Welcome to the Gold Country’s premier hotel! The Gold Miners Inn - Holiday Inn Express and Suites is nestled in historic downtown Grass Valley, the heart of western Nevada County. The Gold Miners Inn is the perfect place for your next business meeting, conference, wedding or special event. The hotel offers 7,000 square feet of flexible conference space to complement the 80 state-of-the-art guest rooms and suites. Our guest rooms and suites are creatively designed to cater to executive travelers as well as vacationing families. Gold Miners Inn is the perfect base camp for visiting local businesses, exploring our historic Gold Rush towns, or experiencing the wealth of performing arts, festivals and outdoor recreational activities available in the beautiful Sierra Foothills. During your Grass Valley visit, start your day with our complimentary hot breakfast bar. After a long day of work or play, join us for free. We double the fun of our daily cocktail reception on Thursday evenings, when the Gold Miners Inn adds complimentary tastings of the many award-winning wines from Naggiar Winery between 5 and 7 PM. Thursday evening are made even more special with complimentary hors d'oeuvres and other delectables proudly presented by some Grass Valley's finest restaurants: Kane's, Cinino's at Main Street, Maria's, The Owl Grill and Trattoria Milano’s.
The complimentary wine hour is great!
The rooms are spartan and in need of a refresh.
The staff was very courteous and accommodating, I will stay with this hotel for any of my future needs of lodging in the future fantastic experience.
The hotel was very clean and the staff was very nice. The complimentary breakfast was nice, especially the walnuts and raisins for the oatmeal.
The positive attitude of staff; nice breakfast and happy hour selections
NOISY. excerices room at all hours of night and drunks below our rooms tarting at 6 am.
The very helpful front desk. The facility was clean and very well kept. Breakfast had a large variety of items. Cookies and coffee in the afternoon was a nice treat. The entire facility was in excellent condition .. And felt safe.
I have just completed my 10th night at the Holiday Inn Express, aka Gold Miner's Inn. I have been visiting the area one weekend a month for the last 5 months. On each of these 10 nights, without exception, I was forced to call the front desk to complain about the sound of TVs and conversation in the adjoining room (after 10:30pm). On this last stay I chose the Sierra Suite thinking it would insulate me from the noise. Wrong. Not only did I have the same 'TV' issue with the room to the left but i also was awakened at 1am by a disturbance in the room to the right. The walls in this hotel are paper thin. It is impossible to get a good night's sleep. Time to quit trying a move on.
About a half hour after arriving at this hotel, the front desk called to notify me that my brand new vehicle had been damaged in their lot. I went outside and with the manager immediately determined that a fault in the parking lot had caused it to give way. The manager agreed that the hotel was responsible for the damage and even signed a document to that effect. Today it has been 90 days and despite many calls and letters, I am still waiting for the $1,141 that they owe me and that they promised they would pay me. The manager is always out when I call and he is ignoring my emails.\n\nThis week I contacted the franchise company hoping that they will follow up with the hotel. Life happens and I can understand that things will happen, but when someone makes a promise and then decides to not follow through, they are NOT doing the right thing.\n\nThese hotels are independently owned, but it will be a very cold day anywhere before I stay in this brand again. My next step will be to get my lawyer involved and then the hotel will be paying not just the invoice from the dealership for the repairs, but my legal costs as well.\n\nIt is just such a shame that they are unwilling to do what they agreed to do when the incident took place. Shame on them!