211 Broad Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
Built in 1856 in what was to become the most sophisticated of the gold rush mining camps, the National Exchange Hotel is a treasured piece of Nevada City history.
This grand old dame has a new lease on life after an extensive, three-year, floor-to-rafters renovation. Full of rich colors and patterns, opulent furnishings and lovingly restored original features, with whispers of her storied past to be discovered around every turn…the National Exchange Hotel invites you to spend unforgettable days and nights with her. Libations in our historic bar, a sumptuous meal at Lola… you’ll find fresh and creative drinking and dining options at the National Exchange.
The National Hotel is a registered historical landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places; as State of California Historical Landmark #899; a Nevada City Historical Location; Nevada Count Point of Interest; the Register of Historic California Business.’
Restaurant Hours starting September 4: 9am-9pm Sun-Thurs and 9am-10pm Fri and Sat.