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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 is a truly remarkable property. It’s a historic property that has been nicely maintained through its many years in business. Each room is decorated uniquely and comfortably. The staff is absolutely terrific and very accommodating. The saloon is a great place to spend...More
Had an excellent stay at the Overland Hotel & Saloon in Pioche. All rooms are up a steep flight of stairs, but if you can manage those the rest is well worth the going. We stayed in Room 17, ‘The Anasazi Dwelling’, and it lived...More
This is a quaint hotel in a very small town. The décor and period pieces in the room match with the hotel construction style of western small town hotel. We stayed in the Victorian Suite, which was a spacious room. The hotel, room, and...More
Terrific atmospheric stay in a lovely historic hotel full of character. Other reviews talk about the smell of cigarette smoke from the bar etc etc. All true...however it's terrific. If you like chain motels don't book. This has a lovely slightly gritty local feel to...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
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"Room 17 is upstairs, at the back (away from road), on the other end of the building from the saloon."