As many of you may know Hot Springs, Arkansas was a notorious hangout for mobsters and gangsters in the 1920's who wanted to remain under the radar away from the big city life. One of the most notable gangsters was Al Capone, who's nickname was Scarface.

If you ever spent some time in Hot Springs then you've most likely have heard that Al Capone frequented the spa city, Capone even had his own place he stayed while trying to elude law enforcement officials. That place has now has been turned into one of the hottest unique places to stay in this historic national park. Capone's Loft is a one-of-kind luxury two-bedroom, two-bath complete with a full-size kitchen and all the modern conveniences of home. But wait there's more! The master bedroom was once used during the prohibition era as a gambling room and is equipped with a whiskey delivery hatch in the ceiling. Step out on the balcony and you'll be overlooking Central Avenue and the shortest street in the world, Bridge Street home of the Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade. Walk downstairs and you will be in the heart of the entertainment district with shops, restaurants, bars, and museums. Make sure you visit the Hot Springs Gangster Museum of America to learn the history of Al Capone and more.

Other amenities of Al Capone's Loft include a pool table, beer draft system, Xbox gaming system, free WiFi, and fully stocked snacks.

It is definitely worth the drive to Hot Springs to stay in the luxurious Capone's Loft. Better sleep with one eye open because you never know, you may get a glimpse of Al Capone's ghost.

For more information or to book a stay, please visit their website or Facebook page.

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