Sheridan Inn: Accommodations

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Sheridan Innsheridan-innSHRSI-222258571SheridanConstructed in 1892, the historic Sheridan Inn provided travelers to the West the luxury and elegance of the East. Through the years, the hotel has remained a hub of activity, offering posh New Year's Eve balls and the town's first electric lights.https://historichotels.ibe.netbooker.com/web/FrontController.nb4?module=PropertySearch&operation=SinglePropertySearch&instanceId=172&execute=Yes&propertyCode=xx&chainCode=xx&numberOfNights=2&specialRate=[%promo%]&lookAndFeelId=5910netbookerWYWyoming856 Broadway Street82801USUnited Statesxx271151xxBronze1892-106.95393244.806681/images/uploads/SHRSI/search/sheridan_inn_search.jpgsmall-groupschildren,regional-historic-food,downtown-city-hotels,national-state-parkscolonial-colonial-revivalhistoric-innsNorth Americanorth-america

The Sheridan Inn has 22 guestrooms, each of which is named after a person who played a significant role in the life of Buffalo Bill Cody. William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody was a significant factor in selling the concept of the Sheridan Inn to the railroad. He was part owner of the this Eastern luxury meets the rough and tumble West hotel.

Each guestroom details the history of these individulas who played their own iconic role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West, including.

  • Buffalo Bill Room
  • Ned Buntine
  • Alexander Major
  • Robert Summers Yellowtail Sr.
  • Black Elk
  • Teddy Roosevelt
  • Queen Victoria
  • The Esquivel Brothers
  • Annie Oakley
  • Sitting Bull
  • Colonel Prentiss Ingraham

The Sheridan Inn has 22 guestrooms, each of which is named after a person who played a significant role in the life of Buffalo Bill Cody. William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody was a significant factor in selling the concept of the Sheridan Inn to the railroad. He was part owner of the this Eastern luxury meets the rough and tumble West hotel.

Each guestroom details the history of these individulas who played their own iconic role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West, including.

  • Buffalo Bill Room
  • Ned Buntine
  • Alexander Major
  • Robert Summers Yellowtail Sr.
  • Black Elk
  • Teddy Roosevelt
  • Queen Victoria
  • The Esquivel Brothers
  • Annie Oakley
  • Sitting Bull
  • Colonel Prentiss Ingraham