Quick stopover for the night on our way west to east across the States. Picked this location based on reviews, and called ahead to make sure there would be sufficient on site parking for my suv with Yakima roof rack and hitch mounted bikes. I was assured there was, so I made the booking. I figured it would be nice to be able to just park and walk downtown right from our hotel. Something to point out... If you park in front of the main entrance off of Main Street, you have to walk all the way through the casino to the back to find the host sitting hidden behind the elevator (this place is definitely a casino first, with the hotel being an afterthought). The host told us to unload or bags and take them to our room, then directed us to a public parking garage 2 blocks down the street, told us to park there and bring them ticket to her upon checkout, saying they would take care of it. I explained the roof rack and hitch rack situation, and she said to try and find street parking and bring the receipt. Being the end of the day, after 9 1\2 hours of driving to get there, I was pretty frustrated at this, Visitor Center in an open lot. Machine wasn't working so I guess parking was free. The frustration being I had taken steps to address this issue ahead of time and was lied to. Causing now unnecessary hassle at check in. The room was decent, #305, with a big bathroom, King bed, good airflow with a ceiling fan. The bathroom fan is not existent. WiFi was fairly fast. There is a set of steps that take you directly down to Main Street, bypassing the casino altogether, but the door locks shut behind you with no access. I would suggest management adds card access for guests so that they can directly have access from the street without having to go through the crummy casino to get to your room. Window view was construction of an outside venue next door where they should have had on site parking... Overall too much hassle for an overpriced and average hotel room. Location isn't everything my friends. Save yourself the hassle and book elsewhere. We will. …
We got a suite that had 3 beds, it was room #203. Huge bathroom with a great jetted tub. The two bedrooms were nice each with a television. There was also a little living room with a television and fireplace. Great room, great location, great price!
We thoroughly enjoyed our experience. The rooms were updated yet furnished in such a way that you could almost imagine yourself in the old west. The staff was friendly and quick to meet our needs. I would recommend this establishment for your next visit to Deadwood.
Old and classic. Stayed her a couple nights back...only wish we could have stayed a second night but the hotel was fully booked. Stayed in room 304 and it was so comfortable. Highly recommend this hotel.
This hotel is a great location. In walking distance to all of downtown. The room was very comfortable and we loved the look and feel of the old west. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We will stay again.