Nestled at the north end of Deadwood, The Lodge at Deadwood has become a sought out destination for those exploring the Black Hills.

The resort recently undertook renovations to create a new era for the lodge with the recent addition of the Executive Suite.

“Our Executive Suite provides a little bit of luxury right in the heart of the Black Hills,” said Patrick Sanders, director of sales and marketing.

The expansion stemmed from frequent full occupancy, says Sanders, but with the addition of 44 rooms and the Executive Suite, future and returning guests can experience the unique amenities the lodge has to offer.

“It gives an extra amenity and experience to offer people who’re wanting to take in the Black Hills for the first or fiftieth time,” shared Sanders. “It’s unique to the area and isn’t found anywhere else.”

“our renovation consisted of taking off the existing wing the suite is in and expanding straight out. we didn’t want to disrupt our day-to-day operations, so throughout the entire construction process we were still able to rent out our rooms.” -Patrick sanders

The long-awaited Executive Suite exudes a blend of sophistication, contemporary elegance, and subtle hints of rustic charm.

The color palette draws inspiration from the surrounding landscape, with earthy tones, light wood finishes, and gold accents.

Stretching over 2,000 square feet and two stories is a spacious living room, glass fireplace, master bedroom featuring a king size bed paired with a spa style bathroom, with a large soaking tub, walk-in shower, and an in-house kitchen.

Floor-to-ceiling windows encompass the main floor featuring a 300-degree panoramic view of Deadwood.

“The deck is also a show-stopper,” added Sanders.

The expansive private deck opens up to a full view of Deadwood Park and is equipped with a fireplace and an outdoor television.

“It’s the perfect spot for gathering with friends and family, having a fire, or sipping cocktails,” said Sanders. “It’s overall a beautiful experience.”


The Lodge at Deadwood offers a trolley service for guests itching to explore the Black Hills. The trolley transports guests to some of the most popular attractions in Deadwood.

+ The Adams Museum
+ Broken Boot Gold Mine
+ Historic Main Street
+ Mount Moriah Cemetery

According to Sanders, the Executive Suite is suitable for anything and everything. The Lodge at Deadwood as a whole welcomes anybody to enjoy the suite, from couples celebrating a wedding anniversary, to companies hosting a board mixer, to a bachelor party.

“It’s extremely dynamic in what it can host,” stated Sanders.

Other room options include standard double queens, queen deluxes, suites, standard king, and walk-out king rooms.

“The walk-out king rooms are also very unique to the Deadwood area,” said Sanders. “With those rooms, you’re able to pull your car right outside and have an outdoor entrance directly into your room.”

Sanders states that whether guests are coming in groups of five or 1,700, the lodge is prepared to cater to their needs.

The Lodge at Deadwood offers various meeting and event rooms such as boardrooms, small conference rooms, the Deadwood Grille, and the Pine Crest Ballroom.

Pine Crest Ballroom can be divided into two or four separate event spaces, equipped with automated screens, garage doors, and on-site catering.

“We’re open to everyone, and we’ll work hard to provide the best experience possible for them,” said Sanders.

Wherever guests stay at the resort, they’ll have access to the on-site casino, restaurants, and indoor Water Playland for the kids.

“The Water Playland is a dedicated area where families can enjoy themselves away from the hustle and bustle of the casino,” said Sanders.

Kids can sail the high seas on the pirate ship, slide ashore under the killer whale waterslide, or hop their way across the floating lily pads.

Adults can enjoy a friendly game of basketball on the indoor court or sit back and relax in the whirlpool.

“It’s nice to give kids an outlet to extend some of their energy so they’re not so taxing on their parents,” laughed Sanders.

The Lodge at Deadwood creates a memorable getaway for anyone looking to relax, recreate, or roam.

“We strive to provide an excellent dining experience from start to finish,” said Sanders. “Whether that’s when you pull into your free parking lot, to the casino, restaurants, front desk, or our gift shop, we provide an unforgettable stay whether you’re a regular or a first-time visitor.”

For more information, visit DEADWOODLODGE.COM+
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