Had A family weekend.
The hotel is intimate and very quite.
Staff are very polite and always happy to help. Everything is kept clean - inside; gardens and beach.
Food - Plenty of food (had Breakfasts and dinners) - all you can eat and then some... many dishes to choose from, Including sugar free and low cal. Friday night and Saturday had some ethnic food like Gefilte fish and horseradish, Chopped liver, Kreplach and tchulent which were nice.
Tip : Since the dinner and breakfast are huge don't go for the hotel lunch - it's very expensive (120NIS - about 40-45 $) and Ithink that they use some of the dinner leftovers....Better eat out at the McD or Aroma in the nearby mall, or get a salad at the lobby or hotel bar.
Spa and pool - The warm seawater pool and the spa area were a bit crowded, but not too much. Children were not allowed in so it was very relaxing to go there.
The outside pool area was clean and the pool was heated so the children (we had a child and two teenagers) had fun there. There are no special activities for children.
We also tried going to the hotel beach - in feb the sea water was almost too cold but after getting used to the cold it was fantastic !!! - Floating on the dead sea is special...
The ramp for going into the sea was really great since the natural beach is full of stones.
Every evening they have a singer and some dancing, Don't expect to much....
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Modern 9-story Hotel set upon the sands of the Dead Sea. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lot Hotel Ein Bokek
- Lot Spa Hotel Dead Sea, Israel