A great place to slow down, relax and enjoy the spectacular outdoor recreation and vibrant arts and culture scene Ely has to offer, the Bristlecone Motel makes for a satisfying overnight accommodation. Inspired by the ancient Bristlecone Tree—the oldest known living tree on earth—can be found an hour from Ely at Great Basin National Park. In fact, the study concluding that these are in fact the oldest living trees, was conducted at this National Park. Situated just beyond Ely’s historic downtown area, the Bristlecone Motel is proud to offer a spacious, clean and safe overnight stay 31 tastefully decorated and recently remodeled rooms. That, and the magnificent views of the Schell Creek Mountain Range to the east and Egan Mountain Range to the southwest makes for some beautiful surroundings. Amenities include in-room coffee, free cable, and designated pet rooms for guests traveling with four legged companions. Best yet, the entire property is 100% non-smoking.
Though just outside the downtown district, the Bristlecone Motel is within walking distance of the downtown and in close proximity to great restaurants, shopping, and museums. A great steakhouse is located directly across the street, the East Ely Railroad Depot Museum is just down the street, and a grocery store is located within a few blocks for those looking to restock their road trip cooler.
Customer satisfaction is important to the folks at Ely’s Bristlecone Motel, aiming to ensure each and every overnight guest is pleased with their experience. That’s why they’ve earned TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence awards for 2013, 2014, 2016 & 2017. For more information on rates and how to book your stay at the Bristlecone Motel, dial the property directly at (775) 289-8838 or click here.