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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. Staff wanted to please.... very nice and accommodating!
Set right on the beach, Crowne Plaza Dead Sea Hotel features a large freshwater pool. The rooms are elegant and offer views of the sea. There is free WiFi throughout. The most precious asset at this property is staff. Extremely knowledgeable, attentive to detail and never hesitating to go extra mile to resolve any issue, they made my stay worth every praise.
The modern and stylish 5-star Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel and Spa is located right on the shores of the Dead Sea. The hotel offers luxurious health and spa facilities. All most everything Did have a great time Thanks
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... Best hotel in Israel we stayed in
Royal Hotel Dead Sea is located in Ein Bokek. The large wellness center offers a heated indoor pool and a hot tub. The hotel’s spacious rooms are equipped with WiFi access, a TV and a mini-bar. Clean, comfortable room. Breakfast buffet was wonderful. Front desk staff were wonderful
Set 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 and restaurant are available. Everything was perfect..especially the indoor facilities
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This is small resort town with beaches, hotels, restaurants and shops. There are not that many options for eating out, but most hotels offer buffet dinners. The beach is free, but you will need to pay for a chair if you do not want to sit on the sand. There is a nice promenade along the shore of the Dead Sea. Tourists mostly buy cosmetic products here and you will find plenty shops and pharmacies for that. If interested in history and nature, visit famous Massada and Ein Gedi nature reserve, short drive from the town. In winter make sure to check that your hotel has indoor pool with water from the Dead Sea as it could be cold to go into the sea. Most hotels also offer spa services and mud wraps.
Loved the beaches, facilities, small shopping areas, and wadi Bokek nature trail. For kosher diners cafe cafe was a good place to snack or dairy eats.purchase your own Dead Sea mud and apply on beach instead of taking a mud treatment in the hotel
Dead Sea! That name covers everything about the area! You should visit the Dead Sea at least once in your life time! However, keep in mind that this area doesn’t offer much choices for good food (except some shops have very nice gelato), so you should rather choose to stay in a hotel with breakfast and be aware of coming to Mc Donald for your meals or bring some picnic food on your own.
You do need to see the Dead Sea and Masada. It’s fine to sleep here to if you need to, with good access to public beaches. You MUST eat at your (or another) hotel buffet THERE ARE NO FREE STANDING RESTAURANTS IN TOWN.
April was a perfect time to go there. it wasn't crazy hot yet and the water temperature of the Dead Sea was perfect. Ein Bokek is a nice spot to visit the Dead Sea with many hotels, nice beaches, and lots of choices for dining and shopping.
Good beaches, that’s about it. Very touristy even in winter. Absolutely no good restaurant in a radius of 1h drive except possibly other hotel restaurants(?) certainly not the one in crown plaza. Taj Mahal was better than hotel but not more than decent. The MacDonald’s sign in front of the wonderful scenery in the backdrop of Ein Bokek sums it up.
7.5 Good 3,279 reviews
The hotel is close to the public beach and also close to public transport. It is a spa hotel so you can enjoy a turkish haram, small wet and dry saunas, indoor dead sea water pool, wirlpool, drinking water and outdoor pool facilities for free, what made it ok for us to pay the price. It was clean although the interior seemed to be a bit out of its days. Breakfast buffet was great (unfortunately they just don't seem to offer plant based milk what I hoped for at a hotel and breakfast buffet at this level)
7.2 Good 1,756 reviews
We stayed one night at the David hotel to relax during our trip to Israel. The hotel provides a shuttle to the beach although it is a 3-4 minute leisurely stroll on foot. We did not have time to use the spa or pool facilities as they closed at 17:00 but the beach was nice with ample folding chairs and a lifeguard on duty. We also enjoyed the dinner and breakfast provided; the selection was very good and the food was tasty.
7.6 Good 1,376 reviews
This is the best hotel so far in the Dead Sea considering its location, value for money, food and facilities. The biggest advantage is the SPA that is open till 22:00. We are coming back here every time we go to the Dead Sea.
7.3 Good 1,160 reviews
The hotel is large and specious, the pool area is looking over the Dead Sea with beautiful view. The basic rooms are spacious and the restaurant serving daily fresh meals and clean and well organised.
7.1 Good 2,014 reviews
It is on the coast. Easy access to Dead Sea although not direct. But most of the hotels don’t have. The swimming pool is nice but not heated. Breakfast was nice. Room was big and clean.
8.1 Very Good 1,546 reviews
Indoor dead sea pool, nice rooms, food excellent. (You will find even the worst places in Israel do great breakfasts). This is a nice place, no question, just think we got a bit unlucky.
6.6 Review score 1,579 reviews
It was a good stay at this hotel. Rooms are standard. The hotel is close to the Dead Sea. Breakfast and lunch also standard but good.
7.9 Good 67 reviews
Very close to ein bokek hotels area and a walk away from the dead sea...very quiet and clean and very good price for the room
6.8 Review score 2,043 reviews
The access to the dead sea was great but the hotel was over priced for what it offered.
8.1 Very Good 1,949 reviews
Location by Ramada and the Dead Sea is perfect
8.1 Very Good 2,903 reviews
Our room had a beautiful view of the Dead Sea
7.6 Good 681 reviews
Small hotel right on the Dead Sea.
8.0 Very Good 3,167 reviews
Direct dead sea access