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Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel
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An immersive Death Valley experience!
User: FreedomExpress13 from: Evans, Georgia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 21, 2022
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We have stayed, shopped and eaten at Stovepipe Wells Village quite a few times in the past, and it is always is a thrill. You truly experience Death Valley when you see the beautiful landscape every time you walk outside your door. The theming is immersive with the mining themed hotel exterior and the mining equipment placed throughout. September set record highs (125F on one day during our visit), yet the A/C kept the room comfortable. To be able to conveniently park in front of the room makes unloading, going in and out, and unloading so easy. The staff was very friendly, and the room rates were very reasonable considering this is the middle of a National Park - the driest, hottest place in the US! The General Store across the street made shopping for gifts and supplies very convenient and enjoyable. We can't wait to return!
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Great Location
User: jmI7970WT from: East Lyme, Connecticut
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 23, 2022
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
Booked this hotel based on its location. We were driving from Las Vegas to Yosemite straight through Death Valley. There really is only a handful of options. This fit the bill. The room was fine, totally outdated and the bed was acceptable with minimal pillows. The pool area looked like a college party, with kids playing beer pong, blasting music and stacking solo cups. I quickly determined this was not what we were looking for after driving hours and looking for a quiet swim before bed. If your looking for a place to sleep and leave on your way through Death Valley, this is a good option. A standard room with 2 double beds was $200. Which is billed at the time of booking. There was a restaurant but we didn’t stop there after reading so many bad reviews about the restaurant instead we stopped at the General Store for some snacks and headed to the Mesquite Sand Dunes 5 minutes away then the Mosaic Canyon Trail about 20 minutes away.

Fantastic location but rooms needs updating.
User: cliveb688 from: Horsham, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 8, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
Great location bang in the middle of the DV. The rooms were outdated but comfortable enough. Wifi is very POOR - they need to sort this out. Staff did not seems bothered when I raised this! Friendly staff in the restaurant.
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Not quite spotless Stovepipe
User: Tony S from: London, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 21, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
We would have awarded an even higher rating had it not been for two badly stained bedsheets which we brought to the attention of the front desk. Otherwise, taking account of the unique location and the heat (48 degrees Celsius, 118 Fahrenheit), our one night stay was comfortable. The bedroom was large, cooled well by the aircon, had reasonable free wifi, a fridge and a desert view. Recycling was evident, a sadly unusual facility in our 16 hotel road trip. We ate dinner in the restaurant and although the menu was limited, the food was good and the service obliging. A trip to the nearby dunes, 5 minutes away, at 1am to see the marvel of the Milky Way is highly recommended.

A great way to early experience Death Valley
User: KevenO_13 from: Prairie Village, Kansas
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
Really enjoyed our stay here. We selected a patio room as it was part of the original motel. Staff was super friendly. They came quickly when we had issues and had helpful suggestions. Their are two restaurants on site. The saloon has really good hamburgers. The breakfast buffet is really pretty good for the price. The dunes are very close. The rooms were not exactly spotless. The bathrooms were not as clean as you would expect at a larger urban chain hotel. The pool was rather dirty but I expect it’s tough to keep it clean with the amount of blowing dust in the air. Death Valley is a unique experience and this was a great place to stay to enhance that experience. If you are coming for star taint be prepared to walk away from the motel as although the lights are downward facing they and wha t little traffic is on the road will effect your acclimation.

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