Since opening in 1929, the Historic Hotel Nevada & Gambling hall has remained a landmark, both in Ely and the state of Nevada. Situated on the major eastern Nevada crossroads of Highway 50 and 93, this famous high desert hotel was once a favorite stopover for the rich and famous Hollywood elite as they traveled between California and Sun Valley, Idaho, and still remains a popular stopover for those traveling the Loneliest Road in America. A dozen or so rooms reflect the luxury and glamour of this byone era, while paying tribute to some of the hotel’s famous guests, like Charlie Rich, Jimmy Stewart, Wayne Newton, Ann Rutherford and more. Between the star powered history, and that historic, totally adorable burro mural on the outside of the building, let's just say that staying here is a Nevada rite of passage any serious road tripper needs to tick off the list.
Though hard to imagine, when the Hotel Nevada first opened it was the tallest building in Nevada, narrowly surpassing the former record holder—The Mizpah, in Tonopah. Today, this nearly 100 year old building towers above the main thoroughfare in town—a welcoming beacon for road weary travelers looking for a clean and cozy nights stay. Plus, Ely’s Hotel Nevada is still the tallest building in town, which means a nights stay is sure to deliver some of the best views in Ely. Situated on the west end of historic downtown Ely, making the Hotel Nevada your homebase means quick and easy access to shopping, restaurants, and drinking in some impressively intact retro neon after dark.
Featuring 64 recently renovated rooms and suites, Hotel Nevada is great for guests traveling in large groups. Choose from a standard room to celebrity guest-inspired suites, and don’t forget to take advantage of a full service bar, and Ely’s only 24-hour full service restaurant. On the casino floor, you’ll find an assortment of popular slot machines, Live Table Games including Black Jack and Texas Hold’em Poker, and Ely’s only Live Sports Book.
For more information on rates and how to book your stay at Ely’s Historic Hotel Nevada & Gambling Hall, dial the property directly at (775) 289-6665.