For formal meetings, we’ve got beautiful historic and contemporary hotels, and a charming City Auditorium, all with wireless high-speed Internet and other business amenities.

For less-structured sessions,  set up team building events at ESAA (Eureka Springs School of the Arts), in our 1600-acre city park, in a cave, on a golf course…the possibilities are almost endless.

And spouses will love the shopping, galleries, spas and recreation…and you, for holding your meeting in Eureka Springs.

For more information on arranging your meetings, reunions or any group events, please contact Karen Pryor, Sales Director for the City Advertising and Promotion Commission at 479-253-7333.

Eureka Springs convention Center


Located near historic downtown, the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks houses a state-of-the-art conference center for up to 1000 meeting attendees, or up to 500 banquet guests.Eight meeting and banquet rooms on the upper level and three meeting rooms on the lower provide 18,000 sq. ft. of truly flexible space for all your business events. Lighting, A/V equipment and high-speed wireless Internet access make presentations a snap. There is a restaurant on site.



The Cottage Inn Restaurant offers a cozy meeting space in our private dining room seating up to 40. Perfect for luncheon meetings or smaller gathering. We offer cooking demonstrations as part of your retreat or meeting. Wi-Fi and plenty of free parking.




The Best Western Eureka Inn offers the clean lines of contemporary meeting spaces for a few dozen to 100 people, High Speed Internet access, an on-site restaurant and a friendly, professional staff make holding meetings at the Best Western easy and convenient.



The 1886 Crescent Hotel can accommodate groups from 25 to 200: Meet in the light-filled Conservatory, the elegant Crystal Dining Room, or the Faculty Lounge and Sunset Terrace. Turn-of-the-century ambience combines with broadband and wireless Internet connections to provide a charming and relaxing background furnished with contemporary business amenities.

Small meetings and business retreats will find the perfect fit at Eureka Holiday Hotel. Located just five minutes from historic downtown on the trolley route, the hotel provides free hot breakfast and coffee each morning, and offers free wireless high-speed Internet access. The indoor heated pool, hot tub and spa lets your group ease from business to relaxation without having to leave the Inn. The facility is 100% non-smoking.





Slip back in time when you hold a meeting at Eureka Springs City Auditorium. This historic limestone building from the 1920s can seat nearly 1000 people, and provides a dramatic staging area for speakers and moderators. Located on Main St. in downtown Eureka Springs, the Auditorium is surrounded by restaurants, shops and galleries.


The 1905 Basin Park Hotel, located in downtown Eureka Springs, is in the heart of the action. Meetings can be set in The Ozark Room, The Atrium, or the Barefoot Ballroom; broadband and wireless Internet connections keep your business in the moment, while the surroundings take you back to a more leisurely time. Should your delegate count increase in size, the Basin Park can be coupled with the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa.