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About Death Valley Lodging

Travel Advisory: Through the summer months, all guests of The Inn must check in at The Ranch.

The Oasis at Death Valley, situated in a lush oasis surrounded by the vast and arid desert of Death Valley National Park, California is just 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada and 275 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California.

This property hosts two hotels – the historic, 4-diamond Inn at Death Valley consisting of 66 hotel rooms and 22 Casitas and the more family oriented 224 room Ranch at Death Valley.

The Inn at Death Valley offers guests elegant accommodations in the heart of Death Valley. This secluded 4-diamond resort has operated for more than 90 years, and still pampers every guest. The Ranch at Death Valley is the energetic epicenter of the resort and has been welcoming guests since 1933. It offers a casual, family-like setting – the perfect complement to the classic elegance of The Inn at Death Valley.

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The Inn at Death Valley

An elegant hideaway since 1927, The Inn at Death Valley is a AAA-rated four-diamond resort that still pampers every guest.

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The Ranch At Death Valley

The Ranch at Death Valley offers accommodations in a casual, relaxed setting.

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Inn Casitas

Located in the shadow of the Oasis Gardens' date palms, the Inn's Casitas offer unparalleled privacy and luxury within easy walking distance of the Inn pool.

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Cottages

New Ranch Cottages

The newest addition to The Oasis at Death Valley’s multi-million dollar restoration, The Ranch at Death Valley’s new Cottages have added modern western living to your lodging options at the historic property. Available early 2022.

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Fiddlers' Campground

Located adjacent to the Furnace Creek Golf Course and the National Park Service Visitor Center, our RV park is ideally situated for a great stay in Death Valley.

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Our Revitalization

Explore our well-deserved multi-million dollar restoration and renovation that has brought new life and energy to this historic property.

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Reservation Policies

Whether you’re planning a family vacation, special group function or corporate meeting, we’re here to help you find your ultimate Death Valley experience.

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The sun dappled Zabriskie Point at Death Valley National Park.

Health & Safety

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The Historic Ranch at Death Valley

Accommodations in a casual, open-ranch-like setting. You’ll enjoy clean rooms with triple-sheeting, a spring-fed swimming pool, sports courts, large grass lawns, a children’s playground and more. All located adjacent to the National Park Service Visitor Center and our 18-hole golf course.

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The Inn - Completely Revitalized

Since 1927, the perfect place to reclaim your senses as you relax near the spring-fed pool, stroll through palm gardens to the melody of the natural springs, watch a glorious sunset at our elegant four-diamond hideaway. The Inn has been completely revitalized with a multi-million dollar update – all new rooms, new dining room, new lobby, new pool + wellness area, and more. Come be amongst the first to rediscover the jewel of Death Valley – now open!

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Inn Casitas

Located in the shadow of the Oasis Gardens’ date palms, the Inn’s Casitas offer unparalleled privacy and luxury within easy walking distance of the Inn pool. Each spacious Casita is over 600 square feet comes with a complimentary golf cart for guests to use to get around the property (cars cannot get down to these rooms) as well as room options with either 1 King bed or 2 Queen beds.

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A Room at the Inn

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Things To Do

From natural wonders to tours and activities, there's always something to do at The Oasis.

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The Oasis at Death Valley
Death Valley National Park
Highway 190, Death Valley
CA 92328

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Sours: https://www.oasisatdeathvalley.com/lodging/

Notice: Wearing a face mask is required in all buildings in the national park, regardless of vaccination status.
The Last Kind Words Saloon will temporarily close on October 1 for approximately 4-6 weeks. Learn More

In The Middle of Nowhere You'd Rather Be

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You don’t come to Death Valley because abundant life flourishes here. Which is exactly why an oasis in the middle of it is so special. Only here can you enjoy two distinct hotel experiences that have undergone a $100 million renaissance – the historic, serene, and peaceful Four Diamond Inn at Death Valley and the family-friendly, adventure-focused Ranch at Death Valley – the energetic epicenter of this True American Oasis. Surrounded by the largest national park in the lower 48 with 3.4 million acres to explore.

The Four-Diamond Inn at Death Valley

An elegant hideaway since 1927, the historic Inn at Death Valley is a AAA-rated four-diamond resort that still pampers every guest. Set against the hillside, the exclusive and private resort looks out over the valley toward the Panamint Mountains. Natural springs run right through the hotel and lush palm trees and flowering bougainvillea adorn the grounds. Completely renovated, The Inn features brand new casitas, a spring-fed pool, and classic California-desert style.

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The Ranch at Death Valley

Welcome to the new and improved Ranch at Death Valley. The sprawling, 3-diamond hotel has been part of a $100 million renaissance and is the energetic center of activity in Death Valley. Set along Highway 190 next to the National Park Service Visitor Center, you can enjoy a classic town square with towering date palms and mission California architecture. There’s lots of room to spread out with huge lawns set along an 18-hole golf course – the lowest elevation course in the world, a natural spring-fed pool to help keep cool, and rooms with exterior entrances and private patios. Plus, there are great to-go food options to help you enjoy your stay as you set out for adventure in Death Valley National Park.

