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1032 12th St, Cody, WY 82414-3610
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#2 of 30 hotels in Cody
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The Chamberlin Inn is a completely renovated, turn of the century Inn. We offer the comforts and privacy of a boutique hotel inside a unique garden setting--located in the heart of downtown Cody. The Chamberlin Inn has a small conference room and Spirit's Lounge to accommodate reunions, garden weddings, or any other special event. The Chamberlin Inn is a welcome breath of luxury nestled in the historic old west.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Business Center with Internet Access
Gift shop
Complimentary instant cofffee
Complimentary tea
Wine / champagne
Non-smoking hotel
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Shared lounge / TV area
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KJTravel3 wrote a review Jan 8
Vail, Colorado103 contributions38 helpful votes
We were really looking forward to staying here on our way through Cody around Christmas-time and we were really disappointed. They have a Covid policy on their website, but all of our encounters at the front desk (check in, check out, and when coming in and out of the hotel) with the young lady there were terrible. She never had a mask on the entire time, despite what their Covid policy states (we didn't even see a mask on her person). When we first checked in, she even told us (our whole family of four that were all wearing masks upon entering), that if we didn't feel sick, we could take our masks off. That is NOT how mask-wearing works to prevent the spread of this disease! She was also a bit salty with us and made comments about Cody's Covid/mask guidelines in general. It was very uncomfortable. And, she also did not have gloves on at all, for every encounter we had with her. Wearing gloves is in the hotel's Covid policy, too. I understand that this pandemic has hit businesses (especially customer-facing ones in the travel industry) hard, but by the time we were at the Chamberlain in December 2020, they've had 9 months to get a policy in place to protect their guests (and their staff). The fact that it was being completely ignored was really disappointing. If you have a policy, then it needs to be enforced for ALL staff on the premise. Otherwise, it's misleading information when someone comes, expecting things a certain way, and those expectations are shattered. We stayed at and ate in other areas/states over Christmas, like Montana, Colorado, etc., and never had these kinds of issues in those states. Everyone is trying to keep up with ever-changing policies and standards. I understand that it is challenging, but it's obviously doable. And bottom line, it's about protecting people and keeping everyone healthy and safe. For that reason, we did not feel safe staying at the Chamberlain and it overshadowed our entire experience, to the point where we can't recommend it and will not stay there again.
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Date of stay: December 2020
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Josh R wrote a review Jan 6
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Incredibly disappointing experience. Despite their COVID policy (per their website) saying: "Face masks and disposable gloves are provided to staff members and are worn prior to the start of and throughout the work shift for all staff who are Guest-facing or come in contact with Guest surfaces or areas including front desk, housekeeping, maintenance, and bar staff. Staff members are required to stay home if they do not feel well or are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19", Staff openly didn't wear masks/gloves and the front desk attendant even told us that "masks weren't required in the hotel if you didn't feel sick"! Apparently "asymptomatic" is too complex of a word and concept for the Hotel management and staff. We will NEVER stay here again on our frequent trips through Cody due to this incredible incompetence and blatant lie of their COVID policies.
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Date of stay: December 2020
Response from Bill McPherson, General Manager at Chamberlin Inn
Responded 1 week ago
We are sorry that you were disappointed with your stay. In regard to our Covid protocol, I am the General Manager of the hotel and I have a mask constantly dangling from one ear so that I can quickly put it on anytime a guest is in or approaching my vicinity. I will also attest that our Bar Manager and Assistant Manager are also very diligent about wearing masks when in proximity to hotel and/or bar guests. We let our rooms rest for 24 hours before cleaning them (thoroughly) and making them available for rent again. When possible, we also sterilize the rooms with U.V. Light. for additional sanitary measures. During the winter we have a total staff of five people so that leaves two part-time employees that you must have encountered during your stay. It's certainly not impossible to imagine that they were not being diligent about wearing a mask; particularly if it was over Christmas when I was on vacation. I couldn't help but notice that you gave a restaurant in Cody a strikingly similar bad review related to their Covid protocol. It's been a difficult year for business owners everywhere, both financially and psychologically, and I can assure you that it is very challenging to get, and keep, all employees on the same page in regard to the new protocols we are all faced with (and that are constantly changing). We are not perfect, but we have worked very hard the last nine months to take the necessary precautions to provide a safe environment for all of our guests. Once again, we are sorry that we let the ball drop during your stay.
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Bill N wrote a review Dec 2020
597 contributions153 helpful votes
Kicked off with warm welcome by innkeeper Bill who gives a little history then a tour to show off library, upper sunroom porch, lower level porch and cozy bar with view of courtyard. Loved the small details like chocolate and fresh flowers in the room. Was treated to a wonderful second floor suite over looking the court yard. After check I and before dinner it's cocktails in the downstairs lounge served by the knowledgeable Elizabeth. Met and had fun conversation with some cool townsfolk who drop by the lounge for a beverage. Elizabeth can help you with dinner plans and reservations. Really enjoyed this restored gem and the staff as well!
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled on business
Delmov wrote a review Nov 2020
Kansas City, Missouri226 contributions90 helpful votes
I told my wife our most expensive room we are staying at on our 14 day trip is Cody WY. At this point, she had no idea where Cody was, but said that sounded wrong. We arrive into Cody and she really though I was crazy. But this place is awesome. A very memorable stay. The rooms had so much character. The service was spectacular. So pay it.
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Date of stay: October 2020
barksmc wrote a review Nov 2020
Gillette, Wyoming8 contributions4 helpful votes
The Chambelin Inn truly was an incredible experience. My husband and I were treated like special guests by Inn Manager, Bill and the Spirits Manager, Elisabeth from the moment we arrived. The rooms are intricately cleaned (I happened to see the housekeeper in another room), they are extremely well appointed from comfortable furniture to the bed and the towels, etc. We just happened across The Camberlin when looking for a nice, comfortable place to escape to for a couple of nights. It could not have been more perfect. Thank you to Bill and to Elisabeth who made us feel so welcome and comfortable, especially during such a difficult time for travel. I HIGHLY recommend this beautiful place!
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Date of stay: November 2020
$131 - $341 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chamberlin Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Chamberlin Inn?
Nearby attractions include Cody Dug Up Gun Museum (0.01 miles), Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Revue (0.09 miles), and Wild West Spectacular (0.05 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Chamberlin Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Chamberlin Inn?
Guests can enjoy a lounge, complimentary tea, and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Chamberlin Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chamberlin Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Local, Rawhide Coffee, and Pat O'Hara Brewing Company.
Is Chamberlin Inn located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Cody.
Are there any historical sites close to Chamberlin Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Old Trail Town (2.1 miles).