Elegant Accommodations in a Downtown
The Chamberlin Inn is a small, elegant two story hotel, which includes the main building’s rooms, as well as lodging in a separate building, plus a garden. During the 1920s and 30s, the Chamberlin Inn was a popular place to stay, and such people as Marshall Fields, and Ernest Hemingway stayed at the inn. Offering 24 rooms, this hotel was renovated in 2005-2007, and is beautiful both inside and out. Each room is different, and you have a number of choices of varying sizes and styles, plus luxury suites and apartments to choose from. If you choose the Standard Queen, you will find that some of the bathrooms includes an old fashion claw foot tub/shower combination, others more modern bathrooms, and some only contain a shower. The Queen Suite has a garden view, a queen sized bed, bathroom, and a room divided into areas featuring a small kitchenette, small office, and a small living area with a fold out couch. The Standard King includes a claw tub/shower combination, and a king sized bed. The Hemingway King Studio, has a garden view, a king sized bed, a claw foot tub/shower combination, and a fold-out sofa. Upstairs you will find a King Suite that includes a garden view, bathroom, a small living room, small kitchenette, and French doors separating the sleeping area from the small living room. You will also find lodging in the Inn’s original courthouse, located off the garden, where you will enjoy fireplaces, a queen bed in the main bedroom, full kitchen, office, and living space for up to six people. These are just some of the possible accommodations you may choose from. Visit their web page for descriptions and photos of all their different options, and to register on line.
The only complaints I have heard about the hotel is that the accommodation does not include a breakfast (which shouldn‘t be a surprise, as they do not advertise a breakfast), some rooms are quite small, and there is no elevator. Because of this, if you have a problem climbing stairs, be sure to reserve a room on the first floor. If you are concerned about the size of the room, I would recommend emailing them from their web site, or calling them for more information, as although they offer a number of photos for each accommodation, photos do not always give you accurate information on how roomy the choice is.
This hotel does not have a parking lot, so you will have to park on the street. Since Cody is a small town, and the hotel is on a side street, this is usually not a problem, except for maybe July 3rd and 4th, during the time of the wonderful Cody parade. But then you will want to see the parade, and you won’t have to move your car from where it is parked, just walk down to the end of the block, and watch the parade go by
Unique Quality: Each room contains a flat screen TV, and high speed wireless internet access. There is also a room to hold meetings in (I have not seen this room), a parlor, and a small library. The library can be quite fun, as many of the books are about the local area. Fresh flowers, Belgium chocolates, coffee, and a morning newspaper will be found in every room. A separate garden, enclosed with a brick wall, offers a lovely outdoor area in the heart of downtown. With its catering kitchen, and lovely garden, you may even arrange for a garden wedding.
Directions: The hotel is located on a side street near the center of the downtown area, just a short distance off the main business district.
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Address: 1032 12th Street, Cody, Wyoming, 82414, United States
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Amenities at Chamberlin Inn
- Bar / Lounge
- Free Parking
- Free High Speed Internet
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