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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.
Good check-in with free cookies! We had an old style Patio room, comfortable bed, free bottled water, coffee maker, fridge, everything worked. Shower was good. Our room was furthest from reception but still got free wifi, great for checking emails. The plumbing was a bit noisy when next door ran the shower but we were up anyway so not a problem. First night we had dinner in restautant, chilli was nearly cold, replacement not a lot warmer. The 2nd night we ate in the bar, friendlier than restaurant but only limited meno, burgers were great. Breakfast was buffet and was basic, why 3 types scramble eggs?? Bacon would have been nice! Sausages were good, when we got bill we found that coffee and juice were extra, no one had told usthis and there was no information on the table. Next time we would take breakfast items with us. We understand that remote location decides prices. The gas prices at the garage opposite were very good and far cheaper than outside the park. Overall a very good stay, great location and fantastic night sky, would stay again.
"Great location, average room and amenities"
Great location in Death Valley, just a couple of miles from the dunes. This is an average hotel, rooms are specious with the basic amenities, a good place to lay your head after a day of hikes and drive in Death Valley. Don't have high expectations. Breakfast in the restaurant is very basic, it is better to bring your own - you would enjoy it much more. The bottom line: The only reason to pay the requested price for the hotel is its location in death valley. You
"49ers Rooms were Perfect"
We had double-queen room in "49ers" building. Our room was modern, spacious, & had comfortable mattress & great stone-tiled shower. (There are about 4-5 buildings that have different names, so not sure what building the negative ratings linked to). You can easily walk to restaurants, general store, pool, & business center from any if the buildings. Loved this location & prices for gas & market foods more reasonable than Furnace Creek!
"Location saves this place "
The location of this hotel is perfect for a visit to Death Valley buts that's where it ends. I understand that it's a national park and extremely remote location however it's run down the beds are old and the linen has seen better days. The restaurant attached has lovely staff but not enough and expect to wait a really long time ended up not eating one meal as the pork was very under cooked they did apologise and take it off the bill but disappointed after the more than an hour wait. The air con in the room works well but super loud. This place charge big $$ for what is a 2 star accomodation standard. Is in need of a refurbishment!
"Exactly what I expected and wanted"
First off I do want to say this review will be of a standard room as most reviews here are for Deluxe rooms. When you look at the buildings it appears to me the older part of the hotel is the original part with the patio rooms. Then somewhere down the line they added the block of standard rooms, then off to the side away from the main building the deluxe room blocks were added. So the patio rooms are small, the standard a bit larger and the deluxe larger then that, The smaller the room, the closer you are to the lobby, the restaurant, the saloon (on the same side of the street) and the grocery store which across the street. Our room was in the Cottonwood block,,about 30 feet from the front office, the restaurant and saloon. The room was small by today's standards, but probably not for when they were built. Think updated version of a 1960's motor inn. I liken the room to a bit larger then a cruise ship cabin. The room had 1 twin and one double bed. A writing desk and the chair for it and that's it. Of course there was a TV, a coffee maker and small refrigerator. The ceiling fan was huge compared to the room. The bathroom had only a sink and the toilet and a tub/shower. No closet, a cubby hole to hang clothes. No real furniture except one table between the beds. It was very clean. Most other standard rooms look at the parking lot and the road. Some things other said happen did not for us. No bugs in the room, no sandstorms. One normal complaint is the hot water. I am confused on that one, but many reviews talk about idiosyncrasies of rooms. Our sink had less then luke warm water, but the shower felt like we were built on a volcano. Instant hot water, and really hot (felt great). I know for sure this room has seen an upgrade by the paint job and the plaster work. Beds were good enough for us after hiking part of the day. One nice thing, my wife has a bad back and I asked about a chair other then the desk chair and they let us bring one of their rocking chairs into the room,,it was perfect for her. Another common complain is the thin walls. That may be the case, but, it was over 95 everyday so the air conditioner was always on when in the room. That masked everything else so I heard nothing. The AC is loud, but what window ACs aren't. The WIFI was non-existent and the cell never connected. In a 48 hour window I was able to get a connection once for email but in their business center.. Another weird thing, I could not check my email or my wife's (used different servers too) any other time but that once, however surfing the web was 100% possible. The property itself is sort of old west theme which I am sure out of state-rs and foreign visitors would really like. The people working there are fantastic and helpful and friendly. Free coffee in lobby before 7am, free cookies in the afternoon. I liked the desert feel. If you go down the road to Furnace Creek it is more like a resort but I didn't go for a resort, I went for a nice place to stay and the prices here are WAY better then anywhere else in the park (If you need gas, across the street is the place. More then a dollar cheaper a gallon then anywhere else,,paid $3.03 ,,they only have regular though). So will I stay here again, yes, without a doubt. Great base to use for fanning out through the park. Next time I need a 4x4 though. I did not eat in the restaurant, I did in the saloon. Good burger, great/cold beer (and plenty of it), people there were friendly too, and fast service. Bought some stuff at grocery store, did not feel as though I was being robbed, prices seemed fair for the middle of no where.
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