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Mineral Palace

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Recent expansion offers some of the best accommodations in Deadwood, on-site steak house is one of the tastiest in town

    Cons

  • No-smoking rooms still have a hint of smoke smell, only a small on-site parking area

Mineral Palace Review

As at the other hotels built in town since gaming was reintroduced in 1989, the architecture of Mineral Palace blends in with the historic buildings of Deadwood. The rooms have modern furnishings, but floral bedspreads, burgundy carpeting, and hardwood trim give them a slightly Victorian look. A recent multimillion-dollar expansion added amenities like Jacuzzis and flat-panel TVs to VIP and Royal suites.

    Hotel Details

  • 59 rooms, 12 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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