My room was the Wyatt Earp Suite! How appropriate, since I had a veranda overlooking the original Boot Hill, where a number of Earp's deposed outlaw victims were buried. I was so pleased with the accommodations, I stayed an extra night. The Dodge City visit was on my bucket list, so I wanted to enjoy it in style. Kurt and Enid know the area well and will guide you through with their recommendations. The Boot Hill Museum and Experience are literally right next door, approximately 150 feet away. Visit the Museum and the Front Street reproduction. It is hokey and hokey, but worth the $30 dollars. Dinner, Gunfight and Show. If you travelled all the way to get to this "out of the way place & Era", you might as well do it up right and enjoy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spend a night or three in a grand old house at the top of Boot Hill, featuring the "Best Breakfast in the West." Relive the old west at Boothill Museum (across the street), walk the Trail of Fame in Downtown Dodge, see a show at the Depot Theater Co. Dinner Theater located in the Historic Sante Fe Depot, or visit historic buildings like the Mueller-Schmidt House (the House of Stone), and the Carnegie Center for the Arts. ... more less