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This is a review for the Inn which is about ¼ mile from the ranch. It was originally built in the 1920s and has been extended since then, but the atmosphere is still reminiscent of that age. The building just blends into the landscape, and...More
This review is for the Furnace Creek Ranch.
We were given a room on the second floor. The AC was not working, we turned on the AC for almost one hour and did not cool the room at all. THe outside temperature is cooler than...More
We had a comfortable room with lovely views of the mountains, overlooking the stables. It was so peaceful . Our room as fine, clean and the balcony lovely to sit out on. We went for a sunset horse ride which was fabulous. Fortunately, we brought...More
Let me first say that you need to start your stay at the Furnace Creek Ranch with lowered expectations. IT'S IN THE FREAKING DESERT!!! It's true that in Death Valley there are no other lodging options unless you want to stay in Beatty or drive...More
We knew we were a captive audience when we came here. Never did I think diner coffee would cost $3.50 or would a steak cost $69. This was at the inexpensive property, not the Inn!
Most of the charges probably go to pay for watering...More
I think it’s mostly because folks don’t know the name of the property that they’re staying at, since the names have recently changed and appear as the Oasis at Death Valley, the Furnace Creek Inn, the Inn at Death Valley... More
I think it’s mostly because folks don’t know the name of the property that they’re staying at, since the names have recently changed and appear as the Oasis at Death Valley, the Furnace Creek Inn, the Inn at Death Valley ... The Ranch nomenclature has remained pretty steadily, but easy to get the names of the properties confused.