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Situated in Deadwood, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Days of '76 Museum and Adams Museum. Broken Boot Gold Mine and Tatanka: Story of the Bison are ...
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Adams Museum, Broken Boot Gold Mine, and Days of '76 Museum. Tatanka: Story of the Bison ...
Located in the heart of Deadwood, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Adams Museum, Broken Boot Gold Mine, and Days of '76 Museum. Tatanka: Story of the Bison ...
Situated in Deadwood, this resort is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Tatanka: Story of the Bison and within 3 mi (5 km) of Days of '76 Museum and Adams Museum. Broken Boot ...
Located in the heart of Deadwood, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Days of '76 Museum and Adams Museum. Tatanka: Story of the Bison and Broken Boot Gold Mine ...
Located in the heart of Deadwood, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Adams Museum, Days of '76 Museum, and Broken Boot Gold Mine. Tatanka: Story of the Bison ...
Situated in Deadwood, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Adams Museum, Broken Boot Gold Mine, and Days of '76 Museum. Tatanka: Story of the Bison is 2.1 mi ...
Situated in Deadwood, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Adams Museum, Broken Boot Gold Mine, and Days of '76 Museum. Homestake Gold Mine and Tatanka: Story ...
With 24 Expedia-listed hotels and apartments in Deadwood, travelers here have plenty of options to consider. Within a convenient 3-mile radius of Deadwood you can find 24 Expedia-listed hotels.
Two of the most in-demand hotels that are centrally located are the First Gold Hotel and Gaming and the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Deadwood-Gold Dust Casino. The Holiday Inn Resort Deadwood Mountain Grand and the Hampton Inn Deadwood at Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort are a few more fantastic options.
If you would prefer to book in a bit further away from the heart of the city, you should check out Lead. This popular neighborhood is 12 miles away and has about 4 hotels to choose from. These include the Spearfish Canyon Lodge and Blackstone Lodge & Suites.
Start your trip on the right note by paying a visit to Tatanka: Story of the Bison and getting some informative brochures. If this piques your interest, you should make a choice between the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Deadwood and Cadillac Jack’s Hotel & Suites. Whether you're booking rooms there or not, make time to admire First Gold Hotel and Gaming, a well-known local hotel. The closest accommodations near this attraction are the Comfort Inn & Suites and Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort.
Families, students and those watching their dollars will find some nice Deadwood hotel and apartment options that won't that won't make the bank manager's jaw drop. A couple of recommended options are the Super 8 - Spearfish and the Days Inn Sturgis. More options in the lower price range are the Quality Inn Spearfish and the Travelodge Spearfish.
Looking for more? The Hampton Inn Spearfish and the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sturgis are 8 miles and 10 miles away from the center of Deadwood. These are some great choices. 8 miles away stands the Holiday Inn Spearfish - Convention Center. The Best Western Black Hills Lodge is also near, 10 miles away.
Looking for more to do? Consider spending some time enjoying the Hermann Park and Black HIlls School of Woodworking in Belle Fourche, 20 miles to the north of Deadwood. Some of our recommended Belle Fourche hotels and accommodations include the AmericInn Belle Fourche and Super 8 Belle Fourche. Or, stay in Hill City, 30 miles to the south of Deadwood, where you can choose from the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hill City and Best Western Golden Spike Inn & Suites. Presidential Trail and Horse Thief Lake are some of the most popular points of interest to experience for those visiting Hill City.
Now that you've learned a little about what hotel options are available in Deadwood, be sure to visit our Deadwood travel guide for the low-down on the many scenic and cultural attractions here.
Even before the television show depicting the last days of the true Wild West made Deadwood into a top destination for travelers, Deadwood vacations were popular among history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. Hotels in Deadwood, SD range from characteristically rustic small cabins outside of the city limits to luxurious downtown hotels and everything in between. Even though Deadwood is a small community with a permanent population of less than 2,000, Deadwood hotels are frequently booked solid for long periods of time. With over 80 historic casinos, Deadwood, SD hotels often play host to fun-loving gamers from all parts of the planet. Others book rooms in Deadwood, South Dakota hotels during the summer to participate in the abundance of outdoor activities the area offers.
Those looking for commercial flights to Deadwood will have to make plans to arrive and depart from Rapid City, South Dakota, which is 54 miles from downtown Deadwood. Car rentals are available in either Rapid City or in Deadwood through Expedia.com. Many people who have booked rooms in a Deadwood hotel choose to find a car rental in Rapid City and drive to their destination.
Because Deadwood is a walkable city, most available lodging is near the best restaurants, bars, and casinos. Frontier flavor abounds in Deadwood, and the entire town is a Registered National Historic Landmark. However, travelers aren't expected to do without modern amenities - unless they so desire. Visitors can easily get around the city by riding the colorful, historic trolleys, or by walking.
Although most travelers choose to experience Deadwood during the summer months, winter sports aficionados frequently visit the two ski areas situated near the town. Other winter activities include the ISOC SnoCross Deadwood Shootout that takes place in February, where top snowmobile racers from all over the world compete in events broadcasted by the CBS Sports Network.
Those looking for deals on Deadwood hotel rooms should probably plan on visiting in January or in the early spring. The community won't be so crowded with tourists during those times, but the frontier experience will still be fully available.