The Inn at Death Valley

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Presidential

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Art

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Tours

Memorabilia

Memorabilia

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Gardens

In 1927, the Furnace Creek Inn—now The Inn at Death Valley—was built by the Pacific Coast Borax Company as a means to save their newly built Death Valley Railroad. The inn was designed by prominent Los Angeles-based architect Albert C. Martin and landscape architect Daniel Hull. Today, The Inn at Death Valley, remains an elegant hideaway after almost a century. A reputed AAA Four Diamond resort, this brilliant holiday destination is open from mid-October to mid-May. Guests can experience fine dining in one of the world’s most remote settings, relax by a spring-fed pool, stroll through spectacular palm gardens, and play a round on a golf course that is a record 214 feet below sea level.

Location Map

Spend a day exploring Zabriskie Point, the Artist’s Palette, and the Harmony Borax Works in the surrounding Death Valley National Park.

Discover

Discover the Spanish Mission style-façade of The Inn at Death Valley.

Explore

Explore Death Valley National Park, the largest national park in the continental United States.

Experience

Experience a round of golf at the Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley, the lowest elevation golf course in the world.

Taste

Taste classic California cuisine that features unique regional flavors in The Inn Dining Room.

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