Eilat and the Negev Hotels

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Dan Eilat

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great location on the beach
  • excellent breakfasts (marked with nutritional symbols to highlight low sodium and no added sugar offerings) and superb buffet dinners

    Cons

  • sometimes noisy
  • crowded dining room

Dan Eilat Review

The glitzy 14-floor, U-shaped Dan is on the North Beach promenade near the Jordanian border. Its design, by internationally acclaimed Israeli architect Adam Tihani, effectively combines snazzy high style with comfort. The two connecting two-story lobbies feature a winding glass stairway (as scary as it sounds), craggy rock walls with a water cascade, floating ceiling sculptures, a huge aviary, and a rock pool with iguanas. The spacious blue–and–terra-cotta rooms have blond-wood furnishings, and the dresser mirror can be adjusted to reflect the sea. If you can, reserve one of the terrace suites, which feature a large balcony and indoor Jacuzzi. Two pools—a 20-meter pool for serious swimmers and an active pool with waterslide—anchor the large, lush outdoor area, which includes the Grotto, a casual poolside restaurant specializing in juicy hamburgers and hot dogs. Children can play in the supervised "Danyland" playroom or in the toddler's pool. The 13th and 14th floors have been recently renovated.

    Hotel Details

  • 374 rooms, 48 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-20-2013

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