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Located within Death Valley National Park, The Ranch At Death Valley provides accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court. The rooms were large, comfortable and equipped with a small fridge. The shampoos/lotions were superb (I am sensitive and they met my needs). The staff was wonderful, handing out maps and information and were there for all questions. The general store was pretty well equipped with take away salads/sandwiches/condiments/grocery items for those in campers. It was during Covid so the restaurants were limited so the store was necessary. The large spring fed pool, warm, was the delight of everyone. There were places for kids to play, tennis courts, I think things like shuffleboard were there. The grounds were spacious with room for everyone to wander or play.
Located within Death Valley National Park, The Inn at Death Valley features a 24-hour front desk. This property also provides guests with an outdoor pool. Guests can have a drink at the bar. loved the location, loved that you got your own golf carts for the villas, and loved the pool
Next door to the Marta Becket's World Famous Opera House, this hotel features uniquely decorated rooms. Death Valley National Park is less than a 15-minute drive away. Excellent historic place. We had a lovely tour with a great guide! Strongly recommended.
Offering mountain views, Tarantula Ranch Vineyard near Death Valley is a property located in Amargosa Valley, 5.6 miles from Amargosa Valley and 6.3 miles from Jackass Aeropark. Great location and great fun! It is basic, the trailer has a couple of shelves and a mattress, no floor space but everything is clean and well organised. We cooked burgers on the outdoor BBQ and washed at the outdoor taps and the composting toilets were as good as can be expected! There's plenty of water, also enough cooking utensils to make do. It was a bit windy when we were the so didn't get to light the fire and didn't need the air con. The stars were incredible and its so quiet, the WiFi is excellent but you really don't need it!!!
A most interesting place, but you need to be prepared. Gas, water, food stops are far apart. I went in May and it was already getting very hot (105F) in afternoons. If you want solitude this is the place, I counted cars I saw on one 70mile portion- 10 only ! The night was beautiful, vast open sky and stars. Many of the sites are off dirt/gravel roads, so the appropriate vehicle is needed. No cell service in much of the park and on the drive to there, I came in from the Mojave desert route. I exited out the Northwest route (Stovepipe) steep downhill grades but incredible views. I would recommend a few days at a min, this is not a park a typical sightseer can hike to the sites. Rangers were very friendly and helpful. The light is constantly changing which makes a wonderful spot for landscape photos.
A beautiful National Park to explore. There are canyons to hike and several you can drive through. Signage is posted and easy to understand. There are several interesting sites right outside the park. There is Lone Pine and Manzanar to the East. Rhyolite and Beatty to the North. The towns of StovePipe Wells and Furnace Creek have excellent restaurants. The food was delicious and reasonable. Each hotel has a pool to cool off and relax. The water is warm but to be expected.
The park is absolutely gorgeous. The canyons were simply magnificent, specially, during sunrise and sunset. By all means, stay inside the park because the accommodations are very good. Just make sure you bring your own food if you can. Their food is simply crappy, practically inedible.
Accessibility to the national park was great and because of that you will have to pay. This is the only place available unless you camp. Food is mediocre and very expensive. Stayed in the 900 building and it is in need of some major updates. Deck appears to be unsafe and rotting. Cost does not live up to the accommodations.
We love Death Valley for biking, hiking, and exploring. Scotty's Castle tour was our main reason for visiting again. We decided to stay in the new cottages this visit, the Inn was fully booked. See, Death Valley Natural History Association. DVNHA. Org
Death Valley National Park presents many unique landscapes that have been sculped by the forces of nature over many centuries. It is a geologist's heaven. The areas of the park easily accessible by paved roads provide breathtaking vistas as well as insights into the eventful geological history of the area that has resulted in prehistoric water bodies including those that have dried up to form salt flats, varied rock formations, ancient craters, and the varied flora. They also shed light on the interaction of humans with various elements of the area. There are miles of unpaved roads and hiking trails to explore more of what the park has to offer. The night sky is a feast for star gazers. There are not too many dining options within the park outside of the restaurants in the established areas of the park. These restaurants offer a limited menu. There are also grab-and-go options located in merchandise and convenience stores located in such established areas.