1032 12th St., Cody, Wyoming, 82414, USA
Named for Agnes Chamberlin, who opened a boardinghouse on this spot in 1904, this wonderfully restored redbrick hotel a block off Cody's main street counts Ernest Hemingway and Marshall Field among its many past guests. Some rooms have exposed brick, claw-foot tubs, antique furnishings, and hardwood floors. Cody's original courthouse is now a stand-alone suite that sleeps six. A glass conservatory, added in 2013, adjoins the courtyard and is ideal for sharing a cocktail or a glass of wine. There is also a peaceful outdoor garden. The uniformly gracious staff members help make a stay here memorable.
- antique furnishings in some rooms
- historic property
- uniformly gracious staff members
- no elevator
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