The location of course is great, as is the fact that it's historic, and possibly haunted (which is why other family members wanted to stay there). It was nice but I expected the beds to be a little more comfortable. They seemed old and chea and we didn't sleep very well. Otherwise, the room was good and seemed to fit to its historic nature.
We didn't see or hear any ghosts unfortunately, but a family member says she caught "orbs" in some photos. We did have a few problems with the water pressure and the shower shutting off (or was it the ghosts?!!) but I guess that should be expected in such an old building. It was a nice stay. The casinos on the other hand were pretty bad. I could sit at a slot machine for a long time and never even get one bonus. I did do best at the Tin Lizzy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bullock Hotel is a Deadwood Treasure. Experience the history and elegance of Deadwood's first hotel located right on Main Street. All are unique and have been painstakingly restored to the original details that Seth Bullock first envisioned. We have the perfect accommodations for leisure guests or family weekend getaways! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bullock Hotel Deadwood