About Eldorado suites

Hotel Amenities

Downtown Location

Expansive Balconies

Spacious 850 Sq. Ft. Suites

Central Heat and AC (individually controlled)

Free Secure Wi-Fi

Brita Water Filters

Pets Accepted (1st Floor only)

First Floor Access

Spectacular Views

On-site Parking

1 or 2 Bedroom Suites

Fully Equipped Kitchens


Spa Quality Bath Amenities

Furnished Rear Courtyard with Gas Barbecue

Non-Smoking Property

Friendly, Knowledgeable Staff

SUite Amenities

Central Heat and AC (individually controlled)

Original Claw Foot Tub (with shower)

Luxurious Linens & Organic Bamboo Towels

Sealy Posturepedic Plush & Pillowtop Beds

Ceiling Fans

Microwave Oven


In Room Gourmet Coffee

Hair Dryer

Iron & Ironing Board

Dishes & Glasses

Cooking Utensils & Cutlery

Pots and Pans

Pot Holders and Dishcloths

Wine Bottle Opener


On-site Washer and Dryer


At the turn of the 19th century, thanks to a booming mining industry, Bisbee was the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, as well as one of the most cosmopolitan. With a population of over 20,000, housing was a sound investment. In 1914, local business man, James L Brooks constructed the Brooks Apartments on OK Street for a cost of $20k. Newspaper clippings touted the rooms as “well-appointed and delightfully cool, each having access to the large veranda”. The Brooks Apartment house was quite modern for it’s time, with concrete floors and large partitions, it is an early example of a multi-family residential unit. Quite unlike the shared living space offered in boarding houses, which were common at the time, the Brooks Apartments boasted private entrances and modern facilities for each unit, and was “considered one of the finest buildings of it’s kind in the country”. The apartment house was built in the Territorial style, an architectural style developed and used in the New Mexico Territory, the land which later became the states of New Mexico and Arizona in 1912. Sadly, like many buildings in Bisbee, the Brooks Apartments fell into disrepair over the years. In 2006 the structure was remodeled and reimagined as the Eldorado Suites Hotel. Extensive updates were made while preserving many of the original architectural features; including the claw foot bathtubs, windows and door trim, and the iconic Territorial verandas.