Bullock Hotel

633 Main Street – (800) 336-1876

The Bullock Hotel was named for Seth Bullock, the first sheriff of Deadwood. On the site of Bullock’s hardware store, which burned down in 1894, Bullock built a 63-room hotel in 1895. The Bullock later renovated to include a casino when Deadwood legalized gambling in 1989. This brought the room total down to 28. The first floor includes a casino, bar and restaurant. The second and third floors remain a hotel.

Bullock Casino offerings

Most casino games at Bullock Hotel are penny slots. There are a few old reels like Top Dollar that operate with coins. These use the $1 denomination. The machine dispenses Deadwood $1 tokens that may be redeemed at the cashier cage.

In addition to various penny slot machines the Bullock Hotel offers Game King video poker machines. The denominations are penny, nickel and quarter.

The pay tables are the same on all denominations. The video poker payouts are about average for Deadwood. The best game is 6/5 Bonus Poker (96.87%). Other games include 7/5 Jacks or Better (96.14%), 9/6/4 Double Bonus (96.37%), 7/5 Double Double Bonus (95.71%), 10/8 Deuces Wild (95.96%) and 15/7/5 Joker Poker (96.74%). There are no players club or promotions available for playing video poker or slots at Bullock Hotel.

There are two Shuffle Master video blackjack machines at the Bullock Hotel. One is at the rear of the casino. The other is across from the bar.

Each of these video blackjack games have the same rules. The bet limits are $1 to $99. There is a Royal Match side bet for $1.  Players may double down on any two cards before and after splitting. Surrender is also available. The dealer hits soft 17.

Historic Bullock Hotel

The 28-room hotel offers one queen, one king, two queens, one full and a Jacuzzi king suite room. Amenities include free wireless internet, fitness room and two free bottles of water. Rollaway beds are available for an additional $10-20 per night in deluxe rooms, the standard two queen room and the suite.

All rooms are non-smoking and include hair dryers, a flat screen TV and single cup coffee pot. Deluxe rooms offer additional square footage with the deluxe double queen including a second bathroom vanity. The King Suite features a jetted bathtub, separate shower, wet bar, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, seating area and a view of Main Street. 

Starting Off-Peak Rates Starting Peak Rates

Room Type


Weekend Weeknight


Standard Full


$79 $169


Standard Queen


$89 $179


Standard King


$99 $189


Standard Two Queen

$79 $109 $199


Deluxe Single Queen

$69 $99 $189


Deluxe Double Queen

$89 $119 $209


King Suite

$129 $149 $249


Bully’s Restaurant

Located inside the Bullock Hotel, Bully’s currently offers breakfast and lunch. The restaurant is open from 7am-11am Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and 7am to 12pm on Saturday and Sunday. It is closed on Monday and Tuesday.