Martin Mason Hotel is a beautifully restored  Victorian hotel
​set in the heart of historic Deadwood South Dakota.

Take a step back into time to the 1890’s in Deadwood’s favorite boutique hotel completely furnished with antique and period decor. Historically restored to its 1893 splendor, experience the way Deadwood was in it’s most infamous era. Located in the center of downtown, the Martin Mason Hotel is only steps from everything Deadwood has to offer from the best gaming and dining to worldclass entertainment venues.

The Martin and Mason Hotel is located in the former railroad district one block from the center of downtown and steps away from Deadwood’s Main Street. Our central location makes it possible for you to experience everything Deadwood has to offer within easy walking distance. Be sure to call us for the best rates and to book a room in advance for Deadwood’s many events because we fill up fast! Rooms from $99.

The Martin & Mason Hotel’s five hotel rooms and three suites are each decorated in Victorian decor and period antiques. The hotel is perfectly suited for private parties and small groups. We’ve developed a reputation for offering guests an authentically historic venue to showcase their events in our 1898 Olympic Ballroom, decorated with Victorian era antiques and lighting. We can accommodate 200 people for appetizers, wine and beer, or 170 for a seated dinner. The reception room, ballroom and meeting rooms provide a perfect venue for any special event and we have hosted many weddings, meetings, receptions, inaugural balls and historic workshops in these beautiful rooms.
​There is simply nothing else in Deadwood like our restored historic ballroom.​

Deadwood is located only twelve miles off of I-90 and is centrally located to National parks and monuments such as Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Badlands National Park, and Devils Tower. As your base in the Black Hills, Deadwood is only minutes away from everything the Northern Black Hills has to offer from scenic drives in Spearfish Canyon, to hiking, fishing, ATV, and snowmobile adventures. As an endpoint on the 109 mile Mickelson Trail, a former railway converted to a bike path, you can bike through some of the most scenic nature of the Black Hills National Forest.