“Nevada's Oldest Ghost Town Hotel!”
Located just a mile from Virginia City on the Historic Comstock Lode, the Gold Hill Hotel, first opened in 1861, is Nevada's oldest hotel. Our saloon is a pure Wild West treat and The Crown Point Restaurant is noted throughout Nevada for fresh, robust and flavorful fare. This Nevada Ghost Town is a fascinating destination and a perfect addition to any trip to Reno, Lake Tahoe or Virginia City. The hotel is quaint, beautiful and reminiscent of what old town living was like back in the 1850's. The old artifacts combined with the lush living inside the hotel tells of a bygone era, yet comfortable living. The proprietors are wonderful people, probably the most accommodating I have ever found in Nevada. All of the staff will go out of their way to assist you with anything you need. The rooms are gorgeously decorated, clean and comfortable. But don't be fooled by the elegance of this hotel, for behind these walls lurks ghostly energy that presents itself frequently to guests and staff. Read below about all the experiences that took place while we stayed at the hotel.
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