Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel

1192 Sheridan Ave, Cody, 82414-3628, WY

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Opened in 1902, Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel is the centerpiece of Cody, Wyoming. This historic hotel—named after Buffalo Bill’s youngest daughter and built to be the region’s most luxurious hotel—will take your family back to the Old West! Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, Irma offers simply furnished guestrooms with one king, one queen, two double, or two queen beds; some rooms also have one double and two single beds. Kids will get a kick out of the old-fashioned toilets in some of the rooms—you have to pull a chain to flush!

Be sure to make reservations for the prime rib buffet at the onsite Irma Restaurant and Grille (where breakfast and lunch are also served), and browse the hotel’s darling gift shop.

Bonus: The Wild Bunch performs a nightly, free-admission skit right outside of the Irma Hotel, and the Cody Trolley Tours kiosk/departure point is located onsite, too.

Our Editor Loves

  • Historic hotel
  • Onsite dining
  • Free Wi-Fi

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining


Full of History

by flametamer911

From the outside, you get to enjoy the historical western architecture. When you go inside, you are in awh of the static displays and animal heads hanging in the hall way and old pictures. Then you go into the restaurant which has the original bar from the day and more different displays.

Pristine and Nostalgic

by gravesnloudon

We had so much fun at the Irma. We felt like we were at Miss Kitty’s Place in Dodge City! The staff was attentive. The front porch was inviting. The nightly events were a blast....blast from the past. Booking this hotel was the best decision. We slept like babies in the comfy bed. The decor was just as I would have dreamed. We had the amenities we needed but also the charm of days past. We stayed in the Irma Suite. Don’t expect elevators in this early 1900 hotel. Enjoy the gorgeous staircase. Sit on the porch and have a beer while meeting great people, both locals and other tourists. We can’t wait to go back! Wish we had stayed longer than two nights.