Stovepipe Wells Village

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  • 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. 

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  • Stovepipe Wells Village Address: 51880 CA-190, DEATH VALLEY, CA 92328, USA, Death Valley National Park, United States
  • Stovepipe Wells Village Contact Number: +1-7607862387
  • Stovepipe Wells Village Timing: 24-hrs
  • Stovepipe Wells Village Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Stovepipe Wells Village

  • 13.88% of people who visit Death Valley National Park include Stovepipe Wells Village in their plan

  • 52.63% of people start their Stovepipe Wells Village visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Stovepipe Wells Village

Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Stovepipe Wells Village

People normally club together Panamint Springs Resort and Mosaic Canyon while planning their visit to Stovepipe Wells Village.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Stovepipe Wells Village, Death Valley National Park Reviews

  • The staff is friendly and helpful. We booked a standard 2 bed room. The curtain in bathroom was missing. The manager upgraded the room to be the special double bed room. Thank you. The views at sunset and sunrise at nearby were amazing. The hotel is well maintained.

  • 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. Wundy,but great view from hotel. Sunsets are awesome.

  • Stayed in the courtyard double room. Comfortable and clean. Not a large room, but it was great after a day exploring Death Valley. The front desk help were very friendly and nice. Having a courtyard room it was very convenient to walk across the street to the general store, and the fire pit was right outside our door. The Mesquite Flats Sand Dunes are only about a mile down the road. Great place to view the stars. It was almost a full moon on my visit, so you could hike the Dunes without a flashlight for a very cool experience. I would definitely stay here again next time I visit Death Valley.

  • Amazing little paradise in the extreme climate of Death Valley. We stayed at the campground and had full hookup. We could also use the pool for no extra costs. The village is great. Everything one might need is in short range. The general store, gas, restaurant, saloon. And great for watching the stars!

  • Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel was a great, convenient place to stay in the middle of Death Valley National Park. It's a little expensive, but considering the cost to transport water, food, gas, etc. to the area, it's expected. Front desk was incredibly helpful and polite. The welcome/info book in the room was very interesting and full of important things to know regarding safety, amenities, and history. Room was clean and simple, but the bathroom could use some work. The shower was dirty and had weird residue in it. Overall, would recommend staying here. It's probably the most affordable hotel in the Park. However, if you camp in the area, you could make your overnight cost significantly less (and still have access to stores, restaurants, and shower at the Village).

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