We stopped off at Deadwood on our road trip between Rapid City and the Bighorn Mountains and were pleased to find the Lodge a very pleasant modern hotel. Out of town on a main road it was only five minutes to drive in to Deadwood and out of season parking was plentiful. We had a lovely large room with all the amenities you could want. Jim who was on security was extremely helpful on arrival, insisting on helping us two ladies with our bags and making sure we were settled in. Later that night the supervisor in the Casino was kind enough to explain the workings of the slot machines to an inexperienced gambler! I was disappointed by Deadwood itself not having realised that it is a casino town. I feel that has taken away all the old western atmosphere from the town - every window you looked in was full of slot machines. The best part of the town was the Mount Moriah Cemetery where Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok are buried. That still had atmosphere! Back to the hotel though, we enjoyed our stay here and liked the Western theme of the room.
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- The Lodge at Deadwood brings you some of the best lodging, dining, and casino entertainment in the Northern Black Hills! Explore the million-acre recreational playground right outside our doors. Then stay, dine, play, and experience everything this historic town has to offer. Visit us year-round in Deadwood, South Dakota. ... more less
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