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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.
"Nice room and nice staff"
I was extremely pleased with my stay here. My room was facing the highway with great views of the open desert and mountains. The room itself was much better than I expected! Nice linen on the bed, clean room, heater worked well and I liked the pictures hanging on the wall. There was also a refrigerator, which I didn't know about beforehand. The walls were quite thin so I could hear everything going on in the room next to me; luckily they were not loud or partying. I also wish there were more electrical outlets. The one within the sleeping area was not in a great location. The general store was great, and the prices for things I bought were "normal". Gas is also reasonably priced. The staff was great-from housekeeping to the management. Friendly and accomodating. Didnt get a chance to eat at the restaurant. I'll definitely come here again.
"Nice clean room for a weekend stay."
This was a nice location for a weekend stay with friends while touring DV by motorcycle. They do have different room types across the property, but I think we were in one of the upgraded sections. Double beds, tv with satellite service, and wifi. Bathroom was nice and clean with plenty of towels. Bed and pillows were comfortable. The pool was nice to enjoy after a day of riding, although a bit cold... but still good! Food at the restaurant was ok. It was pretty much basic offerings which were just fine for breakfast and dinner and we got lunch while visiting small towns near by. Price was a bit steep, but for a clean and quiet place out in the middle of no where, it was worth it!
OK, maybe it's not completely in the middle of nowhere, but it does feel like it. For that reason alone staying the night here in the middle of Death Valley is a must. It has a special ambiance. Certainly at night. My room was big, two beds, decent sized bathroom with a modern shower. Waking up, opening the curtains with a view on Mesquite Flat Dunes. One remark: it was impossible to get the room quiet. The heater/airco could not be shut down. Didn't use the pool, but it looks fun and has lots of shade. I'm in love with Death Valley, and would stay here again, but for more than one night and use it as a basis to further discover the whole of the park.
"Run down with bad service"
We stayed at this Joliet because the other hotels in the park were undergoing renovations. Rooms: Our room was small, dingy and well used. The cramped space basic, very threadbare and had a musty smell that was pervasive. The towels were very thin, barely enough to wipe with. I understand that the hotel is at a major national park and isolated, but this does not excuse the lack of basic comfort. Location and ambiance: The website promises a beautiful view and a Wild West type ambiance. We were looking forward to it. The hotel looks fun down from outside. There are lots of odd old â€œjunkâ€ lying around, it would have been great to have some context on the age and utility of these items. Just a small placard. The hotel is situated just outside the park, the sand dunes are a few minutes drive but the other attractions are about 20-30 minutes away. Food: Extremely basic. Breakfast, which is included, was a disaster every morning. I got to the breakfast room literally 5 minutes after it opened and either the food was not yet put out or was finished! There were no eggs and or coffee, just the basics. They literally have on small coffee container for the entire room and it takes them 15 minutes to brew and bring out a new pot, yes I did time them. The staff were extremely grumpy, downright rude at times. They opened at 7 but that was when they literally started getting food out, with about 20 folks wanting to get a head start on the day. In contrast, the lunch and bar crew were excellent, friendly, caring and efficient. In conclusion, we did not like our stay here and can not recommend this hotel. Very disappointing!
"Comfortable, Clean, Convenient "
Recently renovated, the room met our expectations for cleanliness and nice design touches (HGTV would approve of the tile in the bathroom!). Plenty of room for clothes, toiletries, food in the fridge, and ourselves - especially given that the whole point is to be close to the sights of the park! Restaurant makes me wish we could review it separately. Soup at night was delicious, salad fresh. Breakfast is buffet only, with packaged eggs, frozen tater tots, and a variety of bland supermarket breads for making toast - absolutely not worth the "we're the only game in town" pricing. Certainly not fortifying for a day of hiking, made more frustrating by the inability to microwave leftovers from other restaurants the room (no microwave, and a draconian "thou shalt not cook in the room" policy that we actually had to sign in agreement upon registering.) Lastly, the staff is VERY eager to help, yet hampered by rules that they are clearly all afraid to bend in any way. We definitely felt more like a customer than a guest. Again, that doesn't make a huge difference when the goal is to be in the park, just felt disappointing. So... clean comfortable room (our main goal), disappointing breakfast, adequate dinner, and a real need for management to rethink whether they want people to feel like cogs in a business machine or guests.
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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