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Newest reviews for Biankini In Siesta

  • Trude
    August 10, 2014

    Aircondition and water

    Staff had no clue and was lacy, cheff had no clue , was foodpoisened, sunbeds dirty and everything overprised. In adotion the mainance was bad, a Hole in the bethroom wall and roof unfiniched. Pluss the restaurant was old and a little dirty and outdated. This is not a luxury resort by far,


  • Angela
      United States of America
    July 2, 2014

    You have a report already from me ...terrible hotel dirty .


  • Petr
      Czech Republic
    June 19, 2014

    There is not anything that would be a compliment. Try to avoid these bungalows.

    Pool close at 6 p.m. Restaurant close at 8 p.m. Breakfast starts at 9 a.m. At 8 a.m. start works on reconstruction. For 189 usd double really overprice even in Israel. You´ll find much better option below Massada!


  • Mercedes
      United States of America
    June 17, 2014

    The location was great, the facilities poor. Room was ok but pool showers and lockers poor, only one shower worked and the shower part did not work, so had to take shower from faucet. Restaurant closed early and ran out if food, not good for the price ($200 U.S. dollars per night, same price as better hotels half hour south.) will not stay there again. The staff was very nice.

    Restaurant, cleanliness, lack of clean and working showers/locker rooms.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    June 16, 2014

    Great position on the dead sea with a lovely private beach area. Nice design - i.e. rooms in bungalows were quiet and comfortable.

    Lack of areas for informal drinking and eating. Not enough shade around the swimming pool. Only buffet style food available at 100 nis per person is a bit over the top when you just want a snack.


  • Pablo
    March 17, 2014

    The Dead Sea is an amazing place to be in and around. We got lucky and had a great weather, even some rain (it doesn't happen so often down there...)

    At the reception (they hardly spoke english, only hebrew, arabic and french) we were asked to pay in advance, as if we would run away after the first night... they were not very friendly - as if we were bothering them with our requests (e.g. the TV set didn't work for the first two days, in spite of several visits from the 'technical' guys; in one of the rooms the blanket didn't have it's linen cover, we got only 2 instant and 2 black coffee bags per room, but they were not replentished as those were being used up... I got a new room after two days because of the TV, so I got a new full set...). With the amazing sun they have down there, the water is warmed with electricity - it is such a waste! and forget about sustainability: the cutlery was mostly disposable, certainly in the rooms but also some of it in the restaurant. They can do a lot better from the service point of view...


  • Anonymous
    January 13, 2014

    Absolutely nothing. Total disaster and embarrassment in front of my Canadian family and friends.

    Our group of 12 people absolutely hated the place. The young couple wanted to sleep in their car rather than on filthy mattress with pubic hair on the sheets. Nothing that was advertised was true. No hot water to shower, filthy; the extra beds for which we paid a full price, turned out to be dirty mattresses on a filthy floor. Power outage every time we turned on the heaters (it was 12-14 degrees) - 5 times in 1 hour. The beach is far and difficult to access, many steps to walk down and then the steep and dusty road; the beach is filthy, unlit, no facilities, no showers, one very large pipe pouring continuously (sewage?) water from up high. The big beach terrace was broken and collapsed in the middle. Everything looked neglected and forsaken. Outside, the terrace was dirty, with cigarette butts and dirt. Our unit had no grass at the entrance, but dried mud and sand. No dishes or any utensils in the kitchen (supposedly 'fully equipped'- another lie), no ''panoramic views of the sea from private balcony'', no WiFi. No ''24-hour front desk'', no one available or answering the phone to address complaints. No service whatsoever! The supposedly ''luxury suite'' with no hot water, sheets with pubic hair, filthy mattresses on the floor, no utensils, overloaded circuits causing power outages, was outrageously expensive: $470 each per night! We had 2 suites and a double room for a total rip off of $1,100 in one night! We complained at the front desk (Dina?), then to the owner/manager Oshri; all we got was a rude response and accusations. We will do whatever it takes to get our money back and warn other travellers!


  • David
      Czech Republic
    January 13, 2014

    there is certain magic in this place. its a place of stopped time. there is everything here, but sometimes it does not work, or not in the proper way:)


  • Anonymous
    November 13, 2013

    Location with private dead sea beach was terrific. The Moroccan style was nice, the room space and furnishings were good. Outdoor space was well kept.

    Room needed some maintenance - little things - lights over bed were not working. there was a phone but no plug in for it. The satellite TV was not set-up right - only 4 channels. Also, the WIFI did not work except near the office.


  • Anonymous
    November 12, 2013

    Well, to be honest, it seemed like if you wanted something to eat at the restaurant, you had to be a politician about it. Their first response was automatically - it wasn't open. But if you were really nice to the reception staff, to the restaurant staff, and even to the guy in the convenience store, and you passed everyone's non-offensive foreigner test, well then - they open up the restaurant and cook you some food. Good luck with that.


  • Evgenia
      United Kingdom
    October 31, 2013

    We had a lovely little house for ourself.There were everything what you needed, plus breakfast was already including in the price.This place had a privite beach with reclained chairs.We loved it , we would recommend it.

    They had free internet, but it didn't work, was out of range in our house.


  • Anonymous
      Hong Kong
    October 23, 2013

    The beach is good, black mud and wide space to swim in the dead sea, the houses building view of hotel are good

    Price is not valuable no public transportation you need a car to reach this place


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