Discover historic Eureka from a place that’s been part of it all since the very beginning at the Colonnade Hotel. Situated a block from Eureka’s downtown historic district, reserve your spot at this Uncommon Overnighter, which was originally built in 1880 during the height of Eureka’s legendary gold and silver bonanza. The historic Colonnade Hotel thrived throughout Eureka’s many mining booms and busts—after all, Eureka County still beholds some of Nevada’s most profitable gold and silver mines to this day—and was eventually converted into a private residence in 1999.
Today, the Colonnade Hotel property owners live within this historic hotel, and invite anyone road tripping the Loneliest Road in America to settle into comfortably appointed rooms at one of the finest places to stay in Eureka, NV. The newly renovated guest space accommodates two people with a sleeper sofa for families traveling with children, along with a full kitchen stocked with everything you’d need to prepare a full meal, a washer/dryer, and a spacious bathroom with double sinks. Guests can take advantage of USB ports next to the bed and desk, along with a new bluetooth sound system. Outside, guests can savor a glass of wine in the backyard, which overlooks a firepit and garden. The property is also equipped with RV Parking with 20 and 30 amp electric hookups. No pets allowed.
The Colonnade Hotel is centrally located in historic downtown Eureka, within walking distance to all the best shops, restaurants, and museums. Best yet, your hosts are happy to share expert local knowledge of the central Nevada region, including some of the best historic sites, hot springs, and restaurants to check out while you’re in town.
The Colonnade Hotel is open and welcomes guests year round.
Ready to book this thing? For the most current info on rates and booking, get in touch with property owners via their Facebook page, or book directly on Airbnb.