The Atomic Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Atomic Inn Beatty
Very strange place to stay, the owner not that friendly but it was comfortable and suited our one night stay
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Slower start today as drunk all our Napa Valley wine last night.. why? Cause we are on holiday :) we had a 6.30 hour trip to get to Beatty where we are staying... We decided to take the scenic route through the Tioga Road... Oh my god it was the most amazing trip. We just kept pulling over at the side of the road to take pictures and absorb the …
... the areas easily accessible by car and you don't want to do too much walking. You will need more time if you have a 4x4 and want to explore further or walk some of the longer trails. Even in February the temperature was at 82°F / 27°C and this is a colder month to visit Death Valley. In the height of summer the average temperature is around 115°F / 47°C so bear this in mind, it can get very hot indeed. Just don't forget to take plenty of water with you!
... Scotty. The buyer then proceeded to build a glorious 'castle' in the middle of nowhere, complete with courtyards, a clock tower, turreted roofs and a network of gardens. Scotty lived out his days there in the castle, due to the largesse of his patron and the wife...a weird trio, no doubt! Unfortunately, after that long, long drive, the castle was closed so ...
... flats of Badwater Basin - the lowest point in North America at 282 ft below sea level (eat your heart out fellow Linerunner ditch people). We've definitely seen the highs and lows of Death Valley and lots of stretches in between. Here at our campsite the night sky has been unrivaled. Death Valley is one of three parks to be designated as an International Dark Sky Park, and it is the largest of the three. We have enjoyed watching the sky every night, but especially during ...
... Most of the folks there were in our age bracket, so that should tell you enough. We bounced that bash around midnight and found ourselves in various bars around the casino. A good time was had by all and it was lovely to wake up in a huge, fluffy, hotel bed even if it was my own. After ordering breakfast to our room (there goes my windfall) we took off for the other side of Las Vegas – Red Rock Canyon.
Red Rock is a mere 20 ...