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Oasis Spa Club Dead Sea Hotel - 18 Plus, hotel in Ein Bokek

Oasis Spa Club Dead Sea Hotel - 18 Plus

Dead Sea

Oasis Spa Club is an adult only hotel that is occupying a prime position on the shores of the Dead Sea, the newly renovated Spa Club is well suited for guests seeking a true spa experience in relaxing...

8.0
Very good
4,656 reviews
Price from£153.24per night
Vert Dead Sea by AFI Hotels, hotel in Ein Bokek

Vert Dead Sea by AFI Hotels

Ein Bokek

Treat yourselves to a moment of unique beauty and tranquility where the stunning desert landscape meets the Dead Sea’s turquoise hue.

8.1
Very good
3,530 reviews
Price from£174.99per night
Noga by Isrotel Collection - The Renewed Ganim Hotel, hotel in Ein Bokek

Noga by Isrotel Collection - The Renewed Ganim Hotel

Hotel in Ein Bokek

Isrotel Ganim Hotel is set on the shores of the Dead Sea, in Ein Bokek's tourist area, a 2-minute walk from the beach. It offers spa treatments and 2 indoor swimming pools with sea water.

8.1
Very good
3,185 reviews
Price from£162.38per night
Nevo by Isrotel Collection, hotel in Ein Bokek

Nevo by Isrotel Collection

Dead Sea

The modern and stylish 5-star Nevo by Isrotel Collection and Spa is located right on the shores of the Dead Sea. The hotel offers luxurious health and spa facilities.

8.6
Fabulous
2,490 reviews
Price from£188.72per night
Leonardo Club Hotel Dead Sea - All Inclusive, hotel in Ein Bokek

Leonardo Club Hotel Dead Sea - All Inclusive

Dead Sea

This all-inclusive deluxe hotel is set a private beach in the hotel area of Ein Bokek.

7.8
Good
7,052 reviews
Price from£198.64per night
Herbert Samuel Hod Dead Sea Hotel, hotel in Ein Bokek

Herbert Samuel Hod Dead Sea Hotel

Hotel in Ein Bokek

Set on the Dead Sea shores in the north of Ein Bokek region, Herbert Samuel Hod Dead Sea Hotel has free Wi-Fi in the lobby and offers a sea-view terrace with a salted-water swimming pool.

8.1
Very good
1,192 reviews
Price from£163.17per night
Herbert Samuel Milos Dead Sea, hotel in Ein Bokek

Herbert Samuel Milos Dead Sea

Hotel in Ein Bokek

Set in Ein Bokek, Milos Hotel Dead Sea offers beachfront accommodation 17 km from Masada and offers various facilities, such as an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a bar.

8.1
Very good
1,807 reviews
Price from£163.17per night
Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel -Formerly Daniel, hotel in Ein Bokek

Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel -Formerly Daniel

Dead Sea

Set in the heart of Ein Bokek's hotel area, Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel -Formerly Daniel offers a nearby beach and an extensive spa area with free indoor and outdoor pools. A pub and restaurant are...

7.3
Good
1,846 reviews
Price from£162.70per night
Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea, hotel in Ein Bokek

Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea

Dead Sea

Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea is located in Ein Bokek's hotel area, a short stroll from a public beach.

6.5
Pleasant
3,431 reviews
Price from£100.27per night
Leonardo Plaza Hotel Dead Sea, hotel in Ein Bokek

Leonardo Plaza Hotel Dead Sea

Dead Sea

The Leonardo Plaza Hotel Dead Sea is only 15 minutes walk away from the beach. Free parking is available.

7.6
Good
2,336 reviews
Price from£132.43per night
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What guests said about Ein Bokek:

  • 8.0

    Very quiet and relaxed place.

    Very quiet and relaxed place. Close to visit other areas such as Masada national park or Ein Gedi by car, taxi or bus. Not many options of places to eat outside of hotel and it is a place literally to relax so do not expect a nightlife as not what the area is about.
    Sara-Grace
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    This is the Dead Sea, hot sea water, coarse salt sea floor...

    This is the Dead Sea, hot sea water, coarse salt sea floor and HOT. A cool day is 35 C, so you need a hat, water, sunscreen/sun block and foot protection if your feet are sensitive. Get a half meal plan, you can easily get by with lunch and dinner. Mix sea fun with pool time.
    John & Ilana
    Canada
  • 10

    It's an incredibly beautiful place, the views are...

