BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites,  Yucca Valley

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56525 Twentynine Palms Highway, 92284, Yucca Valley, United States - Ver el mapa
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Alójese en el BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites en Yucca Valley, California. El hotel se encuentra a sólo ocho kilómetros del Parque Nacional Joshua Tree, la reserva de Big Morongo Canyon en Morongo Valley y cerca de Pioneer Town y la Base del Cuerpo de Infantería de Marina Twenty-Nine Palms. El BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites ofrece unas amplias habitaciones equipadas de forma muy completa con televisor de pantalla plana de alta definición y acceso a Internet de alta velocidad. Ofrecemos una gran variedad de habitaciones entre las que se incluyen habitaciones estándar con cama de matrimonio extragrande, suites de estancia prolongada con cocina y habitaciones con cama de matrimonio extragrande y bañera de hidromasaje. Este hotel de Yucca Valley también invita a sus huéspedes a disfrutar de un desayuno caliente continental gratuito de lujo con salchichas, huevos, gofres, Nescafe® y mucho más cada mañana. Otros servicios e instalaciones del BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites incluyen piscina al aire libre (en temporada), bañera de hidromasaje (en temporada), gimnasio y centro de negocios. Permita que el BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites se convierta en su segundo hogar. Nuestro personal se desvivirá por hacerle sentir tan cómodo como sea posible. Realice su reserva hoy mismo en el BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites.

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BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites,Yucca Valley
  • 5
    « Great Hotel near Joshua Tree »

    We had a great experience here Thanksgiving 2016. The room was clean with a large bathroom and countertop. Parking was a breeze. The staff was very helpful with my kids when they needed help connecting to wi-fi. I was happy the room was clean, updated and well-maintained. It was surprisingly quiet for a sold out weekend. I would come here again if we are back in the area. It costs a little more than others in town but it was worth it for the cleanliness.

    4
    « Good Hotel that could easily be better »

    This is a nice BW with nice rooms, friendly staff, and an adequate breakfast. It's surprising a property in this class would have such thin bath towels, though. And those thick pillows look pretty on the bed, but they are so hard to sleep on! Please place a couple of soft pillows on the bed like some of your competitors in this class.

    5
    « Excellent stay. Would stay there again without hesitation !!! »

    I would recommend this hotel if you are staying in this area. The staff was the greatest. Friendly, helpful and professional. Breakfast was was excellent with lots of options. Liked the full kitchen and amenities.

    5
    « Great Breakfast! »

    The staff was very friendly and the room was good. We had a good night's sleep at this hotel. The internet was also good. The breakfast was one of the best I've had at a hotel. Close proximity to Joshua Tree National Park.

    4
    « Nice stay, pet friendly, convenient, pretty location »

    My daughter and I had a concert in Joshua Tree / Yucca Valley area and stayed a couple days at this hotel. Nice staff, very accommodating, Clean comfy rooms. The shower fixtures work a little oddly, but the shower is good. Breakfast was good, lots of choices, real eggs, bacon, sausage. French toast, cereal, strawberries and other fruit, juice, good coffee, tea etc. The hills/mountains are a calming pretty sight when you go outside!

    5
    « Joshua Tree Best Western »

    This hotel is close to the park entrance, dog friendly which is a great bonus, includes a hot breakfast that is actually good food, friendly staff who do go out of their way to help you & is competitively priced. The parking was convenient and easy to access and they even offered grab and go brown bag snacks for free when you were on your way into Joshua Tree for a hike etc.

    5
    « Great stay and location »

    We had a great stay. The location is about 10 minutes from Joshua Tree National Park. Nice town too. The breakfast at the hotel is a great way to start your day. The staff is very friendly. The bed is very comfortable.

    4
    « Oct 31 stay »

    Hotel is very clean and appears to be relatively new with large rooms, good WiFi as well as a good selection at breakfast. Staff were pleasant and helpful in providing suggestions for a place to dine for supper.

    5
    « Our stay at the Best Western in Yuuca Valley, California »

    Very comfortable, clean, and great location for traveling through this area. Staff is friendly and helpful. Breakfast , good selection and very tasty. Wouldn't stay at any other motel/hotel in Yucca Valley.

    5
    « Good Location near places I wanted to see »

    This hotel is on the main drag of 29 Palms. I was not going to Joshua Tree, but Landers and Pioneer Town. It was perfect location. The hotel was clean and we were upgraded to a nicer room. Breakfast was nice, plenty to eat and the server constantly refreshed the hot food and bagels. The value of this room was great considering the prices of some of the "spa" p;aces in near by Palm Springs.

  • 5
    « Hidden Gem »

    The hotel was a pleasant surprise in this remote area. The room was large, clean and well worth the cost which was not bad at all. Would highly recommend for anyone staying in the area. Friendly and efficient staff.

