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Very cool old hotel, think bed and breakfast not Hilton. The hotel was clean enough. Need more hot water, let it run for a while. They need to turn up temp a bit. Nice bar and breakfast. Ask for a tour, we didn’t but wish...More
1 Thank Rachael S
Response from Astrid A, Owner at The Historic Plains HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Dearest Ms RS
You nailed it - an excellent suggestion. If only these walls could talk. (lets make the walls talk 😉) We could easily emulate other historic hotels with a paid tour, however self touring with charming posts in the halls is the next...More
Epic stay at The Historic Plains in Cheyenne, WY. Giant room, historic hotel, great staff. Loved the old sign-in register book, and the sense of a time gone by can be felt in the classic decorative touches. Truly unique.
Dirty sheets. Yellow dried crud all over and hair. Got new sheets and they were such worn white sheets they were brown. Pillows were dirty. Had no water after sending us on every floor to vending machines and then tell us we have to go...More
No offense, but we ate at the lamest “soup and salad bar” ever. Bag salad, minimal toppings, two over cooked chowders that we couldn’t finish. The best thing they offered was bread and cold, hard butter. Nice, historic setting.More
Thank Jennifer Z
Response from Astrid A, Owner at The Historic Plains HotelResponded 2 February 2018
Dear Miss J.
Thank you very much for taking the time to review our soup and salad bar.
Most of the soups are made from scratch by the chef daily so I will Circle back to see what was going on. (Possibly the soup container...More
Stayed here overnight. We booked a higher end room, but since we had a dog they wouldn't allow it.
We were disappointed that was not disclosed upon booking. The heating was on temp 60, and it took forever to get warm... It was a cold...More
Response from Astrid A, Owner at The Historic Plains HotelResponded 18 January 2018
Dear Guest O.
Thank you for taking the time to review our historic hotel. As you are aware, most travelers strongly object to staying in a pet friendly room, (allergies etc.) 1% of Cheyenne's hotel rooms and only 3 hotels are willing to accept a...More