We wanted to see Death Valley on our trip, but there was very little choice of hotels in the area. Was rather sceptic prior to arrival and this turned out to be justified. Rather expensive for what it is -- in retrospect we should have spent the same money in Las Vegas and gotten a luxury suite.
On the positive side: the hotel has a nice large outdoor pool. We visited in February, and were looking for some sun and warmth (after having visited Grand Canyon, which was on the chilly side) - which we certainly got in Death Valley. Also, saw a coyote just outside our doorstep. That's about it I think.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Furnace Creek Resort, situated in a lush oasis surrounded by the vast and arid desert of Death Valley National Park, California is just 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada and 275 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. This property hosts two hotels - the historic, 4-diamond, 66 room Inn at Furnace Creek and the more family oriented 224 room Ranch at Furnace Creek. The Inn at Furnace Creek offers guests elegant accommodations in the heart of Death Valley. This 4-diamond resort has operated for more than 86 years, and still pampers every guest. The Ranch at Furnace Creek has been welcoming guests since 1933 and offers a casual, family-like setting - the perfect complement to the classic elegance of the Inn at Furnace Creek. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Furnace Creek Inn And Ranch Hotel Death Valley National Park
- Furnace Creek Resort
- Furnace Creek Hotel
- Furnace Creek Ranch
- Furnace Creek Inn Death Valley