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Reviewed 19 July 2017

We have been visiting Bisbee for years as off and on Cochise County residents, and just stayed here at the CQ (Copper Queen Hotel) for both of the past holiday weekends. The CQ is without a doubt your best bet for enjoying the quirky flavor of Bisbee. Rates are reasonable for the smaller rooms, and the location is absolutely primo. The fact that it is so central is probably it’s biggest selling point. You are just steps away from Brewery Gulch or Tombstone Canyon (main street.) This is also the only hotel in historic Bisbee with a pool. The pool is a bit cold in the Spring when it first opens up, and isn’t big, but very refreshing mid-summer, and usually uncrowded. The other reason besides prime location to stay here is of course the unique authenticity of this hotel. The history/atmosphere here is amazing! The only cons to staying here at the CQ are lack of breakfast, since the kitchen/restaurant is being remodeled. You do get coffee, oranges and muffins, but expect to either go elsewhere for breakfast, or supply your own. There are no fridge/microwaves in the rooms, but ice is available downstairs, and there is a microwave on the 2nd floor lounge area. Be sure to enjoy sitting on the 3rd floor balcony and enjoy the great view of downtown. Want some eclectic nightly entertainment? Just go to the cool CQ bar in back of the lobby and enjoy the evening’s entertainment, or sit outside on the bar's veranda and relax while watching the tourists and locals coming and going.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 July 2017

The hotel had a lot of old charm. When checking in you received a key (something that I haven't seen in years). The lobby had an old time charm to it, but when you look closely at it it could use some reviving. The carpet is old and there seems to be a jewelry case that had items for sale, although I never saw anyone manning the jewelry case.
My room was small but adequate with the bathroom almost the same size as the room. At first look the room looked clean but upon closer inspection I notice that the wall paper was peeling and there was mold on the foam insulation that surrounded the air conditioner which sits in the window. The air conditioner was plugged into an electrical strip which also had the alarm clock and a lamp plugged into it. The bed was comfortable with four well worn pillows. The desk and chair was old and looked as if it was from the late 40's early 50's. Did not fit with the time of the hotel. The room also had a smell to it that even after opening up the window did not go away.
The bathroom was okay and had a claw foot tub with a shower curtain that wrapped around the entire tub. The tub in the inside was worn and could stand to be refinished. I am not sure if it was clean. There is no blow dryer so if you need a hair dryer you will need your own.
In the halls there are areas where the carpets in the halls are different and do not even come close to matching.
The restaurant was close so we weren't able to enjoy it. The bar offers local entertainment and many locals seem to frequent it.
Breakfast was an Otis Spunkmeyer and coffee or tea.
As a whole, the hotel in my opinion is only fair. I feel it could use a major renovation. If you want to stay in an historic hotel, then I would say stay a night and then find another place.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled solo
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Thank Rita V
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

The Copper Queen has a lot of history and appears to be the same hotel as back in 1902 when opened. The charm was interesting although missing comforts we enjoy in 2017, When we checked in there was NO PARKING, only street parking. We walked 4-5 blocks to the hotel. The A/C was not working. It was repaired with in the hour. The TV also did not work. It too was repaired with in minutes. There is NO FOOD services at the hotel. All being remodeled. Should be complete in 2-3 months.
We stayed at the hotel on a Saturday night. has a bar and was beyond loud. We could hear the music in our room. The patrons were also very loud and SMOKING in a NON-SMOKING hotel. We went out on the balcony and there was more loud music and SMOKING. The visitors were not friendly. A very young rowdy group of guests. If you like the loud party scene stay the Copper Queen. The history is amazing. We would not return until the remodel has been completed. Valet parking is need. Not a good hotel for ADA guests. After the remodel in 2-3 months the hotel should be better if teh loud music and drunks are addressed.

Room Tip: No views, very few windows, a lot of stairs, small bathrooms and small rooms. Bed was old and poor mattress. Old carpet.
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Ron S
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

I had heard so much about the history of this hotel that I knew I had to stay here on my first trip to Bisbee. First, it is super easy to find, just off the main state highway. As soon as you walk in the and see the front desk and lobby it is as if you have traveled back in time. The room was modest but had all of the necessities, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Take some time to walk around the hallways and look at the old newspaper clippings on the walls and displays of items used back when Bisbee was a boom town. And the coffee parlor area on the second floor even has a fireplace. My one disappointment was that the restaurant was closed for renovations. I didn't see this on the website when I booked the room, but I looked after the trip and saw it was noted briefly but only on the Dining Tab page. Was looking forward to having dinner there, so will have to return.

Stayed: July 2017
Thank eizzle
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

The good: Friendly staff, saloon, great location,saw no ghosts, bags of ice, Geoff and his Bisbee jewelry in the lobby.
The bad: Carpet needs replacing, window air conditioners,cafe/restaurant closed, room doors provide little privacy, saw no ghosts.

The weekend we were there the hotel had a pool party and BBQ, also.

Would like to see a little investment in upgrading the rooms.

Room Tip: Would go for the Teddy Roosevelt or John Wayne room next time. Go for the Julia Lowell room if you're looking for ghosts.
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Tom A
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