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Isrotel Dead Sea

At a Glance

    Pros

  • sparkling pool
  • beer and wine on tap for dinner
  • good business lounge

    Cons

  • expensive Internet access
  • in summer, can be overrun with kids
  • service can be brusque

Isrotel Dead Sea Review

The nine-story Isrotel wants to set a new standard for the area's luxury hotels, and mostly acheives its goals. A golf cart takes you to the private beach. The gracious spa features two sulfur pools and a Dead Sea–water pool that has both indoor and outdoor sections. A wooden wall at the entrance to the dining room is carved in a distinctive bas-relief with date palms, fruit, and flowers. The meat-oriented Ranch House restaurant is one of the area's only dining options. If your budget allows, get a room on the Moab floors, which have upgraded amenities and access to the business lounge.

    Hotel Details

  • 290 rooms, 7 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-29-2013

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