The Oasis at Death Valley, formerly known as Furnace Creek Resort, is North America’s only authentic desert oasis. One of Death Valley’s best-kept secrets is being completely reinvigorated by a well-deserved multi-million restoration and renovation bringing new life and energy to this historical property.
All facets of the resort are receiving an update with the classic gem of park, The four-diamond Inn at Death Valley, being adorned with a complete interior re-design featuring a new lobby, bar and dining room, and enhance landscaping, yet retaining its classic mission California-style. The Inn’s make-over also includes refurbishments to all guest rooms, and 22 new casitas are being added around the famed gardens. The vintage pool, with its signature stone work, will add cabanas and a new spa, as well as a new pool bar.
The Ranch at Death Valley is having a completely new Town Square erected, replacing the former resort center. The new heart of The Ranch will be constructed in a complementary mission California style to its sister hotel, The Inn. The Town Square will include a new guest registration area, a new restaurant, retail shopping area, and The Last Kind Words Saloon – the Ranch’s new signature entertainment space.
The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley, the lowest elevation golf course in the world, has also been updated and offers golfers the opportunity to challenge themselves while playing their “lowest” round of golf — guaranteed. The course has added more desert landscaping and new contours to make the course more water efficient. The 19th hole continues to serve patrons via its unique golf cart drive-thru, which is a must-do for every guest, as is their world-famous hamburger.
Throughout the project, we will reveal the status of different parts of the revitalization on this page. We hope that you are as excited as we are about injecting even more life into The Oasis at Death Valley!
The renovations and modernization taking place at The Oasis at Death Valley in California represent a unique challenge. Learn about the scale of the project.Learn More
Open to the desert skies and surrounding mountains, the new Mission Gardens are enclosed by Spanish-style, white-washed adobe walls that feature decorative details crafted from Mojave Desert stones - perfect for events, like weddings.Learn More
The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley is now water neutral and features more native foliage and lined water holes that are highly sensitive to and respectful of the environment.Learn More