MODERN HOSPITALITY IN AN AUTHENTIC OLD WEST SETTING
Welcome to Hotel Wolf, nestled in the charming town of Saratoga, Wyoming. Since 1893, Hotel Wolf has been a landmark destination for travelers seeking authentic Western hospitality. With a rich history and modern amenities, our hotel offers comfortable accommodations, delicious dining options at our renowned restaurant, and a lively atmosphere at our saloon. Come experience the allure of the Wild West at Hotel Wolf.
THE ROMANCE OF THE OLD WEST
Experience the charm of the Old West with the comforts of the new at the historic Hotel Wolf and Restaurant in downtown Saratoga, Wyoming. Founded in 1893 by Frederick G. Wolf, the hotel has been beautifully restored by local owners Douglass and Kathleen Campbell, offering modern conveniences while preserving its rich history. Stay in a period-style room, dine on freshly prepared cuisine in the elegant restaurant, and relax in the old-time saloon with a beverage selection that includes regional microbrew favorites.
Located in the stunning North Platte Valley, the Hotel Wolf and Restaurant is surrounded by natural beauty, including free hot springs and a Blue Ribbon fishery. Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities year-round, from fishing and hiking to skiing and snowmobiling. Come for a relaxing vacation or to refuel after an adventure in the surrounding mountains. Open year-round, the Wolf Hotel and Restaurant is the perfect destination for those seeking a blend of rich history, modern comforts, and natural beauty.
DINING & SALOON
Our Dining Room and Saloon are open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Lunch: Tuesday through Saturday—11:30 am to 2 pm.
- Dinner: Tuesday through Thursday—6-9 pm. Friday and Saturday —6 pm -9:30 pm.
Sunday and Monday : Dining Room and Lounge are CLOSED.
Please make dinner reservations due to limited seating.
"I really love this place. I fell in love with it 20 years ago. The rooms are unique and beautiful, everything is reasonably priced and the staff is great. It's a great small town experience."
—Heidi P. Aurora, CO