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Spent 2 nights in September. Wanted to stay in a small boutique hotel. Had lots of charm and ambience. We paid higher rate because of event in town. Have seen it online for 119. Chose to stay in Deadwood to visit Mt. Rushmore. About a...More
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Response from MartinMasonHotel, Owner at Martin Mason HotelResponded November 12, 2017
Thank you for choosing the Martin & Mason Hotel for your stay in the Black Hills! You are exactly the kind of traveler we love to have in our hotel. If you're in a historic town....why not stay in a comfortable historic hotel? We appreciate...More
Was my least favorite of all the places stayed this week in SD, expensive for what you get. Double the price of other hotels we stayed at but fun to imagine this place "back in the day" so the historic factor was nice. We had...More
Response from MartinMasonHotel, Owner at Martin Mason HotelResponded October 26, 2017
Thanks for the review but I was a bit mystified by the reference to no amenities. I would love to know what you are referring to because you didn't specify anything. I wish you would have talked to me during your stay here. As far...More
We were a little skeptical when we made reservations but we couldn't have been more pleased with our choice! Very quaint, very friendly, very comfortable!! Not your average hotel stay and so glad it wasn't!!
Response from MartinMasonHotel, Owner at Martin Mason HotelResponded October 28, 2017
Thank you for your wonderful review! We have tried hard to not be "your average hotel" and hearing from savvy travelers who enjoyed what we offer makes our efforts worthwhile! We hope to see you here again sometime!
This is an old building and although the entrance is unpromising with the ubiquitous fruit machines, the rooms upstairs are beautiful; all decorated in Victorian style, but with (mostly) all mod cons. We had a superb room with an enormous bath/shower room, but our son...More
If you're looking for atmosphere, this is your place. The rooms are well-appointed and luxuriously decorated. But don't look too closely. There are cracks in the porcelain in tubs and sinks. The scones put out for breakfast were burned. That said, it was an interesting,...More