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We had a long drive (from Sequoia National Park) and so I picked the first place in Death Valley arriving from the west. Unfortunately, we should have driven another hour. We stayed in the cabin (16). It is OK but the AC units are very...More
This small MOTEL is located in the more remote part of Death Valley National Park. I would not describe it as a resort; it is an old motel with thin walls and actual "key" locks. My husband and I traveled with my mother-in-law on this...More
little basic motal along the street, just before Death Valley. We were a family group of 5 and spent one night in the cottage. The cottage was very clean and well cooled at our arrival, the bathroom basic but clean, just the airconditioning was a...More
This was the most interesting place we have ever stayed. Being in Death Valley definitely seems like you are in the middle of nowhere, so the tiny "town" of Panamint Springs is really out there. The room was exactly as the website describes: a bed...More
While this is no resort, it is a very welcome outpost after a dusty day's wander in Death Valley. The rooms are in cabins surrounding the main draw - an old house with broad porch that holds the restaurant. Parking is cramped but the rooms...More
we stayed in the new cabins and they were clean, older rooms seemed more risky...
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We are planning a visit to Death Valley next February or March. Your listing of places to see is wonderful. I have a four wheel drive car which sits rather low to the ground and will undoubtedly limit our visitation. The reviews of your facilities are not exactly inviting! How many days and nights will be required to see most of the "tourist" sights in Death Valley?