18 Rooms Uniquely Decorated In Turn-Of-The-Century Style

You might just wake up in the “Jail” or the “Post Office”…
Experience the Old West without losing any of the comforts of today. Guest rooms are designed to represent the storefronts of Tombstone town. All rooms are in easy walking distance of the lodge, pool, hot tub, parking, and corral.
Choose from 4 room categories: Standard, Deluxe, Junior Suite and Premium Suite

Standard Rooms

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Kick back, relax and become part of the old west taking in the street view outside each of our individually styled Standard Rooms. Each room has two queen size beds and a private bath. Plus bath amenities, satellite TV, ac/heat, coffee maker and free wifi.

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Deluxe Rooms

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Take in the breathtaking view of the Dragoon Mountains or watch the riders having fun in the arena from the private terrace outside our Deluxe Rooms. Each room has its own unique old west décor with one king size or two queen size beds, private bathroom with amenities. Satellite TV, ac/heat, coffee maker, and free wifi.


Junior Suite Rooms

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Wake up to a gorgeous sunrise, streaming in across the town in one of our western themed Junior Suite Rooms. Complete with a queen bed and a separate room with a king bed, private bath plus amenities, Satellite TV in both rooms , ac/heat, coffee maker and free wifi.

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Premium Suite Rooms


Designed with turn of the century décor our premium suites create the feel of stepping back in time without losing any of today’s luxury. Complete with a queen bed and separate bedroom with a king bed, private bath with tub/shower combo and bath amenities. Our Premium suites also have a small kitchenette with fridge, coffee maker and sink, living space, satellite TVs in both rooms, ac/heat, and free wifi. Our premium suites also have a private patio with a spectacular view of the Dragoon Mountain range where Chief Cochise of the Chiricahua Apaches had his stronghold.

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