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Stovepipe Wells Village, Death Valley National Park

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  • Lost in the middle of the desert, by stifling heat, expected not to this level of benefits: restaurant Italian, very nice shower... typical. I did not like Death Valley more than that (if this is Dante's View, which is worth a visit), but the hotel surprised me as the place is uninhabitable. Don't expect a good night (both the air conditioner makes noise), but you can say you've been there ;-)
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  • A truly lovely and unique because of its location in the middle of nowhere! the outside of the gift shop seems like a blast from the past. Shame not to have stayed overnight at the hotel but I did return to Las Vegas. Lucky for us it was late October and temperatures, albeit hot, weren't as high.
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  • Tiny village to the "local" aspect with fuel and memories, it will be a very welcome air-conditioned stop on your trip to Death Valley. The staff is friendly, and memories sometimes articles very exotic (scorpion plush - my 18 month old son love it | there is also obviously 100 cups and T-shirts saying that it is very hot here ;-)).
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  • What else can you expect/ need within a national park where it was 120 degrees! The AC chilled the room, the beds were comfortable and the rooms (and bathroom) was clean. The food at the Saloon was good. The service was a little slow and the waiter mixed up our order and the bill - but i don't want to focus too much on that. The staff at check in desk was really friendly. Will definitely recommend the place and will stay here again.
  • Good room but lots of the little bugs they warn you about. Had several bugs crawling around on my bed making me wary to even go to sleep. Renovated shower was great. Had to eat in the saloon because there aren't other places around. Super overpriced for below average food. They were out of several things on the menu. My turkey burger tasted like burnt plastic. The pasta tasted like it was marinated in vinegar. Next time I'd rather eat gas station food for dinner
  • Great experience. The room is basic but it has everything you need. The village is a great place to spend the night. Gas price is reasonable and the restaurant/bar has a great selection of draft beer. Highly recommend for visitors to Death Valley.
  • They didn't notice I was there until five minutes later. Good food, chicken tenders we're undercooked though. They also have a pool table which costs money and a full running bar. Bit overall a good restaurant.
  • Restaurant was great! The prices are a tad high but considering the effort it takes to get everything out there it's totally reasonable. We stayed in the campsites over night, which is basically a parking lot for rv's and tents but facilities are well kept and they have a no generator policy from 7pm to 7am.

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Where to stay in Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park provides numerous developed campgrounds where you can pitch a tent. Some of these are free, and some are open year-round, while others only offer camping in the cooler, non-summer months. There are a few privately owned and operated lodges and inns in the park, most of which feature rustic accommodations. With its upscale lodging, the Furnace Creek Inn stands as an exception. The town of Beatty, on the Nevada side of the park, offers a few basic inns and motels and a couple of casinos. On the California side, Randsburg sits farther away from the park's popular Furnace Creek area, but the town offers numerous economy motels and views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
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