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Luxury Hotels in Deadwood

    Iron Horse Inn

    Iron Horse Inn

    600 Whitewood Service Rd, Whitewood, SD
    The price is $65 per night from Oct 1 to Oct 2
    per night
    Oct 1 - Oct 2
    8.2/10 Very Good! (545 reviews)
    SpringHill Suites by Marriott Deadwood

    SpringHill Suites by Marriott Deadwood

    322 Main Street, Deadwood, SD
    The price is $74 per night from Oct 29 to Oct 30
    per night
    Oct 29 - Oct 30
    9.2/10 Wonderful! (999 reviews)
    The Crow Peak Lodge

    The Crow Peak Lodge

    346 West Kansas St, Spearfish, SD
    The price is $80 per night from Oct 12 to Oct 13
    per night
    Oct 12 - Oct 13
    7/10 Good! (289 reviews)

Pet Friendly Deadwood Hotels

    Days Inn by Wyndham Spearfish

    Days Inn by Wyndham Spearfish

    240 Ryan Rd, Spearfish, SD
    The price is $98 per night from Oct 24 to Oct 25
    per night
    Oct 24 - Oct 25
    8/10 Very Good! (787 reviews)
    The Lodge at Deadwood Gaming Resort

    The Lodge at Deadwood Gaming Resort

    100 Pine Crest, Deadwood, SD
    The price is $99 per night from Oct 29 to Oct 30
    per night
    Oct 29 - Oct 30
    9.2/10 Wonderful! (1,000 reviews)
    Spearfish Canyon Lodge

    Spearfish Canyon Lodge

    10619 Roughlock Falls Road, Lead, SD
    The price is $85 per night from Oct 29 to Oct 30
    per night
    Oct 29 - Oct 30
    9.2/10 Wonderful! (1,001 reviews)

Explore Deadwood, South Dakota

Deadwood, South Dakota has a strong connection to the Wild West days, and the city retains that history. It is home to casinos, bison farms, and even the bar where Wild Bill Hickok lost his life. Before you set off on your journey, get great prices on Deadwood hotels at

Main Street

The best way to see the city is with accommodations on Main Street. Staying on this road puts you as close as possible to all of the action downtown. Cadillac Jacks Gaming Resort is one of the top hotels on this long street. A thick layer of soundproofing material in the walls of each room helps make your room incredibly quiet, so you do not need to worry about noises from the six gaming rooms and numerous bars and restaurants downstairs. The hotel has rooms available for $59, and it is only a few blocks from downtown Deadwood. If you are in the mood for a day trip, you can travel to nearby Mount Rushmore, Devil’s Tower, or Crazy Horse in about one hour. You can reach the hotel at (866) 333-9195.

Pine Crest Lane

If you want to experience the best of Deadwood without staying in the heart of the city, try looking at the hotels on Pine Crest Lane. The Lodge at Deadwood Resort and Casino is one of the best-known hotels along this road because it offers so many amenities for guests. The resort is not far from the Broken Boot Gold Mine, which lets people of all ages pan for gold in a former gold mine. Whatever you find during your trip, you get to take home with you. You can even turn the gold you find into jewelry while at the mine. The lodge is also near the Black Hills, which has hiking and walking trails for those who want to stretch their legs. You can also skip the outdoor activities and simply enjoy the view of the Black Hills from your hotel room. Rooms start at $119 per night, and the hotel has a toll-free number, (877) 393-5634, for those with questions.

Deadwood Street

From the moment that you step foot on Deadwood Street, you will feel like you are taking a step back in time. Though the street now features a variety of stores, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, those businesses sit inside historic buildings that offer a glimpse at how the town looked during the 19th century. The Iron Horse Inn has rooms available starting at $99 per night, and all of the rooms are in a historic building. Some rooms have views of downtown Deadwood, while other rooms have views of the surrounding Black Hills. The décor of this non-smoking hotel includes a combination of antiques and modern furnishings that pay homage to the history of the city, while still keeping guests happy and comfortable. Give the hotel a call with any questions that you have at (605) 717-7530.

See Deadwood Today

If you love the Old West, you will love Deadwood. You can reenact those days at Saloon No. 10, pay homage to Hickok and Calamity Jane at the Mount Moriah Cemetery, and find out about the wild bison that once roamed the area at the Tatanka Museum. Start planning your trip today with low prices on Deadwood hotels at

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