    It's an incredibly beautiful place, the views are magnificent. It's almost a spiritual experience. It's very hot so you need to have water with you at all times and always cover your head. The heat is coming from everywhere so it's easy to get a heat stroke. If you want to go hiking, always look for hike trails and don't go into the desert if you don't know what you're doing - you can get lost and there are wild animals (like ibexes and leopards). If you go into the Dead Sea, always listen to the instructions - float on your back only and don't put your head under water. There are direct busses to Ein Gedi and Masada - both worth visiting. Buying bus tickets can be confusing as you can't pay cash - you need a Rav-Kav card which you can charge with your credit card in many ATMs, the card itself costs ₪5 (I think it can only be bought in their offices, we bought it at the bus station in Arad). I believe there's also an option to buy tickets through Moovit app (I haven't tried it myself, I've only used it for checking the routes and bus numbers).
    A
    Anonymous
  • 10

    At the hotel, the breakfast was very good.

    At the hotel, the breakfast was very good. Lots and lots of food and a great variety. I loved the cheese cake! For lunch or supper I would go to the Aroma in the small mall opposite the hotel. They have excellent service, a variety of salads and sandwiches to sit down or take away and great coffee. There is also the big new mall nearby and a variety of shops, kiosks and stalls next to it with minimarkets, fast food and sit down places to eat, fashion shops, shoe shops, cosmetic products of the Dead sea and more. It is easy to get around Ein Bokek. Most things are nearby. You don't have to walk far to get from one place to another. But a car would be handy if you would want to get from the North end to the South! e.g. if you stay in a North hotel and want to get to the South end where there are separate bathing facilities for the religious at Hamei Zohar near the Leonardo club hotel. I think there is a bus service, but I don't know the frequency of it. In addition, the hotels can call a taxi or shuttle service for you.
    Catzel
  • 10

    In addition to the dead sea this is close to some beautiful...

    In addition to the dead sea this is close to some beautiful nature hikes with waterfalls- nachal david, nachal arugot. There are also jeep rides nearby and this hotel gave us a voucher to use the spa facilities at another hotel. This hotel had a pool and massage parlor on site.
    Eli Gold
    Israel
  • 10

    It is a place more for treatment and cure the body and the...

    It is a place more for treatment and cure the body and the soul , it is so calm , swimming in the sea not like swimming in any other place of the word but make sure to put sun cream it is so sunny , the water is so clean pure and so much salty , I love it there and I definitely want to come back
    Nour Alhuda
    Israel

