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This remote, quirky old-time hotel in the middle of the Mojave Desert is not for everyone. In the 1920s when the place opened, it was practically the Waldorf-Astoria of lodgings in this part of The West. By the 1980s it was an established B &...More
I parked and stayed in my RV for a couple of days and it was expensive there was no power I had to run my generator the water pressure was terrible it was there was no pressure at all.!! I would not recomend nipton RV...More
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Response from Roxanne L, Owner at Hotel NiptonResponded 27 August 2014
We do not have a record of anyone staying in our travel trailer park for a couple of nights in October 2012. At that time we were full and had only monthly guests. We did not have any just 'over-nighters." This bogus review has nothing...More
Stayed at the Nipton hotel over the weekend. It is very simple but does have wifi if you want it. I enjoyed it but only gave it four stars because the room smelled like grandma's closet....lots of moth balls. It did air out but was...More
I'm posting here because Trip Advisor doesn't have a separate listing for the Eco-Cabins, though as the owner recently noted, they should. No one was staying at the hotel when we were there. We stayed in one of the ecocabins/tents in midsummer (106 degrees in...More
Its an experience. This hotel is very simple, but Iliked it a lot. I didn't mind the trains. Ist was romantic and kind of wild western style. If you like to spend the night in an unusual enviroment and feel like on vacation in the...More
Response from Roxanne L | Property representative |
Camping is $25 but we have RV hookups for about $40 per night or $180 per week. Those amounts include water, sewer, and electricity. We also offer eco-cabins. Eco-cabins are designed after Frank Lloyd Wright's Yosemite tent... More
Camping is $25 but we have RV hookups for about $40 per night or $180 per week. Those amounts include water, sewer, and electricity. We also offer eco-cabins. Eco-cabins are designed after Frank Lloyd Wright's Yosemite tent cabins. They are $65 per night and include a wood stove, overhead fans, and a swamp cooler. You can see pictures on our website.