Welcome to the Historic Boulder Dam Hotel
"The perfect blend of historic charm with modern comforts." RoadRunner Magazine
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. This tidy, boutique-style hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and houses the Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum.
Top-rated, semi-firm, pressure relieving mattresses; Green Suite eco-safe amenities; a Ubiquity Unify wireless network; and thorough, electrostatic room sanitizing procedures combine to create a healthy, comfortable stay.
In the Heart of Town
Boulder Dam Hotel occupies the physical and cultural heart of Boulder City, a beautiful, vibrant small town with great independently owned restaurants, specialty shopping, interesting artwork, a brew pub, a wine cellar, and so much more.
All guest rooms and common areas have access to free high-speed wireless internet. Coffee and tea are provided each morning and evening from 6:00 to 10:00 in the guest center. We offer three room types:
Queen Room: approx. 210 sq. ft. w/one queen bed
King Room: approx. 310 sq. ft. w/one king bed
Suite: approx. 420 sq. ft.w/one king bed, living space, and kitchenette
Breakfast & Lunch
Free Hoover Dam
Taking Safety Measures
Inside the Boulder Dam Hotel
Within One Block of the Hotel
Gourmet Burgers and Craft Beers
Wines and Mediterranean Fare
Casual Eats and Cocktail Bar
Breakfast & Lunch Diner
Peets Coffee & Baked Goods
Mexican Fare & Bar
Fascinating History - Outdoor Adventures - Great Dining & Pubs
Let our friendly, knowledgeable staff guide your exploration of Boulder City's remarkable history and its amazing outdoor adventures. Try our self guided, audio walking tour of Boulder City's Historic District, then venture out into our vast natural surroundings for a walk along the Historic Railroad Tunnel Trail, a bike ride on the River Mountains Loop Trail, a thrilling descent down Black Mountain on the Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon zip line, an invigorating ride through railroad pass with RailExplorers, or enjoy the clear waters of Lake Mead and the Colorado River with the help of one of Boulder City's excellent outfitters. Boulder City also has wonderful, independently-owned restaurants and an interesting historic district lined with fascinating artwork and specialty shops.