Was like another time; in the old west, but modern conveniences and good cafe and bar onsite. Private and quiet yet a very friendly staff and assigned parking on busy weekends. Very comfortable.
The carpets could use a good cleaning! Especially in elevator. But, that is the only thing if one is looking for fault. An easy fix though?
Friendly owner and staff.
Cleaning lady took my change off the dresser thinking it was a tip. Owner and I straightened everything out however.
Clean, simple, only the easentials! Historic. The best priced hotel in the busy area- was a no brainer
We got one of the smaller rooms but oh well
staff very friendly and helpful, restaurant right there. Althought only ate breakfast there it was good and resonably priced.
Needed a new mattress in room 304
the staff was very friendly and helpful
Staying in a historic building.
Lack of parking was a real hassle.
The room was AWESOME! I felt like I was back in the wild west! :) The diner downstairs had great fillet minnon and breakfast burrito!
We could not get the wireless internet on the third floor unless we went out in the hall and sat in front of the elevator. :(
It is an antique/boutique hotel and it is in Deadwood! :)
I didn't realize that the thermostat was behind the bedroom door until I was packing up to go. It got kind of cold in there!
The hotel was a very old building. It was decorated to the period. Rooms were small but it had a lot of charm. There was a casino downstairs which usually means a lot of smoke, but not here. They had a smoking area away from the casino. Fun trip. The town around it was aimed toward the tourist.
Location (central) and 'historical' aspect - old stone highrise.
It was difficult for me, schlepping stuff in and out through the gambling area and up the elevator. The parking lot was tiny and I felt fortunate to find a space, since I arrived early.