There are many places to stay in Bisbee, mostly it depends on if you like it quiet or raucous. Downtown can be loud. There are a few places to stay dwntown that are close in and quiet though. Airbnb-type rentals have taken off here as of late as well. See our reviews below the map for reviews and information to guide you to the best place to stay in Bisbee.
The Copper Queen Hotel still stands majestic after more than 100 years. Worth a look around the lobby and saloon. Relax with a drink on the front patio. Take a Ghost Tour. 11 Howell Ave.; Bisbee, AZ 85603
Hi, I’m Jim Gressinger. Please join me on Southern Arizona Guide’s exclusive Bisbee Overnight Tour. This is a boutique charter tour. Many of the places we will visit will be open only to our small group. If you have a group of 4 or more we can make arrangements. Here’s …Continue reading
I stayed one July night in the least expensive room ($99) at the Canyon Rose Suites and found it a pleasant experience. Built at the turn of the previous century, this old Allen Building was originally constructed for a furniture manufacturing operation. It was acquired by owners Brett & Alison …Continue reading
There are at least as many places of lodging in Bisbee as there are reasons to visit Bisbee in the first place. Most of the hotels & inns are old … a hundred years old or more. They are definitely charming, but sometimes inconvenient or uncomfortable, and almost never handicap-friendly. …Continue reading
For reasons I cannot explain, Bisbee has some of the very best restaurants in Southern Arizona. Fortuitously, Bisbee also has a couple of fine old hotels. The Hotel San Ramón is one. Bisbee’s historic district is one of the finest examples of early 20th century American cities anywhere. Just walking …Continue reading
I have had the pleasure of staying in many historical hotels & inns, including European castles. Considering their antiquity, travelers have to decide if the experience of living temporarily in a relic is worth doing without certain modern amenities and putting up with a few quirks & inconveniences.
I was given a tour of the Inn At Castle Rock recently. What a delightful old hotel. Built for local miners in 1895 by the first mayor of Bisbee, the Inn has 14 comfortably furnished rooms, all with their own theme: Asian, Geronimo, Sultan’s Harem … you get the idea. “Eclectic” would be a gross understatement. Somewhere between quaint and quirky. But none so outlandish that I would describe it as “kinky”.