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Eureka Springs was once widely regarded by Native Americans as “America’s Medicine Teepee” as the springs in the area were said to have great healing abilities. After the European Americans arrived to the area in the mid-19th century, they too believed in the healing powers of the springs.
For this reason, Eureka Springs quickly became a flourishing spa town and tourist destination, with bathhouses aplenty that prospered throughout much of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Today, the Palace Hotel is home to the last remaining bathhouse in Eureka Springs. Established in 1901, our bathhouse is once again in full operation. When you visit us, enjoy the soothing bliss of a mineral bath in the original claw foot tubs, or a eucalyptus steam in our wood barrel steam cabinets.
At the Palace Hotel and Bathhouse, you can experience luxury much the same as worldly travelers would have at the turn of the century.