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We were in town for golfing at the county course and stopped in to see the place. The bartender could not have been nicer talking to us. We will stay here for sure on our next trip to golf. The bar is clean and has...More
Absolutely love this hotel and town everyone was so friendly.
Stayed in room 10 the side with the ghost (2beds), nothing happened. The beds was the best in the west so plump and room was decorated nice ,plain and simple.
the wall air conditiiner didn't...More
We weren’t quite sure whether to be relieved or disappointed at our spook-free night in the supposedly haunted Overland Hotel. It might have been quite exciting to hear a few ghostly noises but in fact we slept peacefully through the night in our extremely comfortable...More
If you're looking for a quiet place to relax, The Overland is it. The beds were super comfortable, plenty of towels and cable TV. Don't plan on doing any work, the WI-FI IS INCREDIBLY bad. We didn't care much about that. The staff were very...More
Stayed for one night during our Hwy 50 drive. Our room was fine - the Anasazi - at the rear of the hotel. There was no problem with smoke or noise, although we were staying out of season. Ditto everyone else about the steep steps,...More
The Overland did not have a restaurant on site...just the old saloon and maybe some bar snacks, and the only restaurant in town was across the spectacular...Don't let this scare you..My wife and I went to Pioche for its... More
The Overland did not have a restaurant on site...just the old saloon and maybe some bar snacks, and the only restaurant in town was across the spectacular...Don't let this scare you..My wife and I went to Pioche for its history and had a great time rubbing and bending elbows with some locals, AND, since I was also playing the slots a bit, the beers were on the house