Eilat and the Negev Hotels

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Leonardo Negev

At a Glance

    Pros

  • decent rates for what you get
  • nice gym
  • for those using Beersheva as a base for a Negev road trip, easy location at the entrance to the city

    Cons

  • dull, nondescript setting
  • listless service
  • Internet costs extra

Leonardo Negev Review

Formerly the Golden Tulip, this hotel is the only game in town, and feels a bit like it's fallen prey to captive-audience syndrome. Average in almost every way, it does provide up-to-date lodgings, especially for business travelers, who make use of three floors and a business lounge. The twelve-floor building's beige-and-brown stone reflects its desert surroundings, and arched windows soften the city's square look. Guest rooms are outfitted with wicker chairs, and the curtains and bedspreads form a snappy color scheme of red, green, and butterscotch. Good reading lights are a welcome touch. Rooms on the business floor are equipped with safes and minibars. The breezy outdoor patio, with bubbling fountains, is a cool place to relax in the hot desert climate. The hotel's outdoor pool is open from April to October.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 4 Henrietta Szold St., near City Hall, Beersheva, 84894
  • Phone: 08/640–5444
  • Website:
  • Location: Beersheva

    Hotel Details

  • 210 rooms, 48 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-26-2013

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