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Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel
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User: Red_Cat_Kayaker from: Smyrna, Georgia
Published Date: May, 13, 2021
Travel Date: May, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
My second time staying at this property and I loved it again. Staff friendly and helpful. Steps away from the desert. A quiet National Park experience. Enjoyed near by Mosaic Canyon and Mesquite Dunes.
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Basic motel but ovepriced
User: Sushar from: San Jose, California
Published Date: May, 1, 2021
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2021
Rating: 3
This hotel is located just outside the park entrance and not too far from Furnace Creek. The room was pretty basic with 2 double beds, table & chair and ok Wifi. The room was clean and functional. The restaurant had a decent menu but was take-out only due to Covid. The hotel is close to the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes but far from other attractions. There was a moldy smell in the room when we first entered which we got used to after a few minutes. Considering the basic motel room and the location (which is still some distance away from the main attractions), I felt the price was high. Overall, it is ok for a 1 or 2 night stay but I would book early and inside the park for more luxurious accommodations.
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Best place to stay in Death Valley
User: Joanna S from: Torrance, California
Published Date: Apr, 12, 2021
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
We stayed here for a 3 day weekend. We had a standard room with two double beds. The room was very clean and beds very comfortable. The room actually had a coffeemaker, which is something that most other hotels seemed to have removed due to COVID. The one downside is that there is no WiFi, but then again, it was nice to disconnect for a bit. We also wish that there was a second chair in the room, since because of COVID we had to eat some meals in the room. We did eat dinner at the restaurant, which has a limited take-out menu. The burger I had was one of the best burgers I've ever eaten. You can sit at patio tables and they bring the food to you. The location of this hotel is pretty good - even though it's not as centrally located as Furnace Creek. One other downside was that the pool is not heated, but at least it is open. We would definitely stay here again.
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Best Value in Death Valley
User: Robert P from: Dunwoody, Georgia
Published Date: Apr, 11, 2021
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2021
Rating: 3
This hotel is a good option for visiting Death Valley National Park. It's nothing special from a motel standpoint, but the rooms were clean and the was staff friendly. It's a bit pricey, but it's much less than the other in-park options. It's also more centrally located within the park itself, although further from the Badwater Basin area sites. The hotel felt quite safe from a COVID safety standpoint.
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Overpriced but I would stay again
User: robin818 from: Walhalla, South Carolina
Published Date: Apr, 6, 2021
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
On our trip to Death Valley, we stayed at this hotel and the Ranch at Death Valley. This hotel beats the Ranch in every way! It is a little further out from the main hub at Furnace Creek, but it has everything that you need. There is gas, a general store, and restaurants. Because of Covid, there was only one restaurant open, but it had good food and was reasonably priced. The resort is easy to get in and out of, and it very peaceful at night. The room was clean and the roll-away bed was waiting for us on our arrival. The only downside to this hotel is that the pool is cold, there are no phones in the rooms, and the wi-fi only works near the front of the resort. If you are trying to decide between the two hotels though, this one is your best bet.
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