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You know it's pricey but it's the middle of the desert, and they seem to be the only game in town. We drove by the Amarosa motel, and were glad we hadn't booked there.
The outdoor pool was awesome. It might not have been 85...More
Firstly must be noted that the Inn and Ranch are 2 different places. We stayed at the Ranch in a cabin. It's the cheaper option and is small but is clean and comfortable. Parking is free and the cabin is pretty private. Is close for...More
This was our third visit to the Furnace Creek Inn over the past 10 years. We love this National Park and appreciate the luxury and service at the Inn. As usual, the room was upscale and comfortable. The staff remains top notch with one exception;...More
We stayed at the Furnace Creek Ranch once again within the last three years. We reserved a room for 7 nights in one of the two story buildings. The long hallways are dimly lit and the room is sort of like living in a dorm...More
We stayed at the Ranch (not the inn) for one night on a stop over through Death Valley.
The location is very good.
The layout of the Ranch resort was very good, nice buildings, nice feel, well kept. The rooms were ok, stayed in better,...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.