I would caution anyone considering this hotel to reconsider as it is unsafe and not sure how it could pass a fire marshal's inspection. The old elevator was operational but scary when we arrived but when we went back to the hotel late that night it was not working and when you opened the door to the elevator you saw the empty elevator shaft, making it possible for someone who wasn't paying attention to fall to the bottom. The beds I believe must have come from the antique store in the hotel as they were the most uncomfortable I have ever slept on - we considered leaving at 2 a.m. and driving home instead of suffering an entire night on those horrible mattresses. There were outlets that were uncovered, stains on the bedding, bad smells, poor heating, and no safe escape if there was a fire. You cannot cancel the room once you book it and now we know why - not sure who would voluntarily stay after seeing the conditions of the hotel. The lobby (antique store) was closed when we left the next morning at 9 a.m. so there's no one to talk to about these issues and no way to get a receipt upon checkout. A scary place to stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- National Historic Landmark Building in Downtown Deadwood converted into a hotel. Spacious comfortable Queen and King rooms or suites with an Old Deadwood feeling decorated in period styles. European style elevator, an original Otis. Saloon and Eatery on premises plus an Antique Mall covering 12000 square feet. The coolest place in Deadwood. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Deadwood Dick`s Hotel Deadwood
- Dicks Hotel Deadwood
- Deadwood Dicks Hotel