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Ein Bokek, Ein Bokek, 86930, Israel – Show map
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Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea's staff speak: Hebrew, English
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Solarium, Entertainment Staff
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years is charged USD 8 per person per night in a crib.
One child under 2 years is charged USD 8 per person per night when using existing beds.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for extra beds 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.
When booking more than 9 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
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The Leonardo Privilege Hotel Dead Sea is only 5 minutes away from the beach. There is an on-site spa and parking is free.
Score from 439 reviews Good
In a great location on the shores of the Dead Sea, the newly renovated Spa Club is well suited for guests seeking a true spa experience in a relaxing and peaceful area. Free Wi-Fi is provided.
Score from 425 reviews Good
With each of its stylish rooms featuring panoramic sea and mountain views from the private balconies, the David Dead Sea Resort & Spa features a large outdoor pool area, indoor sulfur pools, 3...
Score from 398 reviews Review score
This all-inclusive 5-star deluxe hotel is set a private beach in the hotel area of Ein Bokek.
Score from 577 reviews Good
Specially the stuff and the comfort i got everything so nicely such nice people
This NOT a hotel but more like a one star MOTEL Dirty ,holes in the wall ,the window don't close ,no shuttle to got to the beach and you need everyday a approval from the "motel "to have acces to the beach through a other hotel I don't recommend but the manager was very professional and she try her best
the staff were very accomadating and polite. much willingness to help.
I found a few receptionists quite rude. It was a displeasure for the tourist who was travelling with me...
The only thing we like on our stay is pool and Taj Mahal restaurant and bar.
Staff was freindly Swimming pool
room too small no working desk no wi fi in the rooms food no tasty Furniture very old Toilets leaking Beach 10 minute walk No SPA at the facility too expensive -low value for the money
Good breakfast and dinner
Unclean corridors, musty smell in room, tired looking fittings.
good location. Excellent food. Excellent variety. Nice rooms, and liked the fact the towels were changed every day.
Reception when we arrived was poor. The desk clerk was an astronaut. Couldn`t tell us when the room would be ready. Said he would sms but never did. Went off duty leaving us sitting in reception.
En Bokek as a location - - can't be beaten Courtesy and friendliness of the staff Layout of the grounds and facilities
The building is showing its age. This also goes for the equipment, furnishings and facilities, which have a tired appearance. Major update or re-fit is overdue. Gained the impression that the staff are doing their best to work with the building and its surroundings as they are - and perhaps not winning the battles. For example, the bathroom door in our suite seemed to have been salvaged from elsewhere and made (not all that successfully) to fit the opening - and it didn't have a lock. Moreover, the bed sheets, such as they were, were clearly not new and barely fitted the mattress - to the extent that the failed to stay in place for more than a fraction of a night's sleep. I could go on ...
Excellent food, coffee, nice lawn w/ peacocks; staff is great, especially the Russian speakers. Nice pool and spa at the HOD.
Doors to the corridor & to the bathroom are bad. Please take care of the wild cats better-they are hungry cause you don't feed them... so they go to the tourists for food.
Some persons were nice.Jana at reception was very helpful
Major face lift is needed. Not clean and solarium had not enough bed even after 4 requests
Excellent food. Really wonderful breakfast and dinner. Friendly staff, free parking, close to the beach. The hotel also has a pool and offers free spa facilities in the nearby hotel.
This is the smallest hotel I found in Ein Bokek (3 floors only!), so even when full is not crowded. Like some other hotels in Ein Bokek, it is not on the beach, but has a nice garden where to relax. Breakfast and dinner buffets were good and there was a sufficient variety of dishes among which one could choose. The room I had was a good sized one but the bathroom, although clean, needed some refurbishment.
They made up rooms too late in the day (after 1 pm). It was not possible to choose oneself to keep the towels or to change them daily, as it happens nowadays in many hotels, and if one is concerned about the environment, this fact is quite annoying.
staff extremely nice and helpful; good food
place is rundown aircoditioning very poor in lobby
The pool and bar area were nice, but not open because of a holiday.
