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Mizpah Hotel

Mizpah Hotel in TonopahMizpah Hotel in Tonopah

Overview

Built in 1907, the Mizpah Hotel was known to be called the “Grand Old Lady” for its elegant service, comfort, and amenities. Supported by 18 inches of solid granite walls, the five-story hotel was the tallest building in Nevada until 1929 and featured the first electric elevator west of the Mississippi. With its modern luxuries and charming opulence, the Mizpah Hotel was known throughout the United States and drew luminaries and notable clientele.

Through the shifting economic tides, the many hands of investors, and over a century of dramatic seasons in the high Nevada desert, the Mizpah Hotel is once again a place of timeless elegance, exceptional guest service, luxurious comfort and amenities. The Mizpah Hotel is an elegant retreat into Nevada’s past, to include a full service restaurant and upscale lobby bar.

Chosen by Nevada Magazine as the Best Hotel in Rural Nevada, the hotel is centrally located in the heart of Nevada on highway 95, halfway between Las Vegas and Reno, and within easy walking distance to the award-winning Tonopah Historic Mining Park and the Tonopah Convention Center.

“Mizpah” is a biblical reference meaning ‘to come back together with those you love.’

Original Property Opened: 1907

Contact Information:
100 Main Street
Tonopah, Nevada
89049

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

Turn of the Century, 1896 ~ 1913

Built in 1907, the Mizpah Hotel was known to be called the “Grand Old Lady” for its elegant service, comfort, and amenities. Supported by 18 inches of solid granite walls, the five-story hotel was the tallest building in Nevada until 1929 and featured the first electric elevator west of the Mississippi.

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