Eldorado Suites Hotel

55 OK Street, Bisbee, Arizona, 85603, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 55 OK Street, Bisbee, is near Queen Mine, Old Bisbee Ghost Tours, Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, and Coronado Cave.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Eldorado Suites Hotel Bisbee

    Was für eine tolle Unterbringung!

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    Super gross! Unser Zimmer war eine Ferienwohnung mit zwei Schlafzimmern! Wir dachten wir hätten eine Suite mit zwei Schlafzimmern gebucht, aber hatten stattdessen zwei Schlafzimmer, Küche und Wohnzimmer. Wir haben nur eines der Schlafzimmer genutzt, aber es wäre perfekt gewesen es mit Freunden zu teilen.

    Wir kommen wieder. Danke an Fiona und Bret, ihr seid tolle Gastgeber!

    What a GREAT PLACE!

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    Super spacious! Our room was actually a 2 bedroom condo. We thought we were booking a 2 bed suite but we got 2 actual bedrooms with a kitchen and a living room. We only used one of the bedrooms, but it would be perfect to bring friends with us next time and share.

    We will be back! Thanks Fiona and Bret, you are great hosts!

    Exzellent-erstklassige Unterbringung

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    Erstklassiger Service von der Reservierung bis zum Auschecken. Die Manager haben sich sehr bemüht den Aufenthalt so angenehm wie möglich zu gestalten.

    Die Suite war toll - erst vor kurzem renoviert worden, wunderschön ausgestattet und gross. Zwei Schlafzimmer, grosse Küche (sehr gut ausgestattet), Badezimmer (mit Wanne), Wohnzimmer und einen Balkon von dem man die Sonnenuntergänge sehen konnte. Wir haben hier wirklich für zwei Tage toll entspannt.

    Ein Ausflug zu den Kupferminen ist ein "muss".

    Excellent--Top Notch Accomodations

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    First class service from reservations to checkout. Site managers went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable.

    Suite was magnificant--very recently renovated, beautifully furnished, and spacious--two bedrooms, full kitchen (very well stocked), bath (with clawfoot tub), living area, and balcony with sunset views. This was the most relaxing two day stay we can remember.

    Touring the copper mines is a must.

    Most for your money

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    Thank you for a wonderful stay! We loved the beautiful view from the veranda. Also, it was nice to be able to park right at the hotel rather than on the public streets. Loads of charm and everything seemed new but in a historic building! Great job, Thank you again. We'll be back!

    Hier kriegt man was fürs Geld

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    Vielen Dank für einen tollen Aufenthalt! Wir fanden die tolle Aussicht von der Veranda super! Es wawr auch toll direkt am Hotel zu Parken und nicht an der Straße. Sehr charmant und alles sah wie neu aus, aber in einem historischen Gebäude. Toll! Danke nochmals! Wir kommen wieder!

    Best Bisbee Hotel By FAR!!!!

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    Hello!

    We loved our stay at the Eldorado Suites. We have stayed at a couple different Bisbee hotels and B&B's over the years and this is the best yet. Since they've newly opened, they've got the nicest rooms in town. We had 2 couples in our 2 bedroom suite and for the price, we could not have stayed anywhere else in town without paying more. Last time we stayed at the Copper Queen hotel. Yes, it's historic, but it feels really old and dingy compared to the huge rooms at Eldorado. The rooms were 900 square feet! For a hotel room, that's huge. Also, the owners were really great, they were like tour guides for the town and EVERYTHING was in walking distance.

    Accomodations with a personal touch

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    This is the 2nd time we stayed here while visiting Bisbee. The owners are so nice & helpful. The rooms/suites are spacious ,clean and comfortable. Great for a family or for friends that like to hang out together..the different suites we stayed in had a nice living room.Great views of the town (or stars) from the deck outside our suite.

    Best Hotel in Bisbee

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    We spent an absolutely wonderful weekend at Eldorado Suites in Bisbee, Arizona. We were so comfortable in our room and enjoyed the views from the deck so much that we barely left our room. The view of the afternoon sunset from the front porch high above Brewery Gulch is to die for as the sun sets over the Mule mountains.

    The rooms are all freshly remodeled with central heat and air and brand new furniture, I think we were the first ones to use it! They are actually 2 bedroom apartment style rooms with a really cool old clawfoot bathtub and a full kitchen.

    One huge benefit to staying here was onsite parking. No other hotel we called in historic Bisbee had parking!

    Lovely Boutique Hotel

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    We found this hotel on the Bisbee tourist web site and I called the hotel directly to book a room. The rooms are converted apartments, with all the conveniences that an apartment provides - full kitchen, bathroom and two good sized bedrooms. The hotel is located in a terrific position in downtown Bisbee, and the verandah offers a great view over the hillside town.

    Tim, the owner / manager, could not have been more welcoming or helpful. He is a great source of information about Bisbee and even called a shopkeeper at home for us when we wanted to buy an item from a shop that was closed.

    Bisbee itself is an unusual little town with an interesting history. It's very different from Tombstone, 30 minutes down the road and also worth a visit. Bisbee is almost like a European town with its hillside setting, winding narrow roads and loads of arts/crafts shops. Trying to find a grocery store to buy breakfast cereal was an adventure, finally we found a little store in a residential area. There are plenty of nice restaurants and the mine tour was good fun for both my husband and I and our kids.

    I highly recommend Eldorado Suites, which was good value and excellent location with a B&B feel. Thanks Tim for making us feel so at home.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Eldorado Suites Hotel Bisbee

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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