Boulder Dam Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Boulder Dam Hotel Boulder City
Travel Blogs from Boulder City
On our way to San Diego! Instead of driving through the southern desolate Arizona and California deserts in the 110+ degree heat, we took a detour through "Vegas"...actually Boulder City. Still temps in the hundreds, but better traveled and with a Hoover Dam.
I should mention: I do not care for Vegas. At least, the flashy, gambly, over- …
... warning of "high crosswinds" that come from the Mojave Desert through the Black Canyon. As we cross the bridge, we are welcomed to the state of Nevada. After an inspection by the authorities, we head to the parking lot and walk up the 70 steps to the pedestrian walkway across the same bridge we had crossed via RV. From the walkway, we are able to enjoy the great engineering project that ...
May 17 Las Vegas. Nevada
May 13 ...Wilbur is not running right...we have been to three repair shops and all we know for sure us that there is a problem with the fuel getting to the engine when he climbs up an incline...we left Phoenix in hopes that the problem was corrected after they put in a new fuel filter and repaired a bracket... Now Wilbur ...
Off today to Hoover Dam. A short journey from Las Vegas broken up by a stop at a motel in nearby Boulder City to leave our luggage in a room. A room that time forgot with shag pile and a massive jacuzzi in the room as well as a separate bathtub in the toilet enclosure. All the better to watch tv from the bubbles apparently. Anyway we rented it by the hour to leave our suitcases as since 911 security is tight ...
... Dam is one of the best engineering feats of all time. The Colorado River, upon which the Hoover Dam is situated, had been a "friend and foe" of the Americans for hundreds of years, with the huge floods creating massive destruction to anything in its path, but it was the most important water source for many Southern states as well. The Hoover Dam was a necessity to harness the water strength and share it safely.