From boarding house to bordello to hotel, the refurbished 1890s edifice advertises its "Old West Comfort" with a large vertical sign hanging from the top of the building. A redheaded lass looks down from the top of the sign, as if wanting to call to potential customers passing by. Exposed-brick walls and 18-foot ceilings run throughout, but the individual Victorian antiques that decorate the rooms give them all their own personalities. Owned and operated by the Underground
Tours, the inn has a full kitchen and dining room available to guests, and with no lobby or front office, you'll feel more like you're renting a historic downtown apartment than booking a hotel room.