Stovepipe Wells VillageCurrently Open
- Address: 51880 CA-190, DEATH VALLEY, CA 92328, USA, Death Valley National Park, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-7607862387
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Hotel, Leisure, Family And Kids
Stovepipe Wells Village - Review
Located right in Death Valley National Park, this authentically western and comfortable hotel ensures that when you are out on adventure you are not comprising on your stay and food. The views of sand dunes and mountain ranges from your rooms will be outstanding. The rooms are decently decorated and have cozy beds to relax on. You can enjoy the heated, outdoor pool during evenings. Sit in the lounge area and have some really good dishes. All your basic requirements will be fully met on the road to thrill and adventure.
How To reach Stovepipe Wells Village by Public Transport
- Rented Car or Taxi.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Stovepipe Wells Village
3.27% of people who visit Death Valley National Park include Stovepipe Wells Village in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
52.63% of people start their Stovepipe Wells Village visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Stovepipe Wells Village
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Stovepipe Wells Village
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Stovepipe Wells Village, Death Valley National Park Reviews
Friendly staff. Very helpful. Awesome place to visit if you like extremes in weather.. We went in June and we have never felt hot air like that before. Windy,but great view from hotel. Sunsets are awesome.
Better than three Stars; but not quite four! But considering it's in the middle of nowhere, three stars is OK! It's concession-operated and as such, is a pretty slick operation. General set up is funky/fun and works pretty well. I was in the RV campground, which clearly operates as an afterthought to the hotel. The common areas (registration, general store, restaurant, bar, pool) are all Old West themed and fine. Towels provided at pool. Fun international mix of clientele makes listening fun at the pool. Afternoon cookies is a nice touch, and the gift shop and general store both have a surprisingly broad range of essentials and knick-knacks. Registration staff quite knowledgeable and nice park hand outs are available. Downsides, if camping, are: 1. Funky system of having to go through to pool to get to the shower room, which requires a new access card each day. Weird and slightly aggravating. 2. Shower room not keep very clean. Fine if you're a hotel guest and using it only to shower before your swim, but not not clean enough if it's your only place to bathe and do your toilette. 3. Walking path from RV Camping area to main registration & shower area is poorly delineated and difficult to negotiate after dark.
Great jumping off place to visit death valley. Been going during the spring for the past 30 years. Do your research and explore the many different places off the beaten path. Especially, learn how to be safe and prepared for what the desert will present.
Lifesaver in middle of Death Valley. Clean. Lots of attention to detail in all the buildings. Gas pump available. Good breakfast ($13). Nice, helpful employees.
A fun little spot with reasonably priced food and drinks. Great place to stop on your way to/from the mesquite dunes in death valley. Gas is also available here.