Bisbee Grand Hotel

Address: 61 Main Street, Bisbee, Arizona, 85603, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 61 Main Street, Bisbee, is near Queen Mine, Old Bisbee Ghost Tours, Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, and Coronado Cave.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBisbee Grand Hotel

    Reviewed by omar1957

    Very individual

    Reviewed Sep 20, 2012
    by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Noise all night. Rooms not cleaned and top dollar charged.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bisbee Grand Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Bisbee

    Another driving day, to Tombstone

    A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 10, 2015

    ... arrived at about 5:15pm. We are staying at a ranch tonight. We drove past Tombstone centre and 3 miles down a dusty road until we arrived at the ranch a little out of town. The ranch is set up really nicely with the rooms set up down a street that looks like an old west town. Each room is set up in the theme of the building. In our case we were in Miss Kitty's bordello so our room looked like an old school parlour, with nudie women pictures and a ...

    Night 13 - 272miles

    A travel blog entry by coxby50 on Mar 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to the widest mountain vista I have ever seen. From as far to your left as you could see wrapping around behind you on your right.
    Spectacular! From Lordsburg another short ride on Raceway I10 then left onto the 80 and an easy cruising ride through Apache territory into Bisbee. Today we head to Tombstone and most likely Tucson. Only a few days ...

    Wild West Town

    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Jun 12, 2013

    2 comments, 35 photos

    You can't drive on Interstate 10 and not stop at the historic western city of Tombstone, founded in 1879. It was one of the last wide-open frontier boomtowns in the American Old West. The town prospered from about 1877 to 1890, during which the town's mines produced $40 to $85 million in silver bullion, the largest productive silver district in Arizona. Its population grew from 100 to around 14,000 in less than 7 years.

    Copper mine and Boothill Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by omar1957 on Sep 24, 2012

    We left the hotel and went into a local copper mine tour. We had to have hard hats and yellow jackets and then got a little train which took us 1,500 feet below ground. On our way back to the airport we went through Tombstone again and stopped off at Boothill Cemetery which had the graves of a lot of the wild west cowboys. Then it was the drive back up to Phoenix Skyport which we did in good time. Just the long plane flight home and the jet lag to look forward to but what a ...

    The Town to tough to die

    A travel blog entry by alvrez on Jan 18, 2012

    24 photos

    ... they were only paintballs, the sound was quite loud and the weapons heavier than they looked. Josh took to firing like a duck to water, he loved it and is now extremely keen on finding an indoor firing range and using real bullets.

    Then we decided to take a trolley tour of Tombstone, which for an extra $4 included a comedy gunfight show. Our tour-guide Robert looked very spiffy in his 'Lawmaker’ western outfit of black jeans, long-sleeved white shirt, black vest, ...