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Oh, the things you'll see in Hot Springs. Between Pioneer Museum, Lower Chautauqua Park and Upper Chautauqua Park, you may never get bored.

You may, however, need to rest your tired feet (and head). That's where Orbitz's 26 hotels come in. Most rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff, meaning you'll have little trouble finding a nice, cozy room to tuck into — as near or as far from the action as you'd like.


Hotels in Hot Springs

Oh, the things you'll see in Hot Springs. Between Pioneer Museum, Lower Chautauqua Park and Upper Chautauqua Park, you may never get bored.

You may, however, need to rest your tired feet (and head). That's where Orbitz's 26 hotels come in. Most rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff, meaning you'll have little trouble finding a nice, cozy room to tuck into — as near or as far from the action as you'd like.


Get outdoors in Hot Springs

Not all of Hot Springs's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Lower Chautauqua Park, a nice spot for having a picnic or enjoying a leisurely stroll.


Activities in Hot Springs

Feel the wind in your hair as you hit the rides at Black Hills Putt 4 Fun. The slick lanes at Winners Circle are available, should you want to practice your bowling techniques.


Dining in Hot Springs

Hungry? Hot Springs has you covered. Grab something to eat at popular restaurants like Pizza Hut, Taco John's, Buen Dia Mexican Restaurant and Hot Springs Vault.


Best times to visit Hot Springs

Want to save up to 47%? Orbitz offers some great travel deals all year round, but the savings in April, March and May are the steepest. During these months, you can save approximately 47%, 46% and 46%, respectively.


Getting to Hot Springs

The most direct path to Hot Springsis through Hot Springs Municipal Airport and Custer County Airport: KCUT.


Arts and culture in Hot Springs

Broaden your horizens during your Hot Springs trip with a stop in Pioneer Museum. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Hot Springs Library and Wild Burro.


Arts and culture in Hot Springs

Broaden your horizens during your Hot Springs trip with a stop in Pioneer Museum. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Hot Springs Library and Wild Burro.


Activities in Hot Springs

Feel the wind in your hair as you hit the rides at Black Hills Putt 4 Fun. The slick lanes at Winners Circle are available, should you want to practice your bowling techniques.


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4.0

Americas Best Value Inn Hot Springs

The Pool

Nice and helpful staff. The hotel is good located. If anything, the angle the pool is photographed I am convinced it has to be another hotel......

A verified traveler

4 months ago

5.0

Dollar Inn Hot Springs

A small family

This is an older hotel however the staff is wonderful and the rooms are CLEAN. We just needed a place to stay the night on a road trip but the place was perfect for our needs. The owner was next door to our room supervising cleaning while we were loading up the car and she was having the staff clean everything...tops of the mirrors, behind the beds...and she didn't realize I could hear her. I was impressed with the attention to detail. When we pass through again next summer we will definitely stay again.

A verified traveler

6 months ago

5.0

Motel 6 Hot Springs

Clean & cozy

The room was very clean, bed was comfy, shower was nice and big. No extras like a coffee maker or hair dryer. Normal room rate was $350 but I got a deal for $50 and it was definitely worth that. I'd stay here again if i got another good deal on the price.

A verified traveler

1 year ago

3.0

Baymont Inn & Suites Hot Springs

A bit pricey for what it is.

The hotel itself is a bit old and old looking. The hotel could use a good remodel renovating the outside of the building to make it look more modern and inviting. The lobby and swimming area could also use a little renovating although they weren't to bad. On the flip side, the rooms were surprisingly nice. They looked like the had been updated with newer ac units, nicer tv's, a fridge and a nice sink area. The breakfast offered was great. Biscuits and gravy, sausage, waffles and all the other usual things you find. Unfortunately, this is one of the nicest hotels Hot springs has to offer. Overall, the hotel wasn't all that bad, I just found it a bit pricey for what it was.

A verified traveler

6 months ago