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We had a very good experience here and are surprised to read some negative reviews. We turned up late in the evening (had phoned earlier to check availability) and were very pleased to find spotlessly clean room with fridge (new), microwave, effective air conditioning (a...More
I'm travelling on a budget so I don't have high expectations from overnight stays but there are limits. Pretty much the only thing I care about is cleanliness. Everything else is a bonus.
This motel doesn't deliver even bare necessities. The room was basically a...More
We stayed one night on our way to Vegas, before going trough the Death Valley national park. It was cheap, clean and quiet. Perfect for that one night stop. I would recommend not to expect much for breakfast, it was minimal but the rest was...More
We arrived around midnight, it was freezing outside but the owner didn't let us in to the reception area to fill the check-in papers and to pay - we were pushed to stay outside for about 15 minutes in 19F (-7C). The room was very...More
Good little place.
It was nice for such a small motel.
We had a good night, not much noise, affordable prices.
Even if there is not much things to do nearby, the inn is a good place to stay if you want to make a...More
I think the rooms were located at the parking lot level. The bathroom door was not wide enough to allow a wheelchair, there was no grab bar by the toilet and the shower did not have any grab bars. The room was small and... More
I think the rooms were located at the parking lot level. The bathroom door was not wide enough to allow a wheelchair, there was no grab bar by the toilet and the shower did not have any grab bars. The room was small and compact, so you would have items to hold while walking around if needed, but it did not have enough space to move around in a wheelchair. Perhaps the motel does offer a handicap accessible room, but I did not request that. However, I would call the Desert Inn directly to confirm this. You don't need any special licenses, visas, etc. to stay at a hotel in the US. What visas etc. you need to visit the US would depend upon your citizenship of a foreign country.
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"We especially requested a quiet room and got a corner room with two queen beds."