Wyoming April 11, 2016
These 10 Unique Places To Stay In Wyoming Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
Staying in some of these places is just like traveling back in time and retracing the steps of famous people from the Old West. The accommodations listed here capture and exude the authentic look and feel of this unpredictable era. Be sure and check out these unique places to stay in Wyoming. They will most definitely provide you with an unforgettable experience.
1. Irma Hotel
The Irma Hotel was built by Buffalo Bill and named after his daughter, Irma. The highlight of the hotel is the cherry bar that was a gift given by Queen Victoria. This travel-back-in-time hotel is located at 1192 Sheridan Avenue in Cody.
2. Historic Occidental Hotel
The Historic Occidental Hotel had guests such as Butch Cassidy, Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill, Tom Horn, and Teddy Roosevelt. It still has the original ceilings, bar, and bullet holes in the saloon. Rooms are decorated with antiques in the same style as they were back in the day. The hotel is located at 10 N. Main Street in Buffalo.
3. Elk Mountain Hotel
Elk Mountain Hotel is an elegant historic country inn decorated in the style of Folk Victorian and period antiques. This quaint hotel is located at 102 E. Main Street in Elk Mountain.
4. Nagle Warren Mansion Bed & Breakfast
Nagle Warren Mansion is a bed and breakfast with rooms decorated in the Victorian Western style. The mansion features brass marble, ornate staircases, cherry woodwork, and stained glass. There are six rooms in the main house and six in the carriage house. This beautiful bed and breakfast is located at 222 E. 17th Street in Cheyenne.
5. Teton Treehouse (Jackson Hole Hideout)
Choose from The Trail Boss Room, The Wrangler Room, The Gun Slinger Suite, Cowgirl Room, or the Marshal Room at the Jackson Hole Bed & Breakfast. All rooms have valley or forested hillside views. Jackson Hole Hideout is located at 6175 Heck of a Hill Road in Wilson.
6. K3 Guest Ranch
The K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast is located at 30 Nielson Trail in Cody, which once was the site of a working cattle ranch. They offer western-style themed rooms and a breakfast cooked over an open campfire. The K3 Guest Ranch offers very unique accommodations.
7. Chamberlin Inn
The Chamberlin Inn is a hotel where Ernest Hemingway once stayed and finished, Death In The Afternoon. The historic boutique hotel is made up of suites, rooms, cottage and garden studios, and the Court House Residence. The Inn is located at 1032 12th Street in downtown Cody.
8. The Wort Hotel
The Wort Hotel is known as the first luxury hotel in Jackson. It was built with a Tudor-style design and features a Silver Dollar Bar with 2032 uncirculated silver dollars embedded in the bar. The hotel is located at 50 Glenwood Street in Jackson.
9. Historic Mansion House Inn
This historic mansion was built in 1903 in a western Victorian style. There are seven guest rooms in the main house. The mansion is located at 313 N. Main Street in Buffalo.
10. Rustic Inn Creekside Resort
The Rustic Inn Creekside Resort & Spa is located at 475 North Cache in Jackson, adjacent to the National Elk Refuge. The resort features historic lodging accommodations and luxury log cabins, as well as a relaxing spa.
What other unique places in Wyoming have you stayed?