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Ein Bokek, Ein Bokek, 8693000, Israel – Show map
The Spa Club hotel is the first spa hotel of its kind in the entire Dead Sea region. Situated on the shores of the Dead Sea, the Hotel holds a VIP lobby and spa facilities designed in authentic Moroccan style, Turkish Hamam, indoor and heated salt water pool, treatment rooms for couples or private use, dry and wet Finnish sauna, fitness center, private beach, and outdoor pool. No smoking, no cell phones, age 18 and up only. Free Wi-Fi for the guests’ use at the lobby.
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Spa Club Dead Sea Hotel's staff speaks: Russian, Hebrew, French, Spanish, English, German
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 18 years are welcome.
One child or adult is charged 45 % of the room stay per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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With a unique Moroccan design, Oasis Dead Sea Hotel is set on the shores of the Dead Sea in Ein Bokek. It has indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a modern spa center.
Score from 585 reviews Good
In the heart of Ein Bokek's hotel area, Daniel Dead Sea Hotel offers a private beach and an extensive spa area with free indoor and outdoor pools. A pub, restaurant, and bowling alley are available.
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This all-inclusive 5-star deluxe hotel is set a private beach in the hotel area of Ein Bokek.
Score from 495 reviews Review score
Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea is in Ein Bokek's hotel area, a short walk from a private beach.
Score from 302 reviews Good
May 16, 2015
Terrible food and dirty dining room, we were sick from the food
Spa was nice
May 9, 2015
I love this hotel and if I go to Dead Sea k always pick Spa Club! Simply amazing and never it never disappoints!
May 6, 2015
Food Room Amenities
May 3, 2015
Spa area was quite small and not recently renovated Did not enjoy the spa treatments too much Not the best place for young people
Perfect location Food was good - buffet style Reception staff was very friendly
May 3, 2015
Mattresses and pillows are not very comfortable In the gym there is no instructor
The members of the staff are very kind and helpful. The team SPA highly professional and helpful. The room was clean and staffed Food is fresh and testy
April 29, 2015
The spa was beautiful and relaxing. The staff were wonderful. The overall atmosphere was fantastic. I highly recommend this spa when visiting the Dead Sea.
April 28, 2015
April 23, 2015
Overbuilt. Tacky. Stuffy room with small window you have to directly stand in front of to see outside. No balcony. Fan broken in bathroom=humid
The proximity to the sea shore
April 12, 2015
wifi was not good.
Food, location, staff
March 29, 2015
Dirtiness in the hotel and sauna
pool with sea water
March 20, 2015
ספה קטן מדי.
שקט, שלוו, חדר מרווח, אוכל טוב
March 15, 2015
- The position of the hotel: it's quite abandoned, it has its main entrance on the side - I'm sure that it was built as one hotel with the Oasis hotel and then it had been divided to two separate hotels maybe for financial reasons, but it still leaves a bad taste in the mouth of the guests that you pay a lot of money and you enter from the side - the same withe the car parking: it's quite strange, there's only a quite small place (which was full when we arrived) so we had to go up to a small hill full of sand - like end of the world... I hope it's temporary... - already in check in we got wrong key, it was by chance that I checked and noticed that the manual key had a different number that on the card - okay, it happens - I asked late check out already in the reservation, I got confirmation, but during check in, when I was checking it, I realized that there was no sign of it in the reservation, and actually after the normal check out time our electronic key (card) didn't work. - the meals were quite usual what is quite disappointing, I was expecting an experience but it was only food... - both on dinner and the breakfast a waiter collected everything from the table even the plate of I was eating, and when we went to have more food, he took everything from the table, and during the dinner, a waiter poured wine on me, and actually I don't remember that he would say sorry or he would do anything to give me the feeling to assume that he was sorry, which is already enough to give a very negative reputation to this hotel - in the lentils on breakfast there were ants, we reported even twice, because after the first time nothing happened - this is strange as well - just like they don't care...
The spa with the two kinds of sauna, jacuzzi and two kinds of normal pool, the close distance from the sea and the tea corner when there were cookies
March 15, 2015
Nothing bad per se, just bear in mind that as it is a lower price option, it has smaller windows, the beach is across the street, the rooms are not opulent, etc.
