If Little Rock, Arkansas wasn't already on your Southern bucket list, you should go ahead and mark this town down on your list of places to visit (even if your only reason is to stay at this treasured classic featured above!).

The moment you pull up to the Capital Hotel, you're immediately greeted with an old-world charm steeped in local history. Upon check-in, you'll easily see why this Southern Living Hotel Collection member is nicknamed "the front porch of Little Rock."

Welcomed by an eclectic mix of both business and leisure guests as you enter the hotel lobby, you'll feel the energy this historic property exudes. It's been said that at the hotel's Capital Bar & Grill, you can find influential members of the Arkansas political and social scenes gather to eat and drink. It's also local legend that the hotel's elevator carried former President Ulysses S. Grant and his horse to his guestroom floor in 1880.

Beginning September 3rd, the Capital Hotel is hosting a "Capital Tea" every Saturday afternoon of the month, complementing the hotel's style and elegant atmosphere. Why wouldn't you want to spend a weekend here sipping tea and immersing in the culture of Little Rock? You may just find yourself talking among the Arkansas elite.