The Victorian suites in the Nevada City Hotel are in the oldest part of the hotel and offer easy access to the second-floor gallery. The repurposed log structure was built in the 1860s as a stage office. Additional hotel rooms and cabins are also available.
The back portion of the Nevada City Hotel was originally the employee’s dormitory at Hotel in Yellowstone National Park. Two- and even three-story outhouses were common in the Gold Rush era. The outhouse here was originally attached to the Thexton family home in Virginia City.