OK, the rooms are not perfect, some issues, including bathrooms, so I would not recommend this hotel for more than perhaps 3 nights, but if it's a short stay, it's a great place, almost like a musuem if you take the time to walk the spacious lobby, look up, look at the art work on the walls, admire the furnishings. It's all beautiful. We were with family so saw several rooms. Each room and each floor has it's own unique charm. We lucked out with parking, which admittedly can be a bit of an issue, as with many city hotels. The room rates were reasonable. Very good breakfast included. We had dinner at the restaurant. Not wonderful, but not bad. Location is great for taking a scenic walk. For a 100 year old hotel, it can hold it's own against anything in it's price range. I would stay there again in a heartbeat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As a historic hotel of America, The Plains Hotel has been a cultural landmark and society favorite of Presidents, movie stars and cattle barons for more than 90 years. Right in the heart of downtown and surrounded by Cheyenne's greatest attractions, The Plains Hotel celebrates the rich legacy of the American frontier through colors, texture, and the natural materials of the Wyoming plains. Guests can come and experience the spirit of the west. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Historic Plains Hotel
- Historic Plains Cheyenne