Built in AV, Meetings up to 45 People
Host your next gathering in the Vista de la Luna meeting area. The Meeting Room room offers dramatic views of the Rocky Mountains. The room also features a full built in audio/visual system. Public wifi for your meeting attendees. Book this meeting room with overnight guest rooms for additional discounts.
The Meeting Area offers a relaxing environment with:
- Casual or formal seating
- Built in A/V system
- Available break out areas
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A Wonderful Place With Wonderful Hosts
Vista de la Luna is unique and beautiful and like no other! Paul and Lynn hosted us this summer for a family event, and they were very attentive to every detail. I cannot say enough about their kind and competent hospitality and the lovely, lovely setting. Thanks, Paul and Lynn, for a wonderful time and all the hard work you put in to make our stay outstanding! Highly recommended!
Top Notch Jewel of Wyoming!
Stopped in for just one night and the experience was amazing. Paul and Lynn’s B&B is a true expression of what a B&B should be. The attention to detail is prominent in the entire property. Our room was pristine and highlighted local Laramie art and history. The entire B&B offers strong WiFi for those needing to stay connected. Whether you are passing through or looking for a retreat Vista de Luna is an absolute must. Oh and don’t forget to browse the gift shop to take some memories home.
Lin and Paul have created a wonderful place to visit and explore the Cheyenne, Laramie and nearby state parks. Lots of room for guests to relax and large bedrooms. Friendly and welcoming the five nights we experienced were just what we wanted. Breakfast was so delicious and Lin was accommodating to our schedule too. Our experience was one that deserves our highest rating.
Wow Does Not Begin to Describe It!
Located between Laramie & Cheyenne just off of I-80 on old US Route 30 (which is now a gravel road but that’s another story), Vista de la Luna is amazing! Purpose built over 3 years, VdlL defies description. You walk into a 50 foot soaring atrium, there is a theater for small concerts, breakfasts are yummy with the conversations even better, Sage (the greyhound) is adorable, there are drinks in the fridge in the common area as well as coffee, tea, and hot chocolate, rooms are spacious with comfy beds, I could go on & on. Lynn & Paul are smart, funny, and full of helpful hints on the area – amble down the road to the Ames Monument located on what was once the highest point of the transcontinental railway – it is all mind-blowing. Do check out their website. Photos do not do it justice, even I could not capture it on film or video. It would be perfect for a family gathering. Thank you for a marvelous stay!