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Ranch at Furnace Creek

Een familie accommodatie, gelegen in een oase midden in de illustere, adembenemende Death Valley.

Vanaf € 87,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info


Over Ranch at Furnace Creek

Kleurrijke rotspartijen worden afgewisseld door enkele afgelegen groene oases, terwijl de lucht in de zomermaanden trilt van de hitte in Death Valley, een desolate, maar vooral mooie en imponerende woestijnvallei. Midden in de vallei ligt de Furnace Creek Ranch. De kamers hier zijn comfortabel ingericht en beschikken over airco en een badkamer met bad/douche. De accommodatie beschikt over diverse faciliteiten, waaronder een zwembad, tennisbaan, een speeltuin, enkele restaurants en een 18-holes golfcourse. U kunt tevens (tegen betaling) paardrijden. Aangezien er niet veel accommodaties in Death Valley zijn is de Furnace Creek Ranch snel volgeboekt, wees er dus vroeg bij!


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Ranch at Furnace Creek
Death Valley National Park
v.a. € 87 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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: Deze kamers zijn voorzien van airco, televisie, telefoon, koelkastje en compleet ingerichte badkamer.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Gift shop
• Parkeergelegenheid


• Pilates en yoga lessen
• Fietsen
• Wandelen
• Golf

Death Valley, in de staat Californië, maakt deel uit van de Great Basin en de Mojavewoestijn. In het Death Valley National Park zijn naast woestijn ook zoutvlakten, rotsformaties, canyons, zandduinen en bergen te bezoeken.

"Filthy rooms, unedible food at the ranch"

We stayed at the Ranch for 3 nights. It is filthy from head to toe and I am not going to blame housekeeping. I watched housekeeping clean the room and they were doing their best. but The management here is clearly at fault and the workers should not be blamed. When I say dirty, I mean the walls and carpets are so filthy, you don't want your suitcase to touch them. The rooms need a total deep clean. The management must not ever repaint or replace anything. The price is outrageous for what you get. The rooms are likened to cheap flop houses with smelly carpets and horrible old smelly drapes. They have no washcloths or hand towels only big towels. I have never heard of that before, really bizarre. The poor housekeeping people are so nice but they have nothing to work with. I watched the staff having to rip up one of those big towels just so the can have something to clean with.The wifi is horrible, just don't even count on it working. The electronic key cards to the doors kept malfunctioning and locking us out. We had to keep running back to the registration desk to get new cards. It's really a shame, I could see a sweet potential here. With a few dollars to update and some normal maintenance this whole ranch could be adorable. It has good bones and has unique charm. The room had a nice wall mounted tv and a decent ceiling fan, the rooms are a nice size, the grounds are nice, beds are alright (sans in dire need of new bedding) and there are really, really beautiful views. Oh I almost forgot a really important thing... you may starve here. OMG, do not eat at the buffet. I had lunch there and my stomach is still nauseous several hours later. I could have easily forgiven the high price, if the food was good. It was disgusting The grill was so dirty with build up the whole placed has this nasty smell. The booths were all torn up and held together with duct tape, Oh I almost forgot, the food had a peculiar taste to it. At first, I couldn't figure it out but then it came to me...the food tasted like the place smelled. After hours of trying to forget the smell and the fact that I ate there, I still was queasy. I went to the General Store figuring I could find some nutrition there. I found they has plenty of supplies but it was all absurdly overpriced. I felt so used and taken advantage of. Example: a small jar of regular store brand peanut butter usually costing $1.89- $2.50 was about $7.00. I bought some fresh salsa, the lone item priced decently. only to find it tasted so horrible it was un-edible. Bought a small container of cottage cheese for $6.00, took one bite and it was thrown out immediately. The date was fine but the product was rancid. I spent 3 days eating yogurt and sunflower seeds. I will never come back to this place again and advise you to stay elsewhere. One last remark, the reviews were all over the place and I could not understand why until it was too late. They have 2 properties the ranch and the inn. The good write ups were for the inn. It may be nice. The ranch is as I described.

"Ideal location to explore southern Death Valley"

Furnace Creek Ranch and The Inn at Furnace Creek are 2 different accommodations and should really be listed separately. We stayed in the Furnace Creek Ranch for 2 nights and loved the place. The rooms are not fancy but just a place to freshen up and get your head down at night. The rocking chairs on the porch were great. Ate at the restaurant on site, large portions of good basic food. Would I recommend this hotel to friends and family? Definitely yes.

"Great views, meh rooms"

Beautiful location and grounds, but room was a big disappointment given the cost. Stain on carpet, grungy shower curtain and a general run down feeling. One lonely, thredbare robe hung in the closet. At almost $400 night, we expected more. Breakfast in restaurant was delightful with a fabulous view. Despite disappointment about room, Death Valley is a magical place.

"Oasis In The Desert"

Touring Death Valley is best done in the spring or fall when temps are relatively low (mid to high 80s), the summertime haze is missing in the clear blue sky and the brilliant sun lights up the desert .After a day of enjoying the park, we checked in easily at the Ranch at Furnace Creek. It is really family friendly, with lots of historic stuff to see and explore. There is a decent restaurant, very casual, and a great general store. Best of all, there are plenty of firepits and chairs to sit back and enjoy the magnificent night sky. The Inn is higher up and has terrific views but is more expensive. The four of us opted to stay at the Ranch and dine at the Inn which, though also more expensive, has an excellent restaurant -- white table cloth, crystal, nice wine list and a well trained staff. We felt like we experienced the best of both locations.

"Death Valley Hotel"

We stayed at the Inn November 2016. The room was somewhat dated but very clean. The pool was great, 87 degrees and crystal clear. The location is ideal and it is the nicest place to stay in Death Valley. The restaurant ambiance and setting is very nice. For Breakfast we had oatmeal and an omelette. Both were good. Dinner was a bit pricey and disappointing. We had a Marsala pasta dish that tasted only of heavy cream. The Pasta Pesto dish was equally unimpressive. There are few dining options in Death Valley and the Inn;s restaurant was one of the better ones.

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