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Escape to a True American Oasis

Health & Safety

We’re taking steps to create a safe environment for our guests and employees.

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Spring-Fed Pools

The resort has two spring-fed pools, perfect for relaxing as it keeps a consistent 87 degrees year-round. We’re careful with every drop of precious water that flows through the resort.

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Privacy and Space

All our rooms at The Ranch have a private, outdoor patio. Deluxe rooms offer private parking and exterior entrances.

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Updated Everything

As part of our $100-million renovation, all rooms at The Inn and The Ranch were updated in 2019.

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A Park-Like Setting

The Ranch has a sprawling park-like setting, including an 18-hole golf course – the lowest elevation course in the world! Plenty of room to spread out on property.

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  • The Furnace Creek Golf Course - the lowest elevation course in the world

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  • The Ranch - Last Kind Words Saloon

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  • The Ranch - Spring-fed Pool

  • Death Valley National Park - Zabriske Point and Badwater Basin

One Incredible Destination. Two Unique Hotels.

The Inn at Death Valley

An elegant hideaway since 1927, the historic Inn at Death Valley is a AAA-rated four-diamond resort that still pampers every guest. The serene 88-room hotel is perched against the mountains overlooking the valley with a natural spring running through the property.

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The Furnace Creek Golf Course

Golf at the lowest elevation course in the world. Experience one of Golf Digest’s “America’s 50 Toughest Courses.” At 214 feet below sea level, we can confidently guarantee you will play your lowest round ever.

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In the Middle of Death Valley

Our backyard encompasses 3.4 million acres in one of the most unique settings in the world. From the lowest point in North America at -282 feet at Badwater to over 11,000 feet elevation at Telescope Peak, there is so much to explore. With this much space, our guests have been practicing distancing for decades.

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A $100-Million Renaissance

A new chapter has begun in Death Valley. The property was built in the 1920s and re-built in the past couple years extending our proud heritage of hospitality in one of the most inhospitable locations, according to some. We love our beautiful contrast to the surrounding desert wilderness.

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The Ranch at Death Valley

The energetic center of activity in Death Valley. Set along Highway 190 next to the National Park Service Visitor Center and our Furnace Creek Golf Course, you can enjoy a classic town square with towering date palms and mission California architecture. The hotel has been completely renovated featuring all new guest rooms.

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Just 2 Hours from Las Vegas and a Little More Than 4 Hours from Los Angeles

Road Trip from LA

Here’s our suggested itinerary for a great getaway from LA to Death Valley.

Road Trip From LA

National Park Service

Find out the latest news and conditions of the park from the official source.

Visit California

Check out the road trip resource to Death Valley from visitcalifornia.com.

Road Trip from San Francisco

There is so much amazing scenery to see from the Bay Area. Here’s our suggested itinerary.

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The Oasis at Death Valley
Death Valley National Park
Highway 190, Death Valley
CA 92328

Copyright 2021
All Rights Reserved

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Xanterra Travel Collection | A World of Unforgettable Experiences

Sours: https://www.oasisatdeathvalley.com/
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The 6 Best Hotels For a Weekend Getaway at Death Valley National Park

Pahrump lies between Las Vegas and the southeast corner of Death Valley. The town has its fair share of hotels, but the Holiday Inn Expressis the newest and nicest with a modern, minimalist style that feels clean and comfortable. An outdoor pool, full gym, and free breakfast are all welcome touches.

Located in the heart of town, the hotel is a short walk to the slots and table games of the Gold Town Casino and Pahrump Nugget. It’s also a five-minute drive from the Pahrump Valley Winery, which includes a great steakhouse (the best restaurant in town), property tours, and a shop for picking up a few bottles to go.

Traveling by car, you’ll reach the entrance of Death Valley National Park in about 45 minutes. The route passes through Death Valley Junction, a historic intersection that’s best known for the now-neglected Amargosa Opera House. A more satisfying detour is the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, home to Devil’s Hole, a geothermal pool with no known bottom.

Once inside Death Valley National Park, the road travels between some of the most colorful and engaging rock formations in the region. The best views are from Dante’s Peak, although Zabriskie Point is closer to the main road.

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Lodging Outside the Park

Accommodations are available in communities outside of the park. Lodging information is available through the visitor bureaus listed below in communities near the park. Check out the park map for more location information.

Lodging to the East of the Park

Beatty, Nevada

Beatty Chamber of Commerce
(approximately a 45 minute drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)

Pahrump, Nevada

Visit Pahrump
(approximately a 1.5 hour drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)

Shoshone, California and surrounding area

Death Valley Chamber of Commerce
(distance varies by location; Shoshone is approximately a 1 hour drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
(approximately a 2.5 hour drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)

Nevada, general

Travel Nevada - State of Nevada Information
(distance varies by location)

Lodging to the West of the Park

Lone Pine, California

Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce
(approximately a 1 hour 45 minute drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)

Ridgecrest, California

Ridgecrest Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
(approximately a 2.5 hour drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)

Bishop, California

Visit Bishop
(approximately a 3.5 hour drive from the Furnace Creek Visitor Center)
Sours: https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/lodging.htm

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