Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
4301 East Roosevelt Rd.
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone: (501) 376-2466
Fax: (501) 376-0253
4301 East Roosevelt Rd., Little Rock, AR, US, 72206
- Phone: (501) 376-2466
- Fax: (501) 376-0253
Damascus Spiritual Church, also known as East End Methodist Episcopal Church and (East Washington Avenue Methodist Church, is a historic church that was constructed in 1923. It is located on Washington Avenue in North Little Rock, Arkansas and got added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 12, 2008.
The St. Edwards Church is a historic church building established in 1901. It is built in the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture and has been active ever since its inception. Regular masses and religious ceremonies are still held at the church.
Features a gym, game room and offers recreations such as volleyball and senior citizen programs.
The distinguished First Presbyterian Church in the Little Rock region of Arkansas is a historic Presbyterian Church. The ancient Church site was constructed in 1921 and has adapted the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The structure is also a representation of the English Gothic and the Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals.
Situated within the River Market (The) is the River Market Pavilions & River Plaza which consists of various spectacular meeting rooms. Enjoy the amazing view of the Arkansas River and Riverfest Amphitheatre while celebrating your occasion. Cultural activities, programmes, wedding receptions,class reunions, corporate functions or parties, picnics, cultural or church events, award ceremonies, fundraisers birthday parties too can take place at the pavillion which can house 1000 people. For bookings and rates please call or check the website.
Offers game room, gym, swimming pool and volleyball.
Touted to be one of the foremost church buildings in Arkansas, the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral was built in 1884. Owing to financial constraints, the building was raised in three stages as and when the requisite funds were available. Through the years, the structure was renovated and repaired several times. Today, with over 1500 members, the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is an important city landmark. It does not distinguish between anyone, and everyone who believes in Jesus and his teachings is welcomed with open arms. The church hosts various community events and functions throughout the year. It also has different guilds that encourage its members to engage in skills like flower decoration, needlework guild and so on. Check website for details.
The Cathedral of Saint Andrew is a historic landmark on the Little Rock cityscape. Established in 1845, it is one of the longest running places of worship in the city and houses its Roman Catholic Diocese. This majestic structure is replete with splendid architecture, an inspiring altar and beautiful stained-glass panels. They host weekly masses and spiritual events for the community.
Statehouse Convention Center truly stands for class, style and elegance. The stair case and the decor adds to the grandeur of the place. Be it the ballrooms or the meeting spaces, the artistic sense is evident. It is one of the most favored place for conventions and meetings. The spacious exhibition hall, offers a wide arena for trade shows.
The Robinson Center includes several facilities, including an Exhibition Hall that is spread across a vast area of 14,867 square feet. The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has always given amazing performances here. The center also features the Robinson Center Music Hall and Performance Theater, where awards ceremonies and conferences are held. Be it a training session or a corporate meet, it has been the most preferred venue. It also has an underground parking facility.
Includes a gym, swimming pools and aerobics rooms.
Established in 1926, Mount Zion Baptist Church, also known simply as The Mount is one of the city's oldest houses of worship. The majestic church building was constructed in the Prairie School style, and features rich architectural details. The church actively engages with the community through its ministries as well as numerous events.