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We reserved a hotel room at the Panamint Springs Resort because they told us the room was air-conditioned. We arrived around 6:00 pm and the front office was closed so we had to check in at the grocery store. We found our room was very...More
My two grown children, their spouses, and I spent one night in Panamint Spring's little red cottage and we positively loved it. Of course this place isn't a resort in the normal sense of the word; one can look at its website and see that....More
This is a convenient site on the north-east side of Death Valley National Park. It has a gas station ($4.48 a gallon), convenience store, camping site, motor home site, tents with cots ($50 total for a Sunday night) cabanas and rooms. We stayed on room...More
We stayed in the Miners cabin which is a new cute little cabin all on it's own, kind of...it looks much more secluded in the photos than what it actually is. It does have it's own view off the porch that is not interrupted by...More
Spent one night at the resort after a long drive. As we approached the resort it looked very rustic and dodgy and the checkin was at the gas station general store. We booked a cabin and we were blown away, it was facing the wonderful...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?