If you’re looking for an adventurous vacation, there’s nowhere better than Wyoming. Take in the spectacular views and experience the frontier with a stay at any of these unique hotels.
Ever laid your head in a hotel that is on the National Register of Historic Places? You can if you stay at the Elk Mountain Hotel. This incredible and quaint inn has been welcoming guests from all over since 1905.
Buffalo Bill is one of the most iconic figures in the legends of the Wild West, but he was more than a sharpshooter - he was a hotelier too. Buffalo Bill built the Irma Hotel in 1902 and named it after his daughter, and you can book a stay in this slice of history.
There’s nothing accidental about the Historic Occidental Hotel, or as it’s known among locals, the Ox. This hotel is an exquisite restoration of a famous old western hotel and you’ll know it by every inch of the decor.
Residents of the Wild West love to stay connected to their historical roots, and you can join them when you spend your vacation at the Wort Hotel. Open since 1941, this incredible monument to history embodies all the best of that Old West charm.
Embrace the coziness of a genuine log cabin when you book your stay at the Jackson Hole Hideout. You can either rent a room in this stunning B&B or rent out the entire house for the lodgings of a lifetime.
There are two general atmospheres you can choose when it comes to historic Wyoming: the history of the wilderness or the history of the towns and societies. If you prefer the vibe of downtown, head to the Chamberlin Inn, which has been a historic pinnacle of Cody since it opened in 1901 along the charming Main Street.
Who says you have to blow all your savings if you want to stay in a mansion? Check out the Mansion House Motel in Buffalo. Originally built in the 1950s as an addition to the Victorian mansion next door, this motel was later set up as a companion to the Victorian home which became a B&B in the 1990s.
The Rustic Inn Creekside Resort has everything you could want in your vacation out west. Not only is the resort outfitted in pure luxury with a full spa but it’s surrounded by a 7-acre nature preserve for prime wildlife watching.
There are plenty of luxury hotels in Wyoming, so why not make your vacation more memorable by staying in the first one? The Plains Hotel in Cheyenne, built in 1911, was the first luxury hotel in the state and today it stands as a picture of opulence in the best way.
The Historic Virginian Hotel, which has housed weary travelers and adventurers alike since 1911, is a registered National Historic Landmark. It was known as the biggest hotel between Denver and Salt Lake City, so we can only imagine the stories of life on the road it has witnessed.