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Copper Queen Hotel

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San Diego
Reviewed 20 December 2013

We stayed at this hotel because we're into ghosts and this is a haunted hotel. We stayed in an actual haunted room, the Julia Lowell room on the 3rd floor. We loved this hotel. The room was a nice size near the back of the hotel. Not much of a view from our room but we weren't there for that....

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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 12 December 2013

We recently took some friends from Chicago would never been outside of Phoenix to the Karschner Caverns and Bisbee. We stayed at the Copper Queen. This quaint and historic hotel is now family run and is slowly being returned to its days of glory. It is a historic marvel. It is period, clean, good beds, period fixtures and tubs. Everything...

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Oro Valley, Arizona
Reviewed 4 December 2013

We were looking for a fun getaway and we found it at the Copper Queen Hotel. The hotel was built in 1900's but it offers clean rooms that most modern hotels don't have. The owners welcome you with friendly smiles and will advise you on where to go to eat if their kitchen is closed durning the week. Karen the...

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Chicago
Reviewed 29 November 2013 via mobile

Must visit and best Bloody Mary I have ever had! Karen is the best mixologists with an edge of spice and hospitality. It was a joy too experience her skills and hospitality! Best Experience in Bisbee!

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Arizona
Reviewed 10 November 2013

If one single building were to represent the very essense of Bisbee, it would probably be the historic Copper Queen Hotel. Built in 1902, it is located in the center of the historic district and dominates the surrounding area with its size and Victorian-era grandeur. As is often true of historic hotels, the rooms (and particularly the bathrooms) are generally...

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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 7 November 2013

Love Halloween in Bisbee and we have stayed at the Copper Queen for the last three years, but this year after being fleeced for an additionl $5.00 a person for the party, on top of the pricy room charge, just wasn't cool. Sorry guys but staying at the top of the hill next year and partying at St Elmo's!!! Oh...

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Phoenix, Arizona
Reviewed 31 October 2013 via mobile

1st off they know how to throw a great party, but it was a little to big for the venue. I do have to say the staff was great but during the party the bartenders inside were swamped. With three bartenders only two knew what they were doing was the female bartender and the male with the piercings and glasses...

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Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 October 2013

This hotel was a serious disappointment. the photos and write-up, together with the tariff asked, gives the impression of a pleasant, settled, charming older hotel. Far from the truth. The room was clean but well-worn and in despeerate need of refurbishment, the air-conditioner was from the ark and excessively noisy. The reception was dim, and the staff less than helpful....

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Oakland, California
Reviewed 24 October 2013

My boyfriend and I just completed a 2 1/2 week road trip across the Southwest, and while a couple of our hotels were pre-booked, several were made on the spur of the moment as we pulled into town. We had been in Bisbee the week prior to our stay at the Copper Queen (stayed at the Shady Dell - awesome!),...

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Tucson, Arizona
Reviewed 23 October 2013

Over the past several years we have visited Bisbee and Copper Queen at least once a year for a quick get away. Our last stay at the Copper Queen , which was October 2013 will probably be our last for awhile. The hotel is over priced, $200.00 for a double queen room which is basically four walls and a poor...

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Angela's
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Cuisines: American
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Copper Queen Hotel, built in 1898 and completed in 1902, was the product of a booming mining camp called Bisbee. Once the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, Bisbee is now a beautiful and quiet getaway. While the town of Bisbee has "grown" it has not lost its' charm. Soon after Bisbee became a town, Phelps Dodge Mining Company built the Copper Queen Hotel as a place for dignitaries and investors to relax in luxury. Construction was difficult because Phelps Dodge had to blast away and clear a large portion of the mountainside in order for building to begin. Although the most modern and up to date materials were used, it did not lessen the difficulty of each task. In order for concrete to be mixed, water had to be pumped up the hill from the mercantile, what is now called Copper Queen Plaza, on Main Street. The walls were constructed to be nearly 2 feet thick, which helps keep the hotel cool during the summer months. Once the Hotel was completed, anyone who walked through the doors would notice the mosaic tile from Italy. Since the Hotel was built in an Italian style, the tile was installed throughout the entire first floor lobby. The remaining tile can be seen in the Hotel entrance. As the story goes, the cathedral ceiling in the Palm Room was all fitted with Tiffany glass. Nobody knows when it came down or what happened to it. There was an open air hallway behind two large windows along the southeast wall that acted as air conditioning for that era. The front desk was fabricated out of Tiger Oak and was surrounded with a wrought iron security cage. The unique safe behind the desk was once used at the Copper Mine until it became too small for the company payroll, which was all paid in cash. It was then passed down to the Copper Queen Hotel. Phelps Dodge cleverly paid their employees in cash, to have their money quickly returned to them in goods and drinks. The Copper Queen Hotel was one of the most modern hotels in the West during that time. One can only imagine what changes the Hotel has gone through to accommodate the modern day traveler. Located roughly 100 miles southeast of Tucson and at an elevation of 5,300 feet, the Hotel is usually 10 to 20 degrees cooler than in Tucson or Phoenix. In the winter, we are even blessed with an occasional snowfall. Bisbee is the southern most mile high city in the U.S. And is eight miles from the border of Mexico. Although the Copper Queen Hotel has maintained the ambiance of the Victorian Era Old West, it has been renovated with modern day conveniences to make your stay more comfortable. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Copper Queen Hotel

Address: 11 Howell Ave., PO Drawer CQ, Bisbee, AZ 85603
Region: United States > Arizona > Bisbee
Price Range: $138 - $238 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Copper Queen Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 52
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“For people looking for a haunted experience make sure to ask for the 3 or 4th floors.”
Tucsonstone2, 12 Apr 2017 | Read review
“go elsewhere”
461candyb, 31 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Get one of the haunted rooms.”
ArizonaJT, 17 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Wander the hallways for pictures outside the rooms that dignitaries during the turn of the century stayed in.”
TortugaGrl, 6 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Away from street”
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