There are several lodging options within the boundaries of Death Valley National Park. The Furnace Creek Inn is the most luxurious, a 1930s-style resort set against towering mountains. Restaurants, a golf course, massages, and other resort amenities are improbably found here near the hottest spot in the country. The more rustic Furnace Creek Ranch nearby has less fancy accoutrements.
Other lodging options in the park include Stove Pipe Wells Village and the Panamint Springs Resort. If the accommodations within the park are full, which can often happen during the pleasant months of winter and spring, neighboring towns on both sides of the park, such as Pahrump, Nevada, also offer rooms.
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