The Best Lodging in Tombstone is not necessarily “IN” Tombstone. If you want a bed, there are plenty. If you want a nice respite, harder to find. We will endeavor to find the better accommodations within a short distance of Tombstone without traveling to Bisbee, so check us out on your next trip to Tombstone. Clicking on any hotspot will bring up an article.
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On the last Saturday of August, Ms. Karen, Ms. Rosemary & I headed for Tombstone to enjoy Twilight. That event is when the shops in the Historic District remain open after dark. Tombstone At Twilight is experienced differently than during the day. At night, The Town Too Tough To Die …Continue reading
An hour and 15 minute drive southeast from Tucson can land you in the most famous town of the Old West: Tombstone, Arizona. We have visited Tombstone so many times that we know better than to not expect the unexpected. Tombstone has more gunfights in its streets than Chicago. The …Continue reading
05/23/2014 – If you can believe almost 500 TripAdvisor reviews, the Larian Motel is the best lodging in Tombstone. A recent visit to the Larian helped me understand why it’s so highly touted. Here are 6 reasons to stay at the Larian Motel when you visit Tombstone. The Larian is …Continue reading
On the 4th Saturday of each month, Tombstone merchants on Allen Street have stayed open after sundown for an event they call Tombstone At Twilight. I photographed the goings on in January and had such a good time that I returned at the end of April 2014 with Ms. Karen …Continue reading
I must say, it was a pleasant experience. Not because the Bordello is fancy. It’s not. But the bed was comfortable, the garden and pool area most pleasant. And the hostess, Ms. Lynda, a delight. The Tombstone Bordello has another advantage. It’s only a five minute walk to THE MAIN EVENT – the OK Corral, Big Nose Kate’s, Crystal Palace, Bird Cage Theater, and the Old Courthouse Museum.