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Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel
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Good place to break the journey
User: ew25 from: Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Dec, 13, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
We didn’t think there would be much to do or see in Death Valley, but we needed an overnight stop somewhere to break our journey from Yosemite to Las Vegas, this seemed to be the most suitable, and we had no regrets. The hotel was fine, the WiFi was poor (excuse being the remote location) and we also suffered a total power cut for several hours. Despite this, we enjoyed our stay, and particularly the time we spent in the saloon bar, where we tried a number of beers and whiskeys, as recommended by the knowledgeable and friendly bar lady.

First visit to Death Valley National Park
User: Michael L from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Dec, 12, 2018
Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
My wife and I planned our trip to Death Valley for months and selected the Stovepipe Wells Hotel because of its great location inside the National Park. No disappointments. This facility has great management and staff. Always great service. Our room was cleaned and replenish daily to high standards. All the staff always friendly. Even though the main restaurant was closed for remodeling, the backup at the saloon was outstanding. Having a gasoline supply on site made exploring the park much easier. Would definitely recommend.

Excellent choice
User: ScooterinCT from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Dec, 7, 2018
Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
This hotel has everything you need for a stay in Death Valley. While rooms are basic, they have refrigerator, coffee, great showers, grocery store across the street, pool, and great food in the saloon and restaurant. Also freshly baked cookies every afternoon and fresh coffee every morning. It is way more economical than the Furnace Creek resorts, which we have stayed in several times (both the Inn and the Ranch), and this is our favorite. You won’t be disappointed!

Hotel Review
User: salidaboy209 from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 29, 2018
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
Spent four days and three nights in Death Valley and Stovepipe Wells was our home base. The hotel more than acceptable and it satisfied all of our needs. Room temperature was fine. Both AC and heat worked. Bed was adequate, not too soft nor too hard. Perhaps spending the day seeing the amazing sites of DV helps you sleep at night. Remember this hotel is in the desert and preserving natural resources are the ways of Stovepipe Wells Hotel. They remind you to conserve water, provide recycled trash cans in your room, and only make up your room or swap out towels and bedding if you request it. My wife commented that there was not many trash cans around the hotel or other DV attractions. I guess they’d prefer you take your trash with you. Makes sense. There was a beautiful gas fire pit in front every night. Our room had two rocking chairs outside the door leading into the courtyard. There is a store and gas station a cross the street and a gift shop at the hotel and at the store. I would definitely recommend the Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel as a place to stay while visiting Death Valley. Star gazing is best done at the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes parking lot.

Nice Lodging Choice within Death Valley Naitonal Park
User: Susie1028 from: San Diego, California
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Nov, 28, 2018
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel has a great location in the center of Death Valley National Park, near the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and Mosaic Canyon. It is about a 30-minute drive to Furnace Creek and the attractions along Badwater Road. Everything you need is within walking distance in this small village--general store, gift shop, gas station (with the lowest priced gas in the park), bar, restaurant, free parking, and pool. The reception is open 24/7, and they had fresh baked cookies out when we arrived, and coffee in the morning. Breakfast is an extra $13.50 per day. They have Wi-Fi, but it does not work well, and the cellphone service was spotty on all carriers (but you are in the middle of the desert). Our room was nice, with two comfortable beds, a warm shower, A/C, mini fridge, bottled water, coffee maker, and toiletries including shampoo and conditioner. I highly recommend this property, and would chose to stay here again over pricier alternatives in Furnace Creek.
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