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With a dozen nicely appointed rooms, this motel features a quiet atmosphere on Virginia City’s divide, the location the lies on the ridge between Virginia City and Gold Hill.
GOLD HILL HOTEL
Share the experience of America’s greatest boomtown in a casual, elegant setting where guests recapture the opulence of the Comstock Lode. As Nevada’s oldest operating hotel built in 1861, the property features four historic rooms and eight rooms within the new section. The hotel also has seven houses and lodges available to rent. On-site is the Crown Point Restaurant and Gold Hill Bar, worthy of a reservation and nightcap.
SILVER QUEEN HOTEL
The historic hotel is located in the center of Virginia City. You’ll stay in nicely appointed rooms, some with brass beds and 100-mile views. Suites are available. Main level and halls are authentic with an 1870s saloon and wedding chapel. Home of the painted lady embedded in silver dollars.
SILVERLAND INN AND SUITES
Opened in 2006, this non-smoking hotel offers 66 rooms decorated in Victorian elegance. Offers free Wi-Fi, indoor heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi, gym, laundry facility, vending machines, ice machines, a business center, free coffee and beverage service, a gift shop and plenty of free parking. Suites available with a private whirlpool, refrigerator and microwave. Meeting facilities and group space is available. Pets are not allowed. From November 1 through April 30, the Silverland Inn & Suites operates under Winter Hours and is open Friday and Saturday nights and for special events. May 1 through October 31, the property is open 7-days-a-week.
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN MOTEL & MARKET
Originally a boarding house built in 1878, this charming motel has rooms individually decorated in unique styles, creating a cozy and possible “haunting” atmosphere. Each room includes cable TV, microwave and refrigerator, hairdryer and personal amenities. They brew fresh coffee for the guests each morning in the onsite Sugarloaf Market. Also available are convenient snacks, pastries, muffins, and necessities.
TAHOE HOUSE HOTEL
The Tahoe House Hotel was first opened in September of 1859. Now lovingly restored to its original splendor, each Victorian style room is filled with antique furnishings, private bathrooms and Wi-Fi. With 14 rooms and a Carriage House suite, it’s a perfect location for weddings, parties, family reunions, seminars and business meetings. Located in the middle of town with balconies overlooking the main street, it’s convenient and restful.
VIRGINIA CITY INN
The Virginia City Inn has 14 rooms and one apartment with three beds, a kitchen and living area called the Cowboy Hideaway. Other themed rooms tied to Virginia City history include: The Pony Express; Paiute Room; Silver Screen Cowboys; Immigrant Room; Pioneer Room; Civil War Room; Mark Twain Room; Retro-Psychedelic Room; Wild Horse Room; Some Like It Hot Room; Anniversary Suite; Bonanza Room; V&T Railroad Room; and Mining Room. The motel is located one block south of the Fourth Ward School, provides a lovely view of the surrounding area.
Available for rent at just $250 per night, this beautifully renovated home offers a cozy, private stay in historic Virginia City.
VIRGINIA CITY RV PARK
In addition to the nightly 50 hookup sites, three cabins are available for rent. The park is located within walking distance to downtown Virginia City and other historic attractions including the cemeteries and trail rides. There are accommodations for big rigs and small tent area along with restrooms and shower house, on-site laundry facility, convenience store, dumping station and propane sales. Full-service deli which is open to the public, with a to-go menu and breakfast buffet offered.
THE B STREET HOUSE
Enjoy the elegance of the Old West in this fully restored 1875 Victorian home in the heart of historic Virginia City. This property offers three charming upstairs guest rooms with private tub/shower combination bathrooms, luxury amenities, free Wi-Fi, antique décor and full European style breakfast. The European style breakfast is served in the parlor at an 1870s dining table. Afternoon tea time features home-baked cookies, candies, nuts and fresh fruit with an assortment of coffees and teas. Common areas include parlor and library with many books about Nevada and the American West. The outdoor gardens are devoted to heritage and antique fruit trees and flowers and feature a fountain and numerous bird baths.
COBB MANSION BED AND BREAKFAST
Experience a step back in time while staying in an elegantly restored three-story 1876 Victorian Italianate mansion. Luxury accommodations furnished in period antiques enhance your Victorian experience. Six rooms, all with private bath, free Wi-Fi, central heat, AC, Cable TV, and DVD player. One room on the first floor for physically challenged guests. Full gourmet breakfast served among the beauty of numerous antiques.
EDITH PALMER’S COUNTRY INN
Breathe in the fragrance of spring blossoming underfoot to the tops of the flowering trees. Stargaze under summer starlit sky. Awaken to the sunrise filtering through the yellow and gold fall foliage in the canyons below. Sit down to a winter breakfast next to a flickering fire. Touch history. Hear quiet as never before. Watch birds and butterflies in the rock-walled gardens. Experience that which compelled Marilyn Monroe to humbly write, “May I always be a welcome guest.”
SUN MOUNTAIN HOUSE
Stay in the historic Victorian home that dates back to 1876. With an eclectic history including that Cal Bromund, famous Comstock artist, was a former owner and intricate details you will surely feel like you are back in the 1800s.