Daniel Hotel, Dead Sea

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Address:

Ein Bokek,
Dead Sea Mobile Post 86930 Israel

Telephone:

+972-8-668-9999

Location:

The Daniel Dead Sea Hotel welcomes America Israel Tours travelers to the world’s lowest point- the shores of the extraordinary Dead Sea. The hotel offers a stunning desert view across the still waters of the Dead Sea
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Hotel Overview:

The Daniel Dead Sea Hotel is a beachfront hotel located in Ein Bokek, on the shores of the Dead Sea. Guests of this hotel have access to a private beach. The hotel has 302 luxury rooms, 12 of which are lavish suites. Each room offers views of the desert, mountains, or the Dead Sea. Cozy and comfortable, rooms are floored with locally produced ceramic tiles, perfect for the desert climate. The hotel has a full-service spa, a health club, an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and a steam room. Public areas are equipped with wireless Internet access (surcharges apply). Dining options at the hotel include 4 restaurants along with a coffee shop/cafe, a poolside bar, and a bar/lounge. Guest parking is complimentary. The staff can arrange concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, wedding services, and business services. Additional amenities include a children’s pool, a nightclub, and a children’s club. This is a smoke-free property.

Hotel attractions:

Float in the world’s saltiest water and enjoy a healing sulphur bath, or a relaxing treatment at the luxurious spa. Then get geared up for fun at the hotel’s own bowling alley, relax a cold beer at the pub, or enjoy a sumptuous meal at the restaurant of your choice. With endless luxuries and the Dead Sea on your doorstep, you will never want to leave the Daniel Dead Sea Hotel.

Rooms:

The Daniel Dead Sea Hotel’s 302 luxury rooms, including 12 suites, are designed in a contemporary style and feature breathtaking views of the desert scenery and the Dead Sea against the backdrop of the Moab Mountains. All rooms are air-conditioned and include safes and makeup/shaving mirrors. Rooms have sea, mountain, or desert views. Guests can channel-surf the satellite television. All accommodations provide desks and phones with voice mail. For a surcharge, guests can use the in-room wireless high-speed Internet access. Bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, hair dryers, and complimentary toiletries. Additional amenities include windows that open and blackout drapes/curtains. In addition, housekeeping is offered daily and amenities available on request include irons/ironing boards.

Dining:

The hotel offers a variety of dining options:

  • The Alma Lobby Restaurant: an exclusive restaurant overlooking the Dead Sea and Moab Mountains. The restaurant offers guests light meals, hot and cold drinks, cakes, ice cream and more.
  • La Carrousel Restaurant: One of the finest Dead Sea restaurants, this restaurant offers a variety of meals and superb gourmet dishes. The rich dinner buffet offers European, American, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean style cuisine. All this, combined with the unique Israeli touch and preparation of the dishes in front of the guests, serves up quality unlike any other restaurant in the Dead Sea.

The Great Israeli Breakfast: The Daniel Dead Sea Hotel is a great place to experience the world-famous Israeli breakfast. An abundance of fresh, local dairy produce- cream cheese, yogurt, and hard cheese varieties- a range of salted fish and freshly chopped salads, sweet delicacies from the bakery and much more will temp and surprise you each morning.

Pool Bar - Salt & Pepper: BBQ fun! Meat-lovers can enjoy the poolside grill, where sunshades and expansive grassy lawns create a fun resort ambiance. A wide selection of locally produces cuts prepared to your taste and served in classic combinations. Enjoy an American-style hamburger along with chips enhanced with delicious Israeli hummus and salad.

Nearby attractions: The only resort of its kind in the world, Ein Bokek offers visitors not only healing springs and baths, but also historic sites, varied attractions and breathtaking nature reserves. The hotel is just a short distance from ancient biblical and historical sites such as:

  • The stronghold of Masada: Masada was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2001. The site commemorates the last stand of the Sicarii, Jewish zealots from the era of the great rebellion against the Romans.
  • Qumran: approximately 40 miles north of the hotel, you will find the ancient home of the Essenes, a Jewish sect that had a way of life similar to that of the early Christians. Today, Qumran is famous for the caves in which the sealed Dead Sea Scrolls were found. The scrolls are now on display at the Israel Museum.
  • Ein Gedi Reserve: Ein Gedi is unique nature reserve that includes rare flora and fauna from different climate areas. The David Stream flows through the reserve, forming waterfalls and pools surrounded by greenery. In the south of the reserve, there is a hiking trail alongside the Arugot Stream, which includes waterfalls, freshwater pools and varied vegetation.
  • Sedom Mountain and the Flour Cave: one of the world’s most amazing natural wonders – a mountain of salt. Next to Sedom Mountain at the Perazim Stream are a number of natural caves, including the Flour Cave, which will leave you covered in a light dusting of floury chalk.

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