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Southern Arizona   >   Cochise County   >   Lodging

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    2047 S. Highway 92
    Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
    520-459-5900  •  800-825-4656

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    The Windemere Hotel and Conference Center is southeastern Arizona's largest, full service hotel, and is located in the heart of the "Old West". Just 60 miles southeast of Tucson, we are a quick 10 minutes from the main gate to Fort Huachuca and directly across the street from the Sierra Vista Mall. Whatever your needs; clean, spacious sleeping rooms, a relaxed dinner or cocktail, meeting space or a banquet for 400 people, the Windemere is ready and waiting to accommodate you. We are bordered on the south and west by the beautiful 10,000' Huachuca mountains, on the east by the San Pedro River, Tombstone, Bisbee and the Mule mountains and on the north by the Whetstone mountains and Kartchner Caverns, Arizona's 8th "Wonder of the World"


    P.O. Box 232
    Pearce, AZ 85625
    520-826-4141  •  877-426-4141

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    Cochise Stronghold Bed & Breakfast is:
    A magical place encircled by mountain peaks and lush native vegetation.
    Secluded and quiet; surrounded by 64,000 acres of evergreen forest.
    A wilderness destination in the wild, wild west; off the "beaten path".
    Cooler, located at a 5,000 feet elevation in the Dragoon Mountains.
    A friendly, welcoming, peaceful sanctuary.


    608 Powell St
    Bisbee, AZ 85603

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    In 1906 noted Southwest architect Henry C. Trost designed a home for the Joseph E. Curry family. Mr. Curry was chief clerk for the Calumet & Arizona Mining Company. The "C&A" subsequently acquired the house and, after altering it to reflect an increasingly wealthy community, used it as their guest house for visiting VIPs.

    After passing through a few owners and many changes to meet the needs of an always changing mining community, it became the residence of the Timbers in 1977, and since that year they have been conducting the careful restoration and enhancement of the home and its grounds. Countless architectural details and period furnishings are the result of a long ago art of craftsmanship and sense of proportion, which are lost to us today.


    1794 West Newell Ave
    Naco, AZ 85620

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    Located in Sunny Southern Arizona, Turquoise Valley is the oldest continuously operated golf course in the state. With our friendly staff, great food, spacious RV Park and the longest golf hole in Arizona, we're sure your visit to Turquoise Valley will be an experience you're going to want to repeat again and again.


    8933 S. Yell Land
    Hereford, AZ 85615
    520-366-1300  •  888-257-2050

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    This nationally-acclaimed inn is 90 miles from Tucson and inches from heaven. Experts have labeled it the most upscale bed and breakfast in Southeastern Arizona. Naturalists, bird watchers, history buffs and environmentalists herald the inn as a world-class accommodation with a heart. A courtyard with a fountain provides a cool enclave in summer months and handmade Mexican furnishings bring territorial appeal home for breakfast.


    1046 G Avenue
    Douglas, AZ 85607

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    The Gadsden is truly a hotel unlike any you'll find elsewhere. Besides a colorful past perhaps most splendid is her architecture. The spaciousmain lobby is majestically set with a solid white Italian marble staircaseand four soaring marble columns. Each capital is decorated in 14K gold leaf-worth $20,000 in 1929. The building is constructed of structural steel and reinforcedconcrete. The finest materials and fixtures were used, even the plumbingis installed with all copper pipes throughout.
    An authentic Tiffany stained glass mural extends forty-two feet across one wall of the massive mezzanine. An impressive oil paintingby Audley Jean Nichols is just below the window. Vaulted stained glass skylightsrun the full length of the lobby.


    1001 N. Highway 80
    Tombstone, AZ 85638

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    Tombstone's Newest Hotel Gives You More.

    The Holiday Inn Express in Tombstone provides 60 guest rooms on two floors, with meeting space for up to 30 people and the famous ExpressStart Breakfast Bar!

    Stroll down to Boot Hill Cemetaryand see how the old time cowboys lived and died in Tombstone. Then make your way to Allen Street and the rest of Tombstone, where the Wild West comes alive again. From the Birdcage Theater to the OK Corral; Tombstone has it all!


    11 Howell Ave
    Bisbee, AZ 85603

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    The Copper Queen Hotel, built in 1902, was the product of a booming mining camp called Bisbee. What was once the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, it is now a beautiful, quiet getaway. While the town of Bisbee has “grown up,” it has not lost its charm. Soon after Bisbee became a town, the Copper Queen Hotel came about as a place for dignitaries and weary miners to rest their hats.

    Located roughly 100 miles southeast of Tucson, at an elevation of 5,300 feet. At the hotel it is usually 10-20 degrees cooler than in Tucson or Phoenix. In the winter, we are even blessed with an occasional snow. Although the Copper Queen Hotel has maintained the ambiance of the Old West, it has been renovated with modern day conveniences to make your stay more comfortable.


    29 Ramsey Canyon Road
    Hereford, AZ 85615

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    Bird watchers, hikers, athletes, nature lovers, history buffs and
    the romantic at heart, herald the inn as an upscale but inviting inn.

    At an elevation of 5400 feet in the Huachuca Mountains,
    Ramsey Canyon Inn is nestled in the world famous
    Ramsey Canyon birding area, just 80 miles southeast of Tucson.

    Ramsey Canyon Inn offers a peaceful retreat for those seekin to enjoy
    the wonders of nature right at their fingertips...
    ...or who simply want to get away from it all and savor country
    iving at its best in quiet, comfortable surroundings
    beneath a magnificent forest umbrella.

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