Sheridan, WY – The Historic Sheridan Inn
As one of the original hotels in Sheridan, WY, constructed in 1892, the Sheridan Inn Hotel was conceptualized and developed by William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody. As part owner, “Buffalo Bill” directed hotel management, and even auditioned new members for his touring company show from the front porch.
Each of the twenty-two rooms have been revitalized to reflect on “Buffalo Bill” and twenty-one other key characters in his life. Each suite presents the times and histories of these people in the furnishings, art, and artifacts, making the Sheridan Inn one of the most unique hotels in Sheridan, WY. You may recognize these characters as icons of the American West, and see how they have shaped the frontier to what it is today.
In 2013, Bob and Dana Townsend became the newest owners of the Inn, bringing 21st-century luxury to the 19th-century building. The Sheridan Inn hotel in Sheridan, Wyoming is now open as a hotel for overnight stays, banquet events, weddings, wedding receptions, and tours. The Sheridan Inn hotel is easy to find and one of the most popular hotels along I-90 in Wyoming.
Each of the twenty-two rooms at the revitalized Sheridan Inn focuses on Buffalo Bill and twenty-one other key characters from his life. Each suite will present the times and individual histories of these people in the room’s overall finish, furnishings, art, artifacts, and exhibit. You will know the characters as icons of the American West, while others you may have never heard of previously but they are all people you will want to know. Together, they have helped shape how we as Americans see ourselves and how others in the world see us. Call today and schedule one of the nations most historic and western style hotels in Sheridan Wyoming.
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Each of our hotel rooms is fully themed around the most iconic Western personalities.
Awesome restoration and modernization. Staff is very friendly and the place is spotless with so many great little places to hang out and enjoy. Do yourself a favor and ditch the cookie cutter hotel chains and stay in this one of a kind historic masterpiece. Short walk to everything downtown.
Very warm welcome with friendly & helpful staff. The rooms were lovely; good bathroom with shower (Queen Victoria) & a large comfortable bed. The view was not brilliant. The breakfast was very basic at the moment but adequate. Worth staying there for the history & hidden gems.
It is an historic place to visit. We wanted to have lunch there but the dining room was closed. Beautiful interior! Worth seeing.
Sheridan Inn had a lot of history in one place. With no TV's, it was easy for the family to play board games that were in the rooms and each of the common areas per floor. You often run into other guests in those areas for interesting conversations. We had several rooms, one had a claw foot bath and the other room has a stand up shower only. Some people might want to request one over the other. One of our rooms had issues with AC and it was quickly resolved by the staff. There are no microwaves or refrigerators in the rooms. So don't bring back left overs to the room and expect to store and reheat then later. This was not a problem for us. The included morning breakfast was a bit sparse for selection, but suitable for a quick bite. Other more breakfast purposed places in town are within walking distance and better for a full breakfast experience. I recommend snacking at the inn, but eating elsewhere.