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Panamint Springs Resort
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Kind of Disorganized
User: paulkJ4268TU from: Salem, Massachusetts
Published Date: Mar, 23, 2020
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2020
Rating: 2
The people working there were very nice. That being said, they mistakenly gave away our private cabin which we had booked six months in advance. Instead of our booked place, they offered a motel room. We refused and they eventually gave us a different cabin, attached to another with a screaming baby next door.
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Quite a satisfactory stay!
User: A6775NPcraigb from:
Published Date: Mar, 22, 2020
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
We booked one of the large tent cabins in March, 2020. We initially had some trouble contacting Panamint Springs Resort, but in the end it worked out. The check-in was easy, though we had to pay on-site rather than through Booking.com as we had thought. The tent-cabin was nice and spacious and kept the rain off us just fine. The cots were serviceable, but had some fraying which made me worry they could tear on us, though they held up. Fire pits and picnic benches are on each site which is great. The bathroom accommodations were a little unsavory, but were functional in the end. That's probably my biggest point of contention at this site. It was really nice camping out so close to Death Valley, and right from within the property you have lovely views. There are creosotes growing all around so you don't feel too separated from nature. The general store stocks maps on paper and bandana for around $8-10 and they will get the job done. They also are kind enough to give you directions to the nearby falls. Check-out was even simpler than check-in and was no hassle at all. We enjoyed our stay and would recommend others to book a tent-cabin here.
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A find in the desert
User: H4846RRmarye from:
Published Date: Mar, 15, 2020
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
Ok, this isn't a five star, luxury resort. Our room was old, very clean, and had basically no amenities, except for the very clear skies at night that allowed us to see the moon and the stars, the easy walk to the flats to experience the desert at night. The breakfast was delicious, and Ben, one of the owners was friendly, informative and passionate about the resort, the desert and the experience. No cell coverage, no internet, except at the restaurant (which by the way has great food and amazing pizza). This is a place to have an experience, to seriously get away from the noise and to try the basics. If you need fluffy towels, all the bells and whistles, this isn't the place for you. If you need to try something special, stay here.
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Ripped off
User: jimr20162016 from: Hackettstown, New Jersey
Published Date: Jan, 12, 2020
Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2020
Rating: 2
Don’t stop here for gas. The pump read $4.12 per gallon. I had to pay inside and didn’t pay much attention to the charge. When I got home and started reviewing our expenses, I notice I was charged $4.999 per gallon. I really wish I had noticed that while we were at the resort.
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Perfectly fine
User: bkfam5 from: New York City, New York
Published Date: Jan, 11, 2020
Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2020
Rating: 3
Yes, it's basic, but the rooms were clean, the sheets were crisp, the towels were fluffy and there was plenty of hot water. A portable heater warmed the room quickly. The guys at the gas station solved a reservation mix-up by giving us an additional room at no charge. The gas station/convenience store also had some good snacks. Get to the restaurant early at dinnertime as it seemed the popular items sold out, and try the waffles at breakfast. The eggs were inedible, as others have mentioned--guys, hard-boiled eggs, you can do this! The service was friendly, and the view from the restaurant was wonderful. We didn't hear any noise from our neighbors, and in fact it was perfectly quiet at night and we all slept well.
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