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Boulder Dam Restaurant


Cleveland's Lounge

"Historic charm and modern comforts in the heart of town."

Built in 1933 to accommodate visitors to the construction of Hoover Dam (then called Boulder Dam), the tidy, boutique-style, Boulder Dam Hotel occupies both the physical and the cultural heart of Boulder City.  It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it is home to the Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum.


Guest Rooms

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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. with one queen bed

- King Room:  approx. 310 sq. ft. with one king bed

- King Suite:  approx. 420 sq. ft. with one king bed, living space, and kitchenette with a coffee pot, sink, fridge, and microwave

King Suite


Most Popular

Free High Speed WiFi

Free Parking

Free Hoover Dam



~~ In the Hotel ~~

~~ Around Town ~~


Take our self-guided, audio walking tour of Boulder City's historic district.  The tour includes 11 stops around a one mile loop that starts and ends at the Boulder Dam Hotel.  Discover the remarkable story of Alabam and of all the men and women who designed and built Hoover Dam, and who established Boulder City.  


~~ Also Along the WALKBC Route ~~

Be sure to venture out into our vast natural surroundings to tour Hoover Dam, absorb the vista from 890 feet above the Colorado River on the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, drop in on the bighorn sheep in Hemenway Park, or take a drive along scenic Lakeshore Road to the stunning Valley of Fire. 


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