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Daniel Dead Sea Hotel
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Reviewed February 28, 2012

I can't say anything nice about the Daniel . Dirty , Loud , Filthy pool , Rooms were terrible . Bad food . Tried to find another hotel .The hotel right next store was Nirvana !!!Unfortunately they didn't have room for us . We dined at there restaurant amazing ... Then we had to go back to the Daniel to spend the night . Couldn't wait to get out of there . Out of all the places in the world I have traveled to . Worst hotel

Room Tip: Don't stay here !!!!!!!!!! Check out the hotel next store Amazing
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank scarletsayz
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Reviewed February 21, 2012

Our tour group had the opportunity to stay only one night at this resort. We would have liked to have been able to stay longer.
On the plus side:
Beautiful hotel, nice large room, wonderful pool area, one free beer from the bar, and easy walking access (shuttle service too) to the beach area to float in the Dead Sea- which I HIGHLY recommend!
On the negative side:
Many of our group had prearranged to have spa treatments. The pedicure I received was a terrible disappointment! $34 US and not worth it at all! Just a stool in a cold room with NO music, tea, leg massage...only a short foot scrub (NO DEAD SEA PRODUCTS WERE USED!) she trimmed my nails too short, basic painting my nails - no designs, flowers, etc. then she left the room without saying anything- I guess we were finished. My mom got a manicure- they didn't even take of her existing nail polish! They trimmed her cuticles and painted polish over her existing polish. Another friend had the pedicure as well and her attendant cut her nail so far back that her toe bled!
Another negative- they beach attendant closed the beach area an entire hour earlier than our paperwork said it would close! Big negative for this beach lover!
I do recommend this hotel- but beware of the negatives.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank bonholly
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Reviewed February 7, 2012

We were 3 adults and stayed here for 2 nights last December.
It is a very good hotel.
When we, as individuals, check in a group arrived, but the staff knew how to deal with everyone and I didn’t feel any pressure.
The clerk, name Theodor, was a great person.
He saw that we were 3 so he upgraded us to a bigger room, every time we needed something he was there for us.
The room was big, new and had a balcony facing the pool and the Dead Sea.
Great view!!!
The food at breakfast and dinner is like all five stars hotel in Israel, a very rich buffet, very fresh and tasty.
The spa area is big and "joins" the outdoor pull. When we were there it was crowded (maybe because of the group).
I recommend this hotel year around !

Room Tip: A room with a balcony
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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Thank aih60
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Reviewed February 4, 2012

We were lucky enough to have a room with a balcony that gave a wonderful view of the sea and the pretty hotel pool. Those on the opposite side of the corridor had a view of what looked like a wall, but was maybe a hill, very close to their windows.

The food was varied and plentiful, but was closer to cafetaria type food than good hotel cuisine. Tasted a little industrial.

The breakfast was par for Israeli hotel breakfasts, only complaint was very weak coffee.
Another problem was a flock of birds, swooping down to the tables to gather up napkins, flying up toward the ceiling and dropping the napkins? What's with this?
Not very hygienic, considering that the birds have to get rid of their wastes.

The bed was very large, very comfortable and the blanket and pillows were excellent.
I'm very fussy about pillows!

Room Tip: Insist on a room which faces the lake and pool, not the other side. And not all of the rooms facing the lake, afford a view of the lake, some are too far toward the side of the hotel, and you cant see the water. Also ask for a balcony.
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled on business
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Thank littledebnewyork
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Reviewed December 25, 2011

It appears to be one of the best hotels in the dead sea area. We stayed in a family room, which had a decent size, and the room was pretty well maintained.
The hotel is just a 5 minute walk from the beach, and just a 10 minute walk from a small shopping center.
There is a ridiculously small parking lot, which means that most of the time you have to park pretty far from the hotel.
The food in the hotel restaurant is pretty good, BUT there is a flock of birds practically living IN the hotel restaurant, and you can imagine the consequences. It is a bit disgusting.

In our next stay in the dead sea we will probably try a different hotel.

Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
Thank TalMizrahi
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