Our room was cute, but the radiator made it so hot and loud that as had to check out at midnight and go somewhere else. It’s an old building, so I understand they weren’t able to change anything. Next time we will just try the restaurant.
We stayed here in Sept. 2019. We couldn't wait to stay and eat here and it didn't disappoint. We stayed in room 37. It was very comfortable and very quiet. The beds were great and the room very clean along with the whole hotel. We ate in the dining area for both breakfast and supper and both were excellent. The breakfast was buffet style. We attended the shoot out and it was a great time. We didn't encounter any ghosts even though we were hopeful we would. The hotel keeps most of the old west charm with just the right amount of modern amenities. All staff were helpful and polite. This is a must stay if you are ever in Cody.
Visted while on a late visit to Yellowstone National Park. After Season (it was October) there was not any shootout outside. However, the hotel had a wonderful old atmosphere (THE OLD WOODEN BAR WAS AMAZING). The hotel did offer free pick up service from the airport in Cody. The driver who picked us up was quite the character and got us hooked immediately by boasting that the person checking us in would give us the history of the old hotel (also about the supposed "Haunted" rooms). We were disappointed when the host to check us in was having an off day and seemed stressed and lacking personality. However, the hotel itself was indeed very historic. The room was very comfortable (yes, the pipes knocked, but look at the age of the hotel). Very good service at the restaurant (food was adequate nothing more). The host the next day was amazing and saw him perform magic for a young guest, plus gave some historical information. Don't know about any of the buffets as after season, they do not offer buffets. This place is a MUST SEE.…
Decided to break up along drive into Yellowstone by staying at an iconic old hotel. What a treat....love the town and the IRMA is the best. The room was very comfortable, clean and quiet. A fantastic sleep after a rollicking, good time with the evening re-enactment of some wild, wild WEST historical antics.
The Irma Hotel was named about William Cody's daughter, of Buffalo Bill fame, who helped found Cody. It has a saloon and a large restaurant, both of which we tried. We had a pleasant drink in the saloon, which is set up to reflect the days of its founder. We went for an afternoon meal in the restaurant, which meant that we missed by an hour the very popular buffet option that starts at 5pm. We opted for the standard steak dishes, and enjoyed the meals, but found that the portions were too large to finish. So we got carry-out containers to finish off our meals later. The service was attentive and the food reliable, so we enjoyed our experience.