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Join the military for accommodation like this. I can't believe that I paid $320 for a room in a cell block here. The food is better in the military, the waiters more charismatic and better looking. The restaurant serves only fast food "bludge" and closes...More
So I've been going to Death Valley at least annual for 30 odd years. I've stayed at all the lodgings in the park and camped plenty as well. Unless you bring a tent, your choices are limited, and pricey, which is not surprising since you're...More
My wife and I stayed here for one night as part of a road trip. We arrived early afternoon so as soon we checked in we decided to get some lunch. We were directed to what can only be compared to a dining hall or...More
This was our second visit staying at the Ranch at Death Valley. Next to the 900 building there are Horse Stables, and we went for a lovely sunset ride. They have a max of 14 people in a group so the feeling is intimate as...More
Ok. Overpriced a bit. Really no other option that is somewhat reasonable in this fantastic park. If possible get the deluxe room with one story with rocking chairs. The back is a wonderland of grass, lawn games, swimming pool, trees, and sports courts. This is...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.