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Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel
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No wifi in basic room
User: katrienenluc from: Lokeren, Belgium
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2018
Rating: 3
The standard room is really basic and expansive for the comfort you get. Everything was available, so for one night it was ok. We had no wifi in the room, although it was mentioned in the description. We could use messenger, but that was it. There is a 'business room' with only one working laptop for all the guests. We had a flat tire and had to call the rental company many times to find a solution. Everytime we could use the telephone at the reception for free. That was a kind gesture! Coffee is served between several hours at the reception, but people come to fill their coffeethermos so most of the time it was empty. They should do make a remark to these people if they see it happen. We ate descend in the only restaurant on the property. If you don't want to use it, bring your own food to warm up in the microwave in your room, because there is nothing else in the neighbourhood. It was december and the room could be heated enough.
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Your are in the middle of the Desert
User: A Joe I from: Las Vegas, Nevada
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Stovepipe hotel...in the middle of the desert staff- helpful and polite; hot coffee and tea in the lobby (plus Chocolate chip cookies at night) rooms- very clean, comfortable and functional Tip- We’ve stayed here 3 times and I’m not sure what the difference is between the $160 and $270 per night rooms...perhaps the view. Go for the lower price, all the same. gift shop - what they don’t have over at the general store, they have here General store- great selection, good prices but not very knowledgeable about the area. Tip- spend some time in here. There are some hidden gems at great prices
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Comfortable stay in the vast expanse of Death Valley National Park
User: psutraveler08 from: Pennsylvania
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We stayed here during a wonderful REI Adventure trip in February of 2019. It is in a great location for day trips in the park. There is not an overabundance of choice for hotels in Death Valley, but this one is clean and comfortable. The TV does not work well, but it is most likely simply due to remote location. The showers were hot with plenty of water, the beds comfortable, and both room and bath kept very clean. The restaurant has a variable reputation, but for our stay the food was delicious and the quantity excellent. The staff were friendly (Colton in particular) and accommodating. We stayed in the winter and the heater was somewhat noisy, but you quickly grew accustomed, and it did not keep us up at night. There is a coffee maker and refrigerator (good to kep your water cool) in the room. The sunrise view in the AM is beautiful. Overall, an excellent place to rest after hiking and climbing in Death Valley.
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Great Stay, Great Views, Great Staff
User: Jim S from: Bozeman, United States
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 14, 2019
Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Just wanted to let management know how much we appreciated Chris at the front desk. He was welcoming, professional and he bent over backwards to help us extend our stay. This is a great location to base camp while exploring this incredible area!

Great Hotel in Heart of Death Valley National Park
User: S9064RCchriss from: Conroe, Texas
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 12, 2019
Travel Date: Feb, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Try this hotel located in Stovepipe Wells, California. King-size comfy beds, accessible parking right outside your room, Badwater Saloon and Buffet Restaurant located nearby. The nights are very cold right now so the heaters in the room worked very well. The staff were friendly, and the on tap beer selection, liquor, and food menu in the Badwater Saloon included Cheeseburgers, Chicken Quesadilla, and a very good, spicy Chili. Blue Moon beer on tap was good too. This hotel is centrally located within the park and is accessible from Las Vegas via Beatty, Nevada or via Pahrump, Nevada. My husband and I rented a Harley Davidson Motorcycle in Las Vegas so riding in this area was fantastic. It's about a 113 mile trip from Las Vegas to Furnace Creek Visitor's Center and then about 25 miles on to Stovepipe Wells. We brought our full face helmets and heated gear so we could stay warm on the rides. There's lots of hiking in the park, horseback riding rentals, guided tours of the renovation of Scotty's Castle, and many talks by the rangers at the Furnace Creek Visitors Center. Mount Whitney scenic drive towards Lone Pine, California is really nice about a 77 miles one way trip. Be sure to take time to spend a sunset at the sand dunes located about 2 miles south of Stovepipe Wells.

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