Built in 1902 by Buffalo Bill and named for his daughter, the original section of this hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The property retains both frontier charm and rough edges, with period furniture and pull-chain commodes in many rooms, a large restaurant open all day ($$–$$$), and an elaborate cherrywood bar said to have been a gift from Queen Victoria to Buffalo Bill. For those looking for modern amenities and trappings, this probably
isn't it. But if you want true history, choose one of the 15 rooms, named after local legends, in the original hotel rather than in the annex, which has standard contemporary rooms. Scared of ghosts? Don't book Room 35.