You can travel greater distances, but no place will take you further away …
An apt description for The Furnace Creek Resort located in Death Valley National Park, approximately 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (an easy two-hour drive), and 285 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. The resort is surrounded by the beauty and mystery of Death Valley, once home to the Pacific Coast Borax Company and 20-mule teams made famous by the 1950’s television program Death Valley Days. To best accommodate all travelers, The Furnace Creek Resort provides guests with two choices for lodging:
The Inn at Furnace Creek
The jewel of Death Valley National Park, the AAA Four Diamond-rated Inn offers its guests luxury and timeless elegance. Buttressed up against the mountainside, the Inn has 66 rooms including suites.
The Ranch at Furnace Creek
The Ranch provides guests with charming and comfortable accommodations in a family-type setting. Situated around the 18-hole golf course, the Ranch, with its 224 rooms is also home to a General Store, the Borax Museum, Restaurants, a Saloon and much more.
If you are working on a story about Furnace Creek, Death Valley or Xanterra Parks & Resorts and would like more information or need high resolution photos or additional images, please contact our media representative.
Media Representative Contact Information
For assistance with media visits, filming on property, fact-checking and general image and information requests, please contact:
René A. Mack
Phone: (800) 707-9190 x801
For on-property assistance, sales information and Xanterra brand inquiries, please contact:
Furnace Creek Resort
Resort Mailing Address:
Furnace Creek Resort
PO Box 187, Death Valley, California 92328
Highway 190, Death Valley, CA 92328
Phone: (760) 786-2345
Fax: (760) 786-2514
Xanterra Corporate Offices:
6312 S Fiddlers Green Circle 600N
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: (303) 600-3400
Fax: (303) 600-3600
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