Death Valley National Park may seem like a spot that has quite the fast hold on eternity. It is a truly timeless stretch of desert beauty, and standing at Devil's Cornfield or Zabriskie Point can make a person feel as though it could be thousands of years in the past or future.
And yet life and change do come to the great expanse, the largest national park in the lower 48 states. Keane Wonder Mine recently reopened after a nearly-decade-long closure, the pupfish are back for their spring mating season, and construction and restoration continues at Dante's View and Scotty's Castle. And on Feb. 1, 2018, exactly 91 years after it first opened as The Inn at Furnace Creek, The Inn at Death Valley returned, too, following an extensive renovation. Take a peek around the exquisite property now, which offers guests a luxe experience in the beautifully lunar location.