Visitors who want to be near the Stockyards can't miss at this National Trust landmark hotel, which has been "been housing cowboys and outlaws" since 1907. In its youth, the Stockyards Hotel provided shelter for cattle barons and their families, as well as traveling cowboys, merchants, and foreign dignitaries. A recent renovation has resulted in rooms that reflect one of four period decors: Victorian, Mountain Man, Western, or Native American. The hotel does not have room service, but the on-site restaurant does offer food to go. Cribs, highchairs, cots, and in-room refrigerators are available.