The Inn at Death Valley

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• Discover the Spanish Mission-style façade of The Inn at Death Valley. Admire the red tile roof and stucco walls of this elegant resort, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located in the largest national park in the continental United States. The Pacific Coast Borax Company constructed this historic hotel in 1927 to save the company’s Death Valley Railroad after the borax business slowed.

• Discover the historic accommodations of The Inn at Death Valley. Enjoy desert vistas, Oasis Garden, or Panamint Mountain views from the Main Tower or the Terrace Level overlooking the pool, enjoy desert views from a Pool Bungalow, or stay in a luxurious private Casita. Many Hollywood stars rode the train to this desert getaway during the Golden Age of Hollywood.

• Discover Zabriske Point just moments away from the location. This popular site affords for some of the finest views of Death Valley National Park in the entire area.
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