    4
    « Solid, with a quirky shower. »

    Nothing fancy here, but clean and spacious rooms. Staff is friendly and helpful--I was able to check in early, and keep my room an extra hour past checkout. I was on the 3rd floor, and although the hotel was full, my only noise issue was from the fan, which was quite loud even on its lowest setting. Breakfast is basic--Raisin Bran makes me happy, but I wish the coffee was stronger. The shower is quirky--you have to pull up the ring on top of the bath spigot. Fortunately, my brother had a similar setup, or I might still be scratching my head. Overall, a solid choice if you're visiting Joshua Tree.

    5
    « The stay »

    I own a small dog. When I travel overnight I cannot board the dog. There always seems to be a Best Western nearby where I need to go that will take a pet. They rooms have been very clean and reasonable. I have stopped looking around and I just locate the Best Western in the area.

    5
    « Nice motel »

    Room was clean and decorated, set-up nicely. I wasn't happy paying $164 for 2 people as they only had a room with 2 queen beds that was a kitchen unit. I should have looked for another motel but was too tired at the time. Yucca Valley motels are usually under $100 per night for 2 people.

    4
    « Good stay. »

    Good spot for an overnight stay. It was pretty close to Joshua Tree N.P., which is why we were there. Make sure you go into the park in the evening to see the sunset. (Keys View) Very interesting park. Lots of cool boulders and of course, Joshua trees. I felt like I was in an episode of The Flintstones LOL. Check out Arch Rock. This would be a cool place to camp.

    4
    « Great Staff!! »

    We booked this hotel last minute. Thankfully there was a room available. Upon arrival we were greeting by Erica who was so sweet and personable, she is this hotel's greatest asset. I do not like first floor rooms, but we did not have a choice, the room was clean and spacious and it had a Jacuzzi.

    4
    « Nice Place »

    The room was very clean, but we could hear the doors from the other rooms being closed. We would stay again as we have friend down in this area. This is one of best hotel around Yucca Valley, CA. The breakfast was good and the selection was OK.

    5
    « Great Place to rest your head »

    This Best Western Hotel is nicely appointed, roomy rooms, great bed, very clean, and chock full of nice helpful people. What more could you ask for? Oh yes, the views from the room are panoramic. This is the best you can ask for in this remote location.

    3
    « pillows »

    lousy pillows out of four of them none were comfortable, seems like all were filled with cut up lumps of hard foam rubber. the hotel would be fine if only i could slept. after a long drive a good nights sleep is looked forward to. and that is basically best westerns product .

    5
    « What can I say, we will stay there again. »

    That is if we return to the Joshua Tree National Park and that is likely. This establishment is very conveniently located near the parks Western entrance. We arrived late without notice but the rooms we had reserved were still available. Not to be ignored in an area where cell phone service is spotty. The accommodations were clean, modern and quite comfortable. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Especially at breakfast. By the way try their biscuits and gravy at breakfast. Best among the other BW's!

  • 5
    « " Probably the Best place to stay in the Area" »

    Excellent hotel, outstanding service from Paula at check-in. Very, very nice rooms, great fitness room, and, the breakfast buffet was awesome. Great value for the money, Great value for the money, what

    4
    « Great Option for Joshua Tree Visit »

    I stayed here for two nights while visiting Joshua Tree National Park. Before my stay began, I had to call the property to inquire about a pet friendly room. The person who answered the phone was very friendly and answered all of my questions. Check-in was a breeze, and our room was clean for the most part, and well accommodated. We had a good-sized mini-fridge in our room that worked very well, as did the tv and wifi. The only two issues I had, were there was a dead cockroach on the floor of our room, and the alarm clock kept making weird noises. Unplugged the alarm clock, and the cockroach was dead so it didn't bother me. None of his brothers or sisters came to visit during my stay. :-) The room featured a whirlpool tub, which was divine! Even though our room was located on the first floor, right outside the elevator and lobby, we didn't have any issues with noise at all. Even though this property is VERY pet friendly, there were no issues with dog waste on the property. We enjoyed the complimentary breakfast both mornings of our stay, and the staff was so friendly and pleasant. Both days, they offered to make waffles for us, which we enjoyed. Hot food included sausage/bacon, eggs, french toast, biscuits, gravy, hash browns, with our choice of muffins, danishes, toast, or bagels. They also offered hot and cold cereals, a variety of milk types, boiled eggs, tea, coffee, and a variety of juices. Definitely a good value! There are a number of restaurants and shops close by, and the hotel is within a few miles of the Joshua Tree NP entrance. Did not visit the pool, and the hot tub appeared to be out of order. Didn't matter, because we had a whirlpool tub in our room! Overall, we really enjoyed our stay. We would definitely visit this location again.

    3
    « it was just okay we made it work »

    Not enough electrical outlets in some of these older motels, like this one. Four people mean at least 4 devices, but there weren't enough. Pool was very small and more like another hot tub. The location is good for Joshua Tree but there are other motels and towns that are also close to the park and we'll try next time.

    4
    « Nice hotel, very strange shower »

    This is a standard Best Western- that's a good thing. Just do yourself a favor. When you can't figure out how to get the shower to work rather than the tub to fill up, call the front desk. I'm neither a rocket scientist nor an idiot. However, none of the three in our party could figure out how to make water come out of the shower. Even better, ask about the shower when you check in.

    5
    « Best hotel in town »

    When you stay at this hotel, you might forget that outside the door is a dry, dusty, very hot desert small town. The staff is friendly and eager to help. The rooms are on par with the quality of much more sophisticated cities, and the included breakfast is above average. The price range is higher than everyone else in Yucca Valley, but so are the room standards and overall quality. By far.

    5
    « Best Western Yucca Valley »

    Friendly service, clean, spacious rooms, and extremely helpful front desk attendants, no matter what time of night it is. It's nice to be welcomed after feeling like we were bothering people at other hotels in the area, trying to get a room late at night. Ample parking and handicapped accessible rooms always seem available.

    3
    « a little above average BW »

    Their pool picture is a little deceiving. Its the smallest pool I've ever seen at any brand hotel. Our room was mostly clean but among the toiletries was a used, 3/4 empty bottle of lotion. Eww. Very few towels were in the room, altho front desk gave more when asked. We booked a Jacuzzi room for after hiking, and it worked well. However it was unusual to find the faucet far away from the edge, so you literally had to get in the tub to start / adjust the water. Nowhere near enough electrical outlets; we had to unplug a lamp to plug in a 2nd iphone. We most likely wouldn't not stay here again.

    5
    « Affordable, yet clean, comfortable and updated »

    The staff will make you feel very welcomed, the breakfasts are so enjoyable and really saves time and money. The rooms are clean and it pretty much is as good as high-end hotels. Will return to this location every time.

    4
    « Nice, clean and quiet »

    A nice Best Western. Room was well kept and clean, staff was friendly. They had a water jug in the breakfast room that you could refill your own water bottle or Yeti with. Varied hot choices for breakfast and free wifi that functioned well. They had ample parking. It did take me a few minutes to figure out the shower, you have to pull down on the spout of the tub to make water come out of the shower head (not obvious by looking at it). Fitness room was small, had 1 elliptical, 1 tread mill, 1 stationary bike and a weight machine. I did not go to the pool but other in my party said it was basically a large tub. I did end up on the sleeper sofa one night, it was not very comfortable but the bed was.

    5
    « First rate service and hotel »

    Joshua Tree Best Western hotel is well kept property including great pool and work out room. Near shopping ,restaurants and tourist attractions. breakfast offers great choices including 24/7 tea and coffee...The bed is excellent with plenty of pillows. Room decor is neat as is microwave and refrigerator...Staff is courteous and professional...Dollar value?..The best bargain for business, pleasure and family.

  • 3
    « Exceeded Expectations, but...... »

    The A/C unit was very loud. Kept us awake all night. They also have a shower/tub combination. Couldn't figure out the shower. There was apparently a set of instructions that was supposed to be in the bathroom. Yes, the breakfast is OK. Staff works hard to keep everything clean and stocked up to par. I actually prefer the coffee out of the machine. It's consistent because it's made from hot water and concentrate. Wish I had one at home!. There is also coffee makers in the rooms.

    4
    « Perfect location for exploring Joshua Tree NP »

    This hotel is located close to the Joshua Tree National Park and a short drive to many stores/restaurants on 29 Palms Highway. After long days of exploring and hiking, this hotel was a calming oasis with its comfortable bed, free breakfast, and outdoor pool. My room even had a huge jacuzzi tub, which I used each night. Breakfast included hot selections, like eggs, sausage gravy/biscuits and breakfast meats. I had an issue with the TV not working, but staff was extremely helpful in their attempts to fix it. Parking was never an issue, even at night after returning from dinner and shopping.

    4
    « Yucca Valley stay »

    We stay in this hotel quite frequently and have always enjoyed it. The staff is nice and helpful. Breakfast is OK. I would suggest staying in the extended stay part of the hotel as it is much quieter. If you want a great dinner go to the 29 Palms Inn in 29 Palms. Best place around to enjoy a good meal and glass of wine.

    3
    « Hot Tub in the Desert! »

    Spent a 3 day weekend recently as friends were getting married in Joshua Tree National Park (JTNP) About 30 mins from Palm Springs Airport. Room was decent - ones with kitchenette actually really nice - full size fridge, stove, microwave, etc. even dishes & flatware. Only negative would be closet space -iron/board takes the space. Complimentary breakfast was decent, incl. hot food, eggs, fruits, etc. 20 min drive takes you to a JC Penney & Marshals...you never know! Had dinner 1st night at Pappy's & Harriet - good food....long drive.

    5
    « Exceeded expectations. »

    This motel is very close to the Joshua Tree National Park. The rooms exceeded our expectations. They seemed seemed brand new and included a full kitchen, firm mattresses, and comfortable chairs. The rooms also had free internet and cable. Great value.

    4
    « Best Western Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites, Yucca Valley »

    This was a surprisingly comfortable hotel. I saw the hotels in the surrounding area and when I saw the BW, I was relieved. Nice breakfast set-up, clean rooms. Only issue that I had that was negative was when I was checking out it took a while because the receptionist at the desk kept having to take phone calls. I understand that it is your business and that's how you make money by taking more reservations, but also the person that is already there standing in front of you should be a priority. That's just how I feel. Other than that my visit was good, thank you.

    4
    « Great Location for visiting Joshua Tree National Park »

    I stayed the night in a third floor room while visiting the Joshua Tree National Park. The welcome was friendly and helpful and the room comfortable. There is a little traffic noise but not obtrusive. The breakfast was typical of the Best Western family of hotels so plus marks there for me.

    4
    « WAKE UP !!! It's 5AM.. »

    We just found out my better half Cookielee was going to get the weekend off, now we had to decide where to go on our next roadtrip. We decided on Joshua Tree Park, a short two hour drive from the OC. This was going to be a budget trip so I checked TA to see if we could find a Best Western, which is always our "go to" low cost choice hotel. We found one in Joshua Tree and managed to get one of the last available rooms, #109. We arrived in town early and enjoyed a full day of exploring the beautiful desert scenery and great hiking trails in the nearby park. Exhausted, we returned to the hotel to check in, and were happy to find a clean, comfortable room. Our only concern was that it was located on the first floor, as our top priority in hotels is getting a quiet room, suitable for sleeping in late on our day off. But everything else being good with the room, we took a soak in the jet tub and retired for the evening. I was in the middle of a great nights sleep when at 5AM we were awakened to the sound of people talking on the other side of the wall behind our headboard.The talking soon became the sound of pots, pans and other cooking utensils being thrown into a metal sink. I arose and called the front desk and was informed that my bed backed up to the kitchen, where breakfast was being prepared. We were unable to return to sleep, and with no where to go, spent the next two hours laying in bed listening to the kitchen staff. Later, as we were preparing to leave, I poked my head into the kitchen to see if the work station was indeed on the other side of the wall as I had imagined, I found it was. It was at this point that I encountered the breakfast cook, he asked what I wanted and when I told him about being awakened at 5AM, he stated that I had NO reason to be upset as he was only doing his job, his terrible customer service attitude only upset me more. I lodged a complaint with the front desk staff and departed. Later in the morning while driving home I missed a call from the manager. A couple of days later, I was finally contacted by Manager Steve Koo, who patiently listened to my rant, then apologized and offered me a partial comp and some other discount goodies to make up for the inconvenience. He also listened to my suggestions regarding hanging a sign on the kitchen wall reminding staff of the nearby guest room, and moving the bed in room 109 to the opposite wall so as to distance it from the noisy work station. Despite our inconvenience, we found this to be a nice, clean, reasonably priced hotel located in a wonderful area, and will stay here when we return to finish exploring Joshua Tree. My thanks go out to Manager Steve Koo and his friendly front desk staff who went out of their way to make up for a bad incident, I'll see you next time, just don't book me into #109.

    5
    « A good choice for a hotel »

    The rooms were clean, and the staff was very nice. We had no problems with the hotel, though the pool was broken at the time. Otherwise, it was a pleasant stay. The continental breakfast was surprisingly nice.

    5
    « Great hotel in a good location »

    This is a great hotel for visiting Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park but in a quieter location. Rooms are good and well appointed, ours included a kitchenette with enough facilities to prepare a meal in the room and a very large fridge/freezer. The surrounding area initially looks like there is not much around but a few miles down the road is a number of shops and more restaurants and the local area turned out to be very interesting, especially Pioneertown.

  • 3
    « Good Coffee please! »

    If you like coffee, bring your own, and a maker. No machine in the rooms and the one in the breakfast is a instant coffee machine- terrible for ones that enjoy a good cup. Other than that it's ok. bla bla bla bl alb bla bla bla bl abl ab labl alb bl abl abl ala blab l b lab lab bal abl bal ab labl ab lbl b lal ab labl bal bl ba lba lba lbal bal bal ba lbal bl ba labl b lbl bal al ba lba lbl bal abl ba lbal ba lb lba lbal ba lb lb lbl ba lbl bl b lab lbal l ab l lb lba l blalb lb lb lbal ab lba lba lba lbl bl bl bl ba lba labl a lba lbl bal ab lba bll b lbal abl ab lbl bl al ba lb lb lbl b lb lbl a lab lal bal b laal bl ab lb la

    5
    « Quiet, Comfortable and Curtious »

    Stayed one night at this Best Western in Yucca Valley in April of 2016 and had a very pleasant stay. The staff was very attentive and helpful. Always at the front desk and always answered the phone when we called. The room we had was big! Very large and comfortable... nice king size bed. We stayed in the back on the third floor away from the highway and it was super quiet. The hotel accommodate all our requests (a room in the back not on the 1st floor) and were very nice and attentive. I would recommend this place as it seemed to be the nicest hotel in the town. Glad we stayed there, would come back again.

    3
    « Pool and Spa not working »

    My wife and I came to Yucca Valley to visit with my brother and his family. And I wanted to do some hiking in the nearby Joshua Tree National Park. My wife does not like hiking as she finds it difficult due to a physical condition. So she said, "Just find me a hotel that I can just hang out by the pool and exercise while you hike." Before booking your hotel I called to confirm that the hotel and spa were operational and I was told it was. Imagine my wife's disappointment that the pool and spa were NOT functioning on our arrival! Now what was she to do while I was hiking and my brother and his wife and there kids were off at school and work! She just "hung out" and I modified my plans for shorter hikes so that she was not to get too bored. We did our best to entertain ourselves by shopping in a town that is not known for its shopping. When I discussed the issue with the manager "Steve" he merely gave me a bunch of excuses. I enjoy staying at Best Western properties. As a mater of fact I am a rewards card holder and have gathered large amounts of points over the years and used those points with joy. But honestly I will think again before booking with Best Western in my travels as well as recommending the chain to my friends.

    4
    « Mrs. Teresa C. »

    Nice king-sized room. Good breakfast selection. Shower button is bit tricky. We asked hotel staff to show us how to operate shower. Good TV. We only spent one night for a trip to Joshua Tree National Park. In general, very good hotel.

    4
    « Best in the area »

    Very nice, clean and quiet hotel in the high desert. Bed was firm and very comfortable. Free breakfast okay. Staff very friendly. I did not even consider the other hotel/motels in the area. This one is the best...look no further.

    5
    « weekend retreat »

    Spent one night here with a friend and was the best hotel I've stayed at in the area. Friendly staff, very clean room and great breakfast with smoothies too! Hot tub was clean and a nice way to relax after yoga and a long hike. Will stay here again!

    5
    « The quality you expect! »

    I just spent one night here, everything was great! A great pool with hot tub and a wonderful breakfast bar.This hotel was located close to everything, Walmart, gas, food, etc. The drive to Joshua Tree National Park wasn't too far as well.

    4
    « Good value »

    The price is right. We got a two room suite, which was more than we needed but it was good value so we took it. The hotel is very adequate for most needs...not high end, but reasonably comfortable. The hot tub pool was a nice end for our day hiking in Joshua Tree.

    5
    « All around Excellent »

    Everything exceeded my expectations, we reserved the 2 room suite, easy check-in and out, everything was clean from the parking lot to the bathroom, the kitchen was fully equipped except the wine bottle opener was hard to find but otherwise we were very comfortable and will definetely return. BTW the valley has many hidden attractions so do your homework.

    5
    « Very good value! »

    Good price for the room and services. There are twin beds to fit our 4 people travel. The room is clean, bath is clean and overall very good for the price. Will stay in this hotel again if I go the same place.

  • 5
    « Great stay! »

    Loved this hotel! Clean and spacious room. The bathroom was very nice and had nice towels. We came in late so we didn't get to the pool. Staff was very friendly at check in and check out. Coffee , tea and hot chocolate were available all the time. Breakfast was great! Lots of options. And they made sure that everything was replenished as people were coming and going. I would stay here again!

    4
    « Loved it! »

    The check in/out was smooth and easy, we were allowed early check in. The breakfast was good with a large dining room, fantastic location in Yucca Valley. Staff were friendly, room was clean and comfy. Hotel is very close to Joshua Tree. Great place!

    5
    « Hotel convenient to Joshua Tree National Park »

    This Best Western property was very clean, guest room was quiet, and all amenities were in working order. The operation of the shower took a little bit of time to figure out, though. It's proximity 11 miles from the entrance to Joshua Tree NP was appealing. There were options for shopping to stock up on our needs during our drive through southern California on our way to Arizona.

    1
    « No PETS »

    I was told there was no charge for pets and upon check-in I was charged $20/pet/night. There are not many options after driving all day and exhausted. Then the printer in the business center would not work. The staff seemed to think the whole event was humorous.

    2
    « Gave us the wrong room and attitude »

    The front desk agent did not know the rooms and gave us the wrong room/rate. Next morning proceeded to argue with me that my room with a king bed, two chairs and no sofa (as I paid for) definitely had a sofa in it. Housekeeper informed her she was wrong, but agent insisted it was my fault. The room was a normal, fine room. No issues with cleanliness. Just bad hospitality from the front desk. Last time I stay there.

    4
    « Nice place to stay. »

    I stayed here for 3 nights. The room was clean, and the free wifi ran smoothly. The breakfast is pretty good, but can be very crowded at certain times of the morning. Luckily, I was in a room right down the hall, so i was able to eat in my room. The hotel is convenient to the western entrance to Joshua Tree National Park, although it is a several mile drive. There was a little confusion upon checkout, as the clerk said I wasn't supposed to check out until Sunday. I checked out on Friday, which was the correct day, so I don't know where the confusion came from. Once we got that straightened out, it was fine. Overall, this is a nice place to stay.

    3
    « Nice easy hotel »

    Great location for hitting up pappy and Harriet's as well as Joshua Tree. Very clean hotel with modern conveniences. I would note that the walls are thin so maybe bring ear plugs. Ample parking and free breakfast. Beds were adequate not the best the pillows.

    5
    « Good Experience »

    Very clean, nicely kept hotel. More modern than we expected in such a small town. Breakfast was good, staff was nice, room was nice! Pool was small, but it was too cold to swim anyway. But it looked very clean, as did the Jacuzzi.

    4
    « Nicest Property in Yucca Valley »

    Great Front Desk Staff and GM at the Best Western. Rooms are very clean and nice size if you get a Suite. Lots of parking, although the lot will get full when the hotel is sold out. Very nice comp breakfast. Beds are comfortable and seemed newer. All rooms with Flat Screen TV. The shower is amazing. The only drawback is the WiFi does not work when the hotel is full or even 1/2 full. The GM advised that he will be updating the system this year. If you MUST have WiFi for your entire stay, then I recommend checking with the hotel 1st to make sure it is working.

    4
    « no complaints »

    we always stay here while passing through the good old mojave and we always have a pleasant stay. The staff is friendly and we love the free breakfast in the morning... It helps to start your day and makes you feel appreciated as a guest.

  • 3
    « Good value »

    It was clean and convenient. Close to the park and was one of the better priced options. I wouldn't stay here more than a night, but it served our purpose. It allowed us to watch the sunset in Joshua Tree and get into the park early the next day before it got too busy. Staff was very friendly and..well you know a cheap breakfast is what it is.

    3
    « Easy Access To Joshua Tree National Park »

    Nice room and facilities. Foul sewer odors in the west end parking lot. Breakfast was not refilled for hot items and staff seemed indifferent. We were very happy being able to travel in and out of the park within about 15-20 minutes. This was our primary concern as I am a photographer and need to travel at certain times for lighting.

    4
    « our stay »

    Our stay was excellent. From the friendly staff who took our reservation, the ones who checked us in and out. to the clean room, and comfortable bed. No to leave our the breakfast as good for travelers. Thank you.

    1
    « DO NOT STAY HERE - The name is Best Westen, but it is Franchise »

    NO WORDS CAN describe the pain Steve (the MGR Aka Owner) caused our family. We were thrown into the street 500mi away from home, and OUR PERSONAL belongings dumped like trash (see pictures ) all because of a misunderstanding on our reservation during oue 13rd old niece's funeral. STEVE IS HEARTLESS, He KNEW (his employees told him) we were at church & he still proceeded to dump our belongings because they "DOUBLE BOOKED " the room and check out time was noon. Thinking we had room reserved till Sunday we left all our belongings in the room not thinking twice. It was then a family member notified us if we didn't arrive immediately our stuff would be in the trash and cops called. I tried to pay for Late check out but Steven Kept lying lie about calling us and us avoiding him - well where your phone records??? Steve out right lied! No calls were made to us!! Never thought a prestigious brand like Best Western would operate as such. Dealing with death, at a funeral and being lied and threatened then Tossing our stuff like trash 1hr past checkout time, with ZERO communication beforehand is the most unprofessional way to manage business. The cherry on top. Steve hid from my husband, and had his front desk girls take the heat. Grateful for these ladies who had compassion for our trouble yet had no control over the situation and we're following the boss's orders! STEVE THE FRANCHISE OWNER IS A HORRIBLE REPRESENTATION OF BEST WESTERN AND THE STANDARDS YOUR BRAND REPRESENTS. Also, while the free breakfast looks amazing beware! All uneaten food on display that has been touched and out all morning is put back into Rubbermaid containers for the next day! GROSS, nothing worse than watching Lil kids grab food put it back then see the employees store it for use the next day!!!    

    5
    « Spacious and Comfortable »

    The room was very spacious and clean. It was comfortable. The hotel is in a good location. My mother is physically impaired and the room and breakfast area were conveniently accessible for her to use her walker. The staff were very helpful and pleasant.

    4
    « Roomy and comfortable with outstanding breakfast »

    The front desk was friendly and helpful at check in. Parking was very convenient to the entrance and there was an elevator very close. The curtains ar decorative, they do not close at all and we wanted it dark to nap after a long day of travel. There was a shortage of conveniently located outlets. The bed and room were comfortable. We heard no noise. The internet was fast at times, not so fast other times, but we did not try the available wired connection or the business center. Breakfast was outstanding. The usual fare, plenty of it. The sausage and scrambled eggs were as good as you will find anywhere. Coffee was good, plenty of real half and half, and real yogurt, I am not a fan of the diet variety. Give me real sugar, real fat, real butter,etc. The breakfast room was spacious. We have not checked out the pool or laundry or hot tub yet. We looked in the exercise room, a decent treadmill, elliptical trainer and recumbent bike and a multi-station weight machine. Everything we saw was clean and well maintained.Our experience with Best Western around the country has been pretty uniformly good.

    3
    « Decent hotel for the price, but NOISE ruined it »

    Was put directly next to the exercise center and someone decided to work out at 10:30pm at night. The treadmill was directly next to my headboard. Nice hotel/staff, but that totally ruined the experience.I even specifically asked for a quiet room and that's what I ended up with.

    3
    « Immediate Disappointment »

    Unfortunately, this is night #1 of a 3- night stay. Upon check-in we were told that the pool is being painted, so its closed. Why would they choose to do that on a holiday weekend?! One of the reasons we chose this place is because of the pool. The "double" suite has 2 full-size beds. That is what is stated on the website, but the room is huge and can easily accommodate 2 queen beds. The walls are paper thin. I can hear every word being said by the family in the room next door. There is a lot of traffic noise, and I can actually hear neighborhood noise. I WAS looking forward to staying here, but now I dread the next 2 nights

    5
    « The Old Un in Joshua Tree »

    Bath/Shower conversion evaded me, there was a hidden ring under the bath faucet which had to be pulled down. I had not experienced this before, but once operated the experience of having two jets directed at you, was novel. Back to the Hotel, this custom built Hotel and Suites, is one of the best "values for money" that I have experienced.

    5
    « solid place »

    good clean room. great breakfast. right on the main strip so u can get anywhere. we had easy access to Joshua Tree National Park about 5mi down the road. nice Mexican restaurant next door is open 24hrs if you need a solid late night snack like I did. the staff was kind and attentive. next time I am back in the upper desert, I will be staying here

  • 5
    « joshua tree break - excellent! »

    Best Western Joshua tree is great - well situated for the National Park and surrounding area plus they offer a great service and value for money. the hotel was very clean, staff were efficient and friendly and the place was overall very comfortable.

    5
    « Good Place. Great Hot Breakfast. »

    Well appointed clean rooms. One of the better breakfasts I have had in any of these range of hotels. eggs, french toast, waffles made to order....good to load up before a long day of activity. about 6 mi to west entrance of the park.

    1
    « poor quality with little cleanliness »

    Motel was picked by employer and was way below what we are used to. Had to ask for the bedding to be cleaned every day. Sheets were threadbare and pillows were poor. Noise due to sliding front door located next to our room was horrible and seemed like the doors were used all night. Poor security .

    4
    « Quite a Good Hotel, Just Needs Attention to Details »

    Quite a good choice for the proximity to Joshua Tree National Park. Rooms are quite large and relatively well equipped. Location is on the main road but it is relatively quiet in the hotel. Provided breakfast is good but the eating area can be a little small for the number of people who want to use it in the last hour of the allotted time. We maybe caught them at a relatively busy time, but there were a few niggles which prevented me from giving 5 stars. The room wasn't ready when trying to check in at 4pm, the provided non-smoking room had the odour of someone having recently smoked in it, the WiFi didn't work the first night the front desk pushed me to tech support who were not able to resolve the probem, and the plumbing blocked which needed a bit of chasing up to correct.

    4
    « A great choice »

    We stayed at the Best Western on the night before our visit to Joshua Tree NP. Great location on Twenty Nine Palms highway. A number of restaurants and stores within walking distance. The room was clean and well maintained. Staff was very attentive. Breakfast was good - some hot items, breads, juice, coffee, cereal. For the price, it is an excellent value.

    3
    « Road stop motel »

    This is your typical overnight stay motel. Nothing fancy, don't show up without a reservation. It is usually crowded as there is nothing any better for miles. The value for the room is good. Hopefully your room will be ready when you arrive.

    5
    « Clean, Warm, Friendly - Great Stay »

    Nested here for visit to Joshau Tree Park. The place is really clean, the bed is really nice, free breakfast and wifi, friendly staff. Its honestly a great place to spend a few nights while visiting joshua tree park.

    5
    « Perfect Stay »

    The Best Western Joshua Tree Hotel and Suites, Yucca Valley was perfect from start to finish. Every employee, from check-in to check-out, was so friendly and helpful. The room was fresh, linens super clean with comfy pillows on top. The breakfast was very good and had everything anyone would want. We will be back.

    4
    « Best Western is Best in Yucca Valley »

    Great value hotel very clean and centrally located, very friendly staff, good breakfast in the morning, responsive to guests needs I will continue to use Best Western when I am in Yucca Valley I would recommend this hotel to anyone. Very well lit at night. Thank you very much for a good nights sleep.

    4
    « Good Hotel »

    The location of the hotel is on the main road, so it is close to all the different shops. All washing maschines were new and clean. Rooms were clean and appropriate for the price. It is very quiet, good for a nice sleepin.The personnel was helpful and friendly.

  • 5
    « Very Nice Venue »

    We chose BW Joshua Tree because it was a quality hotel at a good price and very central to the places we needed to go while in Yucca Valley and Palm Springs. We plan upon returning to the area in the and will definately consider Best Western as our primary hotel.

    4
    « Great Stay! »

    This hotel is conveniently located on 29 Palms, close to many restaurants and shops, just 20 minutes from Joshua Tree National Park and about 15 minutes from Pioneer Town. The rooms are spacious and very clean. And the staff was exceptional - very friendly and worked hard to make our stay welcoming and comfortable. Free in room coffee service and wifi. And a complimentary breakfast. Overall a great stay.

    5
    « Slept nicely »

    Had a great experience. Check in was fast and the creature comforts were perfect. It was a last minute check in due to work. The front night desk staff was very helpful. The quality of the room was exactly what I expect at a Best Western...perfect.

