Mount Rushmore and Devils Tower are just a short drive away from our Hulett hotel, but there’s more to this region than these beloved landmarks.
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Our Hulett hotel is on the way to Yellowstone National Park, and we’re happy to host campers, road trippers and outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you’re in the region for the Sturgis Bike Rally or just want to get away from it all, the right property can make a world of difference. Luxury bedding, quiet accommodations and the friendliest service in town starts every trip off right.
Our location close to Devils Tower is what brings many guests to our Hulett hotel. We’re the perfect stop on the way to Yellowstone National Park and we offer great proximity to the Sturgis Bike Rally. As the only branded hotel in Hulett, guests know they’ve chosen a property with a great reputation built on service, value, comfort and cleanliness. From the moment you arrive, you’ll feel right at home.
The annual Hulett Rodeo is another fun-filled event for the whole family. From hiking around Devils Tower to hunting deer and turkey each season, our Hulett hotel is a haven for outdoor lovers who prefer a little peace and quiet at night. We’re centrally located to several restaurants and a great stop on your way to the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore, Deadwood, SD or Vore Buffalo Jump.
Business travelers with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and federal employees in town for work at Devils Tower National Monument count on our Hulett hotel to provide the service and quality they deserve. Our reputation is built on putting the customer first and that’s what we promise every time you stay with us. Whether it’s just overnight or for an extended stay, hospitality and friendly service is our foundation.
Reserve a spacious the Best Western Devils Tower Inn room today for a great value! Enjoy your stay.
News from the Front Desk
Pets not accepted.
“Just ok with me...”
By Susan H
Seattle, Washington, United States on 12-Oct-17
We arrived later in the evening and the town was dead and so small, there was road construction going on and it was just pitch black...so very eery to me.
Staff was ok a little less happy than most...