Oasis Dead Sea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOasis Dead Sea Ein Bokek
A great stay at Oasis Dead Sea hotel, even though it was only one night. We had an early morning 'swim' in the Dead Sea across the road. Because it was winter, it was FREEZING. No problem though, the hotel has a warm pool of Dead Sea water which is very soothing! It's a lovely hotel, the food is very good and the serve is friendly and helpful. It was a fascinating place in the desert.
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John was feeling a lot better in the morning, but he did not venture out like we other maniacs to have an early morning bathe in the Dead Sea. He and Pam stayed in the hotel. It was a freezing morning, and we were wondering how on earth we would ever breach the waters for our 'swim'!
It took us a very long time to make it under the water …
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