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Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel
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Reviewed 3 August 2014

Wife and I stayed for 2 nights in a 1st floor room facing the parking lot. The room was large and clean. I would have liked a more comfortable chair to sit in than old chairs which could be used in the restaurant.

The IRMA is in downtown Cody so you can walk all around town without getting back into your car. The restaurant is historic. The place was built early in the 1900's. I loved the photo of the IRMA sitting by itself in Cody.

I would not stay here again for two reasons.

What I did not like is the lack of a sprinkler system in the hotel.....OK so it's historic and the owners probably received a pass because of the IRMA's historical nature. But our safety is #1.

The owner reason for not staying at the IRMA is the lack of security. Our 1st floor room corridor lead directly to a door that led to the street. This door was never secured during our visits. During on 3 days at the IRMA, on two occasions people from the street opened the door to browse the hotel. How do I know this? They asked me. There was another door that led to the parking lot and this door never appeared to be secured.

Come on management, correct this!!

Room Tip: If safety and security is a major concern, then do not stay at the IRMA.
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Allan T
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Reviewed 2 August 2014

We watched the street gun fight , that is held at the Irma Hotel. They encourage you to go in and visit the bar and restaurant. I walked upstairs where the rooms are. Very cool. super high ceilings and woodwork was all fantastic. IF you like old places. Proabably would be a cool place to stay. May be alittle noisy as they have live music and a saloon going.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
Thank Chris S
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Reviewed 25 July 2014

We booked here because of the history of the hotel. We only stayed one night as we were headed to Yellowstone and this was simply a stopping point before the park. The hotel is very cool and the history behind it is neat. It is not fancy by any means but we knew that going in. It is a touristy area so the rates are high but again, we knew that beforehand. The check-in guy was very blunt almost to the point of being rude, sort of like we were an inconvenience for him. Everyone else was friendly. We ate at the restaurant in the hotel and watched the gunfighters that evening. We did walk around the downtown area a little but soon headed back to settle in for the night. The rooms are clean and comfortable which is all we expected. We would stay again if in the area if there wasn't anything cheaper available nearby.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Jerry W
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Reviewed 24 July 2014 via mobile

This hotel was very clean but because all of the furnishings in our historic room were antiques, it smelled old and musty. We actually had to cut our stay short due to my son's allergies. He couldn't handle the musty smell. The decor was lovely - like walking back in time to the 1800's but with all the amenities that you need. The price was reasonable for the area too. The lady at the front desk when we checked in wasn't very friendly, but the other employees seemed nice.

  • Stayed: July 2014
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1  Thank Kae91
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Reviewed 24 July 2014

I felt like I was walking onto the set of an old western movie. The Irma opened in 1902, and the rooms still reflect that period of history. Loved it here. Period furniture, a small sitting area with Victorian loveseat and small steam radiator (but there is modern heat and A/C), floor to ceiling windows, transoms over the doors, pitcher and bowl in the bedroom, and old fashion toilet with high water tank that flushes by pulling a string. Very clean, in excellent repair and upkeep. Convenient to all attractions and both the trolley and the bus to the rodeo stop at the end of the porch. Restaurant downstairs serves good, reasonably priced food, but as noted in several other reviews, service is slow to non-existent. If you choose to stay here, be aware there is no cell phone service and only spotty internet, no elevator, no "extras", and parking is limited and in the public parking lot down the street (although they will allow you to park in front of the hotel to load and unload). And it is expensive - about twice what we normally pay. But it has character and history. In its day, the Irma must have been the ultimate in accommodations. The best of the old west!

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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