Historic building with 8 hotel rooms, restaurant, and bar.

The Jamestown Hotel was first built in 1858, but the structure was lost in a fire just a few years later in 1863. Another building was erected on the site and it too burned down in the early 1900’s. The building that stands today was built in 1919 by David Martinez. The hotel was known as the Spanish Hotel, as many of the Spanish miners lived here. The hotel remained a popular local spot through the 1920’s, but made the auction block and was sold during the Great Depression for non-payment of taxes. The exterior building was remodeled in the 1930’s with stucco and arches in the traditional Spanish style.
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