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We took a boutique room. The room is great with view to 'Wadi Arugot'. Just what we needed. The stay includes one visit to the Synergy Spa (2 minutes walk) which was very plesant, and to the hot springs (5 minutes drive, need seperate review..)....More
We paid for the most expensive room and found out that these rooms are directly under a cellular antenna. Scary. As we were unfortunate to get a room on the upper floor we couldn't enjoy the view which was the main reason for coming. Trying...More
A little pricey for us plebes but we'll worth it. Includes the world class spa on the Dead Sea as well as mud baths and "dip" in the sea. First class Botanical Gardens add another layer to the value. Friendly staff and first class health...More
After a day on the road and exploring Masada, this hotel was very welcome. I'm not sure that it is a resort (at least it doesn't say that on the card I picked up at reception), but it is very clean, the room was spacious...More
We stayed one night at this hotel to be near the Dead Sea. It felt like we were giving ourselves a treat! The rooms are beautiful with so many little details such as Dead Sea bath products - but best of all there is a...More
US$ 96 - US$ 277 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It is extremely expensive to get there from the airport by cab. The scenic train to jerusalem (slow but beautiful ride) which is some 20-30 nis and then a taxi there for 100-150 niswould be much wiser and cheaper. Note that... More
It is extremely expensive to get there from the airport by cab. The scenic train to jerusalem (slow but beautiful ride) which is some 20-30 nis and then a taxi there for 100-150 niswould be much wiser and cheaper. Note that Lilian was answering about Ein Gev in the galilee. Not Ein Gedi in the dead sea.
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"The fanciest rooms! With the view of the desert. WORTH IT."