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Longstreet Hotel & Casino
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Reviewed June 27, 2012

When I said to the guy who was feeding 'Herman the Holstein' (a huge steer that lives here) that this place was in the middle of nowhere, he replied "Yes. But it's a nice part of nowhere."
That just about sums it up. It really is a nice part of nowhere and the hotel itself is comfortable and clean. It was fairly quiet on our visit, but we were made to feel at home and for value for money, it was difficult to beat. Great little restaurant with good 'homestyle' cooking and a peaceful, homely atmosphere throughout the property. Lovely views across to the Funeral Range from the back of the property and a pleasant, if somewhat unusual place to stay in the desert. Saturday night's karaoke was a bit of fun as well and everybody seemed to be having an old-fashioned and good-natured good time. Shame they didn't have more guests as I bet it is great when it is hopping.

Room Tip: Take a room at the back of the property with views across the lake and desert to the mountains. Worth the few dollars extra in my opinion.
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Atric
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Reviewed April 29, 2012

We made reservations by phone when we left Flagstaff, the room was ready when we arrived about 1pm. We had spent the two previous nights in Howard Johnsons in Oklahoma City and Flagstaff, the room was nicer and roomier than either of the HoJos. We took an afternoon drive to Death Valley Junction, Pharump (gas $3.69 there!!) and Devil's Hole. Beautiful scenery in every direction! Arrived back at the Longsteet about 6pm and had a great diner at their restaurant! My wife had a big juicy hamburger and french fries, both looked and tased great! I had country steak (any good southern cook would have been proud to serve it!), mashed potatoes (no lumps!) excellent gravy and corn. With my beer and wife's tea the tab came to $18.21! We were very pleased! The two queen beds are firm and very comfortable. The a/c worked well and was quieter than most motel units. The TV is only an 18 incher but it's mouted on the wall so it can be seen while lying in bed. I think some people are spoiled by the hugh flat screens! The grounds are beautiful and we enjoyed feeding the big koi and the hungry ducks! It's convenient to Death Valley and the prices are much better than the hotels in the park! We're looking forward to a couple of days exploring and returning to the Longstreet each evening!

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank Bob A
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Reviewed April 12, 2012

We left Death Valley after watching the sunset over Zabriskie Point, drove towards Amargosa by the light of a full moon and after about 30 minutes spotted this place just metres over the Nevada border. It wasn't difficult to spot because it's lit up with hundreds of lights and has an enormous cow sculpture outside.

We decided to stay and really enjoyed the atmosphere. Penny at the front desk was really helpful and friendly and the waitress in the dining room was amazing. I don't notice her name but she had spiky silver hair. She coped with all the breakfast tables singlehandedly and yet took time to offer us Brits some 'gravy' so that we could see what it was like and was cheerful and friendly throughout.

There are pluses and minus to this place but overall we enjoyed ourselves so much that the minus became part of the fun.

Pluses - the staff (except the overworked barman/casino manager who regularly reminded customers that he was doing 5 jobs) were lovely.

The fires in the bedrooms. OK the flames were gas but the fireplaces were large and the effect was cosy and warm - perfect after a long day hiking. Our room was huge, our bed comfortable and the ground coffee and pot a nice touch. (We used it to make tea.)

The knickknacks from the Old West. The public rooms were a mixture of kitsch (imagine a lamp with a cutaway base revealing a cave with howling wolf or a slightly manky biker replica with bike) and old artefacts and advertising boards that were fascinating and gave the place its quirky atmosphere.

The views across the duckpond (in the desert!) were tremendous. What I'd taken for a big mirror behind the bar at night turned out to be a picture window by day, with views of the mountains.

Our room had a little outdoor seating area across from the duckpond which was good for an early evening drink.

The Friday night karaoke (which finished at 10pm so no late night noise) was fun and the local singers were brilliant. It was the type of atmosphere we were hoping to find in rural USA.

The minuses - the big minus was the thinness of the walls. We stayed two nights and had two lots of neighbours. Both were entirely audible although they were not shouting or making undue noise. Meeting your neighbours at breakfast when you've heard them have sex a few hours before and you suspect they've heard you is awkward. And their headboard battered our wall...

Despite the charm, the place generally felt a little rundown. The shop food displays were sparse and the restaurant in the evening was only serving a few tables - although this could have been because the food was tasteless. Breakfast was great but nothing else was.

We'd go back for B&B for the location and the fun but it would be a happier experience if the walls were insulated.

Room Tip: Ask for one facing the duckpond and without neighbours.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank LyndaMB
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Reviewed March 25, 2012

We stayed on 20th March. We had a huge comfortable room with a fireplace looking out onto the pool with ducks. The receptionist was helpful and advised us to have dinner early (or late) as a coach party was arriving.
The walls to the room were thin and my husband heard our neighbour snoring throughout the night, luckily both neighbours went to sleep early so I was not disturbed.
I would have given the Inn 4stars but the evening meal was really bad. I had salmon which was cooked until rubbery and didn't taste of anything much, corn which was dry, and a baked potato which was just OK. My husbands meal was not much better.
The breakfast buffet was very good.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank CherryClift
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Reviewed March 12, 2012

I would predict that this place will be out of business in the near future. They gotta be dying on the vine as it is. They are so understaffed it is crazy. With a little more staff this place would be great, but because the place is so understaffed the stay was un-enjoyable. Very nice room, no service. Oh yea, if you want wireless internet, don't stay more than 1/3rd of the way down the hall, because the wireless won't reach!

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Mrtonothorns
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