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Panamint Springs Resort
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Reviewed October 8, 2012

When you want to stay in Death Valley, this place is the best.I have slept in the other 2 places there, but Panamint Springs is the best experience you can have in DV. Sre it's not a brand new luxury resort, but the rooms are clean and comfortable, the staff is more then friendly, and the overall atmosphere is so great, you have to be there to understand it.We will defintily wil be back there, and can recommend this place to everyone.

Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
Thank zetep
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

We arrived very late at the resort (plan more time to get there as it is a windy road) and had to catch the room keys at the gas station shop. but nobody informed us about the whereabout of the keys. thanks to the last person in the restaurant, who told us.
we had the last room (15) on the left side. the vent flap was making noise the whole night, which was very annoying and i could not sleep until i put my earplugs in.

The room did not have a fridge, just two beds and a bathroom, a fan, so very simple equipped.
The room and the bathroom were totally clean.

Watching the stars in the sky from there: Priceless!!!! :)

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank Benne101
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Reviewed September 14, 2012

This place is in the middle of the desert without a phone line or anything else. all you get is a room with a bathroom, 1 restaurant (with very nice food and very different beers) and 1 gas station. this hotel is just thought for over night stays during you travel through death valley. you don't get tv or anything else in this hotel (just a slow wifi over satellite).

it is in the middle of nowhere.

+ clean rooms
+ fresh water
+ AC in the rooms
+ good food at the restaurant
+ very much beers at the restaurant
+ good price


- restaurant stops serving food at 9 pm or something
- breakfast is to expensive and you get almost nothing (Don't recommend that!!)
- can't power off the AC (of course, because it would take too long to cool down the room again)
- drinking water was expensive

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank Dynamite D
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

This place is just right for a quick overnight stop on your way through death valley. Ok so the rooms are old and there is no tv but it is clean and they have air con. The staff are amazing at the gas station and the pub (all part of the "resort")The guys at the gas station gave my husband and I tons of information on death valley, they drew us maps, travel times and all with a smile. I can honestly say they were so very helpful. This place is catered to the hungry and the tired, great food and a place to take a shower while you travel through or explore this incredible wilderness. This is not a place to sit by a pool. The wifi is slow but that's to be expected we are in a desert. The rooms could use an upgrade but in all honesty this place did the job well.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Kimberley G
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

Panamint Springs "Resort" is truly a rustic, Western-style motel as you find it described on their homepage. We (family: 50, 49, 15, 8 years of age) had a cabin room furnished with two King Size beds, a high-board, a table and a chair , all of them well-used but serving the purpose, which was for us to sleep after a day in the heat of the desert. We did not want to watch TV nor use our computers (which you could as there is wireless lan). The room was not equipped with a refrigerator but you could buy ice at the nearby store. We enjoyed our dinner sitting on the porch under the star - spangled banner (as well as true stars) . We had a pizza "hawaii" which was homemade and covered with fresh pineapple. A real treat! The breakfast buffet was also okay. Due to wrong expectations people might complain about the lack of cleanliness of tables and chairs. Well, yes, it could be better but we compare it to the mountain hostels/huts in the Austrian Alps. It is rustic and has a character of its own. Special care had been given to the perfect bathrooms, though. We were surprised to find that much luxury in the wilderness. Everything was brand-new: sink, mirror, toilet, huge shower, closet, marvellous white towels. In addition we found samples of soap, shampoo. The only "bad" thing in our room was the air-conditioning which was running all night . It came out of the ceiling ( a big hole, the end of a tunnel system) with undescribable power and as noisy as was the overnight atlantic flight. NEVERTHELESS.: tired as we were we slept well all night. We have been to many different hotels on our trip through California (for example, we stayed at the Hyatt Regency chain) but Panamint Springs was something special with its unique atmosphere and setting.
Panamint Springs is our son´s (15) favourite accomodation. He would rate it with five stars plus!

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Ray B
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