While staying in the hotel please enjoy our historic saloon for a fresh fruit margarita or a Sarsaparilla.
Our bartenders can make you an array of cocktails from simple to one of a kind! We have an eclectic variety of entertainment ranging from classic country, Honky Tonk, Blues and Alternative. There is no designated dance floor so do as the locals do and dance wherever you choose!
The atmosphere is quaint, low light and intimate candles and the red glow of antique lamps will take you back in time of real lounges where deals were made on a handshake and new friendships were made the same way.When the Copper Queen Hotel was originally built the Saloon was actually about a quarter of the size that it is today with seating for about 12 people. The rest of the Saloon was used as office space for the Chamber of Commerce, the land surveyor and the Western Union office. Since then, it has been expanded to what you see today. Of interest in the Saloon is the 100+ year old, nearly life size, portrait of Lillie Langtry. Lillie was a stage actress from Jersey, England around the turn of the century. Legend has it that she was the love interest of Edward, Prince of Wales, later to be King Edward VII. She was Judge Roy Bean of Texas' lady love, but he never met her.