The price is $139 per night from Sep 1 to Sep 2$139
Sep 1 - Sep 2
4.3/5 Excellent! (1,001 reviews)
"Thanks for asking. As a business person I can appreciate where you're at and your overall plan to provide the best service possible. May I suggest doormats in front of the door at the lower level so the stones on our shoes get knocked off before entering. And another inside. The sheets were very ..."
The price is $90 per night from Aug 9 to Aug 10$90
Aug 9 - Aug 10
3.3/5 (465 reviews)
Great staff in a budget motel
"This is a great budget hotel in a good location. Remember, it is a budget hotel so lower those expectations. They have clean beds. Room condition was ok. Location is good. The best thing about this hotel is the friendly and super helpful staff."
The price is $119 per night from Aug 9 to Aug 10$119
Aug 9 - Aug 10
3.5/5 Good! (974 reviews)
"Booked online last minute. Last room in town due to Yellowstone closure and evacuation. Late in the evening check in was quick and easy. Extremely friendly, helpful staff. Sent a couple of extra waters with us, which seems small, but greatly appreciated when riding motorcycle. Great bed, shower, ..."
The price is $143 per night from Aug 14 to Aug 15$143
Aug 14 - Aug 15
3.8/5 Good! (613 reviews)
"We actually loved this hotel. It was beautifully appointed with flower pots and lots of outdoor seating. It is a very simple and basic hotel but the service was excellent and welcoming. Would definitely stay here again."
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Because you’ll save on your room, you can enjoy all that Cody has to offer. Top sights to visit include Yellowstone National Park.
Motel properties often include free parking, and many also include an outdoor pool. Often one or two stories tall, motel properties usually have outdoor access to guestrooms from the parking lot. The first motels popped up in the 1920s as convenient lodging for the weary traveler driving along America’s major roadways.
Big Bear Motel: Enjoy access to the seasonal outdoor pool, and freebies including WiFi and parking. A Wyoming Inn: Free WiFi and free parking are available during your stay, along with room amenities like a microwave. Sunrise Motor Inn: Enjoy access to the seasonal outdoor pool, and freebies including breakfast, WiFi, and parking. Cody Cowboy Village: Free WiFi, free parking, and a computer station are available during your stay. Skyline Motor Inn: Enjoy access to the business center, and freebies including WiFi and parking.
Expedia has 10 motels in Cody.
In this historical area, you can enjoy the fascinating museums and beautiful parks while you’re sightseeing. People visiting Cody have good things to say about the art scene. These are some of the parks and outdoorsy places: Yellowstone National Park, Shoshone National Forest, and Monster Lake. Attractions the whole family can enjoy include Old Trail Town and Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede Arena. During your trip, here are some other places to visit: Cody Dug Up Gun Museum, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, and Cody Firearms Museum.
Weather can make or break a roadtrip, so here’s some data about year-round temperatures in Cody to help you plan yours: The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 65°F, while the coldest months are December and January with an average of 29°F. The snowiest months in Cody are April, March, February, and December, with each month seeing an average of 7 inches of snowfall.
We’ve gathered some information about getting around Cody to help you navigate your stay: Fly into Cody, WY (COD-Yellowstone Regional), which is located 1.8 mi (2.9 km) away from the city center. If you’d like to venture out around the area, you may want a rental car for your journey.
Recent Reviews in Cody
expedia verified reviews
"This place was so modern and clean, family and pet friendly. Also, very close to Yellowstone. Highly recommend."
A verified traveler stayed at Hampton Inn & Suites Cody
"Room was clean and up to part. Very convenient to have the 8th St restaurant at the hotel. We didn’t use any of the amenities unfortunately. Staff was very courteous and professional.
Very close to hiking stores to pick up last minute items, Walmart, Old Trail Town, and an entrance to the Shoshone river. "
A verified traveler from League City stayed at Best Western Premier Ivy Inn & Suites
"It was clean and well kept. Easy access to many activities. We could walk to many of the attractions we wanted to check out. We do like to have a little refrigerator and microwave in our unit since we carry fruit and snacks with us. We missed not having that. My husband also loves his coffee so likes to make it himself often."
A verified traveler stayed at Buffalo Bill Village Cabins
"It was a great three day visit. This place doesn’t have an elevator which would be beneficial if you have trouble with stairs. We didn’t ask but a couple said while staying there was accommodated with a lower level room. Overall good place to stay and not overly pricey like the others. "
A verified traveler stayed at Buffalo Bill's Antlers Inn
"The location provided walkable access to the city stores, dining and lounge facilities. The breakfast was very good and filling and provided in what looked to be part of an old saloon room behind a tourist gift shop that also had lots of nice things to buy. Breakfast service staff were very helpful and friendly."
A verified traveler from Fort Worth stayed at Comfort Inn at Buffalo Bill Village Resort