Hoover Dam Lodge

Hoover Dam Lodge Hotel and casino is built near Boulder City, Nevada. It was called Gold Strike for the first time until June 16, 1998, when it was damaged accidentally by fire. After the fire outbreak, they changed their name to Hacienda Hotel & Casino reopening the following year. It was in January 2015 that it took its present name, “Hoover Dam Hotel.” Nevada Restaurant Services are the ones that operate and manage Hoover Dam Hotel.

It is located in private land near Lake Mead National Recreation center three miles from Hoover Dam. The Hoover Dam Lodge and Casino are built to contain 21,000 square feet of gaming, which includes a race and sportsbook, 390 slots as well as 12 live gaming tables featuring Roulette, Craps, Blackjack, and 3 Card Poker. The 288-room in the Lodge hotel spans 15 floors. It features an outdoor pool and spa where you can stay and view the mountains surrounding the area, a 24/7 arcade, general store, three restaurants, workout facilities, mining experience, three bar/lounges. It also has meeting spaces that can accommodate not more than 200 people.

Hoover Dam Lodge is just a 10-minute drive to popular sites such as Hoover Dam and Boulder City Hoover Dam Museum. This 288-room, the 3.5-star hotel contains two restaurants and also has conveniences like an outdoor pool and a casino.

Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is a gigantic dam located on the Nevada-Arizona border of Boulder City, about 30 miles from Las Vegas, and one of the most visited tourist attractions outside Las Vegas. The plant, which produces 4.2 billion kwh of power distributed between the states of Nevada (25%), Arizona (19%) and California (56%), was built in just 5 years – between 1931 and 1936 – and at the time was the largest dam in history and a challenge lord for engineers. Hoover Dam has been a major development for the state of Nevada and is largely responsible for accessing Las Vegas as a tourist destination.

The dam was built during the Great Depression and its original name was Boulder Dam. When it was finalized, it was to be a tribute to former US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1933-1945). Controversially, however, it was named after President Hoover, Roosevelt’s predecessor.

During its construction 112 people died. The dam produces power for public and private use in the states of Nevada (25%), Arizona (19%) and California (56%).

More than 1 million tourists visit the dam every year (consider who paid to enter the Visitor Center or did any tours) and several million more enter the complex.

The movies Superman (1978), In the Wild (2007), Transformers (2007), Earthquake: The San Andreas Fault (2015), among others have scenes shot at Hoover Dam.

Dining in Hoover Dam Lodge

Hoover Dam Lodge offers you dining at one of the two onsite restaurants, including Café, which are specialized in American cooking. Entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café and a meal from the comfort of your room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available, but it’s not for free, you will have to pay for them.

All the 288 rooms (air-conditioned) in Hoover Dam Lodge provide refrigerators, microwaves, and MP3 docks. There is also flat-screen with cable channels where guests can stay connected with free Wi-Fi. The bathrooms in the hotel have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Coffee makers, free bottled water, free calls, a spa tub, free Wi-Fi in public areas are other standard amenities made available. Visitors to Hoover Dam Lodge enjoys an outdoor pool, 24/7 fitness center, and also a casino. You will also take advantage of free parking if you drive. There is also a 24-hour front desk where a staff stands-by helping visitors with tickets and tours, and answer all the questions about the accommodations.