"We have the capability to offer what no other property in Deadwood can.We're offering two complimentary concert tickets with any room booked on an event night," said Deadwood Mountain Grand general manager Brad Hemmah. "If guests are staying with us, we want them to experience our property's offerings while they're here, including our entertainment center."
The opening of the Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel will bring 50 new jobs to the area. Hiring will take place mid-February through early March.
The hotel, which is in its final construction stages, sits perched on a hill overlooking Historic Deadwood and delivers the best views in the Black Hills
- from the indoor pool and hot tub, as well as from each of its 98 rooms - offering extraordinary service in the lap of modern luxury.
The property features three executive king rooms -- the Mount Moriah, the GunSlinger, and the Black Hills -- along with five king suites -- the Love Everybody, Big Time, Big & Rich, Deadwood Mountain, and Mountain Harmony, which deliver the most breath taking views in town.
Seven of the eight well-appointed rooms feature spectacular views from their private balconies, including that of Mount Moriah Cemetery (the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and other legends of the Wild West) and Historic Deadwood.
"Even if you don't have a room with a private balcony, the views you get from the room windows are incredible," said Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel manager Tiana Shelton. "Our customer service level is what will set us apart from other properties. We will focus on trying to fulfill every guest request to make their stay personalized from the moment they check in."
In the true spirit of a boutique hotel, the Deadwood Mountain Grand resort has an aura all its own. Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel is defined as a boutique because it is a stand-alone hotel property, not part of a chain, smaller in size to others, but offering unique and upscale rooms, amenities and customized service.
Guests can linger and enjoy the views at the creek side lobby, enjoy an invigorating visit to the fitness center or choose from any of the unique and varied on-property outlets: the the AughtSix Grille, Slime Plant Bar and Lounge, Grand Rewards Casino, Bill's Backstage VIP Bar or The Company Store
retail and box office. Parking is easy and convenient with the on-site 250-car parking garage.
Hotel guests can also take advantage of free Wi-Fi, free valet service, banquet facilities, meeting spaces, a guest business center, ice and vending
on each floor, as well as the indoor pool and hot tub.
In addition to world-class concierge service, amenities that can be expected in every 'grand' room include: top-of-the-line coffee maker, a 37-inch flat
screen television, a mini refrigerator, a programmed telephone for one-touch service, an iPod docking alarm clock and radio, a writing desk and chair, 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, unique artwork, luggage bench, iron and ironing board, granite counter top bath vanity, Conair hair dryer, 100% cotton Dobby
bath towels, luxurious bath amenities, sliding glass door walk-in shower and complimentary waffle weave 100 % cotton white bath robes to enjoy as a guest.
The Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, part of the newly re-developed 1906 Homestake Mining Co. ore processing plant overlooking Historic Deadwood, will round out the Deadwood Mountain Grand Casino and Event Center, which opened in July, a $50 million project that has already made a significant impact on the area's economy and has greatly augmented local entertainment offerings.
In addition to the 98-room boutique hotel, the new resort boasts 210 state-of-the-art casino games and a 2,500-seat entertainment venue and event center.
Reservations can be made now for room stays beginning in April by visiting
www.deadwoodmountaingrand.com or call 877.907.4726.