I stayed here a couple of years ago when they were still putting the final touches on the hotel. It is absolutely lovely now. The furnishings are genuine antiques and are spread throughout the lobby, hallways, and your room. The claw-footed bathtubs are a very nice touch. I highly recommend this hotel if you like well restored historic hotels; this is a gem! I got a wonderful night's sleep on a great mattress in my room. In addition, they have coffee on each floor near the elevator early every morning; what a treat to stroll out and get some coffee. There is now a small casino next door and they have a great restaurant and wonderful bar in the lobby.
Traveller from Dayton, NV
Situated in Tonopah, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Barsanti Park and Tonopah Historic Mining Park. Central Nevada …More
Hotel in nice condition, coffee and cookies in lobby. This is a pet friendly hotel, I was told about 1/2 the hotel rooms. I did ask if pets had stayed in my room previously, not given a proper answer and about deep cleaning of rooms. Stay away if you have an allergy to animals. Town has a lot of mining history and the mining museum is great. Good micro brewery and BBQ place over the road.
Traveller from uk
Situated in Tonopah, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Barsanti Park and Tonopah Historic Mining Park …More
Great visit, we came to look at the Opera house created by Marta Becket. The little theatre she created and decorated is superb. Hotel has an interesting history and is maintained in her memory. She passed away this year.
Take food with you midweek as the cafe has limited opening hours
Traveller from UK
Situated in Death Valley, this historic motel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Museum and within 32 mi …More
We enjoyed our 3 nights here. We spent 2 days in Death Valley NP, and was convenient to drive in. The room was spacious and clean. It is older, but met our expectations. No breakfast is included, so we ate in the cafe. There is nothing else for miles around this hotel so we ate 2 suppers there and the third supper in the steakhouse upstairs. Food was good except for our steaks which were overdone. Had excellent ribs one night, There was entertainment in the bar area 2 nights which was fun. There is a man-made pond behind the hotel, so view is great with mountains in the distance.
The only thing we wished was to have a coffee pot in the room or to provide free morning coffee to guests. All our other hotels had coffee pots in the room.
Situated in Amargosa Valley, this hotel is 7 mi (11.2 km) from Ash Meadows Visitor Center and 7.8 mi (12.5 km) from Tonopah …More