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We have the inside scoop on the best ways to celebrate your Little Rock bachelor weekend. Your buddies are in town, and you want to make the most of your time together before your big day.

First, here's where you should put up your out-of-town friends (and get away from the wedding stress for a while).

Where to Stay

Hilton Garden Inn Little Rock Downtown

Vibe: Sleek, energetic and vibrant.

Why You Should Book Now: Hilton Garden Inn puts you in an ideal location where all of Downtown is within walking distance. You can hit the River Market for some fun or explore the classy business district. Plus, you can visit the Agasi 7 Rooftop Bar.

Cost: A king, queen and sofa bed, 2-room suite will cost you $189/night.

DoubleTree by Hilton Little Rock

Vibe: Fun, exciting and in the loop.

Why You Should Book Now: DoubleTree is in a convenient location in the midst of Downtown and close to the airport for your out-of-town friends. You also wake up to a gorgeous view of the Arkansas River.

Cost: A king bed, 2-room suite runs about $184/night.

Courtyard by Marriott Little Rock Downtown

Vibe: Modern, upscale and urban.

Why You Should Book Now: The prime location puts you right next to the River Market District, and ladies, there’s a Starbucks in the building. You can also eat dinner at the Bistro and enjoy the courtyard fire pit at night.

Cost: A king and sofa bed, 2-room suite is $179/night.

Hampton Inn & Suites Little Rock Downtown

Vibe: Chill, laid back and fun.

Why You Should Book Now: The hotel has a free breakfast, meeting rooms for bachelor parties and amazing access to all the wonders of Downtown.

Cost: A studio suite will cost you $149/night.

Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge

There's nothing like a great meal to celebrate! Little Rock has all kinds of restaurants ranging from classy and elegant to fun and casual. Plus, you want to take advantage of the city's many local brews.

What to Eat

Fassler Hall

Vibe: Old World, open and fun.

Food: German-influenced beer and sausage with appetizers and sandwiches.

Cost: Food runs $6-13.

Dugan’s Pub

Vibe: Casual, exciting and upscale.

Food: Irish-inspired food and drink.

Cost: Food will cost you $6-28.

Cache Restaurant

Vibe: Classy, fun and chic.

Food: Steak, seafood and pasta.

Cost: You can reserve an upstairs balcony, Private Dining Room or Banquet Room. Entrees range from $19 to $56.

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Copper Grill

Vibe: Modern, comfortable and chill.

Food: Steak, burgers, pasta and fish.

Cost: Pay $100 for an entire room to yourself for dinner.

Arthur’s Prime Steakhouse

Vibe: Elegant, memorable and exclusive.

Food: Prime steak, seafood and decadent desserts.

Cost: The private Crystal Room holds 8-14 people. Entrees range from $22 to $52.

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Now for the best part — the memories. There are tons of fun things to do in Little Rock whether you're feeling competitive, outdoorsy or laid back. 

What to Do

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