We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.
We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Want the lowest hotel prices? You're in the right place. We check 200+ sites for you.

Copper Queen Hotel

Show Prices
Book on TripAdvisor
Trusted partner. We work with to make your booking as easy as possible.
Secure payments. We use industry-leading practices to keep your information secure.
Enter dates for best prices
powered by PriceFinder
Check In Check Out
1 room 2 adults 0 children
Compare best prices from top travel sites
and 3 more sites!
Professional photos
Copper Queen Hotel
View Map
{"scriptFlags":null,"containerClass":null,"widget":{"divClasses":"prw_rup prw_ibex_photo_carousel","js":{"handlers":"(ta.prwidgets.getjs(this,'handlers'))"},"moduleList":["handlers"],"name":"ibex_photo_carousel","template":"ibex_photo_carousel__widget","dust":{"nav_controls":"ibex_photo_carousel__nav_controls"}}}
Add Photo Write a Review

694 Reviews from our TripAdvisor Community

Traveller rating
Traveller type
Time of year
Language
  • More
Showing 682: English reviews
Memphis, Tennessee
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well, it was an experience. The hotel is very old, so there are no luxuries. It is cool, however. All the floors creak, so you get the haunted feeling at night. It is worth staying there, if you go to Bisbee.

 Report
Helpful?
Thank montyj1998
Tucson, Arizona
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You have to eat at the Copper Queen for dinner. Mom and I waited until 5 pm before they opened. Side note: they also open at 11 am for breakfast..(post signs, would have loved eating your breakfast there too...i'm sure) ... I had the best burger, Swiss, mushroom, and onion! The waiter was fast, loud walking, however, pleasant and very...

 Report
Helpful?
Thank sliefer6970
Camp Verde, Arizona
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This hotel was finished being built in 1904. The hotel is a period piece in the way it is decorated. Very pretty. Our room was neat and clean. We stayed in a double queen special room with a flat screen tv and a mini fridge. The hotel is central to downtown Bisbee. That being said, the beds feel like they...

 Report
Helpful?
1Thank Cici H
Pueblo, Colorado
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

At about 5,500 feet Bisbee is the place to go for great air and climate. We live in Tucson which is hot and a little humid, so Bisbee is a great place to go to for a break in the heat. The famous hotel takes you back in time yet maintains it's sense of grandness even today. My wife and...

 Report
Helpful?
1Thank celtic451
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

The Copper Queen has the best location in old town Bisbee. All of the hotels date back to an earlier era that ended over 40 years ago with the mine closing. Our room was clean and had lots of room. Muffins are served for breakfast. The TV was an old time non-flat screen unit. The ice machine is on the...

 Report
Helpful?
Thank hrosencpa
Reviewed 20 November 2016

My husband and I have stayed at the Copper Queen several times. When we decided to get married, we chose the second floor lobby of the Copper Queen Hotel. The staff was wonderful and helped to coordinate everything from getting our marriage license to providing two witnesses for the ceremony. We stayed in the John Wayne room and loved the...

 Report
Helpful?
1Thank Kate G
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

Stayed there one night cause my sister wanted to stay in a haunted hotel. The room was nice and takes you back in time. The bathtub was an old fashion stand alone tub. We liked the view from the outside balcony. The hotel was in walking distance to downtown shops and the mine museum across the street. The parking was...

 Report
Helpful?
1Thank Angelica J
Tucson, Arizona
Reviewed 13 November 2016

We went down there to celebrate my husbands birthday. It was over Halloween weekend with 3 other married couples ranging in ages from early 30's to early 40's. The rooms are very nice. Not modern but very nice. Fits perfectly for the town of Bisbee. 2 couples had the 504 & 505 rooms located in the courtyard. They were perfect!...

 Report
Helpful?
Thank jenn r
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

After eating lunch at the Copper Queen, we wanted to take pictures of the inside of the hotel. The clerk was not nice. I felt like a child being yelled at. She needs an attitude adjustment! I asked her if we could look at a room because we wanted to stay there in the future but she just rolled her...

 Report
Helpful?
Thank Gina B
Reviewed 7 November 2016

We chose this hotel because it is historical. The building itself is very historical, but our room was over the bar and they had a live band that played until midnight and a loud jukebox played until after 1:30 am. We had not been informed at any time prior to entering the room that the band might be an issue....

 Report
Helpful?
1Thank Apri J

170 photos of this hotel

Traveller photos: See what travellers like you saw

Viewed
All Traveller Photos (163)
Viewed
Hotel & Grounds (42)
Viewed
Pool/Beach Area (1)
Viewed
Room/Suite (33)
Viewed
Dining (9)
Viewed
View from Room (11)
Viewed
Bathroom (1)
Viewed
Family/Play Areas (1)
Viewed
Other (65)

