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The city was founded in 1867 and was named after the Native American group. The many historic landmarks including the 1973-established Atlas Theater and 1869-founded First Presbyterian Church are major attractions. Hotels in Cheyenne attract visitors interested in the horse culture and come to witness Cheyenne Frontier Days. The Metro areas have some of the tallest buildings in the state with high-rise towers like Gateway Plaza Tower reaching a height of 171 meters. The windy city is well on its way to becoming an alternate-energy center. The Frontier Mail is a popular enclosed shopping mall.
3 Budget Hotels For Pleasant Stays After Long Drives
Cheap hotels are found scattered across the city offering comfortable stays to people arriving in self-driven cars after long drives. Comfort Inn & Suites - Right from efficient check-ins to comfortable rooms with comfortable beds, the popular budget hotel is a friendly place and popular stopover for travelers. The clean and friendly hotel serves excellent complimentary breakfasts and offers tea, coffee, infused water, and popcorn at any time. Best Western Plus Frontier Inn - Rooms were recently refurbished in early 2016 and provide spacious accommodation. Travelers must consider the distance away from the City Center, as the inn lies on the eastern edge of the city and is close to the interstate highway. Delicious breakfasts are served including Canadian bacon, burritos, fried potatoes, scrambled eggs, pork dishes, pastries, and other items. TownePlace Suites Cheyenne - It has a convenient location just opposite a railroad track, and people on their way to Montana and other places usually stopover to relax in spotlessly clean rooms with adequate breakfasts. People can have dinner at the nearby Chinese restaurant. Cheap hotels maintain spotless amenities and are extremely friendly to guests.
2 Luxury Hotels That Take You Back In Time
Cheyenne hotels creating the old-fashioned look with wooden furniture and bureaus are big attractions in luxurious settings. Little America Hotel And Resort - People in business visits find the luxurious hotel a good place to rest with just a short drive taking them to the City Center. Large rooms with modern amenities including fridges and microwaves are installed. The resort is set in beautiful surroundings and has a large conference room for group meetings. It is close to the interstate highway. Nagle Warren Mansion B&B - Just a short drive away from the Wyoming State Capitol Governor's Mansion, large rooms with antique furnishings immediately take guests back in time. The 19th-century settings with artwork in wallpaper and other stylish assets like antique chairs and stenciled ceilings are inviting. Guests can relax by a fireplace in the library. Cheyenne hotels are very attractive and focus on providing excellent services.
Recreational Areas And Parks In Historic Settings
Major recreational activities and parks are organized and maintained by the Cheyenne Parks and Recreation Department. The city has golf courses, a large swimming pool, Skateboard Park, Events Center, Spray Park, and the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens with the Paul Smith Children's Village. Neighborhoods and parks in Greater Cheyenne areas are enclosed within the 60-Km Greater Cheyenne Greenways System. Other landmarks include the 1921-established Botanic Gardens Rotary Century Plaza & Steam Locomotive and the Wyoming State Capitol building set up between 1886 and 1890. Visitors can go on tours to Terry Bison Ranch and 90-minute trolley trips covering historic parts of the city. Hotels in Cheyenne are close to several of the famous landmarks and recreational areas.
FAQs about hotels in Cheyenne
How much does a 3 star hotel in Cheyenne cost per night?
In the last year, the average 3 star hotel in Cheyenne has been $105.29 per night. (based on HotelPlanner prices)