Featured Stay: The Chamberlin Inn

A hotel with a past as historic as its hometown, the Chamberlin Inn is recognized as one of the finest accommodations in Cody, Wyoming. Located in the heart of downtown, the Chamberlin is situated merely steps from Sheridan Avenue, which hosts endless restaurants, cafés, galleries, boutiques, and bars. With a flawless fusion of modern amenities and vintage decor, the Chamberlin charms guests from all over the world while they adventure and reconnect with the Wild West of East Yellowstone. 

As the eastern gateway community to Yellowstone National Park, Cody not only offers access to the nation’s first national park, but also invites an one-of-a-kind interaction with what remains of the American West. Known for its Western culture and rich history, the town of Cody offers guests and its residents an authentic cowboy experience. The downtown area caters to visitors’ every whim, from shootouts, rodeos, and shops to steakhouses, saloons, and local watering holes. And just around the corner from the main street, sits the Chamberlin Inn.

Beyond its meticulously decorated studios, suites, and cottages, the Chamberlin provides ample social space for cocktails, live music, and conversation in their beautiful sunroom and outdoor courtyard. After a day of horseback riding in the countryside, exploring Yellowstone National Park, or walking along the Shoshone River, sit back and relax in the garden while sipping on a signature Old Fashioned and taking in the scenic vistas of the Absarokas and Bighorn Basin. Or, start your morning snuggled up by the fire while you savor a cup of coffee and complimentary continental breakfast.

A beautiful brickstone building, the Chamberlin functions as a landmark of the community and fosters a romantic, lively atmosphere for guests and locals alike. Originally established as a boarding house by Agnes Chamberlin, the Chamberlin Inn opened in 1903. Agnes had moved from Kansas to Cody and went to work for Buffalo Bill—a legendary soldier, bison hunter, showman, and a founder of the town of Cody—at the Cody Enterprise newspaper office. She soon purchased the vacant lot across the street with her husband, and gradually expanded her property as it evolved into the Chamberlin Hotel. Agnes eventually sold the Chamberlin in 1939, but her legacy is preserved in the hotel’s continued success and reputation as a premier lodging destination in Cody. 

Over the years, the Chamberlin has hosted guests from all walks of life. The most notable being Ernest Hemingway, whose namesake studio suite has been transformed to reflect the author’s lifestyle and serves as a main attraction for the inn. Including the Hemingway Suite, the Chamberlin Inn boasts several individually custom decorated guest rooms as well as multiple cottages nestled within the property’s private, landscaped gardens and courtyard. Each room radiates its own distinctive western elegance with a modern spin, featuring a flatscreen HD TV and Nespresso coffee machine. 

A historical touchstone of Cody, the Chamberlin Inn has discovered the delicate balance between past and present. With entirely unique and antique decor paired with contemporary utilities, it is the ultimate setting to fully immerse yourself in the Cody experience. Whether you’re in search of a Wild West extravaganza or a cozy weekend getaway, book your Cody getaway today and receive 20% off your stay at the Chamberlin Inn when you use the code YELLOWSTONE20.


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