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4400 South Highway 373, Amargosa Valley, NV 89020, United States of America – Show map
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Longstreet Inn & Casino's staff speaks: Italian, French, Spanish, English
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal)
Fishing, Hiking, Hot Tub, Casino, Karaoke
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, ATM on site, Laundry, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
Italian, French, Spanish, English
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 6 per person per night when using existing beds.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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This is a nice with incredibly helpful and friendly staff. Wonderful desert vista in the middle of nowhere.
Rooms and some public areas need a chivvy up but it's great and the Casino is fun.
Saturday night Karaoke!! And the small casino in the lobby was a fun way to kill some time in the evening.
The wifi was very slow which wasn't too important since I was in Death Valley all day, but at night trying to use it was a little slow.
Despite casino quiet with great starry nites.
Too far from Death Valley & everything else in region.
The room smells and is extremely dated. Foods at the cafe are below average.
The staff was very accommodating. The hotel was not busy and the staff made us fell special. The morning waitress went out of her way to please us. The morning view from our window was spectacular.
The heating unit in our room was noisy. There are no gas stations in the area. We had to drive about 20 miles away to fill up. We could of filled up in Death Valley, but the gas prices were $1.33 per gallon cheaper outside the park.
Only thing was the noisy fan in bathroom.
Clean and comfortable rooms, close to the national park entrance (30 min by car)
The restaurants (both fr breakfast/lunch and dinner) high price for low quality, but there were not any other place around. Old and weird style.
The location is superb if you want to hike in the desert.
The plumbing could use an overhaul.
The Prime Rib in the upstairs restaurant. The western decor. The duck pond and view of the western mountains. Breakfast in the Cafe. Room size. ( the room was clean but very worn ) if you book ask for west facing room , balcony & patios.
Smoke smell throughout. Worn & not overly clean common areas. Noisy neighbours late at night & early morning. Elevator to second floor but then 14 stairs down to rooms!
Quiet, isolation, great view of lake, good food, smiling, helpful staff, cute ducks on the lake. Fabulous bed pillows. Large shower with seats. Roomy, clean room.
mattress uncomfortable. would have preferred tub instead of shower.
Room was clean, A/C and heat worked well.
Had noisy "neighbors" in adjoining rooms every night. Restaurant selection pretty limited for dinner.
A special find. It is rustic and has character. We enjoyed having the hotel and casino basically to ourselves. The landscape in the back is a nice oasis in the desert.
Myself and my husband stayed here for one night (post 5 nights in Vegas) en route to the start of our road trip from Death Valley to San Francisco!!! - we will return!!! We arrived at 10pm to a warm reception...we had a FAB Burger and were entertained by a charming barman as we unwound with a few Bacardi and cokes!!! Loved the casino and everything about Longstreet Inn - the even bigger surprise was when we woke up to the spectacular mountain and pond view from our balcony - just lovely!! Room wonderfully clean and bed comfy - we slept well - breakfast was great too and the little shop on site was a great addition - we wished we'd had another night there - thank you, we will return one day soon :-)
atomosphere of the place and other .guest
Location: can reach Dante's view point within 1 hour. Wifi: can use freely. Comfortable beds
Bit expensive in similar level of motels. Strange smell from a carpet at the first time bur get used it. The food of the Restaurant in lobby is not that reasonable with listed price and should stand on 2nd smoking next to the bar.
The view from the back garden towards the mountains
Nice Gardens with mountain back drop.
I love the view of the hotel and the service of the waitress during the breakfast. I don't remember her name but she has short hair and she was very friendly. Thanks so much
Close to the entrance of Death Valley, this casino / hotel complex has everything of an old town saloon: A bar & restaurants where locals mingle with the hotel guests, a rather small casino area, and a Saturday night karaoke that is a blast! Add gorgeous desert views and sand storms, and this could be the the most bizarre place you've ever stayed at. The rooms are extremely comfy, by the way.
I like the setting and the get away from the city. The day shift was great with a great attitude!!!!!
the a/c cutting on and off that kept me awake all night the guy that came in on the night shift with the attitude @ the bar and cage
loud AC Thin Walls, can clearly hear neighbors. Rude bartenders and casino staff. Need to call casino manager everytime you want to get your money out of the slot machine. They obviously hate their job. Will not stay here again.
Food in the restaurant was awful.
Longstreet Inn is probably nearest hotel east from Death Valley. It takes only about 20 minutes drive from Furnace Creek. Hotel is just on the border CAL/Nevada in the middle of no where and it is probably best and almost only the place to stay in radius of 50 miles from Death Valley. Everything there has very specific atmosphere starting with all kind of animals around and crazy mix of all kind of furnishing as well as very authentic casino and bar. All personal was very nice and helpful.
Do not expect standard of standard hotels chains. Also maybe somebody who is not use to visit casino place could feel a bit strange there
The room smelled greatly of cigarette smoke ...I could not sleep and had allergic reaction due to this & shortness of breath.
I found the accommodation very quaint, good service and cleanliness. The hotel was quite charming, with some interesting artifacts. This is a glimpse of the quickly disappearing traditional American motel - old world charm being swallowed up by sanitized cookie cutter chains. Worth the visit.
No coffee maker in the room
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