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We spent one night at this historic place in Douglas. I prefer places with a history over anonymous hotels that look exactly the same all over the USA. The Gadsden is definitely a landmark of a hotel. But it is obvious that there is no...More
Arizona has several historical hotel treasures and finally I had the opportunity to stay at The Gadsden Hotel in Douglas. Originally built in 1907, it is hard to visualize the impact that this five-story, 160 room hotel had in this border town with Mexico when...More
Had a res for Sun night and had to reschedule for Sat night. Sat night's res was for 2 queens and was not notified that when we changed it to Sat night, it was changed to a single queen. In addition, the room size shrunk...More
This is a historic hotel in Douglas, and is a great stay when going to Mexico, or to the local museums, or to our First International Airport.
As this author was leaving Room 333, he was following one person and had a Gadsden Hotel's room...More
A lovely old downtown hotel. If you like old hotels don't miss this one. Nice room. Good Mexican restaurant. Great margarita. No coffee at 6:00AM my only down grade. Beautiful lobby. The shower knob where a little tricky, but that can be and old hotel