Everything was great - check-in / check-out was a breeze -- the location is the best in Deadwood. The room was large and comfortable. Great pizza -- And they employ the best bartender in all of Deadwood!
Dont focus on the weird photos. I was on the fence about going here. ( And we travel quite a bit) the pictures looked more like a 1980 super 8 ( I hate bedspreads) . We wanted something user friendly and in right in the center of it all. But I was afraid i would compromise comfort with outdated rooms and beds. FORGET IT. Our room was as comfortable as our home. The bed and bedding was cozy once you rip of the dreadful bedspread. We had everything we needed. Coffee, refrigerator, microwave, usb ports. The bathroom was HUGE and plenty of hot water. Deborah / Debbie did a great job helping me with last minute reservation. Most all the staff was super. HERE IS THE EPITOME we were exploring the first day there. A housekeeper asked us if we needed help. We said just looking around. This is an amazing place. The house keeper said " YES, I LOVE THIS BUILDING". Rarely will you have staff that love the place they work. When they do everything comes together. That love for their job ( deborah began the experience on our phone call before we left) is what makes this place special. NOT TO MENTION THE LOCATION AND COMFY ROOMS! :)…
This was our biggest “gamble” of a hotel in that it is not a chain and I was concerned that the property might not live up to the pictures online. This turned out to be our favorite hotel during our 12 day visit to South Dakota! This is a “boutique” type hotel and so cool. You feel like you’re stepping back to 1880, but not staying at a property that was last updated in 1880! The bathroom was impressive and featured a whirlpool type tub. I this was my best night of sleep, and definitely the best wifi we experienced. I would recommend this to anyone visiting Deadwood. In fact, I’d recommend staying here and making it a base of operations if you want to visit Spearfish or even Devils Tower in WY.
I had stayed at this hotel from July 31 to August 1. I had issues that were small and only escalated do to incompetent workers. It started when the front desk worker did not know here the parking garage was. That took her 20 minutes to lookup the address of the off site garage. The Hotel manager should have left that information for that worker. The room was missing the remote controls for the TV sets. There was no one in the hotel to call or get help from. A sign at the front desk said to go to the casino for help. The casino said they can't help because they are busy. The Bathtub was clogged but they said that the drain was just screwed down very tight. Last there were people sleeping in the hall. I referred to those people as Bums to the staff but the staff got upset with me on that and said they were guest that they helped to their room. The management also told me that they had no security at this location. A little scary to think this is a Hotel and Casino with no security.…
We stayed at this hotel for 2 days and had a great time. There is some parking out front available for you to unload and check in. Then you need to park a few blocks away in the public parking garage. Ensure the hotel has your license plate in the system, and you can come and go from the parking garage as you please. We had a corner room which was huge. The hotel definitely has the Deadwood feel and is located on a corner with Main Street and right in the hear of everything. We did have some minor issues with check in and with a rude worker but addressed them with the front desk person the next day and had no other issues. I would stay again if in the Deadwood area.
Immediately by entering there was a noticeable odd smell, smelled like smoke. Casino was a bit noisy at night, and one of the jets on tub was broken. Other than that, the stay was enjoyable and peaceful. Would recommend staying here. Great location in downtown Deadwood.
I get it it, it's in a great location but for 400 dollars for 3 nights, no swimming pool no room service you have to ask for towels and set your dirty stuff outside (which we didn't because we didn't need it). Me and my fiance walked into the little (and by little it's a super small area) shopping room they have and the desk lady got up and followed us around the shop but never said one word. They don't have parking your parking is included in your rate and you have to drive down to a public parking ramp and hope to find a space. The pillows are so small and uncomfortable, you'd think for the price they would have better pillows. The plus side was the jacuzzi tub only big enough for one person and being by everything. Deadwood is fantastic but I wouldn't stay here again.
Hickok is located right on Main Street across from town square and ice rink. Beautiful woodwork and staircases. We stayed in 3 room suite room #302. Queen bed in separate bedroom. King bed in large room with fireplace. Bathroom is large with whirlpool tub. Comfortable beds. Historic looking decor in clean rooms.
Hotel feels like it’s over a hundred years old but it’s fixed up so well! Comfortable bed, HUGE bathroom, jetted tub, right on Main Street to enjoy the bars and stores. You will need to park about 2 blocks away in a garage but it’s free. Only criticism...wish the lady in the lobby could have cracked a smile to show she appreciated our business.
Love the pizza, hotdogs, and burgers at this location. Love the fact that you can get food later in the evening when other places are closed. Always have had great service here. Love the location of this place on main street.