Cody, Wyoming is a perfect spot…
To book a hotel if you are visiting Yellowstone National Park. Founded by famed showman Buffalo Bill Cody, this tourist spot is less than an hour outside of Yellowstone, is the “Rodeo Capital of the World,” is full of colorful characters and interesting historical spots. Here are a few of the lodging options available in this beautiful Wild West town.
The Cody Cowboy Village
This village of luxury log cabins is located close to all of the local activities including the Buffalo Bill Historic Museum and the Cody Rodeo. Rooms have top of the line king or queen size beds and are decorated with a western/cowboy influence. Whether you are looking for a cabin to yourself or one for a group, the Cody can assist you in booking the perfect lodging. There are 40 single rooms and 10 two room suites available that can accommodate up to six persons. To learn more go to codycowboyvillage.com
The Irma Hotel has been a part of Cody, Wyoming’s landscape for so long that it has an endorsement as “a gem” from Buffalo Bill Cody. Of course, Bill would have seen it as a great spot to stay, since he built the spot in 1902 and named it after his daughter. Famous guests of the hotel have included Annie Oakley and Calamity Jane. Today the hotel boasts top of the line renovated rooms with modern amenities, some of the best food in Cody and a beautiful front porch where guests can relax and enjoy each other’s company. To book a room or read more about the hotel’s history go to irmahotel.com.
If you are looking for something a little less rustic and more on the side of “luxury lodging,” then head over to the Cody Hotel. This spot provides luxurious accommodations, a prime proximity to all the tourist hot spots and upscale amenities. Located one-quarter mile from the Cody Rodeo Arena and less than an hour from Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance, it is the perfect spot to call home while visiting Cody. Additional information is available at thecody.com.
There is a lot of history to be explored in Cody, Wyoming. Come for a visit. Stay for a while.