Run down, dumpy, poor food, luggage storage room seemed unsecure, parking bad
absolutely dirty! hotel/rooms are run down! too expensive for the quality. does definitely not deserve 3 stars....
Disgusting bad staff horrible customer service highly don't recommend
Smell, you can hear the people clearly in the rooms next door ... The manager was horribly rude and will never recommend
We spent several days there togethr with my mother. We liked it pretty much. Nice hotel, big rooms with very comfortable beds, rich and various meals (kosher), nice staff, free parking, not far from the beach. As almost everywhere in Israel, coffee and tea in the room - it was very convenient and added to the overall good imoression. We were also provided with extra spa services (free of chagrge) in the nearby hotel. One rainy evening it was just what was needed - we could enjoy warmed Dead sea water in the spa center. We would recommend the hotel for staying for whatever nights you are planning!
Not very clean bathroom, but it was not that bad.
nice location , the staff was very friendly and understanding (they let us do the check out after 12 because we arrived at 12pm the day before) Free towels
the window on the corridor was broken and make noise all night long but they ensure us to fix it
Plenty of food to choose from. Friendly stuff. Free SPA access voucher. Small but good open pool.
Only two meals. No internet in the room or at the pool. No SPA in the hotel (we had to walk to a partner hotel to use the SPA voucher). The (private) beach was closed, had to use a public one.
Very helpful staff, problems were promptly taken care of and our personal requests were accommodated. The food was very plentiful and good, with lots of fresh salads and other healthy alternatives. As a welcome gesture we had a free ticket for "fish peeling" treatment in another hotel spa.
For unknown reasons the pool was not open at the stated time. There was no laundry service (however we were exceptionally offered to have some clothes washed for free). The hotel looked a bit worn down and less exclusive than in the pictures.
Entrance to the spa in HOD.
The pool was closed much too early. About 4:30 instead of 6:00; as written in the information.
A very run-down and dirty hotel. I saw better, cleaner hostels than this hotel. At $166 per night it was a rip-off for the low quality offered.
The room with its sliding-glass door and tiny balcony with Dead Sea in the distance was comfortable, with good air and chirping birds in the garden below. Although the price seemed a bit high, it is actually a good deal for the Ein Bokek-Dead Sea area. Hotel offered a spa at a luxury hotel nearby, although I opted to go to Ein Gedi up the highway, which is a wonderful for-pay spa on the Dead Sea. The food in the group-restaurant (half-board) was surprisingly nourishing. Morning staff were nice and helpful. Wish I could have spent one more day.
Upon arrival, the young girl at the reception was completely helpless. I don't know why management had placed her there. She spoke no English, could not even read my name on my passport, seemed to have no idea why I was there -- that I was checking in after a long drive. I've never had such a bad reception at a hotel in my life! It was most unwelcoming. And it took an entire hour to get me checked into and up to the room, when finally another person arrived to handle my booking.com reservation. I had to wait endlessly. A sign should be placed to label "reception," with multi-lingual people and professional receptionists who know how to assist weary travelers and take care of their needs check-in. All in all, my arrival was confusing and exhausting. Had I not had a confirmed reservation with Booking.com, I would have left. So I just hung around until someone helped me. Weird for a hotel! Reception area is also smelly -- perhaps due to the Dead Sea or a spa -- but other problems?! I had to hold my nose. Can there be ventilation or other improvements to this situation? (Smelled like BO, especially coming in from outside.) The staff all seems to speak Russian and caters to Russian tourists. I was sometimes made to feel odd, because I didn't speak English or Russian -- just some of the staff (not all) seemed annoyed with my presence as an American. That made me feel uncomfortable, so I'm not entirely sure I can recommend this hotel wholeheartedly to English-speaking clientele. But, again, I should emphasize that the morning staff at the reception tried to make up for difficulties.
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