Each room has a different decor: Mary Jane Colter room is Art deco, the Louie de Bisbee room is French antique, and the Warren Suite is Mission Arts & Crafts.
The Warren Suite has a completely stocked full kitchen and a queen size inflatable bed can be added to accommodate up to four people.
The Allen/Brophy Suite* has 2 bedrooms, each with its own bath, plus a mini-kitchen/sitting room with couch, 4 chairs and table, a comfy spot for gathering.
Other thoughtful lodging amenities include safe, off street parking directly in front of the inn.Pets are not allowed.
*The two bedroom suite cannot be booked online, call 520 432-1418 for rental.
The spacious Warren suite features Mission furniture. The large Mission style bed, Armoire, bed stands and side table of the Warren suite are a small nod to Bisbee history. (See Bisbee Links). Our most spacious room, it features Saltillo tile floors, a fully equipped kitchen, plants and television with DVD player. The private 24′ long balcony with chairs is accessed through french doors and looks over Main Street and the Mule Mountains. Our European pillow-top queen mattress is firm, yet comfortable with complete allergy barrier bedding. An array of pillows are available to suit your particular style. Reading lamps and comfortable chairs are scattered throughout the room. A built in breakfast bar can also be utilized as a computer work station. The large bathroom features a tub/shower. An inflatable queen size bed may be added to accommodate two additional people at a cost of $40 per person.
With Art Deco furnishings, bed, night stands, and armoire, the ocher-painted Colter room is inviting to the eyes as well as comfortable. The European pillow-top mattress is firm yet yielding with complete allergy barrier bedding. Several different-feel pillows are available for your support. Individual bedside swivel lamps with focused beam assure good reading in bed. There is a small refrigerator and wet bar with sink as well as a desk for your use. A flat screen television and dvd player are hidden in the armoire. .Wireless internet access is available via your laptop. The in-room bathroom has superb body care products, hair dryer, magnifying mirror, emergency supplie. The 5’x3′ mirrored closet is ample for clothes storage. Your balcony with table and chairs overlooks Main Street and has a landscape view of the Mule Mountains.
This room is named for Mary Jane Colter who was employed by the Fred Harvey company, which built many hotels and train stations in the West. Colter was the chief architect and decorator for the company from 1902 to 1948. Harvey commissioned Colter to design all of its buildings on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon buildings became her signature works, but she did many other buildings and interiors as well. In 1928 Fred Harvey commissioned her to design the “last great railway hotel,” La Posada, in Winslow, Arizona. She also co-created La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe, the El Navajo Hotel and railway station in Gallup, New Mexico, and interiors for railway stations in Chicago, Kansas City, and Los Angeles. She even designed the inside of the Cochiti dining car for the Super Chief train!
The mirrored Armoire, which we bought in France, dominates the room and matches the bed stand and headboard of the bed. From your bed, looking out the window or french doors leading to your sitting balcony, is a lovely view of the Mule Mountains. The European pillow-top mattress is comfortable, yet firm with complete allergy barrier bedding. Several different pillows are available for your comfort. Bedside swivel lamps provide excellent directed light for reading.
A small refrigerator and tiled counter with sink is in the room. A flat screen television and dvd player are hidden in the armoire. Wireless internet access is available via your laptop. And a small desk is a functional work station. Your private full bathroom features quality body care products, hair dryer, emergency supplies, makeup remover pads, magnifying mirror, and a 5’x3′ large mirrored closet. The name of the room, Louie de Bisbee, is a tongue in cheek reference to the antique Louis XIIII furniture with a Bisbee tweak.