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This Old West-inspired hotel was established in the year 1902 when the mining days in Bisbee was still in progress. Bisbee was considered the largest city in San Francisco and St. Louis back in the days and is now an important site where the historic Copper Queen Hotel stands.

The hotel was actually built with an Italian style in mind, which you will notice when looking at the mosaic tiles as soon as you enter. During the Wild West era, The Copper Queen Hotel was already considered a one-of-a-kind and modern structure. Until now, it?s still the only hotel in the city with an elevator. Aside from its Italian-inspired architecture, you?ll also notice that all 48 rooms of the building are polished with a Victorian accent. After being converted to a bed and breakfast in 2006, the hotel now has 52 rooms in total.
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