Imagine yourself and you glamorous wedding party at this gorgeous wedding venue, holding court from the Crystal Lobby, stage, balcony, courtyard, under the stars in our amphitheater, or by the waterfall and reflecting pool.
The PPR is a posh desert retreat in Rodeo, NM built to the finest specification as the exclusive getaway for a well-known Silicon Valley Software Entrepreneur. This is the place to entertain large gatherings in the serenity and natural beauty of the isolated New Mexico high desert.
Beginning in 2000, the existing outdoor space surrounding the Calumet & AZ Guest House and the owner's home next door was recreated as a spectacular experience in desert foliage and renewable resources. Completed in 2013, the pond, ramada and garden offer a relaxing area to be enjoyed by C&A's guests.
We can accomodate groups from 2 to 200 or more.
We have multiple rooms availible and one
(or a combination of several) is bound to work
as the perfect venue for your upcoming event.
Please contact Heather, our Event Coordinator,
for detailed information about our facilities and services.
The Copper Queen Hotel, built in 1898 and completed in 1902, was the product of a booming mining camp called Bisbee. Once the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, it is now a beautiful, quiet getaway. While the town of Bisbee has "grown" it has not lost its' charm.
Celebrate with friends and family in our outdoor event area and gardens. Perfect for family reunions, retreats or weddings! Cook pizzas in our new wood-fired pizza oven. Maggie can guide you in making the perfect event with the new outdoor kitchen and dining area, as well as our gardens.
Set on the edge of Tombstone Arizona's historic Allen Street District, Crazy Annie's Bordello Bed & Breakfast and Saloon has four wonderful guest rooms named after famous "working women" of the 1880's. Each room is tastefully decorated, while providing all the modern conveniences and comforts a tired traveler would expect.
Want an Old West wedding? There's no better place to get hitched in good old cowboy style than Tombstone. If you choose Big Nose Kate's Saloon as your venue, we will assist you in planning your special day.
Our bed and breakfast is a Victorian picture set in “The Town Too Tough to Die”, Tombstone, Arizona. Built in 1881, it was once a house of ill-fame owned by Big Nose Kate. The Bordello was originally located on a site at the east end of Allen Street but was moved in 1923 to make way for the Tombstone High School.
Our Arizona bed and breakfast’s modern territorial hacienda is designed to evoke the traditional architecture of Spain and Mexico. Mexican hardwood furnishings with hand carved embellishments add an elegant touch to the setting.