Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel in Cody, Wyoming.
Step back in time... into the old west of today.
Visit the Irma Hotel – a place that Buffalo Bill Cody called "a gem" just outside of Yellowstone National Park. He built the hotel in 1902 and named it for his daughter, Irma. Today, you can stay in historic rooms that housed some of the most famous personalities the world ever has known, including Frederic Remington, Annie Oakley and Calamity Jane. You can even stay in Buffalo Bill's private suite. There are a host of other historic or non-historic rooms, all with up-to-date amenities and air conditioning.
While at Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel, sample our famous prime rib; choose from an expansive selection at our breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets; or select from our full menu. Enjoy a drink and friendly camaraderie in the Silver Saddle Saloon. Or, sit on the porch where Buffalo Bill and Irma sat, and enjoy a meal while you experience the sites of Cody. Fancy enough for royalty and comfortable enough for cowboys and cowgirls, the Irma Hotel is the heart and spirit of Cody, Wyoming!