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The Leonardo Plaza Hotel Dead Sea is only 15 minutes walk away from the beach. Free parking is available. The hotel provided refreshments at arrival. It was quite hectic and busy at check-in time but the staff used a roped off area to keep the line, provided cold drinks and were very friendly (especially Nicholas.)
Rose Dead Sea Rooms is in Neve Zohar on the shores of the Dead Sea and offers air-conditioned rooms and apartments with free WiFi. We stayed only one night, the place was nice and clean for few nights. And the neighboorhood is nicest then all the big hotels around! It is close to Massada and easy to access by bus.
Located 1 km from Leonardo Club Private Beach, Yifat's Rooms Dead Sea offers a garden, barbecue facilities and air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. Yifat's room is a very good place to stay in the dead sea. Better than Ein Bokek too crowdy.
Set in Neve Zohar, Martini Dead Sea offers accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. It is situated in a building dating from 2015, 1 km from Leonardo Club Private Beach. Beautiful place, exceptionally clean and contains everything you need for a relaxed vacation. Large room with specious bathroom and total privacy. The owner is very nice and takes care of your every need.
Located in Neve Zohar in the South District Israel region, with Leonardo Club Private Beach nearby, NEVE ZOHAR DEAD SEA provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. Cozy houses, friendly cats, nice surroundings, quiet neighborhood, privacy.
Only a 2-minute walk from the Dead Sea, Neve Zohar Lodge offers air-conditioned accommodation and free WiFi. Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is a 30-minute drive away and Jerusalem is 105 km away. The rooms were clean and comfortable, Motti was very nice and made us feel welcome. He recommended that we eat in the little restaurant next door which we did and the food was amazing. Everyone we met were very nice and we were treated like they already knew us. Thanks to Motti for making us feel so at home.
If you need a cozy place to stay as a base so you could go hiking, floating in the Dead Sea, sightseeing (Massada, Ein Gedi), and you do not want or need the hectic environment of the packed and expensive hotels nearby in Ein Bokek, this is a great place to stay.
The settlement is small and very quiet, but expanding. There's construction sites to the north and west of the village, though no noise came from them while we were there. It's very well positioned for a number of great sites- Masada to the north and Har Sedom and Lot's Wife to the south. The mountain is quite literally solid salt- in caves you will see the bedrock is oddly translucent where it's been exposed. Excellent place for long walks (you can take your shoes off on the salt flats- there's no rubbish or litter there and the stones, largely salt, are very soft), the local geography is like nowhere else I've been. The Dead Sea itself is, of course, a must-visit. I will warn that it's a little cold at first in February, but you barely notice that once you are in it.
Floating in the Dead Sea is awesome! Climbing the Massada by sunrise is awesome! Visiting the Oasis of Ein Gedi is awesome! --> Staying in Neve Zohar is the perfect home base for all these awesome experiences
Have to go to the public beach around 15 minutes - is it a little bit hard to do when is +42 and you have little kind. Better to go by car - there is free parking near fist public beach. Nice little village.
Nice self catering accommodation. Staff is friendly. Accommodation is clean. Garden is nice. Good place to stay with little children. Car was secure in parking area. Near to public beach and shopping center. Will definitely stay there when visiting the Dead Sea.
The hotel is lovely , our room had a view of the Dead Sea which was beautiful. Adequate staff and service is quick. Breakfast is a feast with assortments of vegetables, cheeses,fishes typical of an Israeli breakfast. Hot dishes as well with omelette made to order, pancakes and waffles. The outdoor and indoor pool are excellent options to the Dead Sea- for those who aren’t fans. The pool is large and didn’t feel crowded with a lot of people in. Look forward to returning.
The hotel provided refreshments at arrival. It was quite hectic and busy at check-in time but the staff used a roped off area to keep the line, provided cold drinks and were very friendly (especially Nicholas.)
Perfect location to live in Eilat! Very nice and clean place.
Nice room, good food, good Spa.