• Furnace Creek Ranch

The Ranch at Death Valley

An oasis in the desert

The Ranch at Death Valley is a veritable oasis set in the blazing heat of Death Valley. Dating from 1933, guests can enjoy a diverse range of activities at this historic resort and look forward stylish accommodation options for a great night’s sleep. Why not try the Golf Course which is one of the world’s toughest golf courses and is also the lowest course in the world at more than 200 feet below sea level! Try authentic and high-quality food and drink at four different venues and venture to the two spring-fed swimming pools for a beautifully natural way to cool off.  Outside of the ranch, why not explore the Death valley National Park? Hit rock bottom at Badwater bay – the lowest spot on the Western Hemisphere or visit Scotty’s Castle at the far edge of the resort complex.


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Guide Price

£1,299 per person
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Tripadvisor rating 6597 Reviews
Death Valley National Park

Hotel highlights

  • Take in breathtaking scenery in the Death Valley National Park
  • Try America’s lowest golf course
  • Enjoy cuisine at several different restaurants
  • Take a dip in the spring fed pools
  • Try star-gazing in this designated Dark Sky National Park

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 0 rooms
  • Floors have lift access: No

Main Facilities

  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool

Accommodation Type

  • Ranch

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

The Ranch at Death Valley

6597 Reviews 74% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1288
  • Very Good 2774
  • Average 1555
  • Poor 606
  • Terrible 374

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Oct 19, 2019

Lovely pool

It’s a bit of a trap, as there aren’t many places to lodge in Death Valley. The gas is really expensive, and the dining room too. But the pool is lovely and clean - although come armed with bug spray as they have a big problem with horse flies.
Oct 18, 2019

Really expensive

Sorring, Denmark

This place is s trap. Everything is overpriced and only 1 restaurant for dinner and the price are 70-100$ for a steak. The pool is useless dirty and hot, no service at all, cold drinks are not eksistering. It’s not a place for family’s at all. The golf shop was rough, you can’t rent there many golf cards, the golf grill is ok. Good service but also wery expensive.
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