We visited Deadwood and stayed in this hotel for two nights. The building is located in the "crotch" of the two main roads that go through the town and out to route 85. I specifically requested a quiet room as I do when making all reservations, and we were given a second floor room and were told that the "traffic dies down after 7." Not true. Also, there was yelling among other guests, running up and down the halls, and guest room doors constantly being loudly slammed until after 10 p.m. I don't usually do this but I complained to the desk three times about this and was told that they would "come up and give them what for" if it continued. Sure enough, after hearing two loud slams after 10 pm. that woke us up again I called and asked for us to be switched. The desk attendant first told me that "he had been up there every ten minutes and didn't hear anything." During that conversation, the door slammed once again, and he switched us to a 4th floor room, though, and for the remaining three hours of the night we were able to sleep. I had to drive 400 miles the next day so was really put out about this. If you love traffic noise and people yelling, running up and down and gambling, by all means put Deadwood on your list. Otherwise, skip this one.
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