Aquamarine Hotel

Yotam Street, Eilat, 88103, Israel | Hotel
Prices starting from $61.00

Travel Blogs from Eilat

An unforeseeable event ....

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung


... accommodation for the 3 of us in Eilat tonight and drawn a blank. It is the Shavuot Jewish holiday and Eilat, being a busy seaside resort on the Red Sea) bursting at the seams. All the decent hotels were completely booked out. The brilliant plan that they came up with was that we would stay in Egypt for the night. The Hilton Hotel just across the border had rooms for the night. It meant parking the car at the Taba Border crossing and walking over with our luggage. In ...


A travel blog entry by richardandemily

... the long way back to the car park through the desert and through a canyon with amazing carved tombs. We were a little hesitant as we had tight time-frame to cross the boarder back to Israel to catch a bus from Eilat back to Tel Aviv but he assured us we would have time.

At the entrance to the canyon however some Bedoins (nomadic goat hearders) informed us the canyon was impassable due to flooding. At this point, had we ...

Rocket intercepted over Eilat

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... couple of miles away. Egypt a couple of miles further on from that. It's all that close. They're all having their fill of Red Sea resorts.

Receive an email from the FCO Travel Advice line for Israel and Palestine. It states, "On 13 August [today] a rocket was intercepted by an Iron Dome anti-missile battery over Eilat." That'll be the Eilat a couple of miles away. That'll be the Eilat I can see if I poke my head out of bedroom window.

Bloody hell.


Much improved

A travel blog entry by teresav


... sea. However it was very salty. Liav and Yuval had told us that every beach in Israel is different. They were right. The beach we went to on the first day in tel aviv (the mediterranean sea) was green, foggy, not as salty, and had pretty tumultuous waves, and extremely soft sand. The beach for the Red Sea was blue (as I have said about nine times) calm, very salty, and had rocks instead of sand. It hurt to walk on, but the rocks were really beautiful. Anyways! ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan


... the receptionist and the kind old man followed her direction and wrapped me up.

Now in absolutely no mood to do anything, given that my fingers were throbbing in pain, I opted to rest in the hotel (cheap private room with air conditioning and TV, yay) while Bernhard went off for a walk. Well, not two hours later did I need to return to the pharmacy to get my bandage changed, having bled completely through the first ...

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This hotel, located on Yotam Street, Eilat, is near Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery, Beit Shearim, Haifa University, and Technion College.
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