Hotels Near Slices And Scoops In Pahrump

4.8/5Outstanding15 Reviews
0.22km from downtown
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pahrump offers accommodation in Pahrump.All rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Rooms have a private bathroom.Mount Charleston is 151 km from Holiday Inn Express Pahrump, while Death Valley Junction is 40 km from the property. McCarran Airport is 76 km away.
FromUS$139
4.7/5Outstanding6 Reviews
0.22km from downtown
Casino hotel, good service, friendly service staff. The only thing is that I have to charge an extra 10 dollars for service fees and the like. The downside is that during the epidemic, I felt that it was not suitable to live in such a fully enclosed hotel. At that time, I was hesitating whether to check in, but it was too late to find other hotels. Before I live, I have thoroughly disinfected and sprayed anti-virus to let the children in.
FromUS$95
4.1/5Very Good17 Reviews
0.73km from downtown
Enjoy convenient access to key area attractions such as Death Valley and Spring Mountain Racetrack while staying at this Pahrump, Nevada hotel. Welcome to the BEST WESTERN Pahrump Station where guests will find friendly customer service, superior amenities and convenient access to key attractions for an unbeatable price. Situated in The heart of the New Old West of Nevada, this Pahrump hotel boasts 90 well-appointed guest rooms each featuring cable satellite television and high-speed Internet access. Begin the day with a complimentary full deluxe continental breakfast, before taking advantage of other hotel amenities such as two outdoor swimming pools, two hot tubs, a full-service business center and an onsite restaurant. Pets are welcome with restrictions. Spend an afternoon wine tasting at Nevada's only winery, Pahrump Valley Vineyards or take a tour of the Pahrump Valley Museum both located just two miles away. Just a short drive away, guests can relax in the Tecopa Hot Springs or visit the Bonnie Rich Ranch and the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Guests will also enjoy the variety of local golf courses and casinos available within ten miles of the hotel. Avid huntsmen will love spending the day at the Front Sight Training Facility shooting range. Just an hour's drive away from Pahrump, guests can visit the bright lights of Las Vegas for a fun-filled day trip. The friendly, helpful staff at the BEST WESTERN Pahrump Station is ready to ensure a fun-filled memorable stay in Pahrump. Nevada. Make a reservation today and save!
FromUS$100
2.7/511 Reviews
4.43km from downtown
We were travelling through Pahrump and needed an over night stop. We found that this park was away from the highway and decided to try it for our one night stop. The Office staff seemed to be the Owners and were pleasant and friendly. There did not seem to be very many open sites but was given an end site that was deemed a 'pull through" Unfortunately we found the Hookups were awkward and the Shower/Restroom area is very old and in disrepair. However the free WiFi worked very well. Overall it was an okay place but we will try to find another Park with more modern facilities the next time we are in the area.
FromUS$65
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
11.1km from downtown
As several other reviewers said, the K7 Bed & Breakfast is not a true B&B. It’s more like a motel with a café. The owner explained it had to do with some zoning or business code and they had to call it a B&B even though that isn’t what it is. Pahrump is such an odd governmental situation that I’m not sure I understood. It is a census-designated place, a title usually associated with tiny rural settlements. Pahrump is a CDP because it is unincorporated even though its population has metastasized to 30,000, with a resulting explosion of unplanned, almost helter-skelter growth and uncontrolled use that has caused so many eyesores around town. It’s almost a full day trip to the county seat if you have any business to conduct, suggesting that there isn’t a lot of county oversight, so it isn’t surprising that building issues get muddled. Anyway … I did stay at this place. I am not partial to Pahrump and tried not to stay there, but I was taking a two-day class for Death Valley and Ash Meadows park personnel that was held there. I considered staying at Death Valley Junction or the Longstreet in Amargosa Valley, but those would be a half hour trip on each end of a 9-hour day, so I defaulted to Pahrump. This was just after Thanksgiving and all the motels had high rates – at least more than I thought a room in Pahrump should cost, especially after seeing some motel reviews mentioning noise from other rooms or the attached casinos, or tobacco smoke, a deal-breaker for me. When I found the K7 on the internet and on Google maps, I discovered a place I had not known existed – and I thought I knew Pahrump. This is at the south end of town in an area of ranches, fields, and a few scattered residences, 10-15 miles from the main parts of town (Pahrump has no true downtown or town center, so I’m referring to the business areas, which are mostly small clusters or strip malls). It was about 8 miles from the class location. Google views made the area look pretty nice. I reserved on-line for 3 days, sight unseen, at a little