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Was here for one night this April and I must say it was surprising. The service was great. Front desk staff was polite and gave an explanation about hotel services, room location, entertainment time and food services. Pool side looked very nice and clean with...More
Location is 10 min walking to the beach. Room with view to swimming pool was nice, quiet, very comfortable beds. Very tasteful meal. And special thanks to Americana team for help in some situations, i.e. printing boarding passes.
Price is cheap.
Breakfast is various, but not that tasty.
Wifi signal was fine.
Service is also good.
Location is fine, 10 minutes from the beach.
Design was renewed so the reception is very beautiful, but rooms design is ugly.
Soundproof doesn't exist there, so...More
Lived in room 200. Breakfast and dinner was just great. The staff is very friendly. Almost all speak Russian language. The location is very convenient to the sea 10 minutes on foot. In room tea, coffee. Good free Internet.
Checked in to a filthy room-227. Outdated room, stains on the carpet, broken bath, and on top of that- construction workers all around and dust everywhere. Unfortunately only after rigorous explanations to the guy in the front desk he agreed to transfer me to a...More
US$107 - US$357 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#21 Spa Hotel in Eilat
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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.