Walk into the nine-story Isrotel and look to your left at the gorgeous wooden wall carved with date palms and fruit; this hotel puts an emphasis on being a part of the natural world. It's one of the few with real grass outside, and the outdoor pool is gargantuan. A golf cart takes you to the private beach across the road. The gracious spa includes two sulfur pools and a Dead Sea–water pool that has both indoor and outdoor sections. The meat-oriented Ranch House restaurant is one of the area's only à la carte dining options. If your budget allows, get a room on the Moab floors, which have upgraded amenities and access to the business lounge.