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Three women stayed at the Ranch, with a rollaway. It was tight with three beds but the idea was not to spend much time in the room! The high ceilings help and the bathrooms have been renovated and looked very nice. The shower has a...More
We came back late afternoon after touring the Park to find the room had not been cleaned and the bed unmade. Their policy is to clean the rooms of the discharged guests first and stay overs second. Poor customer service...we won't be back.
We booked a deluxe room with the AARP rate for President's weekend 3 nights. The room was nicely updated, large vaulted ceiling, coffee maker, refrigerator, rocking chairs, nicely tiled bathroom and comfortable beds plus a desk and wifi. There is also a nice flat screen...More
we spent a week at the ranch and it was comfortable. we were in a ground floor deluxe room, this means it is a little bit bigger and newer than the other rooms. the rooms are expensive to start then there is a $12 resort...More
If you want to visit Death Valley, there are not many hotels options close to the Park (5 minutes from thePark where you will need to buy the ticket to visit the areas), but be aware that you should try to bring your own food....More
I think it’s mostly because folks don’t know the name of the property that they’re staying at, since the names have recently changed and appear as the Oasis at Death Valley, the Furnace Creek Inn, the Inn at Death Valley... More
I think it’s mostly because folks don’t know the name of the property that they’re staying at, since the names have recently changed and appear as the Oasis at Death Valley, the Furnace Creek Inn, the Inn at Death Valley ... The Ranch nomenclature has remained pretty steadily, but easy to get the names of the properties confused.