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Firstly, Amman Beach is a public area just a few thousand meters south of most of the popular hotel chains along the Dead Sea. My wife and I were traveling with our 5-month old (then) son and didn't have plans to stay at the Dead...More
Good facilities, excellent pools at the upper levels and life guards on duty.
It quite a distance to the beach level down quite a slope. But there are plenty of fresh water showers and table chairs with umbrellas.
the experience of floating so high is...More
People. Woman. Children. Man. Smell like teen spirit, citing. Good place for all. Relax. Turn your head around and you find you are in a different world. This is another side of our world. All are very kind here. Jordan people are really great friend...More
For 15 dinars you get easy access to the Dead Sea from a public 'resort' which offers adequate basic facilities. These include: basic changing rooms, lockers with key (small charge), showers, towel hire (small charge), swimming pools, restaurant, bar and small shop. Steps lead down...More
If you're on a day trip, or you're not into spa treatments, this place is OK.
The changing rooms are old fashioned, the "shore-side" showers are 30 metres up the beach (though this is a problem nearly everywhere along the shore), and you need to...More
Terrible maintenance of the dead sea shore and its access. They don’t even care about cleaning plastics and rubbish around. It’s expensive for the service offered, just the pools are taken care off. If you just need a shower after the swim at the dead...More
Do not do the same mistake as us, avoid! The so called beach is very dirty, plastic, waste, and lots of vegetable, wood waste too. No proper stairs (dangerous even ) to get down to the beach, nor to get in the sea. No shower...More
If you want to dip in the Dead Sea but don’t want to stay in a hotel this might be one of the only options. But it is very expensive for what it offers: the changing rooms and showers are in a bad shape, the...More
Amman beach met expectations, it had the Dead Sea, and showers after, the mud did cost 3JoD onto of the entry fee.
The pool above the Dead Sea looked clean, there were tables and chairs surrounding the pools which was nice to chill out in....More
Went for a swim in the Dead Sea.
This is just south of the hotels. Nice parking and entrance.
It cost £15 to go in.
Pools look nice and clean, but the changing facilities were not with dirty overflowing toilets.
Walk down to the sea...More
Response from 88Georgina | Reviewed this property |
Hello, we only went on a day trip to the public beach and didn't stay in a hotel. However, all the hotels along the coastline looked lovely. I seem to recall that our guide said the Movenpick Hotel was a good standard.