This was our second stay at the Irma and we loved it just as much as we did the first time. It has so much history and charm. We stayed in the Buffalo Bill suite which was a 2 bedroom suite. The bathroom had a claw foot bathtub with a shower, toilet and sink. The bedroom had a king size bed and a flat screen TV. The living room had a couch, a plush chair, a flat screen TV and a desk. All very comfortable. The room was immaculately clean which I can imagine is not easy to do in such an historic building that gets so much traffic.
The restaurant, bar and patio are gathering spots for locals and tourists alike. There is quite a mix of people at the Irma.
The hotel is right downtown so it is easy to walk to shops, restaurants and nightlife. Parking is free in the hotel's parking lot.
One thing to note: this is an historic building. There is no elevator or bell staff that I could see so if carrying you suitcase upstairs might be a problem, this may not be the place for you. Otherwise this is a memorable place to stay.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking