Joshua Tree National Park Hotels

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Ryan's Adobe.: Abandoned Adobe

This is an abandoned adobe, you can staye here for free. Just don't ruin the place, it's made of mud.

What an awesome view of the desert!

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  • Written November 12, 2002
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Indian Cove Campground: No hotels or motels...

Bring your own tent like this one. It's an REI Clipper designed to accomodate 2 people.

Campsite is close to some nice rock formations. There's chemical toilets.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written November 12, 2002
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Holiday Inn Express INDIO, CA: Property

To soak it in,start with a good night's rest at the Holiday Inn Express hotel in Cathedral City or Indio, on the western edge of the park, or in Blythe, an hours east of the park's south entrance.

Fantasy Casino minutes away, Palm Spring and Palm Desert are less than half an hour
from hotel.
Within a minutes of hotel, Joshua Tree National Park, Desert Hot Springs, dozens of golf courses, tennis, shopping.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written October 23, 2002
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The park has nine established...

The park has nine established first-come-fist-served campgrounds, all in the northwest except for one at Cottonwood. Only two have water, but the others are free. There are good motels and decent restaurants in Twentynine Palms.

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  • Written September 2, 2002

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29 Palms Inn: 29 Palms Inn

Prices range from $95 to $135, depending on what cottage you stay in. Weekend prices are higher. Everything is spelled out on the website.

We stayed in Tidy Tips, a two room adobe with one queen bed, and a bunk-bed consisting of one double with a single above. It was perfect for my trip with my father. There is an electric heater in the room with the bunk-bed and a working fireplace in the main room. There is a small TV with the full gambit of cable stations, save pay movie stations, and there is, intentionally, NO PHONE. Who needs one when you are escaping life. There is a pool outside the bar/restaraunt, which I didn't use, it being January. There are so much wonderful things about this place -- the people make you feel at home. You forget about everything except nature and whatever is going on around you at that moment with the person you are with.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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