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Historic Franklin Hotel

Celebrities love Deadwood, and when they come to town, they love to stay at the Historic Franklin Hotel. Since 1902, we’ve accommodated U.S. Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft, notable movie stars John Wayne and Kevin Costner, and more recently, country music sensations Big & Rich. BOOK NOW

Historic Franklin Hotel

Our guests enter through the recently restored lobby with high ornate ceilings and vintage furnishings. The elevator will take you up to one of our spacious rooms, all of which are adorned with authentic time-period furniture to enhance the luxurious, historic atmosphere. BOOK NOW

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Historic Franklin Hotel

You also can choose to stay in one of our several suites, each exhibiting a unique theme. Make sure to call ahead of time, as our suites are very popular and vacancies fill quickly. Once here, you’ll know you made the right choice.
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Historic Franklin Hotel

You can play the best tables even before you check in at the Franklin Hotel.
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Historic Franklin Hotel

You also can choose to stay in one of our several suites, each exhibiting a unique theme. Make sure to call ahead of time, as our suites are very popular and vacancies fill quickly. Once here, you’ll know you made the right choice.
BOOK NOW

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Historic Franklin Hotel

You also can choose to stay in one of our several suites, each exhibiting a unique theme. Make sure to call ahead of time, as our suites are very popular and vacancies fill quickly. Once here, you’ll know you made the right choice.

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Deadwood Hotel: Where History Still Happens PDF Print E-mail

The Historic Franklin Hotel has been greeting guests of distinction for well over a century. When former President Theodore Roosevelt returned to Deadwood to visit his old friend Seth Bullock, he chose the Franklin Hotel for his stay. Why? Because T.R. had character and so does this exceptional place.

Today’s guests of the Historic Franklin Hotel immerse themselves in a worldly charm that astounded visitors when the hotel first opened in 1903. Now it’s your turn. 

Explore one of Deadwood’s true historical treasures. Stay in one of the Black Hills’ most enduring symbols of an era fueled by gold, grit and guns. Play in a star of the West that still twinkles with excitement and fun.

At the Silverado’s Historic Franklin Hotel, history still happens. Will you be the one making it? Bully, if you do.

 
Deadwood Legends Steakhouse at the Franklin Hotel