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Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

This place is so cozy, i thought it will be a regular hotel room, i was wrong, it was more like a suite, large living area with 3 sofas that can be opened into beds, (a little bit old, and need to be changed), a bedroom, bathroom with tub, and a kitchen with coffee maker, microwave, pizza oven, and a refrigerator. They had coffee filters, sugar, creamer, tea bags, ...., the place is cozy, balcony with great view, the whole family enjoyed it, (especially with cable tv and 40")... 3 minutes by walk to the main street, where most of the stores, and restaurants are located. Very nice location in old Bisbee, and a dedicated parking space.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank ziad1967
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Reviewed 19 June 2017

We stayed with friends for three nights during Bisbee Pride 2017; we had not stayed here before nor have we ever been to Bisbee. We shared Room 203 with our friends, who made the reservation and, in their defense, did not know what we’d find behind door number 203.

There was one closed bedroom, with a pocket door, and a queen bed; one bath; a king bed in what should have been the living room; a kitchen and a small balcony, capacity two, with no view.
Furnishings were thrift-shop quality at best, all mismatched, like the junky collection of glassware, plates, silverware and kitchen utensils in the kitchen. Decorative art was basically non-existent except for a couple of tiny thrift-store prints randomly placed. There was not a single piece of furniture that was comfortable to sit on and we finally used the folding chairs intended for the balcony. (There were two dirty, old, worn out brown sofas, more like blocks of foam, that we think were probably pull-out beds but we didn’t want to explore their filthy depths to find out more.) There are no public lounge spaces in which to find comfortable seating so when we wanted to sit and read, for example, we propped ourselves up in bed and used our own pillows, which we had presciently tossed into our car. The large front entrance landing was populated with a gauntlet-run of smokers who tossed hundreds of cigarette butts into the street below. Bed linens and towels were of the cheapest possible quality; the toilet was too small for a normal human being to sit on. TV reception, though cable, was reminiscent of rabbit-ear days.

Neither of the two "bedrooms" would be legal in any city that I know of; neither one has egress to the outdoors. We didn't see evidence of smoke detectors or a sprinkler system anywhere in the property. Had there been a fire, escaping through the warren of tiny hallways, with random steps up and down at every turn, would be dicey. The only exit sign in our hallway faced an adjoining hallway and was not visible from our room's door; that escape route is down two sets of carpeted wooden stairs, that is, if one doesn’t make the other choice and head down a closer hallway that leads to a dead end and the elevator. The escape plan posted in the room instructs occupants to walk out of the room and turn left into a wall.

Every space is lit with those ghastly curly CFL bulbs, many of them exposed, at least one missing (in a pull-chain socket, in the bedroom closet, which apparently serves as yet another illegal sleeping space because its floor was covered with what looked like the world's largest dog bed. No maid service is provided but a sign in the room thoughtfully informed us that if our trash cans were overflowing, we could walk to the parking lot across the street and empty them into trash bins there.

Pros: it’s cheap, away from the bar noise and close to everything Bisbee has to offer.

The only way to improve this place would be to gut it to the shell and start from scratch. For your trip to Bisbee, consult Air B&B and choose one of the many, many homes and apartments that are available.

Room Tip: Find a home or apartment on Air B&B.
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank theprguy
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Reviewed 13 April 2017

iI think these ware apartment many many years ago and they have been converted. The place was clean but had a bit of the old must smell. I would stay there again, everything in Busbee is old but that is why we go.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Jerry J
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Reviewed 27 February 2017

Stayed here in mid February and absolutely loved the place! Huge rooms at more like an apartment than a hotel. Full kitchen, large living room, separate dining area, and plenty of dishes! It's almost too much for a nights stay. Would love to spend a week in this place and enjoy the roof top balcony more! Really made up for my miserable experience with The Copper Queen! Most definitely coming back!

Room Tip: Parking is always an issue in Bisbee, this place has a parking lot across the street!
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank deserttiger56
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Reviewed 14 November 2016

This is the second time we've stayed at Gym Club for Sidepony Express. The firs ttime we did room 106 which was great... but hard to find. This time we decided on 104 simply because it had 2 bathrooms. You MUST be able to climb stairs in order to enjoy this room... we counted and found out we had 32 stairs inside the suite!!! It was crazy. The stairs down to the two rooms were by far the worst as far as feeling like you would fall but the others weren't too bad. The kitchen was a little cramped but worked nicely. I felt like it was stocked a little better than our previous suite so that was nice... lots of cooking supplies! This hotel just simply has a great location, it is so easy to get to Brewery ave. We can't wait to come back next year for Sidepony and stay at Gym Club!

  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled with friends
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1  Thank terry h
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