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The Gold Hill Hotel is a picturesque country inn located in Gold Hill, Nevada, one mile south of Virginia City in the Comstock Historic District. It is the oldest hotel in Nevada and offers guest facilities in the original 1861 stone structure, a 1987 addition, and several separate historic buildings. Each room features a private bath and is uniquely decorated in period style with antiques and reproductions. The Crown Point Restaurant offers fine dining, and the Gold Hill Saloon provides guests with a rustic environment to relax and unwind. Called "Mark Twain's favorite bar" since his time in Gold Hill back in 1862, come back in time and enjoy your favorite libation in our historic bar.
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Opened in 1861, the Gold Hill Hotel is Nevada's oldest. Matthew Wilson and his partner Patrick McNamee bought the hotel, bar and restaurant from the Comstock Mining Co. in 2017.
They have done a great job of ensuring the operation will continue at a higher...More
My sister's and I had a girl's weekend at the Gold Hill Hotel. We stayed in the Miner's Cabin which had a unique layout inside. The south section had high ceilings and the north low ceilings. You could tell it was old! It was just...More
Virginia City is a historic town. You step back into the 1860s. This hotel was there and had famous guests like Mark Twain who used to frequent it’s saloon. It has been adequately renovated over the years to provide basic comforts - eg a good...More
The Gold Hill is a quaint little piece of history and love the ghost stories. We had a blast on a girls trip and this place was so much fun. Good price for room, staff was friendly and food down in Crown Point was good...More
This hotel has a lot of character, including rumors that some rooms are haunted. As an old hotel, it doesn't have elevators, but they have built "bridges" from the driveway to the upper floors to make it easier to bring in the luggage. Our room...More