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Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel Cody, Wyoming

Step back in time….Buffalo Bill built The Irma in 1902, featuring amenities that would appeal to the worldly visitors he foresaw. Today, you can stay in historic rooms that housed some of the most famous personalities the world has known. You can even stay in Buffalo Bill’s private suite.

His plan was to have travelers stay and dine at the hotel while in route to Yellowstone. His vision continues today. The hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places. The cherry wood bar, a gift from Queen Victoria, is one of the most-photographed features in Cody. You can dine on The Irma’s famous prime rib. Choose from an expansive selection at breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets; or select from a full menu.

Plan to dine and stay the night at this historic hotel. Fancy enough for royalty and comfortable enough for everyone, the Irma Hotel is the heart of Cody, Wyoming!


Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel

1192 Sheridan Avenue, Cody, WY 82414 • 307-587-4221 • IrmaHotel.com


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