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Longstreet Hotel & Casino
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Amargosa Valley
Reviewed 1 August 2014

We had stopped here before and had even eaten in the restaurant previously but had never stayed here before. The bar and casino are great places to hang out and the pool is very inviting on a hot day. The grounds are well maintained and the staff is very friendly. Our room was very quiet and even the heat pump made less noise than in many rooms where we have stayed. We slept well and woke up refreshed.

Room Tip: We did not need to sit on a balcony and look at the pond so we got one of the less expensive rooms o...
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  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 20 July 2014

Since it is difficult to find a reasonably priced place to stay in the park (other than camping - totally insane in the heat we had), it was nice to have this hotel nearby. Since it is just on the Nevada side of the border, this hotel can have a casino. It is true that the place is a bit worn, but our rooms were clean and roomy so we had no complaint about that. The casino, restaurant, coin laundry and shop were very handy and necessary since there is really nothing else at all nearby. Luckily the restaurant was quite good and the waitress we had was very kind, allowing us to get the hot meal even though we arrived exactly at closing time (9pm). The food was very good and it was fun to play the slot machines. The only complaint on this part was that it was Karaoke night, so we were subjected to some (to be kind) off-key songs. There was a pond with ducks just outside as well as the pool which we were happy to use given the heat but we found the water was very cold and could not stay long in it, unfortunately. Considering the location in one of the hottest places in the US, this hotel was pleasant and affordable.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

This hotel is ideally situated for visiting all parts of Death Valley. It is virtually out in the middle of nowhere just over the border in Nevada, but fine for a one night stay. The hotel looks inviting from the outside but the room was a bit dated and needed some modernising, such as the iron head stands on the bed. The pool was nice and refreshing but the hot tub was not working and some of the shading above the chairs was broken and needed replaced. At the back of the hotel is a beautiful little lake, nicely done out with items from the past, but again areas immediately at the back of the hotel needed some attention.
We were also a bit disappointed in the food we took as a carry out to our room from the restaurant. The fries were stone cold and the fish although hot was overdone.
Overall all then it was Okay, but because of its location, it costs a lot for an average stay.

Room Tip: Choose a lake side view
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  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 June 2014

I really liked this place but some strange people frequent this establishment. During my stay I saw a very odd (though attractive) man wandering around in swimming trunks, a bolo tie, and boots. A pensive, aloof, considerably overdressed woman paced the halls nervously, as if waiting for something or someone. The next morning I saw her out in the gazebo just STARING. It wasn't until evening that I realized these two were a couple (makes total sense)-- saw them out by the horses trying to feed them a club sandwich and debating if horses were vegan. Later the woman was down on the ground, watching cockroaches mating. WHY WOULD ANYONE DO THAT?!

Worse still, my room was right next door to them, and lets just say the walls are very thin. No sleep until after 4am for these weirdos apparently. Everyone else seemed normal. Rooms are nice, and some amazing talent at the karaoke!

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 June 2014

We stayed for 1 night over Easter and found the place OK, but not great. On arrival I thought the building was quite dated, the rooms were really dated, especially when I saw the sign in the bathroom with an inventory of the towels and a sign saying you will be charged for an missing items. One saving grace was after a 10 hour drive to be able to sit in the sun with a beer by the ‘lake’, then it was worth every penny. The restaurant dinner and breakfast were pretty good and the staff very friendly. One good point for people on a road trip was the use of washer machines and dryers. One really bad point was all night here was background music being played around the complex....all night. Every time we woke up it was like someone 2 rooms away had their radio on. Not really loud, but just enough to annoy you. We did tell the receptionist who said “they’ve only just got that working again”. Saying all that, if you're passing through it's fine, but do get a ‘lake’ view room. The choice in Death Valley is pretty poor wherever you are.

Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

My wife and I came out of Death Valley on our way to Vegas and stayed a day in this establishment. It is a very convenient stop for either direction: to/from Death Valley, since it is very close to the park and several hundred yards into Nevada, so you can enjoy all the pleasures of life otherwise publicly limited in other states. We were very happy with the room quality, the facilities and the restaurant. We even got our room 4 hours earlier than the check-in time!

The Inn has a shop, bar, restaurant, a casino (of course) and a laundromat, which comes in handy, especially when travelling on a motorcycle. I may be missing some of the stuff they got, since I only list the ones we've used.

They have some excellent food there - whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, we were happy with what we got. I recommend the pancakes and all the Mexican dishes.

The overall surrounding atmosphere is also pretty neat - they have arranged a nice setting in the back of the hotel with an artificial pond, a bridge, some pieces of old mining equipment with all this aligned in front of the dreamy silhouette of the mountain in the middle of the desert. Quite nice! We liked it.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank madasha
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Reviewed 11 May 2014

We stayed one night after our first trip to Death Valley. Resorts nearby were pretty expensive. The Longstreet Inn is cheap. It's an older (1997) property which has not seen much recent investment. And it's quirky. But we liked it. The staff were great and food in the restaurant was fine (there is nowhere else to eat round here, nor buy gas, nor do nothin'!).

We had a good sized room on the ground floor with a little terrace overlooking their lake with ducks & geese. Around the property is a quirky collection of artefacts.

It all needs doing up a bit and we were seriously concerned about the pillows. But for one night, it was fine and good value. We would come back if in the area.

Of course, there is the casino to pass away the time, and money. Not many were gambling when we were there. Wonder why?

Room Tip: Get a room on ground floor overlooking the lake.
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  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Longstreet Hotel & Casino

Address: 4400 NV-373, Amargosa Valley, NV 89020-1501 (Formerly Longstreet Inn and Casino)
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Region: United States > Nevada > Amargosa Valley
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Casino and Gambling Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Amargosa Valley
Price Range: £61 - £84 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Longstreet Hotel & Casino 3*
Number of rooms: 59
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