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Panamint Springs Resort

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

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. When we arrived, there was a note with the cabin number, however, our cabin was...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 days ago NEWvia 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 too basic for me, but very good value at $35 per night so can't really...

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Oakland, California
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 the restaurant was awesome, especially compared to food at Stove Pipe Wells. Loved the views...

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San Luis Obispo, California
Reviewed 2 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 shower which had rust and mold in and out and a soap container than was...

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Winchcombe, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Panamint mountain range creates the valley next to Death Valley and is a great location for spending a few days in this amazing National Park. The resort at Panamint Springs is excellent- no frills but perfect for the experience of the area - and the night skies are amazing here. All you can eat breakfasts set you up for...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We drove by, thinking this could not be the place? The site is split in half by Highway190, We had reservations and were checked in by a scroungy individual who could care less about any kind of courtesy or welcome. Our cabins appeared to be newly built, were clean, but very small. Biggest complaint would be- that the walls of...

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Thank uktraveler2017
western Oregon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This appears to be a much nicer campground than other options in the north end of Death Valley National Campground. Since there's a dependable source of water, they've planted trees and shrubs. Drinking water is distributed throughout the campground, and the fees include, picnic tables, fire rings, flush toilets, and showers. That being said, things don't always work perfectly, as...

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed in one of the older rooms behind the restaurant. Yes, the room was old. Yes, there were no amenities, such as a tv or a coffee maker. However, we absolutely loved being able to relax in our room after a full day of exploring Death Valley, without being distracted by a loud tv or by our phones going...

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Santa Fe, New Mexico
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stayed in one of the model units with a king bed (unit ten) The mattress was about an eight inch foam with a low density. This had too much give was not comfortable. The rest of the room was consistent with a rustic location with limited resources,

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St. George, Utah
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We have stayed in most of Death Valley's accommodations except this one - we come here a couple times a year and decided to check out Panamint Springs on the way to Lone Pine (don't miss the western film museum). We stayed in one of the camping tents everything else was full. Ate at the restaurant/bar - pizza and beer...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Panamint Springs is a small western-style resort seated in the beautiful Panamint Valley in Death Valley National Park. Marvelous views of distant sand dunes and the soaring 11,000' Panamint Mountains complete the setting for leisure dining and relaxation. Panamint Springs offers 14 motel rooms & 1 cottage, restaurant, campgrounds, RV park, gas station, and mini-mart. Our motel rooms are very basic, but clean. Our rooms are cooled with an evaporative cooling system. Some units offer their own A/C window unit in addition to this. We are pet friendly, however additional fees apply. If you are planning on doing some exploring, you'll find that Panamint Springs makes a great base camp for neighboring ghost towns, abandoned mines, and even desert waterfalls. Great for 4-wheel drive exploring, hiking, biking, or just relaxing! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Panamint Springs Resort

Address: 40440 Hwy 190, 32 Miles West of Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley National Park, CA 92328
Region: United States > California > Death Valley National Park
Price Range: €87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 15
Also Known As:
Panamint Springs Hotel Death Valley National Park
Hotel Panamint Springs
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“Go with a cabin if you can - road noise at night along the main road can be distracting”
mokiekat, 29 Mar 2017 | Read review
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“there are no good rooms”
ReiseBeate, 27 Mar 2017 | Read review
“They have tent spots, RV spots, tent cabins of two sizes, motel rooms and cabins.”
  • King sized bed. Small room, but very compact and great attention to detail.
45michaelc45, 24 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Go down the road to stovepipe wells”
MissDawnND, 1 Feb 2017 | Read review
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