The Best Western Golden Spike Inn & Suites is conveniently located just off of Route 385 and is just a short drive from Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Memorial. The hotel features a fitness center, a hot tub, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool with a sundeck. You can even bring your pet along to stay at this hotel, so you don't have to spend time worrying about them back at home. This is a great choice for any trip!
The hotel is located less than a mile from the Black Hills Central Railroad, a two hour and fifteen-minute vintage steam train ride through the scenic Black Hills. You will also be close to attractions like Cluster State Park, Journey Museum, and Downtown Sturgis. Several restaurants are located within a mile from the hotel including the Alpine Inn, Hill City Cafe, Elm Street Pizza, and Rico's. For shopping opportunities, the Best Western Golden Spike Inn & Suites is located just half a mile from Hill City which has a unique variety of boutiques. The hotel is also within four miles of the Prairie Berry and Stone Faces Wineries.
The Best Western Golden Spike Inn & Suites provides a complimentary full hot breakfast with eggs, pieces of bread, cereal, fruit, coffee, and juice. There is an on-site fitness center, and if you are in town on business, you will love the business center with meeting rooms. All rooms include cable television, alarm clock, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, a microwave and fridge, and high- speed Internet access. Be sure to choose the perfect hotel for you and your family in the Mount Rushmore area for the best vacation experience possible!
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