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The Inn at Death Valley

Four Diamond comforts at the ‘Jewel of Death Valley’

Open for more than 88 years, the Inn at Death Valley is a true icon for oasis-like comforts in the desert, paving the way for similar hotels across the USA. AAA rated to the Four Diamond standard, this luxury hotel is designed in a style influenced by the Spanish mansions of the coast, with a dramatic tower, naturally-coloured roof tiles and palm-dotted gardens to create a true oasis experience. From a spring-fed pool to mountain-view dining, this is a superbly-equipped option for your Death Valley stay.


Guide Price

 £1,629  per person
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Tripadvisor rating 6708 Reviews
Badwater Springs at sunrise Death Valley National Park

Hotel highlights

  • A member of the National Historic Hotels of America
  • Take in breathtaking scenery in the Death Valley National Park
  • Experience America’s lowest golf course
  • Enjoy cuisine at several different restaurants
  • Take a dip in the spring fed pools
  • Wander through the palm gardens

Hotel Features

General Information

  • 66 rooms
  • Minimum age: 18

Main Facilities

  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

The Inn at Death Valley

6708 Reviews 74% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1302
  • Very Good 2805
  • Average 1592
  • Poor 622
  • Terrible 387

What to Expect

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Apr 04, 2020

Simple Accomodations In Stark Surroundings

San Jose

The accommodations at the Ranch At Death Valley are simple but comfortable in the stark environs of Death Valley. It is nice to be able to retire to the controlled temperature of your room and comfort of your bed after a hot day of sight seeing. The facility has a couple of places to eat and a small convenience store. The Saloon is a particularly interesting spot to dine at. Do prepare yourself for a potentially long wait at the front desk during peak check-in/check-out times
Mar 31, 2020

Location, location, location.

Not too many places in Furnace creek so we stayed at the Ranch. The Ranch was too expensive for what you get. Don't stay near golf course. They were out mowing at 6:30 am. No free coffee. Check in office was a 100 yard walk but still no coffee. They directed us to the store where it was $4. The 2nd floor room was really outdated and needs attention. Deck floors rotten and carpeting ripped and torn. Door to deck didn't work, had to get a maintenance guy. But, cheaper than other place and convenient for day trips.
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