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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.
"The middle of Death Valley!"
My husband and I went to Stovepipe Wells 30 years ago, loved it, and had to go when in Death Valley. T was cooler this time, so we couldn't sit out looking at the stars, but here was an astronomer there who had a telescope set up. The room s basic, but has everything we needed, and was clean with a great shower. Also had a super lunch with the best beer ever!! Alaskan Amber. Wow! Spent time in the saloon in the evening, chatting with other interesting travelers and had a great cocktail: mountain mojito , I think.
"Older hotel in the middle of nowhere"
Recently stayed here for four nights when visiting Death Valley National Park. Hotels are few and far between in the park so your selections are limited. I found the staff friendly, the rooms clean, and the restaurant surprising good. I did have an issue with getting hot water in my room. After telling the staff three times it was fixed, but still took 5 - 10 minutes to get hot. On the morning I was checking out, they turned the water off at 10:00. Good thing I already had my shower and was checking out. No warning at all. I ate at the restaurant for breakfast buffet three mornings. The buffet was pretty good. Also ate dinner in the saloon several nights. The selections were limited but the food was surprisingly good. The best thing going for this hotel is it's location.
"Friendly people, comfortable rooms"
Our Death Valley visit took place in what was probably the lowest point on the visitor curve. As a result, the Hotel was close to empty and the main restaurant was only open in the morning for buffet breakfasts. But there were no lines anywhere, no waiting in the restaurant and the bar was open for linch and dinner, serving the same menu as the main restaurant. The food was suprisingly good, especially the dinners and the menu showed several unexpected creative touches. Our room was comfortable and clean but a little haphazard in appearance. It was clear the room was not designed with the needs of modern electrical devices in mind! That said, we were able to find enough outlets...just had to search a bit...and the WiFi signal was strong (but the room was quite close to a repeater). But, it was the Stovepipe Wells staff that really made our stay memorable. Perhaps it was the joy and relief of surviving the Christmas/New Year rush, but everyone we met was friendly and gracious, from the front desk and restaurant wait staff to the housekeeping and gift shop employees. We had fascinating coversations about the history of Stovepipe Wells and working in the National Parks, and shared some of our travel favorrites...great fun! Finally, seeing the Valley empty of crowds and cars in Winter was a fabulous experience. The sky was clear and deep blue, the low winter sun cast shadows that outlined the mountans and dunes in high relief...absolutely spectacular! The icing on the cake...prices, from the hotel room to the restaurant and gift shop were surprisingly reasonable...but, then this was low season. OTOH, after deeing Death Valley on a clear winter day, we wouldn't visit any other time, nor would we hesitate to stay at Stovepipe Wells again.
"Roadtrip - ok hotel"
Death valley is definitely worth a visit in January. If you stay just a little longer, you might want to sleep at the Stovepipe Wells Hotel with bar and restaurant. The room is simple, but what one needs dor a night. Bed, shower, toilet, TV, coffee machine... Heater and air conditioner. Heater unfortunately didn't work at my room. But it was already late and I found an extra cover, so what. It was quite clean. Dinner at the bar: good beer and good hamburger. Cheesecake is not extraordinary but good too. Breakfast was good, nothing extraordinary. Croissants - I wouldn't grab one anymore... This said, one day I'll be back!
"Inconsistent rooms but a decent place to stay near the sand dunes"
We stayed here on two separate nights while visiting Death Valley the week before Christmas. The first night the room we had smelled terrible. Like someone had just used the toilet. Not very pleasant. There wasn't much we could do to clear the air. Two nights later, we stayed here again and got the wheelchair accessible room which was a lot bigger and more comfortable (and didn't smell funny.) There is no wifi in the rooms, only in the business center area. I did get extended 3G connection through Verizon. The restaurants here are okay depending on what you order though the breakfast buffet left much to be desired. Overall, Stovepipe is a decent choice for staying in Death Valley especially if you want to explore Titus Canyon, the Racetrack, Eureka Dunes and the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
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