Hotels in Rapid City

Located on the foothills of the Black Hills National Forest, Rapid City exudes plenty of outdoor adventure. Hotel guests find delicious restaurants and bars downtown.

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Rapid City, SD, US
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1314 N. Elk Vale Road Rapid City, South Dakota 57703
6.7 km from destination
581 Watiki Way Box Elder, South Dakota 57719
7.0 km from destination
Brand new; located in Rapid City near the Black Hills & Mt. Rushmore
580 WaTiki Way Box Elder, South Dakota 57719
7.1 km from destination
Our new Rapid City hotel offers exceptional amenities, a great location and exemplary event space.
322 Main Street Deadwood, South Dakota 57732
51.6 km from destination
575 Main Street Deadwood, South Dakota 57732
51.6 km from destination
Hotel opening in
2720 1st Avenue East Spearfish, South Dakota 57783
64.2 km from destination

Rapid City

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Located in the Black Hills and Badlands region of South Dakota, Rapid City is the perfect destination for western adventures. Conveniently located near the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Crazy Horse Memorial and the Black Hills National Forest, a Rapid City hotel room provides you with the ideal South Dakota starting point.

History buffs will want to see the Native American displays and exhibits at Journey Museum, while the (admission-free) South Dakota Air and Space Museum showcases impressive aircraft. Kids and adults alike will love Reptile Gardens, with enough alligators, snakes, and lizards to please any amateur herpetologist. Another fun kid-friendly attraction in Rapid City is Storybrook Island. Opened only during the summer months, Storybrook Island is a free theme park for kids.

Take the Rapid Ride public transit system to any of these attractions from your Rapid City accommodations, and to many of the shops and restaurants in the area. Check out Prairie Edge Trading Company for unique, homemade items with western style. After a long day of sightseeing, enjoy some of the local nightlife before heading back to your hotel room.

Rapid City is also within miles of the town of Deadwood, one of America's most famous Old West settlements and the inspiration for the HBO television show of the same name. Deadwood was the temporary home of Wild Bill Hickock, and its Mount Moriah Cemetery is the final resting place of Hickock and his compatriot, Calamity Jane.