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We stopped here in May 14 - as part of a road trip. Drawn somewhat by the reputation as the hottest place on the planet, but also the fact that in Death Valley, there aren't too many accommodation options.
This place is bizarre for a...More
We stayed here one night on a trip that included Las Vegas, Yosemite and Sequoia. We like to stay at the national park lodges for the location convenience and have not been disappointed yet by any of the facilities.
We had stayed the previous two...More
We stayed at the Inn rather than the Ranch (which was just down the road) for one night on Friday 15th August 2014 as part of our Road Trip from Las Vegas heading to various places before ending up in San Francisco. It immediately gave...More
The hotel was easy to find. Reception service was slow, but there was free wifi which was fast. The beds were extremely comfortable and the rooms were a good size. The air conditioning was thankfully very good and effective. Food was expensive and there were...More
We stayed here one night on our road trip though the rooms are basic and small but very clean. We had 4 cabins between the family and sitting in the rocking chairs on the porch having a drink was unforgettable . We had a meal...More
US$235 - US$567 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Death Valley National Park
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Furnace Creek Inn And Ranch Hotel Death Valley National Park ,