The Copper City Inn was a clean quiet location on the end of the main street and for my young legs close enough to walk downtown. The amenities where nice. The walls are thin, and you're not warned about it until you read the info in the room after you've checked in. I did expect more than the small breakfast we were offered. For the money I spent on the room I would expect more for breakfast. But it overall it was pleasant we luckily had quite neighbors.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the quiet end of the Bisbee historic district, and steps away from restaurants, shopping, and museums, the3 rooms of the Inn are safely accessed via digital codes. Distinctly differently decorated rooms-Art Deco, Mission, European- have premium queen beds, excellent reading light, desks, chairs, refrigerators. Large in-room bathrooms have hair dryers magnifying mirrors, quality body care products, and thick fluffy towels. Each room has a large balcony overlooking the canyon and street scene. There is free wireless access, flat screen TV with DVD, complimentary bottles of wine and bottled water, organic coffee, free voucher for off-site continental breakfast, and off street parking directly in front of the Inn. ... more less