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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.
"Basic but Convenient"
This is the only game in town for anyone wanting to stay in Stovepipe Wells. The rooms are pretty basic. As would be expected in a resort area, the room price is double what a comparable room would cost outside a park, but I've paid a LOT more inside other parks for rooms that weren't as good, so we had no complaints about price. The rooms were clean, with good maid service; no problems with noise from neighboring rooms; beds were on metal platforms which were very noisy if kicked; bedsprings were noisy with the slightest movement (enough to disturb sleep); I found the beds a bit firm but that's entirely personal preference. If we return to Stovepipe Wells we'll have hesitation about staying here again.
The room was clean, however during our 4 day stay one day they forgot to do daily housekeeping one day. The staff was pleasant. Pool was not heated, which in winter while mild would have been a pleasant experience to swim in at least warm water not colder then the air. Small refrigerator and coffee maker provided in the rooms. Overall, okay place to stay. Don't bother with the restaurant onsite, fair to poor service, food is nothing special and they ran out of menu items.
"Excellent location and hotel, a welcome place to stay in Death Valley"
We really enjoyed our stay. The room was clean, comfortable, quiet, very large, and completely updated/remodeled. A perfect location to stay to see some of the areas in Death Valley. We only stayed here 1 night, then spent the next day seeing the sights in Death Valley, then exited the park at the East entrance and stayed in Amargosa Valley before heading home.
"Just OK "
I stayed for four nights and had a room in the Roadrunner building. The room was large, comfortable, and had plenty of space, but could have used some updating and a bit more cleaning. The table and lamp between the beds were dusty and there was a dead bug smeared on the wall by the sink. The Roadrunner building is the furthest from the main building, which was fine for us (in February), but may not be desirable for some in the summer. There was always plenty of parking right outside our room. The restaurant/saloon was severely understaffed and had average food. We ended up driving to Furnace Creek for most of our meals. I forgot a couple things and was happily surprised that the general store across the street had what I needed. So, if you're staying for a night Stovepipe Wells will be adequate, but if you're staying for a longer amount of time you may want to consider someplace else.
"Camping Out Indoors--Fine for One night"
This hotel; is run by a vendor for the National Park Service and is "rustic". It is in the middle of the park and a good distance from any other place to rest your head. It was clean, the people were friendly but it is fairly old and rustic. Walls are paper thin so you can hear anything that goes on in adjacent rooms. Bathroom was old but clean and the towel rack fell off the wall as I walked by. The only real place to eat other than a sandwich from the cooler at the general store is the restaurant or saloon--they share the same kitchen. The food was OK but pricey. They were very short-staffed so it took awhile to get served. My disappointment with the facility was that they offer a telescope to view the stars in this light-free village but did not do it that night because of the short staffing and the guy in charge had to work the desk. This was an OK place but if I could do it over again I probably would have stayed at Furnace Creek near the main ranger station.
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