One of the first lodging properties in Cody, Wyoming, the Irma Hotel, “Buffalo Bill’s Hotel in the Rockies,” is still in operation to this day. F.S. Hiscock photo, Cody, Wyoming, 1908. Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, Wyoming. Vincent Mercaldo Collection. P.71.1696
Check out these helpful contacts to book your lodging when you visit Cody, Wyoming, and the surrounding Yellowstone area.
Park County Travel Council, 307.587.2297: County-wide information, activities, places to stay, and more
Cody Country Chamber of Commerce, 307.587.2777: Cody hotels, motels, restaurants, and more
Lodges of East Yellowstone, 307.587.9595: Lodging along the North Fork of the Shoshone River between Cody and Yellowstone National Park
Dude Ranchers’ Association, 866.399.2339: Dude ranches throughout the U.S., including those in the Cody area.