    5
    « Perfect! »

    This hotel has everything you could want. Every where was spotless, I honestly couldn't fault a thing. Kitchenette has everything you need, large fridge included. Bathroom is spacious, clean, no mould or signs of age. Very comfy beds and pillows. The staff were friendly and helpful. There is a laundry on site and only $1 per load of washing. I am very picky when it comes to hotels and very rarely would give one 5 out of 5, but this place was beautiful. Only thing I could fault was the tricky shower but it comes with instructions and is quite easy once you read them. And once you work it out, it's a really nice shower with optional wall mounted jets - bliss! The other thing was that the a/c was quite noisy, even on the low setting. But it was a constant noise and the temps here really mean you don't need a/c overnight. Plus you could adjust the a/c temp and have it as fan only. A lot more options than most hotels. We had a beautiful, relaxing and enjoyable stay here and would highly recommend it to anyone.

    2
    « Disappointed »

    We checked into the hotel and all seemed fine. The next day we had the do not disturb sign on the door until we left the hotel at 11:30. As we left the room I removed the sign from the outside of the door and put it inside the room. When we returned to the hotel at 4:30 no one had cleaned our room. When we inquired we were told housekeeping had gone for the day. When I spoke with the manager I was told we had the sign on the door so it was not cleaned. He would check with the housekeeper. Well the housekeeper must have either lied or never bothered to come back and check the room. We were given fresh towels and $29.99 off the bill for the night. To top it off my husband later found ants in the bathroom. The room has no temperature setting on the air conditioning and the room was very warm. All in all not a good stay.

    5
    « Friendly and Clean »

    I am really picky when it comes to a motel/hotel. I do not like dirty places and rude people. I will honestly pay $100 more for a one hotel then another if they were next door to each other based on this. So if you want to feel at home in a clean friendly place book this hotel and no other on twenty nine palms

    4
    « our stay »

    We stay at this hotel often and for the past year or so it has gotten better with each stay. This is a nice time of the year to visit Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree as the temperatures are much nicer. La Casitas Nueva is a good Mexican restaurant to eat at.

    5
    « Best Choice in Yucca Valley »

    Growing up in the Yucca Valley area I know first hand that hotel choices are not exceptional. The Best Western made me completely rethink that thought. The hotel was very nice, clean and breakfast was amazing. One of the best hot continental breakfast I've seen, My only complaint was the temperature of the spa, like luke warm bath water. Ethernet was fast, television reception was great.

    3
    « Quality as expected but don't be late for breakfast »

    The hotel was what you'd expect for the price but if you're traveling on vacation don't sleep in as the breakfast disappears promptly after 9 am. Having an in-room kitchenette is nice however if the guest before you burned dinner the smell is there to stay.

    3
    « Good place to stay »

    This is a good hotel, clean, employees are very nice. breakfast is good, I would recommend it to friends and family. Fix the little things torn black out shade, broken air cond. cover. All is good, I will come back again. thank you for a good stay. Put non slip strips in bath tubs for safety.

  • 2
    « Don't stay if you use priceline.com! »

    Room was great--at first. All night there was noise and vibration thru the room-thump, thump, thump. Even with high grade ear plugs could not sleep. Called the front desk and the lady said "you are near the stairs and someone may be doing exercises." This went on ALL night. With priceline you get a 20% discount but when you call the motel all you can get is a king bed room. We wanted two queens. They said that would be another $20. upon check in. The shower was very complicated-has a card with directions. The shower head was positioned so high I could not reach it. When I turned it on it was either broken or it created a vacuum as it sucked the curtain into the tub and flooded the bathroom. What a huge mess to clean up for the 30 seconds the shower was on! Never got a moments sleep despite Tylenol PM and other sleep meds which usually knock us out. Staff was unhelpful. Left there and went to another motel which let us check in at 9am so we could get at least 4 hrs sleep before our appointment. The rest of the stay the sleep at the other motel was great!

    4
    « An Oasis in the Desert »

    The hotel was in a good location for our purposes. The property was quiet and clean and had an accommodating staff. It was nice to have a breakfast, when some hotels are moving toward no breakfast. We were traveling with family members, and we were able to spend time with them comfortably in our room -- which had a sitting area with couch and a bench.

    4
    « Very good roadside motel great service »

    Very good roadside motel great service, clean rooms, pool was not the biggest but it worked. Manager was friendly and front desk staff were great!! He runs a tight ship!!!! Would definitely stay there again if we are in town

    5
    « Wonderful Stay »

    Stayed here 1 night, on our road trip in USA. The room was the best one we had stayed in so far, Huge room with a nice bed and good air con. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast had various selections and was filling. Recommended place yo stay from me.

 

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·Desde Las Vegas: incorpórese a la carretera interestatal 15 sur: Tome la carretera Barstow Road/salida CA-247. Gire a la izquierda en CA-247/carretera Barstow Road. Gire a la izquierda en CA-247/carretera Old Woman Springs Road. Siga por la carretera CA-247. Gire a la derecha a la autopista Twentynine Palms/CA-62. El BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites estará situado a mano izquierda a aproximadamente 1,4 kilómetros. ·Desde Arizona: incorpórese a la carretera interestatal 10 oeste y a la autopista CA-62 este / autopista Twentynine Palms hacia 29 Palms / Yucca Valley. El BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites estará situado a mano derecha pasados unos 33,4 kilómetros. ·Desde San Diego: ...

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