First built in 1872, many famous outlaws have stayed at the St. James over the years, including Wyatt Earp, Jesse James, Buffalo Bill Cody, Annie Oakley, Billy the Kid and Thomas James Wright. It is said that some of these spirits still haunt these halls today.
You’ll find unrivaled peace and serenity at the St. James Hotel in Cimarron, New Mexico. It hasn’t always been that quiet. A community full of frontier history, Cimarron and its vintage Hotel are indelibly marked by the turbulent days of westward expansion in northeast New Mexico.
The old Hotel has 12 restored rooms where guests can enjoy the simple but elegant ease of 19th Century furnishings. Accommodations include a variety of singles, doubles, and family rooms with private or shared baths.
The two-story Annex adjacent to the Hotel has an additional 10 rooms with a variety of sleeping options. Single and double rooms, all with private baths and television, offer attractive and comfortable quarters.
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