The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Deadwood-Gold Dust Casino is located in Deadwood, South Dakota where the entire town is designated as a National Historic Landmark District because it continues to preserve its Gold Rush days architecture. Within walking distance of the hotel guests can enjoy the famous Gold Rush casino equipped for gambling entertainment. A complimentary hot, buffet breakfast each morning or a relaxing afternoon in the hotel's cocktail lounge awaits. History buffs of the wild west will be excited by the nearby museums and areas dedicated to that era. Mount Rushmore Memorial and the Days of '76 Museum highlight those interests.
This hotel offers all the luxuries of a long-term stay with an indoor heated pool or heated whirlpool for relaxation. The business-minded visitor will appreciate the Business Center's complimentary printer, copier, and scanner complete with office supplies at no cost. Wifi is available throughout the hotel. A fitness center completes the hotel's options of enjoyment without leaving the hotel.
Whether it is one night or a vacation long stay guests will find delight in the spacious rooms. Each room is decorated with the following comforts:
- Flat-screen TV
- Complimentary WiFi
- Separae closet
- Well-lit working desk
- Coffee maker with coffee and tea accessories
- Iron with an ironing board
- Private bathroom
- Black out curtains
- Separte hanging closet
Local restaurants within less than a mile include Maverick's Steak & Cocktails, The Deadwood Social Club, and for sports fans Mustang Sally's offers 23 flat screens, 12 beers on tap, great menu with a friendly atmosphere conducive for cheering on your favorite teams.
Nearby restaurants include Six String, Buffalo Bodega, The Nugget, Sick n Twisted Brewery, and Lizzies. Family Dollar is nearby too, offering coloring books and puzzles to ensure that little minds are entertained as well as Cheezits, Pepsi, and more. Deadwood is brimming with historical significance, and you can discover interesting facts about the locale at Adams Museum. Conquer George S Mickelson Trail or Powerhouse Park when you go walking at Whitewood Creeks edge.