Hampton Inn Deadwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Deadwood
Rooms on the road side of the Hotel were a little noisy but casino must subsidise the good room rates
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Travel Blogs from Deadwood
... in town that served brunch as suggested by reception. I forgot the name of the place. Coffee is surprisingly good nearly anywhere we went in South Dakota so far.
Deadwood. We passed through the main street and watched a shoot-out performance, re-enacting legendary characters such as Calamity Jane. We also passed by a Lakota Indian dance performance by 8th and 9th generation descendants of Sitting Bull, a ...
... thousands of tons of granite with remarkable precision. I felt good about these heroic men and it was pleasing to see their names recorded in bronze on a wall.
When I first looked at the mountain I couldn't help but see the scree of rubble excavated from the carving fanning out below the heads. Before the museum visit I had thought it lent an unfinished air to the site but after, I saw it in a new light. It was almost ...
... a little. An older couple makes small talk about the rain and the wind, he feels bad about spraying me earlier as he passed me on the highway. I assured him at that point it certainly didn’t matter. The vast grasslands of South Dakota are my first glimpse of what the next few days views will bring. It’s windy, gusty, but warm as I ride toward my home for the night, Deadwood, SD. I take in the landscape as Iride; ...
... dramatically as we entered the Black Hills. Called the Black Hills because they look black from a distance (covered almost completely in dark green pines), as Maeve noted. Within the Black Hills we found our destination for the night – Deadwood, South Dakota. Deadwood was founded in 1876 as part of the last great gold rush. It was a town that played by its own rules, attracting outlaws, gamblers, and gunslingers (modern day bikers, slot machine ...
... split a Firehouse Red brew and a plate of incredible bangers and mash. Man, but that plate was loaded! A family of 4 - mom, dad, and two girls about 7 years old sat next to us at the bar. Mom and dad both ordered a beer, the girls got soda. While mom took one of the girls to the restroom, dad ordered another beer. Whoa! I thought...two 16 oz beers in the middle of the day with your family? Is it rough? Or are you just in a good mood? ...