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Over Stovepipe Wells Village
Stove Pipe Wells is een eco-vriendelijke accommodatie. Het is een prima uitvalsbasis voor een bezoek aan Death Valley. Vanuit hier kunt u onder andere een bezoek brengen aan het bekende Zabriski Point en Dante's View. Het hotel beschikt over een restaurant en taverne gebouwd met hout uit de oude Death Valley mijnbouwactiviteiten. Verder is er een cocktail lounge, klein winkeltje, souvenierwinkel en zijn er kluisjes bij de receptie. Voor de verkoeling kunt u bij het buitenzwembad terecht. Verder biedt het hotel gratis parkeermogelijkheden en WiFi. De kamers van het hotel zijn netjes en comfortabel ingericht voorzien van airco, televisie en een badkamer.
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Airco, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, koelkastje, wekker, strijkfaciliteiten, föhn. Badkamer met douche.
Deze accommodatie is gelegen in het Death Valley National Park.
• WiFi in de lobby
• Gratis parkeergelegenheid
• Golf (in de omgeving)
• Tennis (in de omgeving)
• Paardrijden (in de omgeving)
Death Valley, in de staat Californië, maakt deel uit van de Great Basin en de Mojavewoestijn. In het Death Valley National Park zijn naast woestijn ook zoutvlakten, rotsformaties, canyons, zandduinen en bergen te bezoeken.
"National Park Trip"
The rooms are clean and spacious. The king size bed was very comfortable. The room could use another chair to sit in and a table or desk. You don't have a lot of options in National Parks especially in Death Valley and this is a very good choice. Don't expect anything more than the basics
"Nice place, very over-priced"
For the price of $240 a night, one is left yearning for many things... A working TV remote, a clean toilet, comfortable bed and good water pressure, for instance. These things most basic motels have for around $85 a night! Things that this place does have going for it... Location to trails and courteous staff, with the exception of 1 grump in the dining room... ALSO IF YOU ARE VEGAN, I HOPE YOU COME PREPARED! Not many options for us!!! Next time, I will come prepared to camp and save a few hundred bucks.
"For What It Is, Where It Is, A-OK"
Considering where this hotel (personally, I'd be inclined to call it a motel) the Stovepipe Wells Hotel gets the job done. Sure, the internet was down while we were there, but it's not like the technician is coming from just across town. If you'll just pause and think about it..... that you're staying in the middle of Death Valley and set your expectations accordingly I think you'll come to the same conclusion we came to: they do a pretty good job accommodating folks. Check in was pleasant. Phillip was training a new front desk person and his demeanor with her was just so pleasant you just could not be upset with him when he explained their WiFi was down. Only thing really off putting was the lack of microwave in the room. We thought the restaurant was a bit pricey so we visited the General Store and that's when we realize we had no microwave to heat anything up. Also, the body lotion / hand cream in the wall mounted dispenser is mostly water with little moisturizer. Given the dry air here, you'll likely wish you had brought your own. The middle of the night fire alarm didn't help, but these things happen in hotels and as long as it is a rare occurrence it's not intolerable. Upon arrival from a day in the park on our second and last night here, we checked in with the front desk to see if the WiFi was functional. Again, it was Phillip at the front desk and again it was impossible to be upset with this person. He should give lessons on how to deal with and speak with customers. Stovepipe Wells Hotel is fortunate to have someone of this caliber on their team.
"Convenient place to stay, but expensive"
Death Valley NP is huge. I mean HUGE. If you want take a few days to explore everything in the park, accommodation options are extremely limited. My husband and I stayed at Stovepipe Wells hotel in one of the new deluxe rooms. It came with some standard amenities - tv, mini fridge and A/C that worked like a champ. We really missed not having a microwave, and wifi was only available near the lobby. The room itself was nice, clean and comfortable. I liked how they promoted recycling. Yes, it was pricey, but so are all the other lodges located in the middle of national parks. The little cluster of buildings that comprises Stovepipe Wells consists of the hotel (with pool), a gas station, a gift shop/general store, a saloon and a restaurant. The town is just a couple of miles from the sand dunes, and the view from the rooms is quite nice at dawn and dusk. The restaurant serves breakfast and dinner, and the saloon serves lunch. As usual in national parks, the food is pricey and just ok. You get the feeling that they just reheat prepackaged frozen stuff. The staff working the lobby, gift shop, saloon and restaurant were extremely friendly and helpful.
"Stovepipe Wells in March"
We stayed at Stovepipe Wells on an overnight visit in March of 2017. We travelled just a few miles down the road after dark and were treated to a magnificent view of the stars in an area where there is so very little light pollution. Great place. Great lodge.
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1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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