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The National Exchange Hotel, Nevada City


Credit: The National Exchange Hotel

Built in 1856 in what was to become the most sophisticated of the gold rush mining camps, the National Exchange Hotel is a treasured piece of Nevada City history. 

A New Chapter

In 1973, The hotel was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Built to last, this elegant lady had nevertheless begun to look a little rough around the edges. The hotel was saved from the growing threat of condemnation in 2018 with a full-scale renovation and restoration. Over the next three years, local architects, designers and craftspeople worked to preserve the charm and history of this treasured property while revitalizing it into the modern day – taking great care to pay respects to the heart and soul of the original building.

Credit: Kat Alves
Credit: Kat Alves

The National Exchange Hotel has now graduated to a new level of luxury, beautifully modernized, revived and renewed for today’s explorers, romantics, and adventurers.

Come be apart of history

Credit: Kat Alves

Custom turned bar stools by StyleNations awaits you at the new National Bar where you can get an abundance of beers, wine, classic and craft cocktails – with a small menu of shareable snacks, small bites and sweet treats.

The Rooms

An indulgence of luxury awaits. The spirit of this unique building shines through in each of the 38 rooms. Each chamber like no other, yet all with a fresh take on Victorian elegance and your comfort in mind.

Credit: Kat Alves

A timeless approach to the opulent styles of the Victorian era while embracing the building’s historic past, each room tells its own unique story.

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