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Reviewed 21 September 2015 via mobile

After a long day of travel it was so nice to be meet by such friendly staff. I was driving all day to see family and I just needed to stay one or two nights. Staff was so nice and room was very clean and comfortable.

1Thank jury11
Rock Falls, Illinois
Reviewed 3 June 2015

The people and staff were adequate and seemed conscientious. The rooms were well warn. Clean but older rooms and smallish. There was a 40 foot berm, a wall directly behind the motel. It turns out that the top of that berm is a railroad siding. They weren't too excessively loud, but I was apprehensive about a train or a number...

1Thank edpleskovitch
Adelaide Hills, Australia
Reviewed 13 May 2015

This place is ok for a night or 2, lets face it we only want a clean place to sleep.The room does have a fridge, its tidy and clean but the bathroom is small. Free wifi but it was slow. You can only get coffee in the morning in the foyer but you probably best get it elsewhere. There is...

1Thank Bob K
Powell River, Canada
Reviewed 14 October 2013

We were traveling by car to Denver and stopped in Cheyenne for the night. This hotel wasn't our first choice but most of the others were full so we had to stay here. The name sounded good, but unfortunately the hotel didn't live up to the name. We had a no-smoking room, but smoking is allowed in the hallways so...

Thank STAN49_12
Prague, Czech Republic
Reviewed 16 August 2013

After getting turned down by several nearby places due to full capacity I ended up here. The staff was friendly; room basic and worn. Bathroom didn’t seem to be cleaned in ages, layer of dust was on everything in the room and main light switch didn’t work. Functional was only one light in bathroom. If I wasn’t that tired I...

Thank JanUruba
new york
Reviewed 2 June 2013

Car trouble landed me in Cheyenne (a city so big if you blink you seen it). As it was time to leave the snow came. and came. and came. There I was trapped. -I mean, really trapped, the people of the pleasant confines of Wyoming think its best to put barriers like the kind you see at railroad crossings by...

1Thank speedotorpedo
Westland, MI
Reviewed 25 December 2012

On my drive to Denver, I stopped off at this motel for the night. The room was clean, but the dust/soot on the ceiling fan was caked on. The staff was friendly and overall it is middle of the road fro me since the Motel 6 was right next door.

Thank nubear
Reviewed 13 April 2012

Everything in the room was clean and functional even though it was VERY worn.

1Thank HeavyHex
Franklin, North Carolina
Reviewed 19 February 2012

Nice friendly staff. Clean room, great wireless connection and it was free. Moved over here from Motel 6 where they charged us extra for everything. I would recommend.

Thank wardsusan
Huntington Beach, CA
Reviewed 2 January 2012

I was driving cross country on business and came across this little inn thanks to my GPS, just off the I-80. Well here's my analysis: My room was clean, clean sheets, clean linens in the bathroom, soap supplied (nothing else but what do you expect for $42 night for a single?). The tub was clean, shower had plenty of nice...

1Thank telenurse2008

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Address: 1805 Westland Rd, Cheyenne, WY 82001-3332
Region: United States > Wyoming > Cheyenne
Number of rooms: 32
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“Another motel would be my choice.”
edpleskovitch, 2 Jun 2015 | Read review
“not many to choose from!”
speedotorpedo, 2 Jun 2013 | Read review
“There is a train line behind the hotel but the noise really wasn't bad. However all the hotels in this area are exposed to the trains and we were lead to believe that summer is much worse. So where ever you stay in this area ask for a room furthest away from the train lines.”
Willowray, 9 Dec 2011 | Read review
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