Adoba Hotel (now The RushmoreHotel)
The Rushmore Hotel & Suites is Rapid City’s Premier Downtown Hotel Destination. Our newly renovated guestrooms, locally inspired foods, sustainable initiatives, value added complimentary services, and most importantly outstanding customer service makes the Rushmore Hotel the place to stay in the Black Hills. A Hotel with a kinship to the land, the history, and its people. The former Adoba Eco Hotel, has become “The Rushmore Hotel & Suites” in mid-March of 2016 and is a part of the independent boutique hotels of the world.
Directions: On the corner of Main St and Mt Rushmore Road
Best Western Black Hills Lodge
540 East Jackson Blvd.
Spearfish, SD 57783
The BEST WESTERN Black Hills Lodge is located near downtown Spearfish, and is conveniently set directly between Mt. Rushmore and Devil's Tower. Even closer, approximately 15 minutes from Sturgis, Home of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, and approximately ten minutes from downtown Deadwood, home of the Wild West Lore, and many options for gaming saloons.
Directions: Just adjacent to I-90 Exit 12
Calamity Peak Lodge
12557 US Highway 16A
Custer, SD 57730
P.O. Box 61
Calamity Peak Lodge is an outstanding lodging bargain. We have modern, very clean 1 & 2 bed units, including some with additional sofa beds and most with kitchens--all at very reasonable rates.
Directions: Hwy 16A, east of Custer, just west of Stockade Lake
Lodestone Motel & Cabins
Our log cabins and modern motel rooms are clean ,comfortable and well stocked with the things needed for a nice stay. Our back yard is with a trout stream and gazebo, giving a quiet place to sit back and unwind after a day of sightseeing
Directions: Located on Spring Creek just 1 mile NE of Hill City,SD
Mountain View Lodge & Cabins
Beautiful mountain views, each cabin with private deck with gas grill, patio furniture, and fire pit for camp fires. Cabins are modern with all linens provided, and include air conditioning/heat! Maid service available upon request! Relax and enjoy!
Directions: Hwy 16 South from the Junction of Hwy 16 and Hwy 385