All The Oasis at Death Valley operations are being suspended through Sunday, June 14, 2020 due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus). We will keep information updated on this page. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and are currently taking reservations for Monday, June 15 and beyond. You can still make your vacation a reality this year – book in the summer, fall or winter now. Death Valley National Park is a timeless beauty, and you can still make time to experience this magnificent destination this year.
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.
Stroll among lush date palms, float the day away in one of our spring-fed pools, or disappear into the exhilarating landscape of one of America’s largest national parks, and still return in time for a memorable dinner – and a sunset you’ll never forget. Only here will you find a one-of-a-kind resort, within a one-of-a-kind oasis, within a one-of-a-kind national park, sure to give you once-in-a-lifetime memories. Welcome to the Oasis at Death Valley – North America’s only true desert oasis.
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Welcome to the new and improved Ranch at Death Valley. The 224-room 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. You’ll find a new restaurant, ice cream and coffee bar, a general store with souvenirs as well as groceries, and you can have drinks and dinner in the must-see Last Kind Words Saloon – straight out of a western movie.
The Inn - Completely Revitalized
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. A true American oasis, the classic mission-style hotel features rooms looking out to flowered gardens surrounded by palm trees, 22 brand new private casitas, historic spring-fed swimming pool, an intimate dining room and bar, and a classic lobby with old California charm.
The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley
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.
Located in the shadow of the Oasis Gardens’ date palms, the Inn’s Casitas offer unparalleled privacy and luxury within easy walking distance of the Inn pool. Each spacious Casita is over 600 square feet comes with a complimentary golf cart for guests to use to get around the property (cars cannot get down to these rooms) as well as room options with either 1 King bed or 2 Queen beds.
A Land of Beautiful Contrasts
Death Valley – its name doesn’t immediately conjure visions of a lively holiday. And you’ve heard: It’s the lowest, driest, hottest place on earth. All true. But here, in one of the world’s most dramatic desert landscapes – a place of shifting sand dunes, multi-hued rock formations, and hidden canyons – you’ll wake before dawn to watch the rugged mountains turn pink with the sunrise. Then, come nightfall, you’ll marvel at star-filled skies as the desert wind rustles the palms. And you’ll wonder why it took so long to find your way here.
The Oasis at Death Valley is situated in a lush oasis surrounded by the vast and arid desert of Death Valley National Park, California – just 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada and 275 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. Learn more.