Great Dead Sea view into the setting sun and Israel.
HUGE stone fantasy architecture,with many photo op's,and many pools.
Rather prone to huge meetings and events which tax staff and cleaners!
This place is so big the staff and guests struggle to get about,but the space can also be very relaxing even before your Dead Sea float.The "beach" is dangerously small and people fall so once is enough.The long pool was very cold but SOOOOO elegante.
Breakfast on the terrace splendid but poor staffing.
Our room was gigantic with fab bathroom.
One of the most expensive builds I have seen,and I would love to go back,needs more service training,manpower and some cleaning round the edges.More