Holiday Inn Cheyenne/I-80

Address: 204 West Fox Farm Road, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82007, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 204 West Fox Farm Road, Cheyenne, is near Cheyenne Depot Museum, Big Boy Steam Engine, Historic Governors' Mansion, and Street Railway Trolley.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Cheyenne/I-80

    Reviewed by greg-mary-scott

    Good hotel below average restaurant

    Reviewed Jun 25, 2014
    by (19 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    What I will always remember about this hotel is that as part of the check in process we were briefed about what to do in the case of a tornado. This is your typical Holiday Inn complete with the attached restaurant. I expect to be back in Cheyenne in the not too distant future and I will stay here again. I do have some good and some bad to say about the restaurant. Excellent Fish & Chip, much better than I had any right to expect in Nebraska. Breakfast was good but the service was almost none existent. I had to get up from our table and ask someone to find our wait person so we could get our check. Part of me says we should have just walked out of the restaurant.

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