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I got the room on the west side - it was not quite. The feeling was that the room is not clean. The room is too big, and equiped well.
The breakfast was not so good as for breakfast in Israel - no big choice,...More
If you need cheap, basically clean, well air-conditioned hotel room with Israeli also three-stars breakfast, good located on North-beach of Eilat (third row) - Americana is good choice. 50 m from best Eilat beaches and Center of North Resort zone, airport and New Shopping-and-Attractions Center...More
I'm staying here for the second time, basically it's a run down motel with some perks(pool-to frozen to to use but was expected, Jacuzzi not hot, free breakfast well included in the price) my real issue is the motel is a construction zone from 7am...More
Average hotel, but pretty good and comfortable for it's price. A good swimming pool in the center of hotel with bar-caffe near it. A little sauna. Good breakfast and dinner service. Polite staff. Americana is not a big hotel, but it is comfortable hotel.
We spent two nights here so that we could visit Petra. The hotel was basic and clean, with large rooms similar to those you get in motels, and even a small kitchen range if you wanted to cook toast or similar (although no cooking utensils!)....More
US$94 - US$319 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, The hotel is Kosher. It provides Shabat diner (Friday evening). It does not provide lunch, but Shabat's breakfast is served until late and dinner is served early, so usually people skip lunch.