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Death Valley National Park is one of the most unique places on the planet. A land of surprising contrasts; some would say inhospitable. We beg to differ – come discover a real oasis – in the middle of nowhere you’d rather be.Explore
The Oasis has been completely reinvigorated with an extensive top-to-bottom renovation. Established in the 1920s and re-established in the past couple years.Stay at The Oasis
Travel Advisory: The Oasis at Death Valley is now open with certain limitations on in-person dining in accordance with current state requirements.
The General Store hours will be 8am to 8pm. The Pro Shop hours of operation will be 8am to 4pm Friday – Sunday and 8am to 2pm Monday – Thursday. The Service Station window hours will be 10am to 4pm Thursday-Monday for gas and propane. The gas pumps will be in operation 24/7.
Complimentary coffee will be served from the Coffee & Cream from 6:30am to 10am Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and at the Last Kind Words Saloon from 6:30am to 10am Monday-Thursday. Take out dining options can be found at The Last Kind Words Saloon, the 19th Hole, Coffee & Cream (Friday-Sunday only), and The Inn Dining Room. In-person dining is not allowed at this time in accordance with state mandates.
You don’t come to Death Valley because abundant life flourishes here. Which is exactly why an oasis in the middle of it is so special. Only here can you enjoy two distinct hotel experiences that have undergone a $100 million renaissance – the historic, serene, and peaceful Four Diamond Inn at Death Valley and the family-friendly, adventure-focused Ranch at Death Valley – the energetic epicenter of this True American Oasis. Surrounded by the largest national park in the lower 48 with 3.4 million acres to explore.
The Four-Diamond Inn at Death Valley
An elegant hideaway since 1927, the historic Inn at Death Valley is a AAA-rated four-diamond resort that still pampers every guest. Set against the hillside, the exclusive and private resort looks out over the valley toward the Panamint Mountains. Natural springs run right through the hotel and lush palm trees and flowering bougainvillea adorn the grounds. Completely renovated, The Inn features brand new casitas, a spring-fed pool, and classic California-desert style.
The Ranch at Death Valley
Welcome to the new and improved Ranch at Death Valley. The sprawling, 3-diamond hotel has been part of a $100 million renaissance and is the energetic center of activity in Death Valley. Set along Highway 190 next to the National Park Service Visitor Center, you can enjoy a classic town square with towering date palms and mission California architecture. There’s lots of room to spread out with huge lawns set along an 18-hole golf course – the lowest elevation course in the world, a natural spring-fed pool to help keep cool, and rooms with exterior entrances and private patios. Plus, there are great to-go food options to help you enjoy your stay as you set out for adventure in Death Valley National Park.
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Health & Safety
We’re taking steps to create a safe environment for our guests and employees.Learn More
The resort has two spring-fed pools, perfect for relaxing as it keeps a consistent 85 degrees year-round. We’re careful with every drop of precious water that flows through the resort.Learn More
Privacy and Space
All our rooms at The Ranch have a private, outdoor patio. Deluxe rooms offer private parking and exterior entrances.Learn More
As part of our $100-million renovation, all rooms at The Inn and The Ranch were updated in 2019.Learn More
A Park-Like Setting
The Ranch has a sprawling park-like setting, including an 18-hole golf course – the lowest elevation course in the world! Plenty of room to spread out on property.Learn More
One Incredible Destination. Two Unique Hotels.
The Inn at Death Valley
An elegant hideaway since 1927, the historic Inn at Death Valley is a AAA-rated four-diamond resort that still pampers every guest. The serene 88-room hotel is perched against the mountains overlooking the valley with a natural spring running through the property.Explore
The Furnace Creek Golf Course
Golf at the lowest elevation course in the world. Experience one of Golf Digest’s “America’s 50 Toughest Courses.” At 214 feet below sea level, we can confidently guarantee you will play your lowest round ever.Explore
In the Middle of Death Valley
Our backyard encompasses 3.4 million acres in one of the most unique settings in the world. From the lowest point in North America at -282 feet at Badwater to over 11,000 feet elevation at Telescope Peak, there is so much to explore. With this much space, our guests have been practicing distancing for decades.Explore
A $100-Million Renaissance
A new chapter has begun in Death Valley. The property was built in the 1920s and re-built in the past couple years extending our proud heritage of hospitality in one of the most inhospitable locations, according to some. We love our beautiful contrast to the surrounding desert wilderness.Explore
The Ranch at Death Valley
The energetic center of activity in Death Valley. Set along Highway 190 next to the National Park Service Visitor Center and our Furnace Creek Golf Course, you can enjoy a classic town square with towering date palms and mission California architecture. The hotel has been completely renovated featuring all new guest rooms.Explore
Find resources for how to get to Death Valley National Park with maps.Death Valley Location
Road Trip from LA
Here’s our suggested itinerary for a great getaway from LA to Death Valley.Road Trip From LA
National Park Service
Find out the latest news and conditions of the park from the official source.
Check out the road trip resource to Death Valley from visitcalifornia.com.
Road Trip from San Francisco
There is so much amazing scenery to see from the Bay Area. Here’s our suggested itinerary.Road Trip From The Bay