La Crosse Hotel Texarkana AR
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  • When we entered the lobby, we were surprised by an interesting group of patterns and designs
  • The lobby was definitely designed in a country motif but was a bit strange

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      This hotel is really large with 200+ rooms. When we entered the lobby, we were surprised by an interesting group of patterns and designs. The lobby was definitely designed in a country motif but was a bit strange. When you walk into the lobby, there is tile most everywhere with the exception of around the registration desk. The base tile color is tan with a green border. The walls are painted tan and there are all kinds of live plants. The registration desk looks like it came from a cabin and is reddish wood like the furniture. There is a seating area in front of the registration desk that has an extremely large area rug. The rug was more Victorian than any other style. The colors were teal green, light teal green, tan and burgundy. The furniture was very rustic. It was not log furniture but reddish color mission style. In one spot there were four wood chairs with cushions on the back and the seat. The cushions were of a multi diamond

      multi color fabric.

      They were very comfortable but the combination of the fabric on the chairs and the carpet was just odd they clashed. In the middle of the seating arrangement was a long cushioned bench with stripes. Next to the window was a small end table with several doors and a drawer at the bottom. At the back of this area was a table made of wrought iron with a glass top. There were two unusual tall green lamps on this table along with a live flower arrangement. On the other side of this table was a very cushioned leather sofa in a brick red color. This sofa was across from a large television set and glass covered book cases.

      Our room was lovely yet simple. The walls were rich brown/tan and the ceiling was white. The carpeting on the floor had a circular pattern on it with different shades of grey, burgundy and brown. There was a huge dark headboard that was about half the size of the bed. The ...


      • bed had a pillow top mattress on it and the pillows were memory foam and very supportive. The quilt on the bed had satin threads going through it comprised of beige stripes running vertically with plainer white stripes in between them. The bed skirt was darker beige and pleated all the way around the bed. On either side of the bed was a night stand with a tall dark wooden lamp on it. On one nightstand was an alarm clock and on the other was a telephone. In the corner next to the window was a beige plaid cushioned chair with an ottoman. Next to it Behind it was a tall fern like plant. The large window had white sheers on it with pleated plaid drapes and valance. There was a large armoire with a TV in it and a small chest of drawers. Off to the side was a work desk with internet access and another telephone. The bathroom was decorated in several colors of brown. The sink was dark tan
        and so was the combination tub and shower. The shower curtain was very feminine with ruffles and was very light tan. The tile on the bathroom floor was very close to what was in the lobby only in brown. The counter was made of a manmade stone in a brown color. The towels were so thick that you could have used them for a blanket. It is wonderful to step out of the shower and dry off with such a towel. There was also a coffee maker and high powered hair dryer in the bathroom. We were provided with all kinds of specialty soap, shampoo and conditioner.

        We ate in their restaurant on night. It too was quite rustic. The walls were mostly pine and there were pine lattice booths. The booths were upholstered in gold and brown vertical fabric. In between the rows of booths were pine tables with barrel chairs. They had several imported beers available. The food was really good and so was the service.

        We enjoyed my stay at the La Crosse.



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