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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds, Sun Deck
Hiking, Sauna, Fitness Center, Private Beach Area, Indoor Pool (seasonal), Game Room, Library, Playground
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room, Buffet-Style Restaurant, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
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Until 11:00 AM
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Offering and indoor pool and a sauna, Inbar Hotel is in Arad, a 20-minute drive from the Dead Sea. Its buffet restaurant serves salads and fish and meat specialties.
Score from 107 reviews Review score
Located in Arad, Sunlight Holiday Apartment is a self-catering accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning and room service.
Score from 18 reviews Exceptional
Nothing. It was closed and out of business.
It was closed and we were left without accommodations early in the evening.
This was the worst hotel I have ever stayed in and a shame to the Orthodox Jewish Religion. They placed us into apartments, not in the hotel itself, where lights were broken, equipment not functioning, cold water, dusty, insecure front doors, untrained staff and which did not offer food or the patio which it claimed. Further, it was the most expensive hotel of our visit. When we complained, one person apologised while the other would not meet us but threatened us with the police. A most definite place to miss, no matter the need.
There was wifi in the lobby.
Ever see The Shining? A big once-elegant lobby in a shabby, old, empty run-down hotel? No one at check in spoke any of the three languages I am fluent in. There was an old small kitchenette in the room where people had left food and it was crawling with ants. There were lizards in the room- which was good, they ate some of the insects. No cups or plates but a pot wtep make hot water. There was a decent back porch at my room, but the handle was installed that one could only enter from the outside, and there was no way from the inside to keep anyone out. It was dirty, and the shower curtain was too small so water got all of the toilet paper wet. The location was so far away from any other human it would again remind tou of the Stephen King book. I needed a taxi to find food, as the nearest gas station with food was a 30 minute walk. I went to the lobby and they said the taxi was coming and would be there in five minutes. 30 minutes later I asked about the taxi (there was at that time someone else who could handle English) he had not yet called, but would do it right away. Then he started arguing with some French girls about something and again didn't call the taxi. 45 minutes later, he agreed to call the taxi once again in five minutes. I left on my own. The town was dead and it took another 30 minutes to find food. Booking.com gave this place a 5.1 and I find that generous. I would give this place a 3 or 4 because I survived, it had wifi, and I like lizards.
It was like "Shining". Facility close to shutdown. Run by immigrants. If you want to discover the Dead Sea book a day trip from Jerusalem, another facility or cancel the trip.
Quite big room, new towels every day.
There was a scorpion under one of our beds. The staff couldn't speak english. There isn't any pool as they write in their Hotel prescription.
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