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Lodging Discounts Available At Furnace Creek at Death Valley National Park


Not all of Death Valley National Park is a desert. The grounds around the Furnace Creek Inn almost feel tropical, thanks to the date palms and the manicured grounds. Kurt Repanshek photo.

Got time for a mid-winter break? Over 60? Then the folks at Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch in Death Valley National Park have a slight break on lodging to offer you.

For a one-night stay any day of the week, seniors receive a 10 percent discount off the room rate at both the Furnace Creek Inn and Furnace Creek Ranch. For two-night stays, the discount increases to 20 percent for the room for both nights, and three or more nights will result in a 30 percent discount off the room.

Cabin units at the Furnace Creek Ranch are not included. Some other restrictions and blackout dates apply, and this offer cannot be combined with other offers.

“We appreciate all of our guests of course, but we think our young-at-heart guests over the age of 60 deserve a special benefit just because of their longevity,” says Phil Dickinson, director of sales & marketing for the Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch Resort. “This is especially a wonderful getaway destination for people who like their vacations to be a little of everything – physical activity, relaxation, sightseeing and outstanding food.”

If this sounds attractive to you, you can take advantage of this discount at this site. Look for the "Special Promotions" link. Or you can call 1-800-236-7916 or 1-303-297-2757.


Beginning Monday, I will be ensconced at Furnace Creek Inn for three nights, enjoying my thirty percent discount. Being a certified Olde Pharte has its distinct advantages. Will there be a turn-down service and a mint on my pillow?

Bob, no turn-down service, but if you're at the "inn" they do leave chocolate mints on the night-table! Be sure to check out the donut-shaped soaps they employ.

The link is not clear. Can't see any special promotions.

The last link you posted is mispelled, which sends you somewhere else.

Thanks for the heads-up on the link. I'll get our quality control folks after it.;-) It should work now.

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