California | Death Valley

Over 130 miles long and 12 miles wide, the baron desert and rocky ridge landscape of Death Valley sits on the east side of the Sierra Mountains. Funeral Mountains, Coffin Peak, Hell’s Gate, Starvation Canyon and Dead Man Pass are just some of the illuminating features of Death Valley National Park. Named to reflect the troubles and misfortunes of the pioneers who mined, travelled and lived in the area during the end of the last century, today the haunting names contradict this place of exquisite beauty. See the colourful rocks, a diverse range of wildlife and relics from a hundred and fifty year history that gives an insight into the harsh life of the early settlers.


The Inn at Furnace Creek

Death Valley

first class


Nestled against the Funeral Mountains of Death Valley and overlooking the desert salt pans and majestic Panamint Mountains. The Inn offers 66 classically decorated guestrooms and suites, all of which feature air-conditioning, televisions, refrigerators and terry robes. The Dining Room offers fine dining in one of the world's most remote settings, and the Inn's swimming pool, tennis courts and oasis gardens provide relaxation and entertainment. The Inn is closed between May 11th and October 9th 2014, during which period we recommend its sister property, Furnace Creek Ranch.


From £119 per person per night based on twin occupancy of a Standard room. Other room categories available on request.

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