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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.  In addition to its 21 individually appointed guest rooms, the hotel houses the Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum -- telling the story of the men and women who braved the desolation of the southern Nevada desert to build Hoover Dam and establish Boulder City.

National Register of Historic Places

"The perfect blend of historic charm and modern comforts."
Roadrunner Magazine


Guest Rooms

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

Unifi Wifi

All guest rooms and common areas have access to free high-speed wireless internet. 

Colorado River Roasters Coffee

Coffee and tea are provided each morning and evening from 5:00 to 10:00 in the guest center. 

Fresh Air

Clean Room Air:  We utilize a roof-mounted circulating system that continuously exchanges the air in our guest rooms.

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.


Eating and Drinking 

Along the route, and within a block-and-a-half of the Boulder Dam Hotel, are 12 independently-owned eating and drinking establishments, each offering a unique and fun experience.

Shopping and Art

The WALKBC route is lined with creative speciality and antique shops, plus several murals and sculptures that combine to make an intriguing, pleasant stroll.

WALKBC is sponsored by the

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power


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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