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The Ranch at Death Valley
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    Reviewed January 3, 2010

    We spent 1 night at the Furnace Creek Ranch. We drove to Death Valley from a luxurious stay in Vegas and it was so wonderful to be in these amazing natural surroundings. We checked out the Inn at Death Valley junction and decided to move on from the time warp. So glad we did. We stopped and paid our entrance fee to the park and called the Furnace Creek Ranch from a pay phone to make our reservation. Lucky it was winter and they had availability on the day. Stopped off at Zabriskie Point on the way to the Ranch. It is really close and the view of Death Valley from all directions is wonderful. Popped into the tourist info (just past the Ranch) for a map and and some info and then went to check in.
    Everyone was really friendly and pleasant. We had a really nice ground floor room in the end block. The room had two large beds, sliding doors out, a small but clean bathroom and very nice.
    We went for a swim in the great pool filled by natural hot spring water. It was cool outside (around 7 pm) but really nice in the pool. It was freezing out by the time we got out of the water and made a run for a hot shower! It felt great afterwards. We headed for the general store for a look around. It is wonderful, has everything you need and don't need! Went to the bar for a fantastic locally brewed beer and met some nice people. Then went next door for a steak. The restuarant was not very busy, but really comfortable, great service and although a bit expensive the meal was terrific!
    We walked back to our room and had a great night's sleep, very comfortabe. Everyone is up early so the noise is not a problem. Fridge and coffee machine in the room so you have all you need. Popped into the general store to pick up coffee and something for breakfast and hit the road to see the sights. On our way back en route to Stovepipe Wells we popped back to the general store for another coffee, visited the post office and stopped next door to fill up with gas (very expensive but necessary!).
    We loved our stay and would recommend the Furnace Creek Ranch as the best place to stay in Death Valley. It has everything you need and given the fact you are in the desert it is a wonderful place that fits in well into the surrounding landscape.

    • Stayed: November 2009, traveled as a couple
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    Reviewed December 31, 2009

    We spent one night in Furnace Creek Cabins. The cabins are nice and confortable, the air conditioning worked well. Walking throughout the ranch at night, with the heat, felt exotic and relaxing. The light at sunrise was fantastic and the surrounding was so quiet and peaceful.
    It is really worth staying for the night to complete the visit of Death Valley.

    • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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    Reviewed December 22, 2009

    Just to be clear, there is a fancy hotel and a more modest one in Furnace Creek. We stayed in the more modest one. To their credit, they had done a recent reonovation which looked pretty nice. The problem is that the walls are paper thin and we could hear EVERYTHING our neighbors said and did. That being said, the location is fantastic...right in the heart of Death Valley and close to most of the major attractions. The service people are very nice and there are a couple restaurants on the premises. Speaking of which, my wife picked up a really bad stomach funk (she threw up 9 times in one day.) We have no definitive proof that it was because of the restaurants at Furance Creek, although she did eat at the steak house the night before getting sick. The food manager came to talk to us and said he took at food-related illnesses very seriously and would investigate. I take him at his word, and about 24 hours later my wife we herself again.

    Stayed: December 2009, traveled with family
    Thank Jason Y
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    Reviewed December 21, 2009

    It is 6 a.m as I write this review of the so called "resort." Room stinks, beds awful, bathroom dirty and doors literally rusting from the frames. Pillows and bedding the worse! I have stayed at many dumps in my life, but this is the worse, ever! It is a shockingly, terrible, disgusting place. Did not see the Inn, but I cannot recommend Xanterra hotels to anyone. Seriously, this was one of the worse nights of my life.

    Some more features: big wet stain above the bed, upstairs noise so bad, with each walk, I awake. YUK, YUK YUK!!!!!

    • Stayed: December 2009, traveled with family
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    Reviewed December 19, 2009

    We stayed in a cabin, not the motel or resort. The carpet was absolutely filthy, the bathroom sink was so small, there was no place to sit anything, except on the floor. The room was dreary, drab and dark. We always had clean towels, so I have no complaints about hospitality. The room had a mini fridge and a coffee maker. We paid $136/night to stay there. Each cabin has two rooms and two parking spaces, but other people parked in our parking space so we had to park at other cabins several times. There are several places to eat there, but the food is very expensive, as there is no place else to eat. But, you do get large servings. One morning we split a breakfast order of pancakes and bacon. The pancakes were the size of our plate. There is a laundry building and a post office in this area also along with a wonderful pool, but I would stay in the motel instead of the cabins if I visited again. There are several gas stations in the park and gas cost $3.25/gal. when we were there, so gas up before you get there.

    • Stayed: April 2009, traveled as a couple
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