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The Ranch At Death Valley
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Nice place to stay in Death Valley
User: Andrew_Criag from: Russell, Ontario, Canada
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We stayed here on a recent trip from Yosemite to Las Vegas. It was pretty much the only spot along our way through Death Valley to stay. The restaurant was very nice and we enjoyed a good steak dinner. Rooms are okay and most importantly had A/C (But it was a bit noisy and did wake us up whenever it started up). There was a pool and some relaxation areas on the property but it was too hot outside to enjoy them and we were only here for a spot to grab some sleep. Overall pretty good though and they have some good souvenirs in the gift shop.
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it is okay place to stay
User: Robert H from: Watsonville, California
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Jun, 16, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
I made sure I did not show up early and checked in at 4:15pm( 4pm check in). The process was smooth and easy. My room was in the 700 section and was ready for me to move in. But, the rest of the rooms were not so it was total chaos as the service people were still cleaning. I had to dodge the vacuum cleaners and service carts in the hallway. The room was clean but it was showing some wear. The Wifi was slow but it was free. The 700 building is two stories tall with no elevators. This is a cheaper option vs staying at the Oasis.

A good place to stay, but rather poor value for money
User: Theofiel from: Brussels, Belgium
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 13, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
The advantage of staying there, even for one night, is the perfect location. One stays in the middle of one of the most exiting places we have visited so far. It is good place to witness the sunrise at Zabriski Point (less than 10 mins drive). Very close to Badwater, Artist Drive and even Dantes View. The place is ideal to start the hiking tours (Golden Canyon is a good example) early in the morning, before the heat kills. The hotel is old, even a bit worn and expensve. But the most important is the location.
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Great place to stay
User: honest_reliable from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 12, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
After booking but before arriving, we read some of the 1* reviews that talk about cockroaches and bed bugs. Our own experience is one of a fine clean room with all the usual facilities and beautiful surroundings. The site has more to offer than usual with a rocking chair outside our room's french door, a huge pool, seating beneath trees or under pergolas around the pool to give some shade. There's a small children's play area and even some railroad memorabilia including a steam train to take a look at. The staff here are very attentive and polite. The restaurant staff are the fastest moving hardest working I've seen. The food portions are huge (don't order an appetizer without at least one other to share it with !). The steak course was beautifully cooked and presented. If we were making a suggestion for improvement, the WiFi could do with upgrading. It's restricted to 2 devices per room and it's slow. Overall, we had a great stay and were well looked after.

Great base for Death Valley exploring
User: Jeutie from: Heule, Belgium
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 12, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We stayed at the Ranch for just one night. Our room was clean and the bed was comfortable. Food was a tad expensive (so was fuel in the nearby station). Staff were all very friendly. Did not get to enjoy the pool nor the golf course due to lack of time. Very beautiful place. Would stay again.
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