We stayed at the recently opened Mountain Grand in early May 1012. It is located off the main street, but an easy 2 block walk to the historic areas. The hotel lobby has a small desk area, but the waiting area is nice sized and has the appearance of a lodge. The hotel is on an upper level above the casino, and you take an elevator up, then a second seperate elevator to the rooms. This took some getting used to. The rooms are tastefully decorated with neutral colors and historic/period prints on the walls. The mattress and pillows are so very comfortable, the linens are high quality, The bathroom is a bit small, no tub (which is not important to me) but I loved the glass shower doors (much cleaner than curtains). There is a single cup coffee maker wth complimentary coffee. The only negative I found with the room was the drinking glasses........or should I say Mason Jars......very unpleasant to drink from. The staff, both hotel and casino, are very helpful and friendly. There was door attendant and valet always available at the entrance. The facility only has 3 places to eat, and they are not open late at night. We ate a few times at the main restaurant and the food was very good and fairly reasonably priced. We were looking for a late night (10pm) snack and nothing was open. That is pretty much the case in all of Deadwood.......perhaps because of the off-season. We would definitely stay at the Grand again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The only place in Deadwood to rock out and rest up -- Deadwood Mountain Grand, A Holiday Inn Resort -- is one of the area’s newest and most unique hotel properties, a resort experience that is sure to leave you longing for a return trip long after you return home. At the Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, Casino and Event Center, perched on a hill overlooking historic Deadwood and featuring GRAND views, the 98-room luxury hotel is a wonderful addition to the recently refurbished adjoining Homestake Mine Slime Plant, one of Deadwood’s most unique historic landmarks, now home to Deadwood’s only large-scale event center and casino. Combined, the three (hotel, event center and casino) provide a resort mix unparalleled by any other. Our three executive king rooms, along with our five king suites deliver the most breath taking views in town. Seven of these eight well-appointed rooms feature spectacular views from their private balconies, including that of Mount Moriah Cemetery (the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and other legends of the Wild West) and Historic Deadwood. Relax and enjoy lounging by the grand stone fireplace over two stories tall under vaulted ceilings or cozy up by the side seating fireplace both making our rustic interior. ... more less
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