The Cheyenne Area
Our hotel’s convenient location puts you only a mile from all downtown Cheyenne has to offer. Splurge on all our free amenities, including free high-speed Internet access and free calls to local businesses. Whether you’re staying in town or just passing through, our staff wants to make your stay at La Quinta as enjoyable and stress free as possible. Wake up each morning on a pillow-top mattress, and then head down to the lobby to feast upon a free Bright Side Breakfast®. With options like waffles, various cereals, and fresh fruit, you can’t go wrong. If you’re on the go, grab your linens and use our guest laundry facilities. When you stay at our hotel, we only have one goal in mind—excellent service.
Need to make a quick pit stop? Our hotel is located at the I-80 and I-25 junction. There’s even ample parking for larger vehicles. Dozens of nearby restaurants can satisfy any appetite, including Poor Richard’s Pub & Restaurant and Avanti Italian. If you’re visiting on vacation, we are less than 10 miles away from area favorites, such as the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and the Metcalfe Art Gallery and Museum. Take advantage of our hotel’s free amenities before heading back out to spend time with nature at Terry Bison Ranch and Frontier Park. Our hotel offers the very best of Wyoming, allowing you to explore history at the state capitol and Old West Museum.
Hotel Services and Amenities
With our many free amenities at your disposal, it’s no wonder La Quinta is the choice of many visiting the Cheyenne area. Whether traveling by yourself or the whole family, our hotel can be your home away from home. Head down to the outdoor pool and enjoy a swim. Don’t worry if you need to finish up a few things for the office while you’re here. With our free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, you can wrap up the paperwork in no time. And, after you wake up, head downstairs to feast upon our delicious—and might we add free—Bright Side Breakfast.
Enjoy Wyoming stress- and worry-free. The largest city in Wyoming, Cheyenne is home to the world’s largest outdoor rodeo. Named for the Wyoming native, Curt Gowdy State Park features granite towers and rocky trails. Feel free to hike, ski, or rock climb among its hills throughout the seasons. If you’re looking for a change in scenery, look no further than Cheyenne Botanic Gardens. The attraction is home to many different types of wildlife, and the lush greenery can help lull anything that may be at the forefront of your mind. Then, head toward the state capitol to view a piece of history. The beautiful grounds are well worth the visit, and many elected officials come out to chitchat with visitors.