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Panamint Springs Resort
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Could be so much better
User: ladyofmirkwood from: Sudbury, Ontario
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
I really wanted to like this place. I couldn't. The check in is at the gas station, which closes at 9:30pm, so you'd better not expect to arrive past that. Also, the restaurant closes st 9pm. Considering they are in the middle of nowhere, these things should really be open later. The food was mediocre at best. The shower in the large 3 bed room is cracked on the floor and my kid cut his foot. The split is actually so long and it feels like you will fall through so you have to put your feet on either side and not move at all. There are large holes in the walls of the shower and a dirty musty carpet on the floor. There is no wifi. You only get 2 breakfast vouchers no matter how many people you've paid for to stay in the room. They were busy the whole time we were there so I'm sure they could afford to fix it up. It was way overpriced for what it was.

very comfortable stay for 25 bucks
User: Donirina from: Gig Harbor
Published Date: Jun, 5, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
we rented the tent for $25 per night, restroom and shower nearby and pretty clean, restaurant across the road, breakfast is 10 dollars and pretty nice to start the day - plenty carbs and protein. service is very friendly, the camp is very easy to find,

Roundtrip West USA with friends
User: Wouter V from: Harrogate, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: May, 30, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 1
This was the worst experience of our whole round trip.The rooms were not ready as housekeeping did not bring in the keys Instet of waiting we did some side seeing and returned at the right time.The room was very dirty,the chairs outside not cleaned in 2 years by the look of it.Under the bed was a layer of dust.We complained and we ended up with another room which was a little bit better.The room had no facilities at all.We had to eat and found the restaurant staff very rude.They acted as if they didn’care,what they can do as there is nothing else in the area.Breakfast was basic but okay.Also with the petrol which is over the top expensive $5.20 a. Pg.NO recommendation.AVOID when possible.

Bailed me out of a very tight spot
User: Ross M from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: May, 22, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Having run over a boulder in Death Valley, which made my car undrivable, I had to pull over and hike to the nearest location. Panamint Springs was four miles away. When my partner and I got there, it was 10.30pm. Noah, one of the managers, was just locking up. Despite our late arrival no doubt being an inconvenience, he could not have been more helpful. He sorted us out with a nice cabin to sleep in. It was simple, but comfortable and the shower worked well. It was a relief to have a roof over our heads. At 7am, we headed to the petrol (gas) station, where we were able to use the only phoneline to sort out a replacement car. Josh, who was, working there, was of great assistance. We were well looked after, got breakfast (where plenty of food was on offer) and by 11am we had a different car and were back on the road. If you are in the area and need a pitstop, I recommend booking into Panamint Springs Resort.

Overpriced and shower did not work
User: sadtaco from: Seattle, Washington
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: May, 7, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
I was looking for a place close to Stovepipe Wells or Furnace Creek for the weekend, and stayed here for one night. The price was $137 per night, and based on photos and other reviews It sounded like a nice place. Here's what I liked: rustic setting with amenities nearby such as gas station and restaurant and bar. The room was comfortable and had AC but you dont need it right now. What I didnt like? The shower was broken and I could not get it to produce anything other than a tiny mist practically, so taking a warm shower was not going to happen. The room also was an adjoining room, which I was not aware of when checking in. It also had only one door separating the other room, and I could hear EVERYTHING, as if there was no door. I could also see a gap between the door and floor, which meant I could see shadows when the occupants of the other room stood or passed near the door. I was in a pretty lousy mood after I came back from nighttime photography and was able to hear the occupants next door. As a result I had to be extra quiet the rest of the night so I didnt disturb them. I actually almost decided to just abandon the room and camp in the SUV I rented but stayed and checked out the next morning after breakfast.

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