About Us

Danielle Eason and Chuck Roskam are married and live in Old Bisbee. We are proud to be the new owner/operators of the Copper City Inn, and hope to maintain the high standards and care Fred and Anita have put into the CCI all of these years!

Danielle’s family connections to Bisbee and Arizona are long. Her family came west as homesteaders and settled on a ranch in the Canelo Hills near Sonoita when Danielle’s grandfather was of grade school age. Grandpa Jack was in the first graduating class at Bisbee High School. Danielle is pleased to have found a way to re-settle in Bisbee after growing up in the Pacific Northwest and traveling the country working as a registered nurse for 33 years while her husband Chuck navigated his career as a United States Coast Guard officer. In addition to his military service, Chuck has worked as a warehouseman, a bartender, and most recently running a business doing light construction remodel projects, building maintenance and repairs. Chuck is from a military family and has travelled extensively throughout the States, and in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Having lived a somewhat itinerant lifestyle for so long, Danielle and Chuck are pleased to settle in Bisbee. It is an opportunity to meet new people, make new friends, and contribute to a vibrant community.

Jenny Chavez, our room cleaner at the Inn, is a long time Bisbee resident, and has been caring for the Copper City Inn for over eight years.

Media Articles

Arizona Highways

Arizona Republic (Article #1)

Arizona Republic  (Article #2)


Time Out New York

Frommers Arizona 2010 (hard copy)


Copper City Inn is located at 99 Main Street in historic Old Bisbee on the quiet west end of the business district. Driving directions are on our Contact Us page, or get directions with Google Maps.

Your Stay

Our Inn is a fine space to renew and restore your self. If on a business trip our restful rooms can help insure a productive visit. We are a wonderful place for a special romantic hideaway. You can enjoy a relaxing stay in one of the most historically authentic towns in Arizona; but just a few steps away are shops, restaurants, museums, and nightlife. There is plenty to do or not to do. Seclusion, sociability, or a combination of the two.