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    Panamint Springs Resort

    40440 Hwy 190, 32 Miles West of Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley National Park, CA 92328
    May 14
    May 15
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
    Traveller (296)
    Room & Suite (57)
    Dining (13)

    • Excellent13%
    • Very good27%
    • Average24%
    • Poor14%
    • Terrible20%
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    Reviewed 4 days ago

    We stayed here overnight travelling through Death Valley. It's the cheapest of the three locations you can stay in the Valley, and close to the West Side, so great if passing through that way. Given it's location, and having read up, we weren't expecting a...More

    Reviewed 5 days ago

    We arrived late at night and the front desk had told us we would have a note at the door saying which was our cabin so we could let ourselves in, since they close at 9.30pm and everyone that works there is gone after that....More

    Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

    We stayed in one of the tent cabins, which was a very basic tent with camp beds only. We did get quite battered by the high winds, which were extremely noisy throughout the night. There is a shower/ toilet block on the campsite. It was...More

    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Initially I had my doubts about Panamint Springs based on some of the reviews, but those melted away as we stayed. We like rustic, so we were not expecting luxury. Our room was tiny, but comfortable with an excellent mattress. The service and food at...More

    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    Rustic is not the word for this "resort". Panamint does resemble a truck stop, situated on either side of HWY 190 at entrance to Death Valley. The motel rooms were advertised as basic, but were dirty (especially the very thin room carpet) with a disguising...More

    • Top amenities
    • Free Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Free Internet
    • Bar/Lounge
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    • Free Parking
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    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Number of rooms
    • 15
    • Location
    • United States >
    • California >
    • Death Valley National Park
    • Also Known As
    • Panamint Springs Hotel Death Valley National Park ,
    • Hotel Panamint Springs
    Traveller (296)
    Room & Suite (57)
    Dining (13)
    Hotel & Grounds (181)
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    Bed bugs? Did anyone notice bedbugs?
    22 October 2015|
    Response from Cindy D |
    we stayed in the new cabins and they were clean, older rooms seemed more risky...
    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?
    28 September 2015|
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    rates, availability on 04/04/2015. 2 adults
    18 January 2015|
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    Room Tips
    "Go with a cabin if you can - road noise at night along the main road can be distracting"
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    "Stay at Furnace Creek Ranch"
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    "there are no good rooms"
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    "They have tent spots, RV spots, tent cabins of two sizes, motel rooms and cabins."
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