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It used to be my favourite view to the Dead Sea, however, after the last time I can assure that I am never coming back there.
1. Swimming pools are not clean at all.
2. Toilets are really dirty with no soap or even toilet...More
The pools are clean
The food is TERRIBLE
The receptionists are good with you until you paid your stay
The room is clean, but not secure at all, the doors may open without the access card, The room window is not closeable :s
Spend a nice relaxing day early april in this place. Realy quiet when you are not visiting on a weekend. Ok it’s not a 5 star resort, but it’s clean enough, the pools are ok and floating in de dead sea is realy an experience....More
We went as part of an organised holiday. Jordan is a stunningly beautiful country but whether travelling through the desert, mountains or Dead Sea there is the most unbelievable amount of plastic waste - especially bottles - and litter everywhere. The problem needs to be...More
The dead sea was an amazing experience. But the facilities of the resort need updating.
The changing rooms are too few for the number of tourists who visit daily. Many had to change outside in front of others. The lockers are too small and you...More
First, the website lists the entry as 15JD, but they insisted and had tickets printed at the front entrance that it was 25JD, 40JD with lunch.
Went on a hot April afternoon and the place as basically empty. I imagine it gets pretty crowded later...More
We went there for an afternoon to be able to bath on Dead Sea. Entry fee is 40JOD, including lunch (but no drinks/water!!), which is not a cheap fare for, in fact, just having access to the Dead Sea. The "beach" is awful, rocky, with...More
This was an afternoon trip after morning in Jerash. Better signage needed to find out where to get towels, better to bring your own if possible. Changing rooms basic and walk down to the Dead Sea not particularly smooth. Once there the weird experince of...More