The hotel is very good compared to the other options in the Dead Sea area. Check in was a bit hectic, but to understand that people in Israel, don't truly understand the concept of waiting in a line. The room is clean, standard, could use some updating, but over all good. We used SPG points for 2 nights and could not be happier. We did not eat at the restaurant, we did have Chinese at the Crown Plaza, it was slightly expensive, but a good alternative to normal Mediterranean cuisine you become familiar with while visiting Israel. There is also an Aroma Cafe Coffee shop within walking distance that has great coffee, breakfast, sandwiches and salads.
The pool is clean and large, it was crowded with families and children as are most hotels in this area. We found a quite spot under and umbrella and forgot our worries. Didn't partake in the spa, but they have an unlimited menu of treatments. They do have a salt water pool where you can experience the water of Dead Sea without going to the beach.
We went to Masada (15min drive) and hiked to the waterfalls in En Gedi. This Le Meridian is run by an Israeli hotel company called Fattal. If you have stayed in other Le Meridian Hotels, don't expect the same quality of standard. Not a four star by any means, but I would give it a solid 3 stars all the way.
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- Also Known As:
- Meridien Dead Sea
- Le Meridien Ein Bokek
- Ein Bokek Le Meridien
- Le Meridien Dead Sea
- David Dead Sea Resort & Spa Israel