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We stayed here for one night on a road trip around Nevada and what a great little place. This is an older property (built in 1940's) but that is what we like -- older properties with lots of character, and this place has it! all...More
The Overland hotel is without question, "The Place" to stay when visiting this town. It is clean, well managed and has all you need for a fun stay. The saloon is fun and complete with slots and great service, the rooms are very tastefully done...More
What a cool old mining town! We landed here because of snow and didn't really plan on it, but it ended up being our favorite place to stay! The rooms were so neat and each had their own personality. A lot of space. It was...More
Our room was clean, well decorated, and comfortable. Older properties can be a mixed bag, but this one was nice to stay in. There was a fridge and coffee-maker. The staff that we met were all very pleasant. We would definitely stay here again when...More
My wife and I were on a two day fishing trip to Echo Canyon and stayed the night at the Overland. We knew nothing of the previous history of the town of Pioche or the hotel. We stayed in room 25 the Victorian suite. The...More
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The Overland did not have a restaurant on site...just the old saloon and maybe some bar snacks, and the only restaurant in town was across the spectacular...Don't let this scare you..My wife and I went to Pioche for its... More
The Overland did not have a restaurant on site...just the old saloon and maybe some bar snacks, and the only restaurant in town was across the spectacular...Don't let this scare you..My wife and I went to Pioche for its history and had a great time rubbing and bending elbows with some locals, AND, since I was also playing the slots a bit, the beers were on the house