Frontier hotels ranged from fleabit and bedbug-infested to extravagant abodes fit for a prince. The private rooms had wall hooks to hang your clothes and a porcelain basin and washstand for personal grooming. Dormers accommodated the cheapest guests with bunks. Early hotels had a privy out back and chamber pots in the rooms. In 1871, Tucson, Arizona Territory, boasted just one tub in town. A pump at the town well often did the trick.