Hotel per la famiglia a Pine Bluff
Thirteen colorful murals adorn the redbrick buildings in the city’s historic downtown near our Pine Bluff hotels—among them a bucolic scene depicting the local legend of Quapaw Chief Saracen returning two children to their Pine Bluff homestead. Railroad buffs head to the Arkansas Railroad Museum to climb aboard the lovingly restored Engine 819. This queen of steam was the last locomotive of its kind built by the St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company. At the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame inside the Pine Bluff Convention Center, an animatronic Johnny Cash croons classic hits, just one of the collection’s many spirited exhibits celebrating the performing careers of famous Arkansans.
From our Pine Bluff hotels, you’re just a pit stop away from barbeque joints serving smoked meats slathered in tangy sauces. Add a side of slaw and wash it all down with an ice-cold glass of sweet tea for a true Southern culinary experience. Spend a free afternoon at the Ben Crenshaw–designed bent-grass greens of the Harbor Oaks Golf Club. This 18-hole championship course, along the banks of the Arkansas River, is one of the top-ranked public courses in the state. Guests of our hotels in Pine Bluff can angle for largemouth bass and panfish in the Arkansas River and nearby lakes. Dozens of fishing tournaments held here have earned Pine Bluff the title “Bass Capital of the World”. Record-setting lunkers are on display at the Governor Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center at Pine Bluff Regional Park.
Book a stay at our Pine Bluff hotels any time of year for mouth-watering barbeque and world-class bass fishing.
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