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The Inn at Death Valley – Inside the Park
Great for couples
4 out of 5
Highway 190, Death Valley, CA
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4.3/5Excellent! (470 reviews)
Couples like: onsite spa services, bar
Travelers say...

"Strikingly beautiful, dramatically so outside. True old fashioned elegance. Nice touches, like a tunnel from handicapped parking, check-in and dining on third floor, excellent art of western motif many walls. Didn't like? Only small stuff, like only three coat hangers in closet, insufficient table ..."…"

Reviewed on Mar 21, 2020

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Romantic Hotels and Accommodations in Death Valley

Are you in need of a romantic vacation? Couples choose Death Valley for its top-notch restaurants and hiking. During your trip, you might head to Aguereberry Point, Eureka Mine, or Death Valley National Park to get in some quality time exploring the sights with your significant other.

Whether you want to lounge around in luxurious bedding or watch the sunset from your balcony, you'll be sure to find accommodation in Death Valley to make for the perfect couples’ getaway.

Guests like this accommodation for its romantic atmosphere:

The Inn at Death Valley – Inside the Park: This 3.5-star hotel offers massages, an outdoor pool, and a restaurant. Our guests appreciate its comfortable beds and pool.

When is the Best Time to Visit Death Valley?

Weather can be an important factor for your romantic getaway, so we've collected rainfall and seasonal temperature info to help you pick the best travel dates:

  • Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 115°F
  • Coldest months: December, January, November, and February, with an average temperature of 40°F
  • Driest months: December, March, January, and February, with an average rainfall of 0.18 inches
  • Rainiest months: February, January, March, and December, with an average rainfall of 0.18 inches

Sightseeing in and Around Death Valley

There's nothing better than experiencing a new place with your sweetheart, so consider checking out all that Death Valley has to offer. Couples looking for a little of everything will enjoy Death Valley for its restaurants, cafés, and hiking. If you want to spend a day exploring, you might consider a stop at Aguereberry Point, Eureka Mine, or Death Valley National Park.

Travelers also like Death Valley for its:
  • Riverfront
  • Tours
  • Sightseeing

Frequently asked questions

Searching for romantic hotels in Death Valley?
If you and your partner need a romantic escape, we’ve got just the ticket. Couples choose Death Valley for its natural beauty and restaurants. If you want to get outside and explore the captivating natural surroundings with your significant other, you might make a stop by Death Valley National Park or Furnace Creek Visitor Center. Whether you’d like to lounge around in luxurious bedding or have a romantic dinner by candlelight, you’ll be sure to find accommodation in Death Valley to make for a relaxing weekend away.
What's the best hotel for a couple going to Death Valley?
The Inn at Death Valley – Inside the Park is a favorite 4-star hotel for couples, and features an outdoor pool and a restaurant.
What's the weather like in Death Valley?
The hottest months are usually July and August with an average temp of 97°F, while the coldest months are December and January with an average of 57°F. Average annual rainfall for Death Valley is 2 inches.
What is there to do in Death Valley?
There’s nothing better than seeing a new destination with your sweetheart, so consider taking time to discover all there is to see and do in Death Valley. Couples looking for a little of everything will enjoy Death Valley for its restaurants, hiking, and riverfront. Death Valley National Park, Furnace Creek Visitor Center, and Charcoal Kilns are worth a stop when you’re out and about.

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