The Tombstone Grand Hotel

580 W Randolph Way, Tombstone, Arizona, 85638, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 580 W Randolph Way, Tombstone, is near O.K. Corral, Tombstone Court House, and Tin Cup Mining Company.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Tombstone Grand Hotel

    We REALLY liked it here but pool heat was not working.

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    We really liked it but kids were upset because the pool heat was not working and it was Feb. The motel was clean and lobby was really nice. The service at the front deck was good and there were cowboys there talking about the wild west days of Tombstone in the cowboy garb. These guys were VERY entertaining and carrying real loaded pistols in the motel! I would stay here again and the views from here are really nice with unbelivable sunsets! WE LOVE TOMBSTONE!

    Noisy but clean

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    Stayed here February 2005. Bad attributes: The halls were very noisy with people returning from the Tombstone bars at all hours of the night. Ice machine in the hall was very noisy. Good attributes: The rooms were clean. Staff was pleasant and courteous. The free continental breakfast was fine. The best part of the stay were the town folks coming to the lounge to talk about the history of Tombstone and Wyatt Earp. They come a couple of times a month to spend their free time chatting with the tourists at the hotel. They've lived in Tombstone most of their lives and having them share their experiences and history was a real treat.

    It is best hotel in tombstone, hollidayinn is awesome, we will stay again

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    good staff, excellent brekfast

    Not what I expected.

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    While the Holiday Inn Express is newer, it does not have the true southwestern character of its competitor next door - Best Western. They didn't have my reservation at first and were going to charge more than my confirmed rate. The pool was right outside the entrance and alongside the parking lot. A large and loud party was going on outside in an open area that really was not set up for entertaining. People came and went up and down the hallway, banging doors and talking loudly. The breakfast buffet was adequate but the seating was not. Not a place I would stay again.

    A great place to stay in Tombstone

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    Nice room right outside town, great pool (unbeatable view), free "express breakfast", popcorn & movies at night, and a little patio out back where you can sit and look at the stars (I live near car lots at home, so I rarely can SEE stars). And excellent prices.

    Only complaints: room could have been a little cleaner (it wasn't dirty, but it wasn't perfect), and they had chimineas out back on the patio, but not wood or charcoal in them to have a fire for those nippy desert evenings.

    But a great experience overall.

    Great hotel

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    Having booked the hotel over the net not sure what to expect, but can say it's a great hotel helpfull staff, nice clean quiet rooms great breakfast, movies card games andpopcorn at night, could recommend to anyone.

    Excellent

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    Great stayover hotel.

    Staff very friendly, providing DVD movies for the kids with free popcorn. Nice small pool. If you're in Tombstone look no further

    FAB-U-Lous

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    This is the finest hotel we stayed at in the Southwest....The property is georgeous and the views magnificient! So much to learn and do in Tombstone. We visited Bisbee and the wineries in Sonoita. Dont take your chances with the other hotels in town... looked very sub par.

    Fabolous

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    My wife and I have travled many western towns and have to say, the Holiday Inn Tombstone was awesome! Probably the best hotel we have stayed at in all of Arizona. Be sure to visit Bisbee when you get there as well, it is only a short drive via auto.

    Loved our stay

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    The hotel was wonderful and the front desk staff was very helpful. It was a beautiful place and loved everything about it.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Tombstone Grand Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Tombstone

    Just a bird in a gilded cage

    A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 14, 2014

    3 photos

    We got an early start from Albuquerque, pulling out of the driveway at 0700. Once we had cleared the city it became evident that there wasn't much between Querky and Tombstone, our eventual destination.

    We didn't get any photos of the drive, mainly because my co pilot and navigator was either asleep or having minor freakouts as we passed through several very mountainous areas.

    We arrived in Tombstone dead on 4:30pm, ...

    Parker Canyon Lake trip (55 miles)

    A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jun 13, 2014

    6 photos

    I honestly thought we wouldn't make it at times. Not that we had a choice. It was hot with steep prolonged hills. We were literally chasing the clouds as they flew in the same direction of our travel. We had a headwind for a few big hills which made us hop off and walk our bikes. Brian was riding a single speed, which was brutal on these hills. I took up the rear for the majority of the time. Logan is super strong so he was pacing us. We were all hurting pretty bad by mile 40 ...

    Tombstone

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 10, 2014

    18 photos

    I hadn't slept too well due to an upset stomach, so rising at 9am was tough, but I got moving. I found a local grocery store and got some breakfast. Tombstone was only a 20 min drive from where I was staying. The landscape started flat and dull, but soon enough, I was in amongst rolling hills, and there it was. Tombstone. The hills around the town just oozed old and pioneering. Old fences and houses. Bulky, rusting mining equipment ...

    Tombstone......Myrtle Beach of the desert

    A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 21, 2014

    27 photos

    ... I was finished, I put it back on the counter and placed a stone they had on the base to hold it down back in place. This old, creaky, leatherfaced woman snorted at me, and moved it a quarter inch from where I had put it and gave me a dirty look. A word to the city of Tombstone (who runs the cemetery)....if you have someone as a first contact to people visiting something....pick someone who doesn't have a burr up their ass and truly ...

    One last hoorah!

    A travel blog entry by clark65 on Aug 03, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... to say we did it, but in the end are proud to say we are from Texas and love Katy! After all, it is the people around you and the foundation of God and Christ in your life that brings happiness. Be happy and content with what you have - that is the challenge for us all every day! Thank you all for joining us on this adventure! God Bless! Proverbs 22:6 - Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Go West Young ...