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Copper Queen Hotel

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Copper Queen Hotel

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11 Lowell Ave, Bisbee, AZ 85603-1131
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Tombstone and Bisbee Sightseeing Tour with Saguaro N.P.
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Tombstone and Bisbee Sightseeing Tour with Saguaro N.P.

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Walk around the famed Old West town of Tombstone and see how the Wild West was won. <br><br>Witness a gunfight at the historic O.K. Corral and later, enjoy lunch in the area.<br><br>Get a chance to walk the streets of the most preserved copper mining town in the Southwest, Bisbee, AZ. <br><br>Stop at Saguaro N.P. Visitor Center to get great photos of the mighty Saguaro Cactus.
$250.00 per adult
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Kathy L wrote a review Jan 2020
Sterling, alaska4 contributions17 helpful votes
I don't know where to start, and my immediate advice is don't stay there.....EVER!. The elevator smelled like burnt sulfur and the 3rd floor hallway ceiling tiles were stained and falling down. Entering the room I was dumb struck at its shabby appearance and generally dirty condition. The window was so dirty inside and out, the amount of light that could come into the room was dim. The carpet was not vacuumed and the base boards were covered in accumulated dust and crud. The toilet was black on the inside rim and the toilet seat was broken. No drinking water or blow dryer was in the room and the shampoo soap dispensers were almost empty. I took pictures and I wish I could post them. $172 dollars.....The bed was comfortable and clean, the only good thing I could say about this room. The antiquity is interesting, and this hotel is in desperate need of refurbishing. The only reason we stayed in the room....it was late and our options were few.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MNMarie wrote a review Jan 2020
Tucson, Arizona62 contributions38 helpful votes
Read this if you have reserved a room here for 2020. Their reservation system crashed and they lost all the data, including who has reserved a room. People are showing up with confirmations but no room because there is no record of the reservation. Call them and rebook if you are planning to stay. The front desk is handling the very difficult situation beautifully, but it is straining everyone. This is a lovely, historic place. The whole building has been maintained and restored to early twentieth century beauty with modern amenities, such as solid Wifi. Your stay will be lovely. Just check your reservation.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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AlaskaMarion wrote a review Mar 2019
Kodiak, Alaska176 contributions33 helpful votes
Locals told us that on Wednesday nights the bar features live music; more like a jam session with what is obviously a group of musicians that love to play together. At the time, it was Los Amigos. Pleasant and fun. Folks stepped in to play a tune, then stepped back for someone else to play. Mandolin, drums, sax, flute, bass, vocals... long list. The best part, the music starts at 7, which is reasonable for this kid who is over 60. Be sure to toss something in the tip bucket.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Debra W wrote a review Dec 2018
Maricopa, Arizona, United States3 contributions1 helpful vote
Have been wanting to stay at the copper queen for years. I finally booked my husband and I in for our anniversary. Ceiling fan so noisy could not use, coffee pot was broken and could not be replaced, room was not made up. The restaurant however was great!! Had my stay here won't be back.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Amanda L wrote a review Feb 2018
27 contributions8 helpful votes
We didn't stay at the hotel but did have an opportunity to tour the grounds, lobby, a guest room and dining area while visiting the bar and it was very charming. The bar is what brought us in and we were not disappointed! On a Tuesday night we never expected the bar to be at capacity, but it was overflowing. There was an old cowboy playing his guitar and singing classic country tunes. Food service from the bar menu was tasty and plentiful (be sure to try the wings and Black & Blue burger as they are incredible). What made the visit was the bartender, Chris. He was very friendly and full of great stories of all the celebrities that have visited Bisbee over the last few decades. It is great to hear about the hidden secrets that brought them to this out of the way vacation spot when escaping the pressures of Hollywood. If you are in the area, take the time to stop by and have a cold drink and snack/meal. Don't forget to ask for Chris, he will make the trip for you!
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Date of experience: January 2018
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