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Featured Lodging LocationEldorado Suites Hotel is located at 55 OK Street in Bisbee. For more information, call 520-432-6679 or visit www.eldoradosuitesbisbee.com.

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Eldorado Suites Hotel

By Kathy Montgomery

BISBEE Suite 12 at the Eldorado Suites Hotel may be as close to a penthouse as you’ll find in Bisbee. Located on the third floor and overlooking Brewery Gulch, the corner suite sits above the rooftops of its neighbors, providing unobstructed light and views from every window — and making it among the hotel’s most-requested suites. Which isn’t to say the other suites don’t have their boosters. The interior suites are quieter. Those on the first floor have comfortably furnished, shaded rear patios. They all share a resemblance, but each has its charms — like siblings in a large, attractive family. Constructed in 1914, the hotel first served as a boarding house, and later, as apartments. Today’s suites combine the best of old and new, pairing original claw-foot tubs and vintage hardware with modern appliances and contemporary furnishings. Whichever suite you choose, you’re sure to come out on top.

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