So we had read what everyone else had to say and so were prepared. Ok so its Death Valley. Its a biiiiiig place. Its isn't the razzamataz like up the road at Furnace Creek. But that's not what we came to Death Valley for. We did come for some basic simple stay in the most amazing national park. We see it as a priviledge you can actually stay here quite honestly.
Room was fine and fit for purpose- the walls are thin so its up to other guests to respect that and not play CB radios late at night- as was our case. The pub/restaurant was great and we got to meet like minded people. A great place to slow down the pace, take a good look around and get a great perspective of the awe- inspiring landscape. The resort is situated not far from the valley floor so sunset and sunrise photography is just there for the taking- inches away from your bedroom door.
Oh and they make a mean pricklypear margarita.
We did use the other forementioned resort- but just for an hour's horse riding. Well recommended- even if you've never been on a horse in your life, you'll never forget the Death Valley trailing.
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