Sep 26 - Sep 27
Lovely, extremely helpful staff, very comfortable rooms. Very easy to get to the center of Cheyenne (short drive). Didn't want to leave!
Sep 28 - Sep 29
Clean room and friendly staff. Easy access to I-80 and 5 minutes from downtown.
Oct 9 - Oct 10
likes the style of the rooms my kids stayed there llllllllll
Oct 2 - Oct 3
Quiet hotel. We went during the pandemic and had the pool and hot tub to ourselves ( a family of 4) and it was fantastic. Pool area was really great.
Sep 27 - Sep 28
Little America Cheyenne is a great place to stay. We booked this last minute just to sleep a few hours before getting back on the road. We enjoyed our stay and decided to extend our time there. The rooms are large and clean, comfortable beds and friendly staff. I recommend this lovely resort.
Sep 21 - Sep 22
The hotel was overbooked. How does this even happen?! I was one of the lucky ones to get booted out. On a positive note, they set me up in the hotel next door. I felt like I should have gotten a discount for it, it was a Super 8.
Sep 25 - Sep 26
Staff not attending front desk, left key at front desk since no one was there. Nice place, needs updating but it was clean.
Oct 18 - Oct 19
The staff were friendly and played with my pup, and they gave me good insights on plaves to walk him while i was there. Room was great, breakfast was COVID appropriate, overall a great experience
Oct 16 - Oct 17
Wasn’t bad. Lots of construction. Friendly staff. Nice bed sheets
Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming and most populated city in the state. The city is a popular place to visit for outdoor enthusiasts and anyone with an interest in Rodeo. Home to the largest outdoor rodeo in the world, Cheyenne has been synonymous with cowboys, rodeos, and the Wild West for many years. Cheyenne is also a top destination train enthusiasts as it hosts the Cheyenne Depot building and the fun Cheyenne Street Trolley.
Those interested in the Wild West and the history of the region should stay close to the Cheyenne Old West Museum, a brilliant museum that documents the history and culture of the American West. Be sure to check out the Western horse and carriages and the memorabilia from Cheyenne’s frontier days. There is a good selection of hotels near the Wyoming State Museum for any history buffs in town. One of the top attractions in Cheyenne, the Wyoming State Museum boasts displays on Native American history, Wyoming history, and local cultural heritage.
Should you be looking for a romanticized version of the American West, staying nearby the Cowgirls of the West Museum. Full of exhibits on early pioneers in Wyoming, the museum aims to preserve the history and fascinating stories and tales of women who settled in the wild and rough American west. This is a side of the story that is often overlooked in museum displays about the Wild West. Next, visitors to Ceyenne should check out the beautiful Governors Mansion can pick from a number of hotels close by. The grand house was home to the Governors of Wyoming from 1905 to 1976 and is now a historic site open to the public free of charge.
There are three 3 star hotels in Cheyenne for you to choose from. These 3 star hotels in the city have lots of great amenities on offer for visitors including buffet breakfast, on-site restaurants, free WiFi, free parking, and airport shuttles to the nearby Cheyenne Regional Airport. Cheyenne has just one 4 star hotel. However, this 4 star mansion is rich with antiques and history and is located close to the Cheyenne Botanical gardens. You can enjoy the health club on site with a spa, gym, and 24-hour services.
Cheyenne Regional Airport is the closest airport to Cheyenne City, located just one mile north of the city. This small airport only operates local flights within the USA. There are a number of airport hotels, nearby to stay at before departing Cheyenne. This will come in handy especially for late flights or early departures.