Our stay at this hotel was a bumpy one. We were greeted by the door staff on where to park and they even came to the overflow parking lot to pick up our bags.The first night there we had a good time out on the front patio partying with our group. There was about fourty of us. The next day when we returned to the hotel, we were told we couldn't park where we parked the night before because it was for valet parking now. We had to park at the bottom of the parking garage now. We went to eat in the hotel restaurant and the menu had no pasta on it or sandwich items. We ask if the bar had a menu and the waiter said yes but we were not aloud to see it because it was for the bar only. So I walked over to the bar and looked at the menu which had items we were interested in. So we had to move to the bar to eat..Kind of stupid since the food came from the same kitchen...That evening our group returned to the patio to party again and we were met by the management staff.. We were told we could not drink our own beer out there because they had a band and wanted us to buy from there bar..I told them that they already got me for $500.00 for the room for the weekend and now you want us to buy your beer TOO!! So of course we were watched until the band quit and the bar closed. The next night was the same thing we were watched till the bar closed. It just seems funny when a orginization books 30% of the rooms for this weekend, and brings 1500 -2000 members to there small town with a population of 1200. The hotel should of had some leniency for us.
The one thing that was cool is that we did sit in the bar and have a drink with... Niles Harris... a true "Combat Veteran". Needless to say I will not stay In this hotel ever again. It just appears that the Hotel staff and the Casino staff don't talk to each other. They change there rules as they go.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The only place in Deadwood to rock out and rest up -- Deadwood Mountain Grand, A Holiday Inn Resort -- is one of the area’s newest and most unique hotel properties, a resort experience that is sure to leave you longing for a return trip long after you return home. At the Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, Casino and Event Center, perched on a hill overlooking historic Deadwood and featuring GRAND views, the 98-room luxury hotel is a wonderful addition to the recently refurbished adjoining Homestake Mine Slime Plant, one of Deadwood’s most unique historic landmarks, now home to Deadwood’s only large-scale event center and casino. Combined, the three (hotel, event center and casino) provide a resort mix unparalleled by any other. Our three executive king rooms, along with our five king suites deliver the most breath taking views in town. Seven of these eight well-appointed rooms feature spectacular views from their private balconies, including that of Mount Moriah Cemetery (the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and other legends of the Wild West) and Historic Deadwood. Relax and enjoy lounging by the grand stone fireplace over two stories tall under vaulted ceilings or cozy up by the side seating fireplace both making our rustic interior. ... more less
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