restaurant (on left hand side) and make a left on Hwy 187
3. Hwy 187 will continue to drive over the Dam.
4. On the left hand side after driving over the Dam you will come to Beaver Lake Dam Site Park.  This is a Day use area with parking, swimming and restrooms.

downtown scavenger huntScavenger Hunt – Play & Win a Trip!

basin park hotelTake a Behind the Scenes tour or go on a Paranormal Investigation

Fun way to see explore downtown!

History Walking Tour with the Basin Resort Host –Sign Up!


End your trip with a Beautiful Sunset

beaver lake sunset

Sunset at Beaver Lake (only 20min drive from downtown)


End the Summer Strong – Stay for $99

Stay 2 Nights for $99/per night and get $20 to Judge Roy Beans Old Time Family Portrait. Book Now


Hotel Operational Protocols

Special Note: Arkansas requires Masks in all Indoor Spaces through March 31, 2021

1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa

1905 Basin Park Hotels

RESPONSE TO COVID-19 – The following operational protocols were created as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Crescent & Basin Park Hotel’s top priority is the health and safety of our guests, staff, and community.

Jack V Moyer

Executive Vice President


Staff with a Temperature exceeding 100.4 will be required to return home.

Staff is required to wear a mask while working indoors as well as in areas where 6ft social spacing is unavailable each day.

Gloves will be provided to employees whose responsibilities require them to be in direct contact with guests.

Through March 31, 2021

Masks are required inside the Crescent and Basin Park Hotel.

Restaurant patrons will be required to wear a mask until order is placed.

Beginning April 1

Masks are recommended in all interior spaces

Masks are Required on tour, spa and riding in the shuttle

Physical Distancing.

Guests are advised to practice physical distancing by standing at least 6ft away from other groups of people not traveling with them while standing in lines, using elevators or moving around the property. Restaurant tables and other physical layouts will be arranged to honor guidelines and appropriate distancing.  Employees will be reminded not to touch their faces and to practice physical distancing by standing at least 6ft away from guests and other employees whenever possible.

Hand Sanitizer.

Hand sanitizer dispensers will be placed at key guest and employee entrances and contact areas such as reception areas, hotel lobbies, in all public restrooms, restaurant entrances, vending area, resort host/retail area, venue rooms, spas, elevators, and exercise areas.

Hand Washing.

Correct hygiene and frequent hand washing with soap is vital to help combat the spread of the virus. Employees must wash their hands after using the restroom, sneezing, touching the face, blowing the nose, cleaning, sweeping, mopping, smoking, eating, drinking, going on break and before or after a shift.


There will be health, hygiene and Arkansas Department of Dealth Directive reminders throughout the property for staff and guests. All hand sinks and employee restrooms have correct hand washing signs in English and Spanish.  Signage will be placed at the front of restaurants to alert patrons not to enter the facility if they are sick or have symptoms such as cough, sore throat, fever or shortness of breath.

Cleaning Products.

Our hotels use cleaning products which meet EPA guidelines and are approved for use and effective against viruses. All managers inspect daily cleaning supplies and coordinate with Stewarding on needs

Departmental Guidelines


Modified stay over service is in effect.

See the front desk for details

No room access from employees during stay.


Plexiglas shields for the front desk with a 6″ gap at the bottom

Express checkout (key drop box)

Keys to be sanitized after every use.


Groups must be family in order to ride together. Independent parties must ride separate.

Masks required


Clean and sanitize reusable menus.

Dining Rooms

Dine-in service shall require seating to maintain 6 foot physical distancing between tables.

All staff will be required to where face coverings (as recommended by the CDC) if they have direct contact with guests.

THROUGH March 31, Patrons must wear a face covering upon entrance and while in the restaurant until the food or drink is served.


Events will be held to a capacity of 50% of any given space

Crystal Ballroom — 248 – (125 temporary Capacity through June 30)

Conservatory — 96 – (50 temporary Capacity through June 30)

Barefoot Ballroom –200 – (100 temporary Capacity through June 30)

Menu Offering.

Meal service will encourage plated/served meals.

Manned buffets are optional but not desired

Beverage service (coffee, tea, water) will be served by a server.

Bar service with social spacing

Servers will wear Masks


Event Planning:

Event diagrams to be reviewed on an event by event basis to ensure appropriate social distancing guidelines meet all county, state, federal and CDC guidelines.

Sales Team to create diagrams ensuring social distancing… tables must be 6 feet apart.

All Vendors attending the event must follow employee protocol


Guest & Providers remain in masks.

Infrared Sauna –By appointment only. Single use only.

Fitness Room – Single party use. Clean and disinfect equipment. Bike #2 will not be scheduled for use to create a 6ft distancing.

Ensure all single use items are new.

Guest face down breathe in pillow covering

Temperature checks will required for BOTH employees and Clients guests.

Anyone above 100.4 will be sent home and/or appointment canceled at no cost.

Hot Tub Single use only. NMS/CH appointment only.


Activities will be provided to in house guests in a responsible manner with a focus on outdoor and open spaces.

6 feet of social distancing at all times during the activities.

Daily Activities:



Ghost Tours

Attendance Cap is at 75% capacity

Face Masks required