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Step back in time...into the old west of today, at the Irma Hotel - a place that Buffalo Bill Cody called "a gem". The historic Irma Hotel hosted Buffalo Bill's Wild West show tryouts and European nobility who headquartered there for hunting trips.The historic section of the hotel...
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You only have to walk through the door to feel the history oozing out of the walls.
Friendly welcome, quick and efficient check in despite my numerous date changes before arrival, lovely western shop ...... I could go on miss this and miss the grandeur...More
We loved the Irma Hotel! I'm a huge Buffalo Bill fan so this was a real bonus for me. The hotel was beautiful! They did a wonderful job updating the place but keeping the old fashioned charm. I felt like I was staying in someone's...More
Stayed at The Irma for 2 nights - it was great. Right in the center of town and ample parking for guests. Rooms are spacious with everything you need for a visit to Cody or just on your way to Yellowstone. Great coffee shop across...More
We sat at a table outside for lunch. Service was very slow and the server got our order wrong multiple times, and then charges us for his errors. Took over two hours to get our lunch. Then when i got my food there was a...More
Stayed two nights in a large room with sitting area. Our room had no outside windows, but had skylights, so was plenty bright and quiet at night. Bed was comfortable. Only downside is that there is no elevator, but that is common in many of...More