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Historic Hotel Greybull

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602 Greybull Ave.
Greybull, WY 82426



Comfort, elegance and history are yours to enjoy as a guest of Historic Hotel Greybull. Our 1914 hotel has been caringly restored so that you might re-experience it's grandeur and western hospitality.

The old hotel at the main intersection in Greybull was built in the boom days of the railroad in the Old West and offers the opportunity to enjoy those olden times.

Enter at the lobby downstairs and then go up the stairway to find our nine rooms, each with its own personality and decor.We can accommodate singles, couples, or families by the day or week. You can choose one of our rooms or the two-bedroom suite - fully equipped with a kitchen and living room.

Join fellow guests at Mylo's in the lobby for coffee, tea, espresso or ice cream and socialize, read, or watch TV. A continental breakfast is served during the summer months.


  • In Room
  • Cable TV
  • Full Bath
  • Television
  • On Premises
  • Restaurant
  • General
  • Free Continental Breakfast

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