Death Valley National Park Hotels

The Inn at Furnace Creek

  • Fodor's Choice


  • Refined
  • Comfortable
  • Great views


  • A far cry from roughing it
  • Expensive

Published 01/27/2016

Fodor's Review

Built in 1927, this adobe-brick-and-stone lodge nestled in one of the park's greenest oases is Death Valley's most luxurious accommodation, going so far as to have valet parking. A warm mineral stream gurgles across the property, and its 85°F waters feed into a swimming pool. The rooms are decorated in earth tones, with tasteful furnishings. The top-notch Inn at Furnace Creek Dining Room serves desert-theme dishes such as High Sierra Nevada pasta, as well as less exotic fare like sunset flatbread, lamb, and rib-eye steaks. Afternoon tea has been a tradition since 1927.

Hotel Information


Furnace Creek Village, near intersection of Hwy. 190 and Badwater Rd., Death Valley, California, USA



Hotel Details:

  • Closed mid-May–mid-July and Sept.–mid-Oct.
  • 66 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 01/27/2016

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