David and I were in Bisbee to celebrate our anniversary, but we nearly froze instead of celebrating in the bedroom with the king-size bed. We slept with wool sox on as the many windows must have been single-paned and the single furnace register could not keep the small bedroom and tiny bath warm. Also, the furnace was so noisy, earplugs were necessary to block out its noisy blast.
We also never saw the owner or manager. We waited around for hours since the office door had a "Closed" sign until we accidentally discovered the keys had been left in the unlocked room.
The room itself was uncomfortably furnished although the bed was great. There were only two spindly bistro chairs but no comfortable lounging-type furniture and we found only one wine glass in the cupboard.
We would not stay here again and certainly do not recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We're conveniently located in Bisbee's Historic District near shops & dining; a 100-year old establishment where your privacy is respected, the inn features one king and one queen suite, each with cable TV, wet bar, private bath and deck overlooking Castle Rock and Tombstone Canyon. ... more less