We recently stayed here passing through Wyoming on our way home from a road trip. It's rated as a 2 star hotel, and you get what you pay for. Unfortunately, we had to pay a lot more than it was worth ... more
We recently stayed here passing through Wyoming on our way home from a road trip. It's rated as a 2 star hotel, and you get what you pay for. Unfortunately, we had to pay a lot more than it was worth as the whole area was close to being sold out. We also had to unfortunately book on Expedia because of the shortage of rooms in town.
Expedia advertises the hotel as having 2 queen beds in their rooms. They are not. They are full/double beds-not queens. Not sure if that's the fault of the hotel or Expedia, but something to be aware of.
They either do not require masks (despite signage saying otherwise) or just don't care as there were several guests checking in at the same time without them. The woman working at the front desk didn't have hers covering her nose either.
Upon checking in, the front desk agent asked for my ID, which I gave him. I presumed to simply check to make sure it was me who was on the reservation. He then proceeded to type all of my personal information into the computer, so I presume I will be getting much unnecessary communications from Best Western in the future.
During our checkin, the woman at the front desk then came to the agent that was helping us, and interrupted him by saying that it was time for her to go home. He was forced to respond and tell her that wasn't an option at the moment. Very awkward for us. The other front desk agent was in a t-shirt and what appeared to be a bathing suit checking people in. Not sure what was going on there, but it was unprofessional all around.
The hotel is old, and they've done little to update it, but it worked for a night. The walls are paper thin. We could hear the people next to us having a normal volume conversation and could hear every word. The people across the hall apparently felt that it was necessary not to ever use their keys and simply leave the deadbolt on so that every time they came and went (which was frequently at all hours of the night and morning) so that it slammed very loudly.
There are other properties in town. Use this as a last resort. less