On the south-eastern edge of DVNP. Good stop for sleep, swim, and meal before entering. Elaine was prepared and knowledgeable. Room clea, Mini-fridge in small kitchen. No microwave. Bathroom clean, good towels. Regret I didn't ask for more pillows. Across the street the Crowbar restaurant serves good burgers and beer. Warm springs pool is 2 blocks up. Appeared to be for our use and campers across the street.
Traveller from Michigan
Situated in Shoshone, this hotel is steps from Dublin Gulch and The White Trail. Shoshone Pond is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) away.More
We have stayed there in the past and it was a generally good experience. They have a great dining room with an awesome view, unfortunately the windows were so dirty, it wasn't worth taking pictures through. The room was nice, but the carpet hadn't been vacuumed around the edges where the walls meet the floor and there were peanuts, etc. behind the night stand when I pulled it away from the wall to plug in my phone charger - yuck! The stairs (no elevator) to the 3rd floor probably hadn't been vacuumed in at least six months - disgusting. Generally it looks beautiful from the outside, but needs a lot of cleaning on the inside. It was also understaffed in my opinion. The wait for seating in the dining room was excessive as there was only one person there at breakfast time and she had to seat people and also act as our waitress, taking orders and trying to deliver the food while it was still hot. When she had 6-7 tables to handle, a cook would sometimes come out with the food. Like I said, a reasonably nice place, but in need of cleaning and extra staffing.
Traveller from North Tonawanda, N.Y.
Located near the slopes, this Mount Charleston resort is in the mountains, 3 mi (4.9 km) from Toiyabe National Forest and …More
I was hesitant to book this, with no knowledge of the area, but with few other options and a reasonable room rate, I decided to take a chance.
Located about 20 min from one of the entrances to Death Valley, it's a good place to stop if you are heading there from Las Vegas. Hotels in the valley are two, three, four times the price, and if you don't mind driving into the park and back out to visit, it will save a good amount of money. It really does feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, there are few amenities nearby, but luckily there's a reasonable restaurant onsite, a little store for the basics, and penny slot machines for entertainment. Cheap beer too! We actually had a fun evening at the casino and restaurant, which is pretty good considering the location and lack of other options - simple Diner food, even with a couple vegetarian options. The hotel casino has a lot of character, with memorabilia and knickknacks scattered around.
The rooms are dated, the bedspread had a couple hairs on it...not sure if they washed that between guests...eek....but sheets clean and it really was just fine for the night. I had kind of hoped to jump into the hottub but the pool and hottub were drained for the winter season, understandable and not a huge deal. There's even a cute lake with ducks behind the hotel.
While not a five star hotel by any means, it's a great place for access to the valley, and a fun stopover. I'd happily return
Traveller from Hawaii
Situated in Amargosa Valley, this hotel is 7.8 mi (12.6 km) from Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Museum.More