The Chamberlin Inn is honored to be regularly featured as a historic Wyoming hotel that’s recommended by travel writers both locally and nationally. Here are a few articles that spotlight the Chamberlin Inn and Cody, Wyoming.
Rocky Mountain Bride – Wyoming
The Chamberlin Inn was recently featured in Rocky Mountain Bride Magazine – Wyoming, for a “Staymoon” location. Click here to view the magazine online.
Western Art & Architecture
The August / Sept. Issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine features the Chamberlin Inn with a three page article titled, “Western Landmark – Cody, Wyoming’s Chamberlin Inn Serves up Authentic Western Hospitality” on pages 76 – 78.
Wyo•Vore, 2013 Issue
“There is serenity about the Chamberlin Inn that invites you to linger, to turn off your cellphone and leave your cares in a wooden rocker.” – Wyo • Vore Magazine “for those who crave Wyoming.”
The Travel Brigade
Kathleen Curry and Geoff Griffin write about their treks near and far for Smart Travel Info and host the weekly Travel Brigade Radio Show. Here’s what they said about the Chamberlin Inn in their article on visiting Cody, WY:
At the Chamberlin Inn, (1032 12th Street, 888-587-0202, www.chamberlininn.com) enjoy classic comfort and décor alongside modern amenities. Initially opened as a boarding house in 1904, the building has enjoyed a continuous presence in Cody for over 100 years and has been renovated as a boutique hotel in 2005. Have a drink at the hotel’s lounge and bar, or take a stroll in the garden when the weather’s warm.
Cody Wyoming’s Local Magazine, Cody & Beyond
The pages of Cody & Beyond celebrate the history and culture of the Bighorn Basin with thoughtful, honest and well-balanced editorial on local issues complemented by stunning regional photography.
Read this article featuring the Chamberlin Inn in Cody & Beyond’s 2011 Issue. It covers a lot of the history of Agnes Chamberlin in the first few paragraphs.
From buffalos — Bills and bisons — to river rafting, Cody opens the door to Wyoming’s past and its wide range of activities.
(Here’s the excerpt about the Chamberlin Inn)
If you can, stay at the Chamberlin Inn, recently opened in a beautifully restored 19th-century hotel. Now a boutique hotel with gorgeous 1890s décor, this was once a travelers lodging, but everyone of note stayed here if they weren’t at the Irma Hotel. I slept in the room (#18) where Ernest Hemingway had registered back in 1932. It’s right downtown, and there’s high speed Internet access in every room. 24 units, just renovated in 2005 and 2006. Rooms go for $145 to $285. Chamberlin Inn, 1032 12th Street, Cody, tel. 888/587-0202 or 307/587-0202, website www.chamberlininn.com
Read more: http://www.frommers.com/articles/4566.html
Chamberlin Inn Credentials
- Fodors “Choice” – 2013
- Nat’l Geographic Traveler Magazine – “Hotels We Love”
- Top Ten Inns – 2013
- Frommers – “Cody’s best lodging option”
- Historic Hotels of the Rockies
- Trip Advisor – #1 Cody rating
- Small Elegant Hotels – Member
- Cowboys & Indian Magazine – “An exquisite restoration”
- Moon Guide – “Luxurious boutique hotel”
- Lonely Planet – “Recently restored and stunning”
- Insider’s Guide – “Expect excellent service & personal attention”
- Sunset Magazine – “We’d rather soak in a claw foot bathtub”
- Western Art & Architecture – “Classiest Place in Town”