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We stopped here on a cross-country motorcycle trip based on the recommendation of another biker we met at a gas stop earlier in the day. What a fabulous find! This hotel was built in 1907 and has an incredibly ornate lobby with marble pillars and...More
I rarely give a 5, but my lunch at the Gadsden was a high light. A less than friendly desk clerk was made up for by our excellent server Fatima. We all ordered Sonoran Mexican, and were not disappointed. It became the main meal of...More
JR and Anel really added a lasting memory to our long road trip. The hotel is under renovation, and some of the amenities you get with the newer updated chains aren't there yet; however, if you let that minor detail get in your way, you...More
the couple who just bought it will make it a great place, be patient. very historical, the lobby is like a museum. biker friendly, ask for owners and tour, book ahead, close to border, but not like in Tj, rooms are clean and comfy, ask...More
My aunt was a beautiful, dignified, elegant woman; age may have added wrinkles and faded the facade, but she always retained her grace and dignity. The Gadsden reminds me of that aunt; some wrinkles, but so beautiful still. The 42 foot long Tiffany stained glass...More