We stayed at the Inn for two nights at the end of November whilst visiting Death Valley. This is a Xanterra resort and all these resorts have a certain degree of similarity. The rooms at Furnace Inn are very similar to those at North Rim (Grand Canyon).
The resort is in a spectacular setting, you really can't beat it, but it is all rather surreal. You are in the middle of the desert and this is an oasis of palm trees, swimming pool and tennis courts. It is odd, but in a good way. The rooms aren't cheap, but you are paying for the location and effort it takes to maintain good rooms and services in the middle of no-where, so are in my opinion perfectly reasonable.
We had a room with two queen beds, with dressing/storage room and bathroom off the bedroom. All very clean and tidy. The coffeee maker (yes I know I always mention coffee) is great, very handy, as is the small fridge. The free water is a nice touch (take note Las Vegas hotels at $5 a bottle).
We didn't eat at the Inn, to be honest we couldn't be bothered making reservations and dressing up, and were there for the hiking rather than the food. As other people have mentioned the patio is a great location for sitting and watching the sunset and then the stars.
Would we stay here again? Oh yes, this is a great place.
- Also Known As:
- Furnace Creek Inn And Ranch Hotel
- Furnace Creek Inn And Ranch Hotel Death Valley National Park
- Furnace Creek Resort
- Furnace Creek
- Furnace Creek Inn
- Furnace Creek Hotel
- Furnace Creek Ranch
- Furnace Creek Inn Death Valley
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