California State Highway 190 may be one of the loneliest roads in the country, running through Death Valley. One of the coolest rest stops on the planet is The Oasis at Death Valley.

Originally built in 1927, the historic, four-diamond mission-style Inn at Death Valley reopened at the end of 2018 after a major $250 million dollar restoration. The property features 66 elegantly updated rooms, renovated fine dining restaurant and cocktail lounge, new Tranquility Spa, verandas with sweeping views of Death Valley and the Panamint Mountains, opulent gardens, and a stunning spring-fed pool (naturally at 87 degrees) bordered by a new pool café and numerous cabanas. Twenty-two private, one-bedroom casitas were added, providing a new level of guest accommodations to the resort. In addition, the new Mission Gardens offers a stunning space for quiet reflection or the perfect location for a wedding or other special event. The entire property is now adorned with amazing Western art, and the outdoor terraces are properly shaded and furnished to provide a true inside/outside experience.

The family-friendly sister property on the resort, The Ranch at Death Valley featuring 195 guest rooms and 80 one-bedroom cottages perfect for families and golfers alike, emerged after extensive renovations including the transformation into a mission-style town square, complete with a courtyard that elegantly welcome guests into a streamlined reception area. New retail and food and beverage facilities, including an old-time soda fountain and ice cream parlor, the 1849 Restaurant featuring breakfast, lunch and dinner, and The Last Kind Words Saloon – the heartbeat of the property – creates a central hub for entertainment and socialization.

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