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Visiting Bisbee Where to Stay?

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Visiting Bisbee Where to Stay?

We are travelling to Bisbee on 30 June and looking for accomation for 3 nights. Please could you give advice on the best place to stay?

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11. Re: Visiting Bisbee Where to Stay?

The Loftson hotel looks really nice, but it might still be pretty noisy at night. Plus, if it is a busy weekend, parking could be an issue. Try James at inntheoaks.com he has a place called Mayberry's and it is just over $100 a night. Parking is no problem, it is within walking distance to everything, it is really clean, and it has a fully stocked kitchen just incase you want to eat in or if you have left overs from one of the awesome restaurants. Most hotels/B&B's in Bisbee are really cool, but if it is located anywhere near a bar then you can plan on very little sleep on weekend nights. Also, parking can be an issue since the town was totally developed before cars were invented. Enjoy Bisbee, it is such a great place!

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12. Re: Visiting Bisbee Where to Stay?

Thank you to everyone for all your helpful advice.

We have narrowed our choices to Letson Loft or Mayberrys.

We will be in Bisbee Sun June 28 and Mon June 29.

Many people have commented that Bisbee can be noisy at the weekend.Will Sunday and Monday nights be a bit quieter than Friday and Saturday?

Thanks again for your help.

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13. Re: Visiting Bisbee Where to Stay?

I agree that the Hotel San Ramon is very nice. The first time we stayed there (during the week), we had no trouble whatsoever with the noisy bars. The second time, however (weekend), it was very loud. I suspect Sunday and Monday might not be a problem.

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BCATAH,

Yes, on Sunday and Monday it should be a lot quieter unless something big is going on that week. I know that 4th of July is a HUGE celebration in Bisbee, so there could be some extra traffic from that. Make sure you bring some rain gear as you could come across some AMAZING afternoon monsoon storms. If you haven't experienced it, you will be blown away at how the desert lights up with lightning! :) I hope you choose Mayberry's...you just can't go wrong with the hospitatlity there! One other tip, eat breakfast at the breakfast club. It was mentioned earlier, and it is sooo worth the 2 minute drive. They even made Arizona Highways top AZ rest. list! Have fun in BISBEE!!! You are going to LOVE it!!!

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15. Re: Visiting Bisbee Where to Stay?

Stay at the Sleepy Dog Guest House!

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