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Death Valley

Discover Death Valley's legends and ... Read More

Discover Death Valley's legends and ... Read More

Discover Death Valley's legends and ... Read More

Discover Death Valley's legends and ... Read More

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Lodging Options for Death Valley National Park

Finding the perfectly air-conditioned place to rest your head in Death Valley National Park needn’t be a challenge. Read more...

With an assortment of hotels and hotel-casinos, the perfectly located, sized, and priced accommodations are there for the booking. Stovepipe Wells offers 83 charmingly low-tech rooms at a reasonable price. Conveniently located on highway 190 in the park, Stovepipe Wells is the perfectly located for use as a base camp for your vacation. A restaurant, service station, saloon, stargazing program, and outdoor pool to cool off in are all available for use.

If something more modern fits your travel needs, consider the Panamint Springs Resort. Panamint Springs is fed by a natural spring that includes a beautiful 20-foot waterfall, providing water for both humans and wildlife. This cozy resort includes 14 private pet-friendly rooms and one cottage, cellular phone reception, and a restaurant. Guided four-wheel drive excursions, convenient access to dunes and hiking trails, and nearby abandoned mines and ghost towns make this an excellent base camp. Other options in Death Valley National Park include the Atomic Inn, Amargosa Opera House and Hotel, El Portal Motel, and the Stagecoach Inn and Casino.