Stagecoach Hotel and Casino
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Room from Hell
I can't believe this hotel gets any kind of favorable acknowledgement in the travel guides. The long walk down the outside corridor that was sided by a 9-foot tall iron fence should have been an early clue. Then, the room, even with all the lights on, had the comfy appeal of a dungeon. There was a partially paralyzed cockroach crawling across the bathroom floor. Of the 6 lightbulbs over the sink, 3 were nonfunctioning. The pool, which is on the other side of the iron fence, carries a close resemblance to a pond covered with duckweed. We asked for a refund 15 minutes after checking in and found another motel. If we were to return to the Death Valley area, we would spend the extra bucks and stay INSIDE the park. The only thing that Beatty has going for it is the nice public library and the last gas station before Death Valley.
An oasis in the desert?
Hey when it's 110 degrees outside you can't be too picky! The worst things about the Stagecoach: the rooms and the staff ... the best things about the Stagecoach: the A/C ... the A/C ... the A/C and of course the steak & eggs.
Not the best hotel in Beatty
We've stayed there twice - small rooms both times, although the first one, in the casino building had the advantage of being attached to casino game room, and cafe - decent food etc. The second one was very very small and in the outside area by the pool. NOT NEARLY as nice as The Exchange Club. My kids like the game room though and they have great coffee.on our second stay we were awakened by noisy pool cleaner at 6 am no apologies. staff can be VERY erratic here sometimes super nice, sometimes waaay surly. Again, check out the exchange club...
I liked it
The food was good. Room was clean and quite. Oh yea I won $2,000 thats two thousand bucks. aug.03
A problem never before encountered
A friend and I, participating in a field trip, arrived at the Stagecoach Friday, October 17, 2003, checked in & met the other members of our party for dinner in the cafe at 6 PM. Returning to our room early on, we entered, locked the door, and there followed a loud shattering noise. We were frightened that someone was in the bathroom - my friend checked while I waited outside. We discovered the very large bathroom mirror had shattered and was in millions of pieces all over the bathroom where one of us had planned on going momentarily. Long shards were protruding from the toilet, the bathtub was gouged badly as was the floor and door. We phoned the office - they sent a man over with a rollabout plastic bin, a broom and a dustpan - he swept and picked up - leaving a little blood around from his cuts. The next day we mentioned to the front desk that "we were the women in the room with the exploding mirror" and please do not replace it while we are there - we were assured it would not be "as it would have to come from Las Vegas" - (still somewhat in shock) we waited until we checked out this AM 10/20/03 to express our concern that no one had even inquired about our welfare - A woman in the office said "I didn't know about that", and we were told it was a good thing we were not hit by flying glass (laughing all around) and the woman said "That mirror has been there for four years" - very defensively. We left and will not stay there again. Our main concern is that we feel the mirror was most likely not secured properly and perhaps this will occur again - anyone in the bathroom would have undoubtedly been killed instantly. My friend took pictures. The food was OK & waitstaff very friendly - a real asset to the establishment.
I have been in the small town of Beatty and am concidering moving there. I feel that the stagecoach is getting a bit of bad press because they are not the Cheapest hotel in town. They do have the largest Casino in town. They are not the biggest in Nevada, but for a town that is only a mile long I feel that you are getting your monies worth when you go there and stay at the Stagecoach.
Friendly People Are Still Out There
The Room was Pleasantly clean and very big. Ritas Cafe was to die-for best Ham Steak I ever had, my wife had a Chicken Fried Steak "Four Stars ". Upon check-out we discovered that our car had a flat tire and our spare tire was also flat. The Manager was nice enough to assist us. He took it to his home since there is not a tire repair shop in Beatty. It only took him about 20 or 30 minutes to fix the tire and didn't charge us a dime. Over all this was the best place on our trip back from Reno. We even did ok on the slots and the Casion Staff were very Friendly. We will definitely tell our friends and will come back on our next trip north.
Inhospitable and Incompetent
The people were so rude and incompetent that I was willing to drive across Death Valley to get a room in Lone Pine. They botched my reservation, made my family wait 3 1/2 hours in 110+ degree heat to find out that our credit card held reservation was virtually useless.
Along with that they were rude and condesending. I would recommend driving the next 100 miles or so to a better location.
Kinda scary, but not the worst in the world. TV good. They were in process of renovating. Casino was smokey. Rita's Cafe was great food with homemade chicken soup. You had to walk through the smokey Casino to get to the cafe. The cafe was under renovation also. The food was good if you didn't mind sitting in duct taped cushions.
Ok but a bit scarey
the room was very basic and a bit grotty but better than others we stayed in on our trip. The people weren't overly friendly in fact we felt a bit uncomfortable so we just had something to eat in the cafe and stayed in our room for the rest of the night.
Got woken up at 5.40am by an earthquake and couldn't wait to leave.
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Travel Blogs from Beatty
... Slut team. Actually Alan looked more like Woody from Toy Story and I looked, well, more like a pool hall slut, but we’ll just call it Burlesque-ish. I even broke down and bought some tawdry, cheap, CFM’s. I am the first one to tell you that I am much more the hiking boots sort of female, but when you gussy up like that and put on them 6” heels it makes you feel, well, just like you should be at a costume party. I should mention ...
... Headstroke open. The popualtion was 24 after the 2010 census. After we passed a good viewing spot which was too good to miss, it had views out over the canyon. So we snapped a few photos and then hurried back to our air conditioned car.
It was a long drive to Vegas but we shared the driving and the scenery made the drive feel more worthwhile. I am really excited for what Vegas has to ...
... The famous Death Valley. Hope we get to the other side. This ride is going round up and down roads with mountains all around the colours are so beautiful from one end to the other. If you can do this do it there is a shop an gas station in the middle , we stopped and had dinner on car park cobs, roast turkey, salad, crisps and a cake. The lads decided to pull a joke on us, Kay clocked it but me well look for yourselves how I felt.
Get to Desert Rose ...
... Valley National Park was Salt Creek. Most people imagine Death Valley to be an arid wasteland, devoid of water and life. Few expect to find a stream flowing on the valley floor, more than 60 meters below sea level. Much of Salt Creek is usually dry at the surface and covered by a bright layer of salt which was created by many flooding and subsequent evaporation of water that periodically flows at the surface. The water becomes increasingly salty due to evaporation. ...
... of the old ranger. Next up was a slow drive up a very bumpy gravel road to canyon mosaic. We were welcomed by a sign recommending keeping out of the heat for long due to extreme conditions. After navigating this road we headed to Artists drive and blue stones. All of the rocks were reflecting contrasting colours although the views can only be described as bleak and ...