Welcome to the historic Boulder Dam Hotel
Free cooked-to-order breakfast, free high-speed WiFi, and free admission to the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum.
Built in 1933 to accommodate visitors to the construction of Hoover Dam (then called Boulder Dam), the historic Boulder Dam Hotel preserves the classic style of the era while providing the comforts and amenities today's travelers expect.
Located in the center of Boulder City, this tidy, boutique-style hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been rated by TripAdvisor as the top accommodation in Boulder City for eight consecutive years.
Savor a complimentary, cooked-to-order breakfast in our restaurant, one of Boulder City's most popular. Breakfast is served 6:30 until 10:30 each morning. Selections include omelets, eggs your way with bacon or sausage and potatoes, breakfast sandwich (pictured), fluffy buttermilk pancakes, French toast and more. Yum! View menu.
Photo courtesy of Sydney Martinez/Travel Nevada
Downtown Boulder City was constructed in the early 1930s to accommodate the workers building Hoover Dam (then called Boulder Dam). Decades later, the early buildings and their architectural style remain. Boulder City's Historic District holds over 400 vintage structures, including the Boulder Dam Hotel, which is recognized as a landmark by itself. Boulder City's Historic District is full of shops, restaurants, and galleries, making it a great place to spend some time browsing. Large parks are just a block or two away, giving people the chance to rest in the shade. One thing you won't find in Boulder City: slot machines. The city has never allowed gaming, and is one of only two Nevada cities that do not have gambling. -- USA Today's 10 Best