The Goldfield Hotel is an historic four-story building located at the southeast corner of Crook Avenue (U.S. 95) and Columbia Avenue in Goldfield, Esmeralda County, Nevada. Designed in the Classical Revival style of architecture by Reno architects Morrill J. Curtis (1848–1921) and George E. Holesworth (born 1854) of the firm of Curtis and Morrill, it was built between 1907 and 1908 on the site of two earlier hotels of the same name which had burnt down. Built in a U-shape in order to ensure outside windows for each guest room, the building has its west or main facade extending 180 feet (54.9 m) along Columbia Street with the north wing fronting 100 feet (30.5 m) on Crook Avenue and the south wing fronting 100 feet (30.5 m) along an alleyway. The ground floor exterior facades were built of grey granite stones from Rocklin, California while the interior first floor facade and all upper story facades were built of redbrick. The top floor exterior facades were crowned with a white cornice. On March 4, 1981, it was added to the Nevada State Register of Historic Places. It is a contributing property in the Goldfield Historic District, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 14, 1982.To visit Goldfield Hotel on your holiday in Goldfield, and find out what else Goldfield has to offer, use our Goldfield.
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Stopped int Goldfield to see several attractions in the town. The Goldfield hotel is one of the biggest buildings in Goldfield and considering its age, in great shape compared to a lot others. They... more »
Amazing place we were there on Christmas Eve and I wanted to take a tour so badd I happen to notice someone walking in the building she let me in and let me take pictures I am definitely coming back..... more »
You can't go inside at all, but the owner is trying to restore it and open it back up. You can leave your contact info box near door for updates. That said, this place looks awesome. We loved viewing it from the outside. It's a wonderful historic building. All of Goldfield is full of cool, historic buildings. If you're driving through on US 95, stop and check this place out, even if it's only for a minute.
A must place to visit for any fan of the movie Vanishing Point (1971). This hotel was home to the radio station where the blind DJ Super Soul was sending hidden messages to Kowolski. It's good to see that not much has changed to it in nearly 50 years since the filming of the movie.
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