We stayed at this hotel at the beginning of the our tour of Israel, which is a nice way to start a hectic tour of the country. Our stay was 2 nights.
Check was done in in typical tour group fashion, find seats in the lounge and wait for your name to be called by tour guide/leader.
Our room was nothing spectacular, but was clean and comfortable, with a nice view of the Dead Sea.
As we arrived on the Sabbath, and we had a Gospel concert to attend at En Gedi, we just did not have time to really enjoy the meal that was prepared, typical Israeli Buffet Shabbat meal. It was really good, but we had to wolf it down. One of our tour group had a birthday, and a cake was prepared for the person, which was a nice touch.
The pool was very nice, however, they were very strict about closing at 5:00pm, and actually got people out at 4:45pm. Not very guest friendly, especially in the heat. Service at the pools side kiosk was very good, and friendly, and we had great fun teaching the assistants some Afrikaans words.
To get to the Dead Sea we had to catch a shuttle down another hotel, and use the facilities there. Beach was well laid out. The Spa at the hotel was very refrshing and relaxing.
Breakfast was good.
The elevators were very slow, so it was very frustrating getting to pool and dining rooms. The hotel is a bit far from Ein Bokek, so walking to town was out of the questtion. Another negative was that they suffered from blocked pipes which caused leakage into the lobby and bar area.
All in all a pleasant if not spectacular stay.
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