On your journey through the Wild West, stop and stay
at one of the Laramie hotels. Laramie is most famous for The Treaty of Fort Laramie. In the
spring of 1868, a conference was held at Fort Laramie,
in present day Wyoming that resulted in a treaty with
the Sioux. The purpose of the treaty of Fort Laramie was
to bring to peace between the white settlers and the Sioux.
The Black Hills of Dakota are sacred to the Sioux Indians.
Laramie is still considered a primarily western styled
town, although recently due to the influx of college students
the western feel has been diminishing somewhat. Laramie
hotels are as diverse as the individuals who live there.
There are more than enough Laramie hotels on your Wild West excursion. Try the Laramie Travelodge, this Laramie WY hotel is located in old downtown Laramie. The Travel lodge is located near several state and regional parks; guests can enjoy a variety of seasonal activities including fishing, rock climbing and hiking. Ski enthusiasts can hit the slopes of the Snowy Range Ski & Recreation Area. The Laramie Travelodge is a hotel Laramie Wyoming within walking distance of several restaurants that offer a variety of dining options.
The Laramie Inn is another fantastic Laramie WY hotel
that is traditional and modern at the same time. The Laramie
Inn is located within the vicinity of some of the town’s
most popular attractions. Wyoming Territorial Museum is
1 mile away, Snowy Range Ski Area is 32 miles, the Art
Museum is 2 miles, and the Medicine Bow National Forest
is around 32 miles from the Laramie Inn.
However, if you want to stay in a hotel Laramie Wyoming
that is considered an old friend you can opt for the Days
Inn Laramie. It is located about 6 miles from the Laramie
Regional Airport, the Days Inn Hotel Laramie is located
within the vicinity of major attractions like national
and regional parks that offer summer and winter venues.
The Days Inn Laramie offers its patrons Hotel Laramie
Wyoming features such as an indoor pool, spa tub, and
fitness room and laundry facilities. The hotel serves
complimentary continental breakfasts. Laramie WY offers
its visitors many Wild West and modern options.
One interesting hotel Laramie offers is the Veer Bar
Guest Ranch. Located 21 miles west of Laramie via Snowy
Range Rd offers, activities such as horseback riding,
fishing, river tubing, and overnight camp-outs are included,
as are all meals. For breakfast, flapjacks, eggs, and
bacon are available. For dinner, guests can enjoy steaks
and seafood. Guests can unwind in the historic John Wayne
Saloon. The Hotel Laramie options can be just as interesting
as the area and the history that they are surrounded.