Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa

Address: Ein Bokek, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86980, Israel | 3 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsIsrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa Ein Bokek

    Reviewed by phagan

    Best hotel on trip!

    Reviewed Jun 4, 2014
    by (4 reviews) Port Saint Lucie, Florida, United States , United States Flag of United States

    We are across the street from the beach at Dead Sea. We have a garden room with seats and umbrella. Very nice facilities and grounds. The food was amazing! Only downside, was I had to pay for internet.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by friesendm

    Luxury is a great way to experience the Dead Sea

    Reviewed Mar 2, 2011
    by (3 reviews) Vancouver , United States Flag of United States

    And this hotel had it. Wonderful common space upon entry, balcony overlooking the Dead Sea, a dinner buffet that would not end including complimentary soft drinks, beer, and wine. I was pretty busy, but my group told me the spa and beach facilities were top notch too.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa Ein Bokek

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

    7 Dusty Desert 2

    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... virtually drying up!
    Our goal was to reach Masada and have some lunch. I asked for an egg sandwich and received a huge roll - I couldn't eat it all. We viewed a film on Masada, and were now going to explore Masada, but we had to get to the top, which was 400 metres [ 1300 feet] away. Fortunately we didn't have to climb the Snake Path, which looks unreal. We were whisked to the top in a cable car, and the views were simply stunning as we climbed. Up ...

    Surveying the Shephelah, Part I

    A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... century AD all the way back to the Middle Bronze Age. Zone P was an excavation of a fortification wall; the zone dig was chosen because it was thought to contain more artifacts since the wall would trap objects that were rolling down the hill.

    On the other side of the hill, Zone A unearthed pillars that supported part of a temple and were very similar to the pillars that the Bible describes Samson destroying when he brought the house down. ...

    Day 22 - We swim 427 metres below sea level

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 22, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... _Masada While it is possible to climb the very steep track to the top, it is only for the (fool)hardy, and it was an easy decision for us to take the cable gondola. We spent a good couple of hours marvelling at the two palaces which Herod had built along with their infrastructure of store-rooms, cisterns and so much more. The ruins have been beautifully preserved. It was very hot and glary, but it was so interesting to see it all ...

    Incredible Day Visiting with the IDF #1

    A travel blog entry by chaimarcus on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... This world has a destination. It’s been a long ride, but we were promised a time when none of this will ever happen again. A world free of millions of people who have chosen evil as their way of life. And a world that doesn’t turn 20 year old kids into war hero’s.

    Until that time, we will continue to cherish these young “lochamim” and know we will never be able to fully thank them for what they have done for us.

    for now,


    Herodium and Ein Karem

    A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Jun 07, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... Then Shraga poured the wine and broke the Challah bread. Hebrew prayers were said over the wine and the bread. We ate and drank. Then right at sunset we walked to the Wailing Wall (also called the Western Wall). We joined with about 20,000 other people who were praying, then dancing and singing together. We saw soldiers with their weapons join a circle with civilians in it. All celebrating their sabbath. We all wrote a note or ...

    Traveler Photos Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa Ein Bokek

    Cooling off in the Dead Sea
    Dead Sea Region, Israel
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    Dead Sea Region, Israel