Letson Loft Hotel

Address: 26 Main St, Bisbee, Arizona, 85603, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 26 Main St, Bisbee, is near Queen Mine, Old Bisbee Ghost Tours, Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, and Coronado Cave.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Letson Loft Hotel Bisbee

      Top of the Line !

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      We really enjoy Bisbee, Arizona as a quaint sort of hidden away city/town with so much "atmosphere". And with our first (and it will not be our last) stay at Letson Loft Hotel we feel that it just can't get any better. The look and feel of the historic building both outside and in, it's high ceilings and our handsome room with it's large bay window (good for people watching after combing the antique shops) all made for a unique experience. Really good for a romantic time away. And the best towels in the world my husband says. We will remember our breakfasts in our bay window looking up & down - at the downtown old buildings for a long time.

      Letson Loft hotel - Perfect Retreat

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      We spent a delightful weekend at this hotel right in the heart of Bisbee. The guest book suggested that we weren't the only ones to enjoy our anniversary there either. I would definitely recommend a weekend away from it all at the Letson Loft Hotel. Huge bonus - the whole hotel is smoke-free, which beats the stale smoke smell of the Copper Queen.

      Great experience

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      What a great place to spend a weekend. This is a recently remodeled old-west style hotel right in the heart of Bisbee. The rooms are beautifully decorated and very modern. I was made to feel lke a real guest there. I will go back and take my wife.

      Great hotel...for a show

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      Wonderful hotel, beautiful remodel, nicely restored and authentic. Great location. Staff was extremely nice. Baked good and coffee were excellent. Dinner suggestions (Roka) was very good.

      The only thing to be aware of is you can hear EVERYTHING in the rooms around you. You can hear people walking down the wooden hallways, opening doors, talking, breathing and of course moaning in pleasure late at night. The staff should notify guests upon check-in that the wooden floors have ZERO sound dampening and to keep your walking, talking and pleasure quiet unless you wish to share with others. We'd go back, but with earplugs for after the show.

      The Beautiful New Letson Hotel

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      We arrived in Bisbee from Tombstone at dusk after a long day of sightseeing. When we saw the sign Letson Hotel on the building, we were quite happy to have found our accommodations for the evening. When we rang the bell and Pat answered the door, we were not prepared for what we saw. There in the middle of this old western town was a new, beautifully appointed hotel. The hotel is in a renovated mill building and has all the charm of an older building, yet it has every updated convenience travelers could possibly want.

      We were able to park in the back of the building and brought our luggage up the stairs. (There is no elevator in this building, but there are only two floors to this hotel, so it is not inconvenient) The room we had for the evening was absolutely elegant. The furnishings were tastefully appointed, the linens were some of the best I have every used. The robes that were provided were soft and warm. The basket of toiletries were an extra pleasant touch. The shower was outstanding. The linens on the bed were superb. Not only were the very attractive the bed was extremely comfortable. Everything about this room was perfect.

      As I always do when I see an open door at a hotel, I peek in to check to see what the other rooms look like. The door across the hall from my room was open and there stood another room just as elegant as the one I was staying in.

      When I made the reservation at the hotel, I was asked if I wanted them to make a dinner reservation for me. I thought it would be a good idea since I didn't know the area. The restaurant they recommended was excellent. The food was spectacular and the service could not have been any better.

      If you are looking for a reasonably priced elegant hotel in southern Arizona, call the Letson Hotel. You will be pleasantly surprised.

      The Letson Loft is Fabulous

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      The Letson Loft Hotel has been completely refurbished and it's an absolutely wonderful place to stay. It's right downtown in Old Bisbee, the accomdations are first class and the rates are very reasonable. We stayed in late October so the weather was to die for too. We will go back again and I have no interest in checking out other B&B's or hotels. This is the best!

      The Best

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      Letson Loft is the finest "boutique" hotel in which we've ever had the privilege to stay. A beautiful and very recent restoration of an old property has been completed with incredible attention to detail. The needs of the guests are obviously paramount. There are only eight rooms, at reasonable rates. The towels are Turkish, the coffee is a special mix that should put a well known chain out of business, and the morning baked goods, piping hot were the best. After just a couple of days there, I'm retraining my wife to get up early enough to bake treats for me every morning (FAT CHANCE!!!). All of the history of Bisbee is within walking distance.

      Great place to stay in Bisbee AZ

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      Letson Loft Hotel came highly recommended and we weren't disappointed. We stayed in the suite with a kitchen, which was handy for enjoying dinner leftovers. It was a very lovely room with all the amenties for a comfortable 4 day stay. Pattie was a cordial hostess and shared information and was very helpful with dinner reservations and sights around town.

      Patty & Glen, Oceanside CA

      A Bisbee Gem

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      The town of Bisbee captures the essential Arizona spirit. So, too, does the Letson Loft Hotel, an historic building lovingly restored to a very high standard but maintaining the feel of the original period. Upon check-in we were warmly greeted by Tom, one of the owners of the inn. He showed us to our goregous queen bedded suite. WOW!! Tom then preceeded to show us some of the other rooms. Each room has its own unique character and I would have been pleased staying in any one of them. I was particularly struck by the exposed brick, the restored tin work and the wonderful paint treatments as I wandered through the hallways. Our suite offered such ammenities as sumptuous robes, a small flat screen TV, a beautifully restored claw footed tub/shower with accompanying thick, terry towels and a bed and bedding one melts into. After a great night sleep we awoke to a nicely presented continental breakfast of excellent coffee, juice and fresh blueberry muffins. We already have plans for a return visit. Can't wait.

      Letson Loft Hotel - nicest hotel in Bisbee

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      My stay at the Letson Loft Hotel was wonderful! I can easily say that this is the nicest hotel in Bisbee. The rooms are beautifully decorated, the beds are extremely comfortable and the hotel staff was very accommodating - helping me with everything from reservations for dinner and attractions to preparing fresh coffee and scones in the morning. I will definitely be staying at the Letson Loft Hotel in the future.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Letson Loft Hotel Bisbee

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