On the east side of Yellowstone National Park, by the Buffalo Bill Reservoir on Route 14, is the infamous Buffalo Bill’s Irma Hotel. Built in 1902 by the man himself, Buffalo Bill Cody named it for his daughter, Irma. The Irma Hotel has greeted legendary guests like Annie Oakley and Frederic Remington. You can even book a night in Buffalo Bill’s private suite. The Irma is the perfect starting point before you journey through the east gate of Yellowstone National Park. You can have your meals at the Irma Restaurant & Grill, then enjoy live music at The Irma Silver Saddle Saloon. Or, grab a hot cup of java and relax on the Irma Front Porch. Get a good night’s sleep before heading into Yellowstone, where you’ll see some of the most iconic natural landmarks in America. You can drive through Yellowstone, but hiking is highly recommended. There are plenty of guided tours in the park.
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