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Panamint Springs Resort

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San Francisco, California
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

I made reservations for two nights but sadly made them for the wrong month: February instead of March. I realized this mistake too late and thought I would be charged for the one night, like most hotels charge if you miss the date. Nope. Full two-days charge, taxes and all. No consideration for my mistake, no offer of ANY kind,...

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Munich
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This was the worst hotel we ever had in 30 years of traveling. It was terribly dirty. We couldn't use the shower because it was mold allover. The carpet!! on the floor of the bathroom was wet, apperently water run out of the water pipe.The entrance door had a big hole which was paste up on the backsite with the...

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Sunnyvale, California
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

We arrived after dark and drove right past it. One small sign was illuminated. A single light illuminated the gas station. We checked in at the convenience store and went straight to the restaurant to eat. The food was decent. The menu was kind of sparse -- not a lot of choices. Burgers, pizza, salads. That was about it. Service...

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Groveland, California
Reviewed 1 week ago

Gasoline: 2 times the cost of same at Stovepipe Wells Food: Almost no selection, and much more expensive than at Stovepipe Wells Store: Dirty, layer of dust on everything, floor disgusting. Rooms: Didn't stay here and don't even want to imagine what they're like. Camping: Didn't actually see one, but if it's there I'd skip that too. Staff: The woman...

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Reviewed 1 February 2017

The cabin type rooms were terrible, upon check in we went to our room there was no heat we had to plug in an electric heater in the room and go to the resturaunt (was very good food and good service) and eat while it warmed up. I noticed the smoke alarm hanging from the ceiling so I crawled up...

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San Diego, California
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Death Valley National Park and its surrounding communities covers a vast area. Panamint Springs Resort is at the far west end, about 50 miles equidistant between Lone Pine on Hwy 395 and Furnace Creek. We spent five days at the RV Park across the street from the restaurant and lodging facilities. Although small (only about 10 full service sites), it...

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2Thank Gene Y
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 15 January 2017

My husband, teenage son and I stayed two nights in this charming spot. The motel rooms are basic and comfortable, the restaurant a very pleasant surprise after all the overpriced, over processed rich food at the other hotels within Death Valley National Park. The owners have big plans for the place to make it even better -- hope the restaurant...

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2Thank Leslie W
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 15 January 2017

After getting blown around and rained on in the mountains around Death Valley we ended up at the Panamint Springs Resort. Motel is on the low budget end of things, but the expensive end of low budget at about 100 bucks for two queen beds, and lacking the amenities we've come to expect from motels in general. No TV, no...

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Santa Cruz, California
Reviewed 5 January 2017

I've been here a few times and it's pretty neat. A friend and I first stumbled across this location a few years ago while getting gas. It's not some crazy resort with all the bells and whistles, but it does the job (and pretty well). And it seems like the've been updating things lately (last time I was there was...

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Milpitas, California
Reviewed 5 January 2017

My wife and I stayed in their queen cabin. The room was very clean and REALLY cozy. It was actually comfortable. However, please be informed that the cabin is quite tiny with about 1 to 1.5 ft clearance on all 3 sides of the bed. So just enough to walk, not enough to dump all your luggage in the room....

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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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 of 5 bubbles ReiseBeate, 27 Mar 2017 | Read review
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  • King sized bed. Small room, but very compact and great attention to detail.
 of 5 bubbles 45michaelc45, 24 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Go down the road to stovepipe wells”
 of 5 bubbles MissDawnND, 1 Feb 2017 | Read review
“I haven't stayed in the new cabins yet, but they look pretty nice”
 of 5 bubbles PeterHarkins, 5 Jan 2017 | Read review
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