Thursday, November 11, 2010

Old Deadwood Slime Plant is now the Deadwood Mountain Grand

Deadwood Mountain Grand

Hotel, Event Center, & Casino

The Black Hills' premiere large-scale entertainment venue:

Housed in the completely refurbished 1905 Homestake Mining Co. Slime Plant where millions of dollars in gold ore was recovered in a century of operations, the Deadwood Mountain Grand represents one of the largest historic preservation projects in the U.S.
From its contemporary 100-room hotel overlooking the heart of the fabled gold mining camp, and its state-of-the-art casino, to its 2,500-seat entertainment and Event Center and an exceptional restaurant, the Deadwood Mountain Grand is the preferred site for your next meeting, convention or romantic get-away.
From its creekside lobby to mining artifacts from yesteryear, staying at the Deadwood Mountain Grand is an experience that will be remembered long after the Black Hills have faded in your rearview mirror.

Perched on a mountain in the middle of the city, the spacious luxury hotel features 100 rooms, including eight lavish suites with balconies. Each room was designed to afford guests with commanding views of the National Historic District of Deadwood, as well as Mt. Moriah Cemetery, the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and other legends of the West.
Guest amenities include a swimming pool and workout room, as well as elevator and stair access to the Deadwood Mountain Grand's signature Event Center, casino, restaurant and bars. On-site parking accommodates 325 vehicles for guest convenience.
Today's images by JanetT

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