Little Rock Marriott in Little Rock, Arkansas
In the heart of downtown's River Market District, and connected to the Statehouse Convention Center, Little Rock Marriott in Arkansas brings world-class luxury to its privileged guests. The hotel is proud to offer elegance and unsurpassed service during your stay, starting from the moment you arrive. Guest rooms and suites feature signature plush beds, custom bathroom amenities, internet access, and satellite television, plus services including round-the-clock in-room dining, and same-day laundry or dry cleaning. Views of the Arkansas River or State Capitol Building frame the comfortable ambiance, and newly renovated décor provides a touch of contemporary grace.
At Little Rock Marriott, your journey is a beautiful destination. Start your day off right at Athletic Club, a complete fitness center offering modern equipment, before heading out to the city. On-site dining is as sophisticated and wonderful as the hotel itself, with the signature venue being Capriccio Grill Italian Steakhouse. Offering all-day dining in a comfortable yet stylish atmosphere, this delicious restaurant is sure to provide just the thing you need. In the evenings, Mallard's Bar is a perfect place to unwind, as you enjoy a fine glass of wine or your favorite cocktail next to the marble fireplace.
Location of Little Rock Marriott
Nearest Airport: LIT
Amenities for Little Rock Marriott
- General Information
- 418 Guest Rooms & Suites
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- Private Dining
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Housekeeping Service
- Laundry Service
- Gift Shop
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Spa Services
- Complimentary Calls to US & Canada
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Rollaway Beds
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Antique Shopping
- Convention Center
Reviews for Little Rock Marriott
I had a king room while in town for a convention. We were on the 10th floor, which had a very nice view. Unfortunately, the elevators were slow - but that could have been the 1600+ attendees for our convention, plus others who were staying there. The king bed was very comfortable - I'm short, so it was a bit high off the floor for me. Had to sort of climb up onto it. Liked the bed lights. Had a sofa and coffee table - very nice. No chests with drawers - but shelving just outside the bathroom had plenty of space for everything. Only drawback - no exhaust fan in the bathroom, so mirrors were steamy. Loved the showerhead! One of those adjustable rain showers. Very nice. Housekeeping was very thorough and accommodating. Had room service one night - great food!! And quick service. One of the best things - free shuttle from airport to hotel and back. Thanks, Marriott.
Lynda M - Woodburn, Oregon
The room is great. The bed is perfect. The AC works well; the room is quiet; the view of the river is nice too. I have two complaints. The van ride was exceptionally rough, and the maid didn't sweep the bathroom. Leftover hair turns me off.
I've stayed at 3 hotels in the downtown area. So far I've been most pleased here. The begging on the streets seems to be less of a hassle around here than being attacked as I set foot outside the other right by the hotel doors. It does have expensive valet but it's a full service hotel so such is down town life. Just call 15-20 min ahead to get your car.
Stayed here during Miss Arkansas pageant week. The rooms and hotel are very nice. It's very clean and spacious. All of the meeting spaces were very accessible and nice. The staff always was very friendly and helpful. The worst thing about this hotel is the valet. For one - it's $22 a night to park there. When you try to leave it takes a long time for them to find your car. While leaving the hotel at the end of the week - I waited an hour for them to bring me my car. The location is great and very close to everything downtown.
Garrett G - Bentonville, Arkansas
Last evening I checked in to this hotel. As a Marriott Platinum status member, I was not offered a room upgrade, despite the fact it became quickly apparent the hotel was nearly empty. My room had no refrigerator, a basic offering in even a Fairfield or Springhill. There was no hot water. After calling about this twice, a technician arrived, who advised that "we have real low occupancy, and we're having water circulation problems." My interpretation: the hotel scaled the boilers back so far as to make hot water unavailable. I was told to let the water run a long time, in both the shower and sink (20 minutes, at least), after which the water became tepid, at best. Not too eco-friendly, wasting so much water. This morning as I checked out, my room bill was barely tucked under my door. Almost all of it remained out in the hallway, for anyone to see my last name and first initial. As I walked to the elevator, it became apparent this is the way they do things at Little Rock Marriott. Other hotel bills were fully exposed. See for yourself; photos attached. The elevators in this hotel are badly marred. Seeing them gave me a feeling, right off the bat, that this is not a nearly run facility. I will not be back to Little Rock Marriott.
Jay R - Fort Lauderdale, Florida