Beautiful hotel in every way. Food delicious. Whirlpool nice but wish it had been outdoors. Only gambled about $60 but had no luck in machines. Lodge across from Tatanka- Kevin Costners center about the importance of the buffalo
Our host and hostess were very friendly and helpful. Our room was clean and comfortable. Breakfasts were delicious. We would definitely visit and stay here again.
Clean, comfortable, quiet and nice. I was very satisfied.
Room pretty clean but could've used new carpet snd updated bedding. Staff was very nice. Breakfast good, if you're ok with cold choices. The only hot item offered was waffles.
Was a nice stay alway in enjoy staying at that hotel when we can. Everyone is nice and the rooms are always clean and they will help you with what ever is needed.
Welcome to the Wild, Wild West! Deadwood is a small town in South Dakota that has been synonymous with the Wild West for many years. A town steeped in history, it is here that you will find the famous graves of Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok and the Adams Museum, which houses a huge gold nugget and a dinosaur fossil!
If you are in town for the food, which is why many visit Deadwood, then staying in one of hotels close to Silverado is your best bet. The only Las-Vegas style buffet in town, Silverado is a massive meat-lovers paradise with live food stations and all-you-can-eat crab and rib deals. The Terry Peak Ski Area is ideal for anyone visiting Deadwood in the winter, especially if you plan to hit the slopes. Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, this is a prime ski area and there are a great choice of hotels to rest you head in.
Considering the fascinating Adams Museum is one of the top attractions in Deadwood, staying in one of the hotels nearby is a good option. The museum itself tells the story of the Gold Rush in South Dakota as well as preserving the history of The Black Hills. If you are in Deadwood for business rather than leisure, then staying at one of the hotels close to the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce makes sense, especially as there are lots of business hotels nearby with a range of meeting and conference facilities.
Deadwood has 36 3 star hotels and two 4 star hotels to choose from. The 4 star hotels in Deadwood are beautiful chalet-style lodges and cabins with great views of the mountains. Facilities include free parking, an on-site spa and barbeque grills, as well as picnic areas during the summer. The 3 star hotels in Deadwood have a lot to offer its guests, ranging from water park passes to spa facilities or casino access. Many of the hotels come with excellent locations and beautiful views of the Black Hills.
For those in Morgantown for a meeting or a conference, there are 25 business hotels for you to choose from. As there are a lot of outdoor activities in and around Deadwood, many people choose to bring their pets on vacation with them. There are over 26 pet-friendly hotels in Deadwood that will happily welcome both you and your furry friend!
Rapid City Regional Airport is the closest airport to Deadwood and there are a number of hotels nearby to spend the night before departing on an early morning or late night flight.