Downtown loft apartment. Our block has great shops, restaurants and bars. Laramie is near Snowy Range with great hiking and skiing.
The space was incredibly unique! I was in town with two colleagues for work at the University. Sleeping arrangements were manageable for the short trip but are not noted in the description - there it is 3 bedrooms with a Queen, a twin and kids bunkbeds (also a sofa pullout and various mattresses in the back). It is 2 bathroom, but only one shower in the master bedroom (the other is a tub). Fantastic location near shops and restaurants. No wi-fi so we had to walk over to a coffee shop. Overall a great stay and I would recommend it.
Karen was very friendly and quick to respond to questions about the apartment. She welcomed my group and gave us excellent directions on where to park. She was also very flexible on the check-in and check-out time. The apartment was huge and provided a lot of space for a large group. The only somewhat negative thing about the apartment was the sleeping arrangements. There were a couple larger beds, but the others were twin size with 2 of those being bunk beds. I wish the sizes of the beds were listed in the description. The location was great for walking to shops and restaurants, but it is right across the street from a popular bar and is noisy when you are trying to sleep. Overall, it was a very charming apartment and had a lot of character! I would stay here again!
This was a fun, quirky 2nd-floor apartment above a store in downtown Laramie. It is a charming and probably historical space. I'd love to hear the story the walls could tell. It was furnished with the necessities for cooking, although we only made coffee while there. There are many restaurants and shops within a few blocks. Karen was kind and flexible with check-in. She was responsive to questions before and during our stay. One bathroom has a tub/shower and the other has a claw-foot tub. It was a fun change from a typical hotel room.