"Furnace Creek Inn" Top 5 Page for this destination Death Valley National Park Hotel Tip by annk
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A 4 diamond resort listed in the Register of Historic Hotels. It was built in 1927 by the Pacific Borax Company. Very pricey and rates range from $240-$370 a night depending on view and time of year. Rooms are nice but wouldn't consider them to be of 4 diamond caliber.
A very good restaurant & lounge are on the premises. There is also a gift shop and spa services available.
Unique Qualities: A beautiful, historic hotel that blends into the desert surrounding. Adobe bricks used in the construction of the hotel were created on site by Native Americans.
Views from the lobby, balcony and some guest rooms are excellent.
The pool is fed by natural hot springs and is a constant 82 F. No chemicals are used so the pool is drained a re-filled every other day. Two fireplaces on either side of the pool are lit at night.
A palm oasis and garden exist in the center of the property.
Worth a visit even if not staying at the Inn.
Address: P.O. Box 1, Death Valley, CA
Comparison: most expensive
Directions: About a mile from the Furnace Creek Resort area.
Phone: (760) 786-2345
Price: US$180 and up
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