Comfortable beds, helpful staff, convenient location, GREAT price
March 4, 2015
I have no idea where they got the main picture of pool used on the booking.com site. It's completely misleading, the pic of people in small indoor pool is the accurate one. It's really more of a 3.5 star hotel - not a 4*. When we arrived they couldn't find our booking and even when showed them on my computer it took some time for them to get it. Although I'd booked 2 rooms in separate names they put both in my name which led to lot of confusion re bills. After check-in we were left to fend for ourselves - pointed down a corridor, not told or shown where to go and took some time to find lift. The 'deluxe' rooms weren't particularly deluxe - just bit bigger with 'spa bath'. The views are all the same - a smallish full length corner window overlooking road and sea. (Don't think you can lie in bed looking at sea!) Some staff were quite rude. When I asked the manager politely why there were children in the restaurant when it was 'no under 18s' he was quite dismissive, saying 'there won't be any tomorrow', which there weren't as a the hotel filled up - they then put someone at reception in our hotel (rather than the main reception shared with sister hotel). The children did return for meals on our last night! All a bit haphazard. The floor in waiting room for treatments was v greasy and I, and a few other people, had serious falls. They need to put up a warning sign. I felt the manager and staff were under a lot of pressure. Few spoke English. At one point there was spilt water in the main corridor which I pointed out to manager saying I was a journalist reviewing hotel - whereupon he immediately dealt with it and I received very good service from him. When the main reception told us we could only get taxi to airport at 8.30 or 11.30 - not 10.30 as wanted, I went to manager who arranged 10.30 taxi. I think it was a language problem - particularly as they rang me at 8.
Perfect location and wonderful to be able to wander across road in bath robe to the private beach on Dead Sea. Therapists excellent and v professional. Generally they kept to the no over 18s, no mobiles rule. Wi-fi worked perfectly. Food was much better than expected. Nice outdoor space next to restaurant - could eat outside. Spacious separate indoor seating area for lounging around, with herbal teas all day and free snacks at tea time. Very laid back with generally 'homely' feel. The indoor Dead Sea water pool looked far to small (it was shared with next door hotel) but in fact was fine - lovely and warm. Also had a jacuzzi. Mainly 'mature' clientele. Good yoga, aqua-pilates classes - even 'laughter yoga'. Small and intimate hotel. Mainly 'mature' clientele, very friendly. Also free gym and well located outdoor pool (at back on grassy hill as opposed to some other hotels where pools were out front by road). Staff in dining room were efficient and coped well with varying influx of guests. Went with friend but would be happy to go on my own - several people were travelling solo - as atmosphere very relaxed. Spent 5 nights and could easily have stayed another 2-3 days without getting bored and if I was going to the area again would choose this hotel now I know the ropes. Some of the staff were very helpful. I would definitely stay in a 'deluxe' room if I was staying more than 2 days. A Kosher hotel which is good is you're Kosher (though I couldn't work one of the lifts on Shabbath). After a bumpy start the manager was very helpful and we both felt very at home in and fond of the hotel.
March 3, 2015
Rude staff. Very tired rooms and communal areas not clean. Avoid.
February 11, 2015
the amount of food offered was excellent but the taste texture and temperature could have been much better. the dinner in the hot chaffing dishes were dried out and not hot just warm. In the spa area the shower room was very slippery
February 8, 2015
The staff were very helpful and accommodating, nothing was to much trouble. The food was good. The hotel was spotlessly clean. the Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and private beach were fantastic. A superb place to recharge and rest. Highly recommended.
January 30, 2015
FOOD was not even fair, the regular dining room was closed so had to eat at Oasis, very little selection and what was available was tasteless, hot foods were lukewarm, service non existent, you had to get your own coffee or drinks it was extremely difficult for me as I am handicapped and it was quite evident as I used a walker, no one bothered to ask if I needed any assistance bar in the Oasis was poorly stocked with multiple items on drink menu not there altho bartender was nice, she could neither speak nor understand English even to ordering a simple glass of beer bar had no change, bartender had to run to lobby to get change after every customer I would only recommend the rooms and pool, for food I would go elsewhere.
room was clean, bed comfortable, bathroom clean, wi--fi worked well, good selection of cable channels, the salt water pool in house was nice and enjoyable. handicapped bathroom on the lobby level of the oasis was clean and comfortable to use (I am handicapped) the pool also had accommodations for the handicapped but no handicap accommodations in roooms
January 20, 2015
Room was poor, bed was good!
Spa was nice but small. I expected bigger if I needed to believed the pictures. Food was ok, we had better for this price.
January 18, 2015
the entire hotel requires refurbising.
food was tasty and variety was adequate.staff was attentive and understood english..spa was delightful turkish hammam was our favorite place
January 12, 2015
Three star more like not four
Not up to the standard of a four star hotel but I liked the food
January 9, 2015
Good value for the reasonable price for this area The staff are all very friendly and helpful,. The food is very good . The excellent spa facilities which are included in the price. The rooms are comfortable. The convenient starting point for exploring the sights of the Dead Sea.
January 6, 2015
Food is "mass" 2-3 hotel stile
January 6, 2015
Room cleaning, changing the sheets only once in 8 days, If you were in the room when the lady came to clean, she always have something to say, and sometimes she not come back for cleaning the room or to arrange the sheets on the bed.
SPA treatments was excellent, top physiotherapists and physiotherapy massage, TEA time - very relaxing & nice area
December 23, 2014
Dated facilities and (except for the great hotel manager) the staff at the reception desk was extremely cold and unattentive. Finally, very expensive for what you get back.
The hotel manager was lovely. The heated pool with Dead Sea water not to be missed. Breakfast was also good.
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