The upper floor of the The Galleria comprises six turnkey guest rooms, a well-equipped kitchen and spacious common area. Artists, adventurers and entrepreneurs are flocking to Clifton to enjoy its quirky historic downtown and spectacular setting in a narrow canyon in the mountains of eastern Arizona. Meanwhile, the demand for housing for the nearby mining town of Morenci guarantees a steady revenue stream. In 2019, The Galleria had an 80% occupancy rate.
Each room is named for a female Western legend.
Room #1 – Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane, one of the rowdiest and adventurous women in the Old West, was a frontierswoman and professional scout.
Room #2 – Belle Starr
Belle Starr, known as the “Bandit Queen” was an infamous female outlaw who rode alongside the bad boys of the Wild West.
Room #3 – Annie Oakley
Annie Oakley was a sharpshooter whose starred in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and became a national celebrity.
Room #4 – Big Nose Kate
Big Nose Kate was a Hungarian-born prostitute and longtime companion and common-law wife of Old West gunfighter Doc Holliday.
Room #5 – Pearl Hart
Pearl Hart, the West’s best-known woman stagecoach robber, robbed a stagecoach along the Globe-Florence highway on May 30, 1899.
Room #6 – Stagecoach Mary
Standing six feet tall and powerful, bandits learned to stay clear of Stagecoach Mary, the first African American woman to carry mail on a Star Route for the U.S. Post Office.