The historic Boulder Dam Hotel Bed & Breakfast is a charming, unique, Dutch Colonial-style hotel built in 1933 to accommodate visiting government and corporate project managers supervising the building of Hoover Dam. The hotel quickly gained a world wide reputation from a steady flow of dignitaries and celebrities and was named to the National Register of Historic Places on August 19, 1982.
Unlike Las Vegas where older hotels are demolished for entertainment, citizens of Boulder City have spent over 8 years in the renovation and restoration of the "grand dame." The Boulder Dam Hotel Bed & Breakfast offers 22 newly-remodeled rooms and suites with modern amenities including private voice mail and separate phone jacks for internet connectivity.
Included with your stay is a full breakfast in the Boulder Dam Cafe & Bakery, which is located inside the Hotel, an evening wine and cheese repast, fruit and fresh-baked cookies, and free admission to the Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum. Guests also have free use of the gym, located in Hotel Plaza