You should not expect alot in the middle of a desert and this hotel will live up to low expectations.
Check-in, the room I booked was not available so a comfortable King was not in the cards... How about a WWII surplus double bed, or atleast it felt like that.
Service, The towels seemed washed but they really need to be replaced or provide paper towel so I can dry off completely. The sheets did not seem all that great and I could swear they were not changed from the last guest. The room's overall appearance was pretty bad... It's called RENOVATE...
Noise, well I could hear people in the other rooms if they were doing anything more than talking and you can hear hallway noise until the last person goes to bed.
Parking, This was the highlight of the experience... Our car never had so much space.
Death Valley National Park is three million acres of stone wilderness, which includes sand dunes, snow capped mountains, multicolored rock
layers, water fluted canyons, and the Timbisha Shoshone.