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Tonopah Collection – Mizpah Hotel

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Tonopah Collection – Mizpah Hotel

The Tonopah Collection by Hay Creek Hotels consists of two boutique hotels and two full service restaurants all within walking distance in the iconic small town of Tonopah, Nevada – The Belvada Hotel & Belvada Cafe, The Mizpah Hotel & Pittman Restaurant, and Tonopah Brewing Company.

Dating from 1907, this upscale, Old West–style hotel on the town’s main thoroughfare is a 2-minute walk from Tonopah Historic Mining Park and a mile from the Central Nevada Museum.

Elegant rooms with turn-of-the-century decor feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as en suite bathrooms with claw-foot tubs. Suites add unique antique furnishings; some offer themes and street views.

A cozy restaurant offers an elegant event room. There’s also a mahogany-lined lounge featuring velvet furnishings and stained glass windows. An adjacent saloon-style club has slot machines and a bar.

Location highlights:

A spirit of discovery runs deep in Nevada. Across the state’s adventure-packed northwest, to the metropolitan desert of Las Vegas, unlimited experiences are waiting for you to discover, explore and conquer. Whether it’s traversing vast expanses of wide-open spaces or joining in something a little more communal like music and art festivals, Nevada’s landscape and culture are tailor-made for cowboys, visionaries, dreamers and doers.

When you enter the rural desert town of Tonopah, halfway between Vegas and Reno, finding a place for the night is an adventure in itself. One option is the elegant Mizpah Hotel, known for its 5th-floor resident ghost, Lady in Red. Alternatively, grab your tent and set up camp in the nearby Table Mountain Wilderness.

Tonopah is also home to Nevada’s only turquoise mine that’s open to the public. Those willing to get their hands dirty can have a dig and find great items to take home.

Road Tripping

Road trips are the heart of the Nevada experience. Drive along U.S. Highway 50 (known as the Loneliest Road in America) to pass over awe-inspiring mountain ranges while taking in spectacular sights, including Great Basin National Park. Make sure to stop by historic mining towns and the ruins of Fort Churchill. Find water activities at Lake Lahontan, Lake Tahoe and Pyramid Lake. On your way to Las Vegas, take U.S. Highway 95 South and stay the night in Tonopah, known for having some of the darkest night skies in the USA. For classic roadside photo opportunities, visit the International Car Forest in Goldfield then travel down to Rhyolite, which is just outside the city of Beatty. For an extraterrestrial quest, take a detour on State Route 375 and visit the Little A’Le’Inn, where all creatures are welcomed.

From canyons to entertainment, it’s a sure thing!

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