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Historic Plains Hotel and Capital Grill Restaurant
Since 1911, the historic Plains Hotel has been the icon of the elegant High Plains lodging and dining experience, and a favorite of presidents, movie stars and cattle barons. The distinctive, classic architecture, enriched with the colors, textures, and natural materials of the Wyoming Plains, celebrates the rich legacy of the American frontier and offers a glimpse into the spirit of the West. The Plains Hotel completed a multi-million dollar renovation in 2003. Western artwork, photography and artifacts blend with stained glass, custom-designed furniture and bed coverings to create a cowboy high-style décor.
Irma Hotel, Restaurant, & Saloon
The Irma, built in 1902, is a living museum of the Old West. Town father, Buffalo Bill Cody, built and named the hotel for his daughter Irma. Cody built a series of hotels for travelers making their way to Yellowstone National Park. Fifteen of the Irma's rooms are the original lodging suites that now house period furnishings. Guests can even stay in Buffalo Bill's private suite. The beautiful cherry wood bar is one of the most photographed spots in town. For a taste of the wild west, the famed Cody Gunfighters still perform out side the Saloon in front of the hotel throughout the summer.
Nagle Warren Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Located on the quiet edge of downtown Cheyenne's historic district, the Nagle Warren Mansion B&B has fully restored every room in the house to recreate the elegance of the Cattle Baron period in the Victorian West. From the ornate wooden staircases and the authentic period wallpaper to the antique furniture and nineteenth century-style artwork, a feeling of stepping into the days of artist Charles Russell and writer Owen Wister is maintained throughout the mansion. In 1888, entrepreneur Erasmus Nagle built the stone Nagle Warren Mansion B&B as a show place, at a time when Cheyenne was the wealthiest city of its size in the world. It became the home of Senator Francis E. Warren in 1910 who entertained the likes of Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and William Taft. This AAA 4 Diamond award winning mansion has been fully restored to its original glory including beautiful brass and bronze fireplaces; cherry, mahogany, and oak woodwork; and stained glass windows; and yet includes every thing that today's travelers want. The inn's ornate grand staircase leads to six delightful guest room accomadation with six more charming rooms in the carriage house, all beautifully decorated with four poster beds, marble-topped dresser and washstand, and mirrored armoires and fainting couches. Live the life of a Cattle Baron and let the Nagle Warren Mansion staff spoil you.
Occidental Hotel & Restaurant
The Historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo, Wyoming has hosted many notorious guests over the years including Butch Cassidy and the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang, Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill, Tom Horn, Teddy Roosevelt, President Herbert Hoover and Ernest Hemingway. The Virginian Restaurant at the Occidental Hotel is named after the famous novel "The Virginian" by Owen Wister who also spent a fair amount of time there. Colorful cowboys, lawmen and drifters were regular customers. Today, the hotel has been accurately and beautifully restored to its original grandeur. Current owners Dawn and John Wexo purchased the building in 1997 and began a 10-year restoration process. All rooms and suites are furnished with antiques and decorated in elegant period style. Many original features remain such as the embossed tin ceilings and several antique chairs along with the 23 bullet holes in the saloon. The 25-foot back bar in the saloon was brought in by wagon over a hundred years ago. True West Magazine recognized this gem by recently naming The Occidental Hotel “The Best Hotel in the West”. National Geographic Traveler included the Occidental Hotel in the top 129 Hotels to visit in North America 2009.
Chamberlin Inn
Located just steps from Cody’s historic main street, the Chamberlin Inn includes a small boutique hotel, the court house residence, the cottage, and the garden studio apartments. Together all are gracefully nestled within a beautiful brick and wrought iron enclosure creating a perfect garden setting for a leisurely cup of tea, a sip of wine, a game of croquet, or a fully catered wedding. This is a family owned and operated, twenty-four unit boutique lodging property that was entirely renovated in 2005-2007.
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