It used to belong to the General Workers Union in Israel. The building is a good architectural example of the 60'-70'. The Isrotel chain has taken it and renovated it thoroughly a couple of years ago. Situated on the slopes of the Judean Desert in the hub of hotels near the Dead Sea. Most rooms face east toward the views of Jordan and the sea. It is not a big hotel and it is a big plus: Hospitable, elegant & simple interior-design, well kept with a good amount of stuff to cater for guests' needs. Apparently they have good people in the kitchen as well -the food is good and ample; for diabetic people you can ask for a special desert and it is 'home-made'and not bought. The spa is very busy with 2 salt-water pools that are not too big. It will be a good advise to call in advance of coming to book a massage or some other treatment -as their hands are full! The only criticism I have is that you have to pay for internet access. In this day and age -this is a bit below standards.
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- Also Known As:
- Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel Ein Bokek
- Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel And Spa
- Hotel Isrotel Dead Sea
- Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa Israel