Cody, Wyoming, has everything you need for a fun vacation. There's the amazing Buffalo Bill Historical Center, live music and entertainment, the Cody Nite Rodeo, and shops and galleries, all adding to the Old West atmosphere. Cody is also a base for abundant outdoor recreation and isn't too far from the eastern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. You'll find a range of different lodgings to choose from in Cody, Wyoming, from upscale hotels to family-friendly cabins. Here are my recommendations:
The Cody Hotel is a new upscale hotel built to offer comfortable and gracious guest facilities using environmentally-friendly materials and practices. The Cody's common areas are decorated in an elegant Western style, as are the guest rooms. All of the rooms offer organic toiletries, microwaves, refrigerators, flat screen TVs, and wireless Internet access. Breakfast is included with your room and is served in The Cody's charming Western-themed breakfast room. Other guest facilities include an indoor pool, a fitness center, a business center and library, a gift shop, and a laundry. The Cody's event space can accommodate up to 100 people. The Cody Hotel is conveniently located near Old Trail Town and Cody's Rodeo Grounds.
You'll feel like you've traveled back to the Old West during a stay at this hotel that was originally built by Buffalo Bill Cody back in 1902. Previous guests at the hotel have included Annie Oakley, Frederic Remington, real cowboys, and European nobles. Since those early days the hotel has been renovated and expanded. While there, you can also enjoy Col. Cody's Wild West Gift Emporium, breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Irma's restaurant, and the evening show put on by The Cody Gunfighters.