“features a gift from Queen Victoria to Buffalo Bill”
The Irma Hotel is a landmark in Cody, Wyoming. It was built by William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, the city's co-founder and namesake who named it after his daughter Irma Cody. A focal point is a famous back bar made of cherry that was a gift given by Queen Victoria to Buffalo Bill.
Love the history of the hotel. We stayed in The Agnes Chaimberlain room (14), one of the historically decorated rooms, and found it to be perfect for giving the family a little taste of the old west. We heard the place might be haunted so I didn't tell my daughters that tidbit until the morning... There is no better way to get two teenage girls out of bed in the morning! Our bed was a little lumpy but it was a memorable place and I would come again.
Talk about an old-west feel! You can sit on the front porch and watch the "gunfight" each evening in the summer. Also, grab a drink at the bar given to Bill Cody by Queen Victoria.
For a little extra you can even stay in Buffalo Bill's private suite!
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