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If you’ve stayed here you should have GREAT things to say about the facility and the staff. We have been coming here for 23 yrs with a large group and they have been fantastic hosts.
If you are a biker, this hotel will welcome you...More
I really liked our stay in the Dow Villa Hotel (!). Maybe the rooms could be renovated, but that would be only cosmetics.
The old house has a lot of history which is displayed throughout the common rooms.
Our room had a king size bed,...More
The old Dow is a standard and solid place to stay.
Stayed here a couple of times passing through Lone Pine and have never been disappointed.
While generally staying in the "new" section, I opted for the older as I was solo on a motorcycle....More
Small hotel in out-of-the-way place. People are eager to please and very nice. This was perfect for our needs and a great stop between Death Valley and Sequoia. Great Bar B que place across the street.
Rooms were great. Some rooms like #1 are designated ok for pets which is a plus (no extra charge). Rooms include microwave and refrigerator. Jacuzzi (hot) and pool (cold) were a welcome relief to soothe the traveling muscles (extra special experience with the cold rain)....More
That really depends on what you are interested in lodging wise. One area is more modernized while the other really has that cowboy charm. Both sides are well maintained. The Dow Villa Motel is three diamond AAA rated and has... More
That really depends on what you are interested in lodging wise. One area is more modernized while the other really has that cowboy charm. Both sides are well maintained. The Dow Villa Motel is three diamond AAA rated and has all of the AAA amenities. This amenities include a coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, free WiFi, and personal climate control. Lodging in the Dow Historic Hotel is based on the 1930's style and amenities are more lobby based. You have access to coffee, a microwave, refrigerator, and WiFi, but they are all accessed through the lobby or from the front desk staff. The heating and cooling are central units controlled by the front desk. Their is no individualized thermostat in the room. What it really boils down to is, who is Baconbutt, and what makes a stay great for him/her?