Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 26, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming and also its most beautiful city, though it feels more like a bustling town. Most people passing through Cheyenne are on their way to Wyoming’s legendary national parks or other wildernesses, which are the state’s largest draw.
Checking with our hotel booking app here at Skyscanner before you make your trip to Cheyenne will make sure that you get the best deal possible and don’t overspend on your room.
Downtown Cheyenne holds most of the city’s hotels, and you’ll find the majority of hotels are along West Lincolnway. There are also a few hotels along the CanAm Highway, near the Cheyenne Depot Museum. The area around the Martin Luther King Jr. park has quite a few hotels and offers a beautiful view of Crow Creek as well.
Most hotels in Cheyenne are under $100, though if you’re interested in pricier options, they exist in the form of the major chain hotels. The priciest hotels in Cheyenne are just over $200 and tend to be clustered together in the northern part of town.
There are also a few expensive bed and breakfast style hotels in Cheyenne which cost more than $200 per night to stay in, presumably for the crowd of hikers and backpackers who are interested in one comfortable last night before hitting the slopes and the forests outside of the city limits.
There aren’t so many hotels on the outskirts of town or out of town, as the cutoff to wilderness is quite abrupt, so just book a hotel in the downtown area.
Your best bet for finding a hotel that’s compatible with business needs in Cheyenne lie with the major chain hotels along Lincoln Highway. Here, hotels like Marriott, Windgate, and the Hilton advertise their high-speed internet access, business centers for printing, and even meeting rooms.
You should probably stay away from Cheyenne’s many small and mid-sized hotels and motels that aren’t in the major hotel chains if you’re interested in using your hotel to do business. The smaller hotels aren’t necessarily worse, but they may not have everything that you need.
The Cheyenne convention center is also a great spot for booking hotels that are business friendly. The convention center itself is a fully fledged business area and has hotel rooms which you can book. These hotel rooms may not be as comfortable as the hotel rooms elsewhere in Cheyenne, but they’ll be ready for a conference call or presentation without any extra effort.
Finding a luxury hotel in Cheyenne may be difficult, but by booking aggressively with one of the major chain hotels like the Hilton or Marriott, you should be able to approximate a fairly luxurious experience. Most of the hotels in Cheyenne are small, independent, and mostly for backpackers and hikers passing through to the mountains.
Cheyenne is a wonderful place to be. There are many local shops including: Mort's Bagels, Paramount Cafe, Phoenix Books, and many others. It's just 40 minutes from Colorado, Nebraska, the University of Wyoming, hiking, skiing, and many other adventures.
Cheyenne has a few unique distinctions among capital cities. It is one of the least populous capitals (of THE least populous state). It's also the least centrally located. Cheyenne sits right on the Colorado border. My wife and I can get there from Boulder in a little over an hour and we do go up there to hang out when we have nothing else to do. Cheyenne's restaurants serve excellent beef. There are a number of interesting Old West Museums and Frontier Days is a lot of fun.
Cheyenne is a little big city, hosting Frontier Days and other big cowboy events...check out the downtown area with historic trolleys!
Cheyenne has small town charm and flavor. Known in the west primarily for the Frontier Days in July, this town also boasts cowboy flair. The downtown area is walkable and quaint.