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Longstreet Inn Casino & RV Resort
thatsmetalking from: Tamworth, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: May, 20, 2023 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2022 Rating: 4
What awaits at the Nevada border
After a lo g day driving from Barstow, through Death Valley, you arrive at the Nevada border, and just (literally 200m) beyond to the Longstreet.
Arrival was superb, after all that time in the car, this was an oasis. Straight in, straight to the pool for some chill time... The pool was actually a bit grubby and had not been cleaned that day - but sitting in the sun with a warm desert breeze was simply fantastic.
During our one night we experienced the casino, and the drinks at the bar - both excellent, with tremendous service.
We also had some food from the in house restaurant. Now considering we were chatting with the chef on the way to the pool, and he seemed really quite stoned, it was a miacle we got any food. But we did, and it was delicious.
Before bed we went out front to feed the bison and the donkeys.... Yes you read correctly.
Our room was massive, overlooking the lake. The grounds immaculately tended, and a beautiful chapel... I so wish we had got married there... Maybe next time.
Overall the most quirky, yet definitely friendly hotel of our incredible roadtrip.
trvl2usa from: Heerhugowaard, The Netherlands
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: May, 16, 2023 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2023 Rating: 4
Perfect location for a trip to Death Valley
I booked a room at this place while passing through. Loved the location, in the middle of nowhere with it's amazing scenery. Friendly staff, a little supermarket where you can get anything you need. A restaurant to have dinner and/or breakfast and not forget the casino. The room itself was very comfortable, a nice shower and I haven't slept so good as in the bed of this hotelduring my trip.
Renee P from:
Published Date: Apr, 20, 2023 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2023 Rating: 5
Unique oasis in the desert
Stay on the 1st floor if you have luggage or issues with steps. Affordable if visiting Death Valley, though it is a bit of a drive. Has a relaxing pond with gazebo and many, many cute sculptures. Animals, live water buffalo, sheep, and mules. Good food at restaurant & c-store has many options for snacks & sandwiches. Quite unique!
Ronald B from: Orem, Utah
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Apr, 7, 2023 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2023 Rating: 4
Not often a hotel gets this high of a review but it is off the beaten path and a ways from the Death Valley NP so o guess it does boot get recognition. Room 206 was huge with a fireplace, sittie, two nice upholstery chairs, and a king sized bed. Bath room was large and well stocked. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
rogardr from: Chesapeake
Published Date: Apr, 5, 2023 Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2023 Rating: 5
Good hotel near Death Valley
This is one of the few hotels near Death Valley. Large, clean rooms. Full service restaurant serving large meals. There is a small casino in the lobby, but it wasn't too crowded or smoky. There is a pond behind the building, a popular stopping points for mallards, grackles, and other birds. Great view of surrounding mountains. Very close to Ash Meadow NWR. Only weird thing was that there is an elevator to the 2nd floor, but then you need to go down a dozen steps to get to the hall with the 2nd floor rooms; keep to the first floor if you need an accessible room.
- Value: 5
- Location: 4
- Service: 4