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Ein Bokek

  • From £181.20 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 3,185 reviews
    I regret I did not believe the earlier reviews on Booking.com that clearly warned of what can come because I have stayed in some spotless beautiful Isrotel hotels. The hotel may be renovated but there seems to be different standards to what renovated means. I both wrote to the hotel and on spot asked them to check that the room is renovated and they said yes. However, the table was scratched, bathroom not renovated and not clean, the bathrobe was dirty yellow (!) around the neck and inside, and there was a cockroach on the 8th floor room.
    Kaija
    Finland
  • 7.3
    Good · 1,096 reviews
    - The only hotel there to offer a one night stay - Big win for them. We couldn't leave the children behind for more than two days, so that was a good deal for us. - Late check out on Saturday @14:00 was a great surprise and suited us very well. - The indoor "Salt pool" is a very nice way to enjoy the dead sea's benefits, without the blistering sun. - Free luggage deposit after check-out is nice (We didn't use the service - but good to know). - It was very clean. - The staff was very pleasant.
    Doron B.
    Israel
  • From £245.61 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 2,490 reviews
    The hotel was absolutely beautiful, top notch design with spectacular garden and flowers. The pools are clean, the private beach is the best at the Dead Sea, very relaxing in every way possible. The food was excellent, breakfast at the Ranch was out of this world and everything at the main restaurant was very good as well. Management is professional and wants to please their guests in every way possible. We had an excellent stay and will go back.
    nadine
    Israel
  • From £184.93 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,807 reviews
    I think this is the best option you can get in EinBokek - unless you are a fan of those big soul-less hotels around. We were upgraded from a ground floor with small garden to a room on the first floor with terrace and private swimming pool and it was amazing. There is a hotel, people around, but you have your own space. Located next to the Dead sea with it’s own private beach. Lovely spa and massages (Casmara facial is brilliant..) Enjoy!
    A
    Anonymous
    Latvia
  • From £179.72 per night
    6.5
    Pleasant · 3,431 reviews
    The hotel may be old and overdue a good renovation, but unlike in most Israeli hotels the double bed was a huge double and not 2 singles pushed together. Unlike any hotel anywhere, the pillows were fantastic and really comfortable. The sheets were also good quality. Finally, although they only have a coffee machine at breakfast, it makes excellent coffee, unlike most other Israeli hotels.
    James
    Israel
  • From £162.70 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 4,657 reviews
    The room was good. Better than what I had seen in some pictures. I was expecting a very beat up hotel but it’s a normally beat up hotel. The hotel has nice amenities (outdoor pool, indoor Dead Sea water pool, steam rooms…) but they close fairly early. Breakfast and (complimentary) dinner buffets were fairly good for such type of hotels. Very large selection of fresh food.
    Jerry
    United States
  • From £163.17 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,192 reviews
    Highly recommended hotel! Loved the location, right at the beach. Beautiful, luxurious rooms with marble bathrooms and nice balcony; small but very nice. Great variation of high quality food for dinner and breakfast. Beautiful views over the Dead Sea. Friendly personnel. Overall - a very worthy stay!
    Judith
    Israel
  • From £179.72 per night
    6.5
    Pleasant · 3,431 reviews
    Breakfast was plentiful but mostly mediocre. Coffee machine did not work. Best feature: package of 2 body creams and a mudbath given as we went to the Dead Sea. Hotel has access to soak in Herrod’s Hotel’s warmed salt pools. Crowded but a good way to experience buoyancy when it’s too cold outside.
    Carol
    United States
  • From £203.37 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 3,530 reviews
    The room was super clean and the access to the Dead Sea was easy with towels always available in the outdoor area. Getting to the hotel was straightforward. Pros: good breakfast for the added price, friendly staff, and access to the spa even before your check-in time.
    Cecilia
    Mexico
  • From £227.02 per night
    7.8
    Good · 7,052 reviews
    Great location for Dead Sea. Facilities good and food well above average for the mass catering. Bus connections from cities very handy too and drop just outside hotel. Beer and wine also decent quality considering free issue.
    Peter
    Italy
  • From £170.27 per night
    6.2
    Pleasant · 619 reviews
    Very nice hotel with great service and the biggest spa in Dead Sea Also nice big rooms with amazing view The beach very close to hotel as a shopping mall Dan from reception nice person with knowledge to make a good service
    Yulian
    Russia
  • From £217.56 per night
    7.6
    Good · 2,336 reviews
    The location was good, easy to park right outside the hotel. Staff were hard-working, friendly, and helpful. Great views across the Dead Sea. Rooms were a good size and complimentary drinks and snacks were a nice touch.
    Emily
    United Kingdom
  • From £181.20 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 3,185 reviews
    The hotel is located between two mountains, so at sunset the beach in front of it remains lit the longest. The hotel pool area was very nice, as was the breakfast with plenty of Israeli dishes to try.
    Olga
    Latvia
  • From £184.93 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,807 reviews
    Breakfast was plentiful with big choice of food. Room was very comfortable and we really like the setting of the hotel. It has a more fun environment than most other hotels at the Dead Sea.
    Nadine
    Israel
  • From £245.61 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 2,490 reviews
    Beautiful hotel in Ein Bokek, I've stayed in a few and this was the best. The food was great but the indoor / outdoor spa pool was the best! The room was lovely and the bed was comfortable.
    Sammy
    United Kingdom
  • From £203.37 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 3,530 reviews
    The hotel commands a panoramic view, easy access to the Dead Sea shore and a private swimming pool. The food service is excellent and the staff are helpful and friendly.
    Eli Lederhendler
    Israel
  • From £162.70 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 4,657 reviews
    This is a very good hotel for a reasonable price. I like the location, friendly staff, and good food. I recommend this hotel to those who plan visiting the Dead Sea.
    P
    Pavel
    Israel
  • From £227.02 per night
    7.8
    Good · 7,052 reviews
    The hotel is all inclusive, the food is very good, very close to the dead sea beach, only 1 minute by walk. The staff are very nice and professional.
    Hagit
    Israel
  • From £163.17 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,192 reviews
    Worst place I have ever stayed at Dead Sea. No ice in room. You have to ask at lobby and all they give you is a plastic cup with a couple of ice cubes
    Mark
    Puerto Rico
  • 7.2
    Good · 2,949 reviews
    The spa facilities were very nice. Great view of the dead sea from the balcony. The staff were welcoming and helpful. Lots of parking nearby.
    Ohad
    Israel