We stayed at the Hickock recently while in deadwood to see the Oakridge boys. The hotel is a historic hotel located on the mainstreet of Deadwood. We parked in provided parking 2 blocks away. This was mot a issue as we never needed the car for the 2 days we were there. The room was small but adequate and the jacuzzi tub was great. The staff was helpful and very friendly. We would stay here again when we are in Deadwood
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.
We booked a room we had stayed in before..#310..but had been while...in the rear of the hotel, quieter and not as many people walking/moving around in the halls. Third floor, non smoking floor. King bed, with a fireplace as they were predicting snow, and a nice deep claw foot tub) Should have been suspicious when the woman (Sue) asked us at check in if we would rather have another room on that floor..in front of the building with king bed and view of downtown main street....we said no, we wanted the quieter section and the fireplace (room she offered had no fireplace). We were shocked at the disrepair! Ceiling in hall falling down and huge barrels to catch the rain..plaster fallen on the floor..and was where guests from other rooms would have had to try to go through to get to back staircase if a fire! Our room had bees, tons dead and some still alive (I am allergic..so husband killed some) our fridge did not work, furniture was chipped, stain coming off, and room smelled of smoking. (it was a non smoking room). Refrigerator did not work..we even checked to make sure it was plugged in. Also the buttons on the elevator did not work (double sided elevator) so you had to go shimmy through the water barrel area to other side to get the elevator to come. I went down to ask for a different room, as we could not stay in that one...said we would take the other one she had mentioned before. Sue said fine and went to switch it..when another employee, Deb, told her it was not available. Sue said yes it shows available and Deb said no..Laurie Morgan was `staying' in that room. (guessing an employee or friend who was not a registered guest so was why it was not in the computer?) So they offered us another tiny room with a king bed, no fireplace..or a room with a queen bed..or another room with 2 full size beds. I said I would speak with husband and did, and came back....I asked the price difference and they said same as our initial room. ..was told they are charged according to bed size now and not the amenities. How can that be if the queen bed, king bed and full size are all different size beds..yet we were told no price adjustment??? (we had prepaid so had been given no choice but to take another room) We ended up staying in the tiny king bed room..as husband is tall and needs the room.. (was so small the entry door literally almost touches the corner of the bed) and no dresser or any place to put your clothes, other than a tiny closet and a folding suitcase holder..but only place in the room to put it is in front of the tiny closet door! WOW! Also when you went to shower and the tiles got wet..you could see the mold in the grout..disgusting! Worst 3 nights we have even spent in a hotel in Deadwood!…
We are arriving this weekend (10/26-27). Excited about our stay based on the positive reviews. So what’s up with the parking situation? Seems that there is some confusion upon arrival from the reviews I’ve read. What is the best procedure to follow when we show up? Just the two of us. Thanks!
We love this hotel right on main street. Love the people that work there. They are all friendly and helpful. Love the pizza and hot dogs you can get at the bar. Our rooms have always been very clean and nice.