I've stayed here before when visiting Death Valley, and found it adequate. But I visited over New Year's, and sorely regretted it. The walls are EXTREMELY thin at Stovepipe Wells, which means you will not only hear the people in the room next to you talking, but you will also hear them snoring, farting, and doing other things you don't want to hear. Maybe that's not a problem in the low season, but when every room is full, you hear people on three sides of you. We had crying babies, slamming doors, arguing, and someone with very loud digestive problems.
The next night, the heat did not work in our room. It was 32 degrees out. When we reported it to the management, they didn't seem to care. IN fact, just about every interaction we had with the management was unpleasant, including at the sub-par restaurant.
This is not what I expect from a hotel when I am paying $150 a night.
We wandered over to Furnace Creek later in the day, where we found the food to be better, the location to be better, and the staff to be much, much nicer.
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