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North Shore Inn at Lake Mead

520 North Moapa Valley Boulevard, Overton, NV 89040
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The North Shore Inn at Lake Mead hotel is hidden in the heart of Moapa Valley. The lodging offers the beauty and quiet tranquility of the desert while only being located an hour north of Las Vegas. The perfect hotel getaway to experience everything the area has to offer. The Valley of Fire State Park is a photographer's paradise. Come to enjoy majestic Lake Mead; boaters, swimmers, and fishermen will revel in the crystal clear waters of the Lake Mead.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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crys94 wrote a review Apr 10
Tampa, Florida109 contributions30 helpful votes
This was the closest pet-friendly hotel we could find to Valley of Fire State Park (about a 20-minute drive). The rooms are VERY clean and spacious. The staff was very attentive and made sure we had everything we needed. WiFi barely works, so don’t rely on it. Walls are pretty thin. We were unlucky and had a loud snorer upstairs that we could clearly hear. Not many great restaurants around… McDonalds was our best option. Overall, it’s a decent hotel with a few minor drawbacks. To get our full honest review, you can check out our article at Travel Pockets :)
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Date of stay: January 2021
Room Tip: Choose to stay on the second floor. If you're not satisfied with your room, the owners are...
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The_Wanderer1992 wrote a review Apr 9
Columbia, Maryland1,328 contributions216 helpful votes
We went here because it was close to Valley of Fire State Park. The bed was comfortable. They had no breakfast because of covid. A McDonalds is located down the road. This hotel was also significantly cheaper than Mesquite area. The room was clean and quiet. We had to unplug the clock because their was no other plug option. My husband was happy because it had a bathtub stopper which a lot of hotels seem to be missing.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
LA_dweller wrote a review Mar 2021
Joshua Tree, California2,801 contributions242 helpful votes
We went in March 2021 and were happy that the management was very safety conscious. They were pleasant and prompt, check-in was behind plexiglass, the lobby is closed so they ask people to enter the hotel through one of the side entrances. Not a problem. At this writing, Nevada still has a mandatory mask mandate. The hotel rooms are larger than your average "Holiday Inn Express" type of room - these have a 2 person couch and coffee table, desk and chair, extra chair, dresser, microwave and fridge. Plus of course a sink, closet area and the bathroom/shower/tub. There is also an outdoor patio area and mountain views. Conveniently located just a few blocks from the main grocery store, a block from a gas station, restaurants and of course Valley of Fire State Park East entrance is just about 20 minutes away. The room was noticeably clean which was great.
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Date of stay: March 2021
ARB1615 wrote a review Nov 2020
College Station, Texas312 contributions135 helpful votes
First, I have to be honest that this hotel is no where near the North Shore of Lake Mead, so be prepared to stay on a freeway in a small town with no view. On the positive side, our room was nice and clean. We liked the separate sink from the toilet/shower so my daughter and I could put on makeup while others were using the bathroom. It appears that the staff of the hotel want absolutely NO contact with guests. They have blocked off the entire front of the hotel lobby to avoid talking to anyone. We arrived at about 1:30pm at the hotel after driving in from Las Vegas. We were told that we could not get into our room until 3:00pm check-in (despite the fact that there were only 2 other cars in the parking lot....obviously not full). My husband requested that we be allowed to just drop off our luggage or to use a bathroom to change so we could go hiking at Valley of Fire State Park. The woman behind the glass at the front desk said we could use the bathroom, but couldn't leave any luggage or get into a room before 3:00pm. She moved a large table that was blocking access to the hotel for us. We all put on masks and went to the bathrooms 2 at a time to not have "too many people" in the hotel area at a time. My son and daughter were scolded by an angry male employee for being beyond the "barricade". Both of my grown children told the gentleman that we were given permission to use the restroom to change, and were in fact staying at the hotel - but couldn't check in yet. I did not know that my kids had been scolded when I entered the hotel. I changed clothes and tried to leave by the way I had come. The large table had been moved back to block the lobby, so I started to scoot it over so I could leave. A man, who was very angry, came walking/running at me and yelling to not move things and to stay away from the front of the hotel. He was not wearing a mask. I told him that we had been given permission to use the bathroom, were told to go by the big table, and that we were guests of the hotel. He didn't stop yelling and started running at me yelling for me to go out the back door of the hotel. I yelled back that I didn't appreciate being yelled at and chased and wanted to get our money back so we could stay somewhere else. My husband ran in the hotel to see what was happening as I came running out yelling. My husband and the gentleman employee had a conversation to calm the situation down. Me and the kids wanted to leave, but my husband said it was only for one night and the man had apologized to him (didn't apologize to me) for yelling and chasing me. We found out that breakfast was also not going to be served. We asked for a discount, but that was refused. When we returned from hiking, the people in the room across from us couldn't get into their room due to the lock on the door breaking. They had a dog in there. When we got back from dinner, the poor people were STILL trying to get into their room. A few hours later, a worker came to help. He finally just cut a hole in the wall to get the door unlocked so they could get their dog and change rooms. The front desk called before we went to bed to say they were giving us a 50% on the room due to the disruption from the lock breaking across the hall. The whole day at this hotel was pretty much hard to believe. It really appeared that the staff at the hotel were using COVID as an excuse to not provide services. The pool was closed as well. They could have easily provided small individual boxes of cereal and small individual cartons of milk along with plastic spoons for breakfast without infecting anyone with COVID. It is a very small town and finding breakfast the next morning made us spend over an hour in line at a restaurant just to get something to go. I am aware that we are in a pandemic, and therefore folks need to wear masks and use proper hygiene. We are in a scary time right now. However, if you are going to have a hotel open for guests, then you need to have your staff wearing PPE and not completely block off the hotel to avoid interacting with a guest. Don't use COVID to avoid providing services. Please close your hotel if you do not want to provide service to guests. I don't need to add this, but also hotels don't need male staff that yell and chase guests. I will never ever ever stay here again despite how nice Valley of Fire State Park is. We do appreciate the 50% discount that we received after a long day, so I give them credit for that.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: I would suggest staying at a different hotel
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DJD-Texas wrote a review Sep 2020
Houston307 contributions44 helpful votes
When I arrived they were well prepared for guests with standard practices in place to accommodate the current Covid requirements. Guests were spread out throughout the hotel to help with distancing. All questions and requests were met with answers and with the assistance needed.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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$112 - $131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesNevadaOverton
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Frequently Asked Questions about North Shore Inn at Lake Mead
Which popular attractions are close to North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Nearby attractions include Fire Wave (0.4 miles), Lost City Museum (1.5 miles), and St. Thomas Ghost Town (0.05 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sugar's Home Plate, La Fonda, and Inside Scoop.
Are there opportunities to exercise at North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is North Shore Inn at Lake Mead located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the center of Overton.
Are pets allowed at North Shore Inn at Lake Mead?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Is North Shore Inn at Lake Mead accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.