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Reviewed 13 December 2015 via mobile

Visited in 2012, our cabin was shared with another person but the rooms were split. The night went very smoothly and peacefully, and the breakfast buffet in the morning across the parking lot was great. You had to pay for the buffet before you actually ate, though. Overall it was a very nice stay for a night before we traveled over to death valley for the day :)

Date of stay: December 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Emily L
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Reviewed 13 December 2015

Sinks were leaking and the room were quite old. The curtain in the bathroom smelled like mold. I understand it's Death Valley and shouldn't expect a resort, but then it should also be priced accordingly.

Room tip: A spartan but acceptable accommodation for a night in Death Valley
Date of stay: December 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank albertostoc
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Reviewed 13 December 2015

We stayed at the Ranch (in one of the duplex cabins) for two nights and found the room to be basic but clean and well located to visit/hike in the park. You have to realize that there are few other options if you want the convenience of staying inside Death Valley and the cost at the nearby Furnace Creek Inn was prohibitive. The setting is beautiful and the park interpretation center is an easy walk up the road.

If you have stayed in the motel rooms at Yosemite or the Grand Canyon North Rim you will find these to be similar i.e. nothing special, rather expensive but comfortable, close to the main attractions and worth the cost in order to maximize your time in the park.

We ate in three of the four on-site restaurants and found the food to be average at best. The buffet breakfast probably had the best overall quality/value. The general store is handy and well-stocked and offers an alternative if you only need a snack or lunch supplies.

Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Michael109_13
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Reviewed 11 December 2015

We stayed in this hotel whilst we were travelling through Death Valley. When we arrived at the ranch it looked quite dated like something from an old western movie. However, the staff were really friendly, the room was basic but clean and the location was amazing. We went in the spring water pool and had a great dinner in the restaurant. In the evening we sat in rocking chairs on our balcony and watched the stars (which were incredible out in the middle of nowhere).

I would stay here again if I needed a stopover when travelling through Death Valley.

Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank hannahbY4190BR
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Reviewed 11 December 2015

FIRST, do not confuse Furnace Creek Ranch with Furnace Creek Inn. Xanterra operates both and is happy to book you at the much more expensive Inn rather than to let you know there's a much cheaper and I think better option nearby at the Ranch. (Note: some of the other Reviews here do confuse them.) Thee Inn (a spa) may be $400-500 a night, The Ranch is $150.
SECOND, Death Valley is the hottest spot on earth in the summer (when the Inn is closed but the Ranch open). Plus they are many miles from suppliers and they have to provide housing for the large staff they have (two hours from Las Vegas). They have a large facility trying to accommodate and please all. "Ranch" may be misleading. No cattle here. It's a large Oasis. There are many regulars who keep coming back.
I've been here five times, usually in Spring. my latest trip, Dec 6-9, 2015, was the best. Good weather, few others. They have long rows of motel like rooms in back with small patios opening on lawn, close to the large swimming pool, fed by warm spring water. This time we stayed in the cabins closer to the front. I prefer the cabins. Clean, up to date, comfortable, and parking close.The general store has about everything for campers, RVers, and tourists driving through, sandwiches to go. Beer and liquor. At the breakfast spot we split Eggs Benedict, $15. At the Steakhouse he had ribs and salmon, both pretty good, about $24 each. Steaks priced up to $60. Good salad bar. Adequate wine list.
The staff are all very friendly and helpful. They have expanded the little Borax museum on site with lots of interesting old mining machinery in the yard. I believe you can use the nice pool even if not staying there. Check at desk.
There's a huge asphalt parking lot across the street for RVs, etc.
DV can be a vacation favorite. Cheap flights to Vegas, cheap 4WD car rental, 2 hrs to DV.

Room tip: Having stayed in both, we prefer the cabins to the other more motel like rows of rooms.
Date of stay: December 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank arntrip
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