The New Winter Hot Spot in the US: Sun, Warmth & No Rain Almost a Given
The Oasis at Death Valley is Fresh Off of a $100 Million Renaissance
Winter cabin fever? Need a warm weather escape? Want to stay in the US? Do something different and fun?
Well, there’s a new destination to be discovered that is two hours from Las Vegas, four from Los Angeles and it’s toasty, sees almost no rain, has abundant sunshine, pristine waters, lush gardens, date palm groves and boasts more to do than you can imagine.
It’s The Oasis at Death Valley (formerly Furnace Creek Resort), a rare true American oasis in the middle of the 3 million acres of Death Valley National Park. Known to the Hollywood elite and savvy travelers since the late 1920s, this unique resort just completed a $100 million renaissance.
It’s also one of the best-kept secrets as a U.S. hot spot. Check the list:
- It’s very sunny.
- The water (large natural spring-fed pools) is always 85 degrees.
- It’s wonderfully warm (average high is 73 in February, 82 degrees in March, 90 in April).
- Rain is rare. It’s a desert. (February .15 inches/March .30 inches and April .12 inches)
- It’s one of the only sanctioned Dark Skies in the U.S., where you can see the Milky Way with the naked eye.
- It has a USGA golf course (the lowest on Earth).
- It’s a great outdoor destination (bike, horseback, Jeep tours, photography, ghost towns, hiking trails, ghost towns, etc.).
- There is almost no humidity.
- It’s not crowded – a vacationer’s hidden gem only two hours from Las Vegas and four hours from LA and a spectacular drive in both directions.
- Its historical, beautiful and home to some of the original Star Wars locations, filmed down the road (bring your costumes for 2019 holiday cards).
- Clark Gable, Ronald Reagan, George Lucas, they have all been here.
- The Inn is from the 1920s and the property just received a $100 million renaissance
- It has restaurants, a general store, saloon, spa treatments, private casitas, family-style accommodations, large open grass lawns and gardens to play and wonder in.
There is no doubt that just as the Native Americans, the ‘49ers of the California Gold Rush, the legendary Borax 20 Mule Teams and Hollywood all discovered the true American oasis in Death Valley, so will the 21st-century vacationer looking for something truly authentic and experiential.
For additional information, call 760-786-2345 or visit www.oasisatdeathvalley.com.