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4400 South Highway 373, Amargosa Valley, NV 89020 – 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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room and bathroom were clean very friendly and helpfull stuff
Great hotel a nice place to rest after a long drive from lake Tahoe
The fact that you can drive for another 2 hours to Las Vegas to book into an excellent hotel.
Staff unfriendly, very out dated.
This is a comfortable, retro style hotel ideally located for a stop off on the way to or from Death Valley. The rooms are clean and spacious. The food is good and the well maintained garden oasis and pool area offer the perfect place to relax and enjoy the views of the surrounding mountains. The staff are friendly and efficient.
Middle of nowhere! All the artefacts collected by the owner.
People smoking cigars in the casino - next to the restaurant
Quiet, nice room
Food in the only restaurant. Its ok, but nothing fancy
View from the rooms. The donkeys and goat! The lake and ducks were lovely too
Very dated, food average. In the middle of nowhere!
The grounds are landscaped and filled with antiques that made for some nice pictures. We would stay there again!
the room décor could use some updating
I liked the patio outside, I liked the casino, the restaurant and all the furniture inside the hotel which was surprising.
Very vintage hotel , comfortable
the casino and wifi was poor
Right at the Nevada border it is a very small casino. Good rooms and nice garden with pool behind the building. Location is close to Death Valley Bad Water. We drove there in the evening to see the sun going down. Best is to drive to Death Valley in the morning. Then the sun is behind you and you can see all the beauty. Note that there is nothing around the hotel, no shops, no food. We had our own portable 12V car fridge. But casino restaurant offers food.
Very authentic hotel with the locals around the bar on a Friday night singing in the Karioke! The atmosphere of the place - a people watching evening! The room was fine - pretty basic but clean and quiet Location to visit Death Valley
The mosquitos around the hotel meant that we couldn't swim or open our window to stand on the balcony overlooking the pond....not sure if this is normal or just bad luck! The brownies in the restaurant - inedible as impossible to bite!
Old, in the middle of no where. Was told in was right out side of the Death Valley National Park, Not!!! Nothing else around, not even a gas station. Employee walk into our room, without knocking, says he had a complaint, we were asleep, not making noise. when confronted he was so rude. Never stay here....Horrible!!!
The place is nice and the location is good for travellers.
Dinner at the dining room was terible the overall service is not so friendly as well .
Room was huge and very clean and comfortable. Ice machine available and even a laundry. Hotel had a little shop which was really handy as not much else in area.
Air con was great but sooooo noisy, cannot have it all though.
poor pool area with no shade against the desert sun! Jacuzzi without water, staff not very polite and food of low quality.
A really eclectic communal dining room, bar, casino, lounge. Great fun Good laundry/washroom Friendly staff Reasonable food for the price
Smoking in the communal area, there was one table that was labelled non smoking but the rest of the room stank
View restaurant easy access
Black & white television sharp wires on remote duck droppings everywhere waiting for cash in lieu of a ticket
great place to visit death valley. Nothing around of course but you find everything (dinner, breakfast, a lake and a swimming pool) exciting experience
everything ok and price was great.
Very helpful and friendly staff made us feel special. The room was huge and beautifully furnished, with good air conditioning (although the hotel is in the desert, there was nice and cool everywhere inside the building). It was also very silent. Beds were comfortable, TV set worked perfectly. We loved the breakfast and the whole atmosphere in the restaurant. We woke up too late but the kitchen agreed to cook for us. There is also a big pool next to the building with an incredible view on the mountains. We will definitely come back there whenever we visit the Death Valley.
No fridge in the room, bizarre plush bedclothes that we did want to sleep under. It felt like they were not clean.
The staff were warm and hospitable and the service was excellent. The Longstreet Inn & Casino has a really nice feel and lots of quirky touches that make it a really original place to stay. Our suite looked out on the lake, which gave us a wonderful view. While it is fairly basic accommodation in comparison to some hotels, we had everything that we needed. The swimming pool was great. The food in the restaurant was of a good standard and the staff were friendly and helpful. The on site shop is well stocked with necessities but also had some interesting books about the local area and a small selection of souvenirs. We were using an iPhone for driving directions and we couldn’t get a signal for miles around the hotel. The staff let us use their computer facilities to print off directions to ensure that we knew our route for when we left; this was all handled in a friendly and helpful way and saved us a lot of worry on our drive to LA. We had stayed in The Venetian in Las Vegas for 3 nights before driving to Longstreet Inn & Casino and I can honestly say, hand on heart, that the service we received and overall vibe at Longstreet Inn & Casino beat The Venetian hands down!
The air conditioning was a bit noisy
Could be a real nice setting with a little TLC!!!!!
The pumps around the pond were not working resulting in a perfect environment for mosquito's. Hot tub was drained. Back deck around pond was inches deep with duk droppings. Maintence around pool negleted. Wait staff in restaurant had no knowledge of menu. Had to pay seperately for food vs drinks......
Truly a little oasis in the midst of the desert! My children loved the donkeys and pool.
Would be ice to have more food options available in the shop and cafe
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