Buffalo Bill'S Irma Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBuffalo Bill'S Irma Hotel Cody
We stayed at the Irma for one night on our way to Yellowstone. The room was smallish but clean and had a high ceiling. We had been staying in chain hotels on our trip and this place felt more like home. Would definitely stay here again.
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Only a short drive before we are entering Wyoming and soon after a detour off the highway to Devils tower: a huge mountain that protrudes out of the rolling prairies that is considered sacred to the native tribes connected to the area. It was an amazing sight among the black hills and although we didn't go into the park itself we still got some …
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