over half of the cost at Best Western and Holiday Inn Express, and hoped for the best. On arriving, I found a complex that included a main building, barn-red in color, containing several guest rooms and a café; several other buildings with rooms, and a shaded picnic area. The office was closed, with a number to call, but the manager (turned out to be the owner, Patty, the “mom” of the mom-and-pop operation) appeared while I was looking around. My room was in the red building, and Patty said it was by the road and there could be vehicle sounds. Looking at the area, totally rural and maybe a mile from Hwy 160, it was obvious this would be, at most, a tiny problem. The room was clean and comfortable, with easy-care synthetic hard-surface floors, plenty of storage space, simple but adequate furnishings – comfortable bed, a microwave and mini-fridge, a large TV, a table and two chairs. The wi-fi worked well. The bath was a shower only – no
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Hotels Near Slices And Scoops In Pahrump Review

4.3/510 Reviews
As several other reviewers said, the K7 Bed & Breakfast is not a true B&B. It’s more like a motel with a café. The owner explained it had to do with some zoning or business code and they had to call it a B&B even though that isn’t what it is. Pahrump is such an odd governmental situation that I’m not sure I understood. It is a census-designated place, a title usually associated with tiny rural settlements. Pahrump is a CDP because it is unincorporated even though its population has metastasized to 30,000, with a resulting explosion of unplanned, almost helter-skelter growth and uncontrolled use that has caused so many eyesores around town. It’s almost a full day trip to the county seat if you have any business to conduct, suggesting that there isn’t a lot of county oversight, so it isn’t surprising that building issues get muddled. Anyway … I did stay at this place. I am not partial to Pahrump and tried not to stay there, but I was taking a two-day class for Death Valley and Ash Meadows park personnel that was held there. I considered staying at Death Valley Junction or the Longstreet in Amargosa Valley, but those would be a half hour trip on each end of a 9-hour day, so I defaulted to Pahrump. This was just after Thanksgiving and all the motels had high rates – at least more than I thought a room in Pahrump should cost, especially after seeing some motel reviews mentioning noise from other rooms or the attached casinos, or tobacco smoke, a deal-breaker for me. When I found the K7 on the internet and on Google maps, I discovered a place I had not known existed – and I thought I knew Pahrump. This is at the south end of town in an area of ranches, fields, and a few scattered residences, 10-15 miles from the main parts of town (Pahrump has no true downtown or town center, so I’m referring to the business areas, which are mostly small clusters or strip malls). It was about 8 miles from the class location. Google views made the area look pretty nice. I reserved on-line for 3 days, sight unseen, at a little over half of the cost at Best Western and Holiday Inn Express, and hoped for the best. On arriving, I found a complex that included a main building, barn-red in color, containing several guest rooms and a café; several other buildings with rooms, and a shaded picnic area. The office was closed, with a number to call, but the manager (turned out to be the owner, Patty, the “mom” of the mom-and-pop operation) appeared while I was looking around. My room was in the red building, and Patty said it was by the road and there could be vehicle sounds. Looking at the area, totally rural and maybe a mile from Hwy 160, it was obvious this would be, at most, a tiny problem. The room was clean and comfortable, with easy-care synthetic hard-surface floors, plenty of storage space, simple but adequate furnishings – comfortable bed, a microwave and mini-fridge, a large TV, a table and two chairs. The wi-fi worked well. The bath was a shower only – no
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FromUS$75
2.7/511 Reviews
We were travelling through Pahrump and needed an over night stop. We found that this park was away from the highway and decided to try it for our one night stop. The Office staff seemed to be the Owners and were pleasant and friendly. There did not seem to be very many open sites but was given an end site that was deemed a 'pull through" Unfortunately we found the Hookups were awkward and the Shower/Restroom area is very old and in disrepair. However the free WiFi worked very well. Overall it was an okay place but we will try to find another Park with more modern facilities the next time we are in the area.
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FromUS$65
4.7/56 Reviews
Casino hotel, good service, friendly service staff. The only thing is that I have to charge an extra 10 dollars for service fees and the like. The downside is that during the epidemic, I felt that it was not suitable to live in such a fully enclosed hotel. At that time, I was hesitating whether to check in, but it was too late to find other hotels. Before I live, I have thoroughly disinfected and sprayed anti-virus to let the children in.
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FromUS$95