Management photos: Courtesy of the property manager

Viewed
All Management Photos (7)
Viewed
Pool/Beach Area (1)
Viewed
Dining (1)
Viewed
Room/Suite (2)
Viewed
Hotel & Grounds (2)
Viewed
Other (1)
Check In Check Out
Hotels you might also like...
Also consider these accommodations in or near Bisbee
0.3 km away
Bisbee Grand Hotel
Bisbee Grand Hotel
#7 of 10 in Bisbee
297 reviews
34.7 km away
The Tombstone Grand Hotel
The Tombstone Grand Hotel
#4 of 9 in Tombstone
915 reviews
36.4 km away
Tombstone Monument Ranch
Tombstone Monument Ranch
#2 of 9 in Tombstone
273 reviews
Show Prices
Show Prices
Show Prices
34.5 km away
Landmark Lookout Lodge
Landmark Lookout Lodge
#3 of 9 in Tombstone
446 reviews
35.8 km away
Gadsden Hotel
Gadsden Hotel
#2 of 5 in Douglas
172 reviews
0.1 km away
Audrey's  Inn
Audrey's Inn
#10 of 10 in Bisbee
26 reviews
Show Prices
Show Prices
Show Prices

Amenities

Highlights
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
About the property
  • Non-Smoking Hotel
  • Wheelchair Access
Food & drink at the hotel
Angela's
Angela's
Cuisines: American
Things to do
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
Room types
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
In your room
  • Air Conditioning
Internet
  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Services
  • Meeting Rooms
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Copper Queen Hotel, built in 1898 and completed in 1902, was the product of a booming mining camp called Bisbee. Once the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, Bisbee is now a beautiful and quiet getaway. While the town of Bisbee has "grown" it has not lost its' charm. Soon after Bisbee became a town, Phelps Dodge Mining Company built the Copper Queen Hotel as a place for dignitaries and investors to relax in luxury. Construction was difficult because Phelps Dodge had to blast away and clear a large portion of the mountainside in order for building to begin. Although the most modern and up to date materials were used, it did not lessen the difficulty of each task. In order for concrete to be mixed, water had to be pumped up the hill from the mercantile, what is now called Copper Queen Plaza, on Main Street. The walls were constructed to be nearly 2 feet thick, which helps keep the hotel cool during the summer months. Once the Hotel was completed, anyone who walked through the doors would notice the mosaic tile from Italy. Since the Hotel was built in an Italian style, the tile was installed throughout the entire first floor lobby. The remaining tile can be seen in the Hotel entrance. As the story goes, the cathedral ceiling in the Palm Room was all fitted with Tiffany glass. Nobody knows when it came down or what happened to it. There was an open air hallway behind two large windows along the southeast wall that acted as air conditioning for that era. The front desk was fabricated out of Tiger Oak and was surrounded with a wrought iron security cage. The unique safe behind the desk was once used at the Copper Mine until it became too small for the company payroll, which was all paid in cash. It was then passed down to the Copper Queen Hotel. Phelps Dodge cleverly paid their employees in cash, to have their money quickly returned to them in goods and drinks. The Copper Queen Hotel was one of the most modern hotels in the West during that time. One can only imagine what changes the Hotel has gone through to accommodate the modern day traveler. Located roughly 100 miles southeast of Tucson and at an elevation of 5,300 feet, the Hotel is usually 10 to 20 degrees cooler than in Tucson or Phoenix. In the winter, we are even blessed with an occasional snowfall. Bisbee is the southern most mile high city in the U.S. And is eight miles from the border of Mexico. Although the Copper Queen Hotel has maintained the ambiance of the Victorian Era Old West, it has been renovated with modern day conveniences to make your stay more comfortable. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Copper Queen Hotel

Address: 11 Lowell Ave, PO Drawer CQ, Bisbee, AZ 85603-1131
Region: United States > Arizona > Bisbee
Price Range: $130 - $205 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Copper Queen Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 52
Reservation Options:
TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Booking.com, Hotels.com, TravelClick, Priceline, Agoda and Travelocity so you can book your Copper Queen Hotel reservations with confidence. We help millions of travellers each month to find the perfect hotel for both holiday and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.
Also Known As:
Copper Queen Bisbee
Hotel Copper Queen
Copper Queen Hotel Bisbee
Is This Your TripAdvisor Listing?
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.
Claim Your Listing

Questions & Answers

Here's what travellers have asked, with answers from Copper Queen Hotel staff and other travellers.
6 questions
Ask a question
Tucson, Arizona
3 months ago
Bayard, New Mexico
11 months ago
Phoenix, Arizona
over a year ago
Imlay City
over a year ago

See all questions (6)

Questions? Get answers from Copper Queen Hotel staff and past guests.
Posting guidelines
Typical questions asked:
  • Can tickets for local attractions be purchased at the front desk?
  • Do you have to pay extra for a mini-fridge?
  • At what time does the pool open each day?

See which rooms travellers prefer

“I would get a room with 2 queens, as the rooms with one bed are small.”
 of 5 bubbles celtic451, 24 Dec 2016 | Read review
“Choose a room facing Lowell Street if you can. Other rooms have obstructed views.”
 of 5 bubbles 925kateg, 20 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Ask for a room away from the bar/saloon”
 of 5 bubbles 166aprij, 7 Nov 2016 | Read review
“The Teddy Roosevelt room is historic.”
 of 5 bubbles mikelQ5170YZ, 31 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Bring a cooler if you want cold beverages and be prepared for a bad shower.”
 of 5 bubbles deserttiger56, 3 Oct 2016 | Read review
5 of 5
Enter dates for best prices
Check In Check Out
Price Your Stay