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Martin Mason Hotel
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Reviewed June 25, 2011

We booked here based on the other reviews, which you can read that covers the morning scones, refreshment refrigerator and all that.
We stayed in room 11, as other have said the bed was really comfortable, our HVAC worked great and we kept the room nice and cool.

One thing I hadn't seen mentioned, the rooms have transom windows above the doors, 2 in our case since the room has 2 doors. At night (around 9, not always on time) the hall lights are dimmed so it's less annoying, but still somewhat annoying. Seems to me that frosting the glass or just putting some type of curtain would be easier.
The doors have the old-style keyed locks, no way to lock the room from the inside, no deadbolt or chain lock.
The hotel is quite when it's empty, dead quiet. When it's full there's noise up and down the hall, the doors sort of have to be slammed to close, so there's noise there.
One morning at about 4am the hall lights came on full bright, that was unpleasant.

I guess I don't know what else to say, was it unpleasant? No. Was it "the best hotel in the world" as one traveler put it? No, maybe not even the best in Deadwood. Was it worth what I paid? No.

I don't have a lot to say on service, we checked in, were shown our room and that was the end of it, if you need ice you have to go to the casino and ask, and they'll get it from the basement.

I thought the parking was great, we parked in the check in spots and the private lot was very handy, there's a door at the opposite end of the building you can go in to get to the hotel, it's just stairs but sometimes beats the elevator.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank randompilotguy
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Reviewed June 15, 2011

Stayed a night here on our way from yellowstone to badlands. Deadwood is a very strange place - not exactly the technicolour world of Calamity Jane! Every single window on the street is filled with dreary slot machines including the downstairs of the Martin & Mason - quite strange to be taking your room key from a lady sitting behind bars (because it's also where they give out the change from for the casino). We also struggled to find anywhere to eat, because they were all upstairs so you couldn't see what you were getting before you went in. The diner at the back of the hotel looked pretty good but wasn't open in the evening. We ended up at a sports cafe called mustang sally's though which was pretty cool. The room itself was also pretty cool - you could definitely imagine butch cassidy or the sundance kid having a soak in the roll top bath! Slightly strange breakfast arrangements too - you go and collect a cookie and coffee from a communal trolley in the hall. V good cookies though!

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank AliceR006
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Reviewed June 6, 2011

My fiance and I decided at the last minute to go somewhere for the week end. We decided to go to Deadwood, SD. We went online and started shopping for some hotels. The Martin and Mason came up and I directly called the hotel to see if anything was available. The lady on the phone was so friendly and helpful. She gave us options and she even offered us a 25% discount on the room (joy of the last minute). She directed us to the website and we looked at some pictures of the hotel. Our room was the John Martin one (#4) and it was simply gorgeous with the victorian style. The room was extremely charming and super clean. The hotel offered high speed internet and there was a hair dryer and 32'TV screen. There was also a antique bath tub - a little bit too small for two tall people but so adorable!! We had a complimentary breakfast (coffee, tea, and muffins) served on a tray right front of the door in the morning :) and they also offered complimentary beverages all day long (water, sodas). The hotel is at a perfect location - tight front of teh Adams Museum and 20 seconds away from Main street, where it's louder than on Deadwood street where the hotel is. It was very quiet that niight and we slept so well. The bed was extremely comfortable!! I also need to mention that the hotel has a restaurant and a gambling area. We did not experience any of it but it looked very nice. There is also a parking for guests only which is nice since deadwood gets pretty busy and it's nice to have a place to park our car upon arrival.
I usually never write reviews because I usually never experience anything exceptional; but this time we had such a blast and the hotel was definitely one of the best part of our trips. Look no further if you are looking for a romantic getaway - The Martin and Mason Hotel is awesome!!!
Here are a coupel of things we also did while in Deadwood:
- city tour bus (located on Main street): great to know the history of Deadwood
- cemetery: Wild Bill and Calamity Jane's graves are there
- Broken Boot Gold mine: visit very interesting
- The trial of McCall: theatre and country music! Great show!!
- Kevin's Costner restaurant 'Jakes': awesome food - and very romantic place
- Costumes and Photo like in the old time - located on main street: kind of pricy $50 - but definitely worth it!
- on the way back, we went to Cheyenne Crossing restaurant located on HWY 14a and the food was great- They have the biggest pancakes I've ever seen and the breakfast are great!! Prices are extremely reasonable for the quantity they serve
- scenic byway 14a with water falls

Room Tip: Check the website to see all the different rooms
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Arielhutch
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Reviewed June 6, 2011

Stayed at the Martin & Mason Hotel for the Deadwood Marathon weekend. Could not have made a better choice. The rooms are all very distinctive with period furnishings and lovely bed linens. Had everything we could have wanted steps from Main Street and restaurants. Very quiet and comfortable. Coffee and scones in the hall each morning. Very friendly staff. We will definitely be back.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank arachel
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Reviewed May 28, 2011

Cannot say enough nice things about the incomparable Martin and Mason in Deadwood. What a gem! I was impressed by the website and it turned out to be everything we had hoped for and more. The property has been beautifully restored with amazing finesse, utilizing both the old and some made-to-order reproduction pieces. The whole places oozes Old West charm balanced with modern sophistication.

Wonderful service from Luby, who hooked us up with a great special when we called to reserve and then gave us tips for restaurants and don't miss sites in town. The owner was extremely engaging and treated us like family. She has some incredible before/after photos and is happy to show you around the hotel to see all that has been done. The availability of a nicely stocked refrigerator and afternoon cookies is a real plus, and of course the morning coffee and scones...too die for. I travel quite a bit and can say without reservation that the Martin and Mason is absolutely tops in every way. If you staying in Deadwood, look no further.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Louise K
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