Buffalo Bill'S Irma Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- 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 …
... the road heading west, I take advantage of the open roads and run 90 mph for the next 2.5 hours. In Sheridan,Wy I call Ponderosa camp grounds to let them know my estimate arrival time of 7-7:30pm, I’m informed that if I’m much later than 7pm my cabin key will be tapped to the door with instructions on how to find my cabin. The last leg of today’s trip will wind me up and thru Bighorn National Forrest, one of my favorite rides of the entire trip. This ride ...
... and a messy kitchen. Just wait, I thought… you’ll be surprised.
After dinner, Cody asked me to help decorate his room and we went up and hung the pictures. Mom had also gotten him a quilt and matching curtains with horses and western scenes and he loved them. We hooked up his new computer and a flat screen TV.
“Thanks, Justin,” Cody said as we finished. He stood in the middle of the room and looked around ...
Three buildings where Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and other members of the “Hole in the wall Gang” either lived or frequented,
Curley’s Cabin where this former Crow scout for George Custer lived on the Crow reservation next to the Little Bighorn Battlefield and where Curley is buried in the National Cemetery,
And several stores, blacksmith shops, post office, livery stable, saloon, carpenter ...
... but the fitted the need perfectly.
At the front of the store we were able to sit around and have a wine or beer in font of a blazing fire, knowing that Bears had been chased out of the driveway in recent times and Bison had walked through the property only today. With drinks we sampled buffalo salami. Dinner was a twenty five metre walk across the road at the Log Cabin Café.
After a great nights sleep we had breakfast at the ...