We stayed at the Chief the last weekend in August with our two kids. When we pulled up, i thought my husband lost it again. I was wrong. The first impression of the motel was way off base. It ended up being a great inexpensive place to stay. It was CLEAN and the motel staff worked hard to make sure it was. The double room was nice; the kids we in one room and we were in another. The only downfall was that the AC was right next to the bed and if it wasn't turned up, the kids got warm in the other room. The use of the park pass was nice and we would totally recommend their breakfast and pie deals.
- Also Known As:
- Chief Hotel
- Chief Motel Custer
- Chief Hotel Custer
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family owned and operated * Free HS wireless internet * Custer's largest indoor pool (in season May 20-Sept 18)* Hot Tub * Sauna * 2 Restaurants adjacent * In-room coffee/cocoa * ref/micro * $1.99 restaurant breakfast: 2 eggs, hashbrowns, 2 slices toast or 2 pancakes, and choice of bacon, ham, or sausage * $1.99 Homemade Pie (saves 50%)* Stay 3 nights and receive free use of Custer State Park pass * All rooms no smoking / no pets * Near Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, Wildlife Loop Road (1500 buffalo), Scenic Needles Hwy, Iron Mt. Road* Jewel Cave * Wind Cave* ... more less