It is literally just a place to spend the night, when visiting Death Valley National Park. Nothing fancy, and the place is very old -- but it is historic, and the facilities are antique. (and interesting) We wanted to stay inside the park, but most of the cabins cost at least $250 there; so this ...
One very rude, unpresentable person at the front desk who, doesn't want to be there .Other ones are nice. Front desk also is run down and it's hard to get workers attention since they doing cashiering work for the store and not make eye contact. Room was great, whole place clean. Steakhouse with ...
Great location in Death Valley. Made last minute reservations and this was the only room available so I think there are probably nicer rooms but ours had a view of the back parking lot and generator. The bathroom was so small that I had to sit sideways on the toilet to fit. The pool was great though ...
I stayed here while visiting my Aunt and Uncle, the room was very nice, I enjoyed the coffee service and it's close to everything in Pahrump. The towels were fluffy and very nice, couldn't ask for a better stay for the price.
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Room was adequate. Bathroom door would not close. Toilet leaked so the tank had to refill itself all the time. Beds were comfortable.
We arrived here and we were surprised with how great the hotel was! Clean, modern, good breakfast, nice staff... perfect pool and fitness center. Perfect place!
Great location in Death Valley. Made last minute reservations and this was the only room available so I think there are probably nicer rooms but ours had a view of the back parking lot and generator. The bathroom was so small that I had to sit sideways on the toilet to fit. The pool was great though and staff was very friendly!
It is literally just a place to spend the night, when visiting Death Valley National Park. Nothing fancy, and the place is very old -- but it is historic, and the facilities are antique. (and interesting) We wanted to stay inside the park, but most of the cabins cost at least $250 there; so this was a welcome alternative. You can park your car right in front of your room. Bed was okay. Room was sufficiently spacious. Bathroom was roomy as well. My only complaint is that the water from the faucet is the slippery kind -- sort of like deep well water, that keeps your hands feeling slippery even after washing them with soap. (but once they dry, they're totally fine) If you don't take a shower here, then I don't see any problem. I was satisfied with our 1 night stay here, since it is only half an hour to the park. At the time we stayed, there was no operating restaurant. So we drove to a nearby casino-hotel to have dinner.