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Old 09-09-2011, 11:48 AM
 
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Moving to CHEYENNE,WY in end of OCT. 2011 Looking for any Info on Places I can STAY at Motels for 1 month, and any Prices on Motels that Rent Monthly. Thanks any Info would be Great.
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:40 PM
 
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Best to inquire directly, the accomodations range from a Holiday Inn or Homestead Suites down to the little old motels along Lincolnway.

Hotwire is showing rates in the $65 to $95 per night rate for 2 1/2 to 3 star rated places at this time. I'd be very reluctant to stay at any of the little old motels advertising a $30 (or so) per night rate ....

What I'd do is call the various nicer motels and ask if they will honor a hotwire rate for a month-long stay, and negotiate from there. If nothing else, secure a hotwire rate for a couple of nights and then evaluate if you want to continue staying at the place for a longer time ... then visit the front desk and advise them that your plans have changed and you'd like to stay for awhile.

As October is a pretty slow month for tourism and events here, you should have minimal difficulty securing a place to stay ... even if you decide to check out something comparable to where you're at and visit them to see if they'll beat the rate.

You might also want to call some of the property management companies in town and see if they have a month long vacancy at a rate that will work for you. Currently, Cheyenne has a fairly low rental vacancy rate, but that doesn't mean you won't find something that works for you in the near term.
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:48 PM
 
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We stayed at Cheyenne's Candlewood Suites in June - about mid-60's in dollars. But that was a nightly rack rate. Nice enough hotel. Pretty central to everything downtown. They are a Holiday Inn franchise.
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