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112 Tombstone Canyon Road, Bisbee, AZ 85603, United States of America – Show map
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Bikes Available (free)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Featuring an outdoor pool, and a restaurant and bar on site, this hotel is in Bisbee. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Bisbee-Douglas International Airport is a 30-minute drive from the hotel.
Score from 86 reviews Good
Offering a restaurant, historic Bisbee Grand Hotel is located in Bisbee. Free WiFi access is available. Tombstone is 25 minutes’ drive from the hotel.
Score from 13 reviews Good
Originally a historic school house built in 1918, School House Inn Bed & Breakfast is located in Bisbee. Breakfast is served daily. Bisbee Queen Mine Tours is 5 minutes' drive from the property.
Score from 14 reviews Excellent
In historic Brewey Gultch area, this Bisbee, Arizona inn is less than a 5 minute walk to Bisbee Smithsonian Mining Museum. Complimentary Wi-Fi is provided in all rooms.
Score from 17 reviews Very good
Chris-the owner-was very attentive and friendly. Mason was also very nice. We felt like we were well taken care of in a family home style setting. Most hotels and motels are very generic. This had quirky appeal and historic charm. Can't wait to go back.
Great location on the main street.
I loved the decor, the layout, the fact that it's older, and the fact that it's haunted. I had a ghost experience while I was there, and although I was scared while it was happening, I was thrilled that it did. We will definitely stay there again.
It was totally great!
Nice and rustic
Room was on the small size and a bit rough. Was not near as nice as the picture on line appeared. An optical illusion perhaps.
The comfiest bed we have ever slept in.
Hot water took a long time to reach the room.
The place is a fire trap
1) Rooms very unqiue to eachother, the hotel in general was very unique, seemed to be clean, just a very unique experience to Bisbee. They have a Mine that runs into the lobby which is very neat. Staff very friendly.
Beds and rooms are a bit old, bed was a little to firm for my liking, and heater needs to be upgraded. Breakfast needs to improve, hardly but two items to choose from
Loved the 100+ year old building, and the owner and his staff were exceptionally friendly. Parts of the building showed some wear and tear, but no big deal as to be expected in an older building, and the rooms were quite clean and very comfortable. Overall a great value.
A bit of noise from the road, but not bad.
I like the uniqueness of the Inn.
Having been there several times before I was disappointed in the hospitality of management. In the past they would go out of their way to make us comfortable. This is not true today. The room we were given had a broken bathroom door and a bad smell. We complained and were given a different room but the replacement wasn't much better. I won't be going back.
I knew the hotel from a previous stay, and I knew what not to expect with respect to modern conveniences. So it may be a little rough at the edges/run down, but it is nostalgic, well located, can't beat the view from the balconies.
Quality of room for the price
Place is very atmospheric if you appreciate a different type of overnight stay. Help yourself breakfast and very comfortable rooms. I hope the Inn flourishes in the future under Chris the New Zealand owner. Staff are all good. The history of the place is extremely interesting.
My wife and I really enjoy this place and have visited each time we have come to Arizona so obviously we will not criticise but we could see why other more fussy people might. However I think that the charm of the place will win many over.
Walls so thin could hear neighbors talking, snoring. People party late on balcony you could hear every word and their smoking drift into the room. Early risers talking on balcony so still no sleep. Glad we only booked one night. Will not go back.
The bed. And the location.
Condition of property.
The ambiance , the view is amazing ,within walking distance of everything. It was lush and green I loved the ivy on the patio trail out back is nice but alittle overgrown.the room was clean and interesting. coffee was available all-day. Staff very friendly!!
Continental breakfast was a little lame...but still for the price it was an awesome adventure we would recommend it good value
Staff is wonderful 100% of the time!! Very helpful and welcoming.
The staff is great, location is good, place has a nice historic feel.
The room, while comfortable, was very musty. I use a CPAP (breathing machine) to sleep, and I thought that would take care of it, but it did not.
This is an older property that oozes personality. The facility is in need of refurbishment in some places and some of the furniture is older. But the inn has a funky, eclectic, homey vibe and lots of character, much like Bisbee itself. I especially liked the porch, which is a great spot for relaxing and people watching. Though not fancy, the room was clean and comfortable.
Nice history. Unique.
No tv, Not very warm water on 3rd. floor.
Location was good, facility is very old and historical. I liked the long porch with chairs, nice breeze and view.
Bedding, pillows and towels were very old and worn. They need to be replaced!!!. Pillows were flat and not comfortable. It took several minutes before the shower water got hot. The breakfast donuts from Safeway were terrible. At half the price, this would all be fine, but at $100/ night, this is iunacceptable.
Did not get the room we booked online! No tv and the contenental breakfast was donuts? Not what we saw on the internet! One hundred dollars we paid for 1 night stay what a ripp off!
Location is great. Well is fascinating; sight of first copper discovery in the area. History is tremendous.
Could stand some physical improvement.
Hotel history was fascinating. Creative names for the rooms. Most convenient to downtown historic district.
WiFi was very weak. Streaming was difficult to maintain. No shelf for bathroom toiletries.
Staff was excellent! Close to downtown.
The building is historical but that doesn't mean that the rooms can't look better than they do. Carpet was old and dingy. Bathroom floor had exposed, rotting wood near the sink/door. My husband wouldn't take a shower there because the shower looked old and dirty.
The funkily imaginative decor and sense of local history more than made up for the rustic overall feeling. For people accustomed to the standards that prevail in more modern chain hotels, this might not be the right place, but people like that probably would not want to stay overnight in Bisbee anyway - as the town is easily doable in a day trip from Tucson, for instance. The atmosphere is very much in keeping with the quirky mixture of old mining town and bohemian artistic community that Bisbee is today - as characterised by one T-shirt that we saw on sale referring to the city as "Mayberry on acid".
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