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The Mövenpick Dead Sea Resort

The Mövenpick Dead Sea Resort, Dead Sea, Jordan

Styled as a Nabatean village, a lush garden and trickling stream run through the heart of this hotel, giving a tranquil and relaxing air. From the elegant marble lobby, complete with traditional inlaid wooden tables, the resort winds down towards the shores of the Dead Sea, with the rooms being located in several village-styled wings. The décor throughout is modern, whilst the furnishings have strong Arabic influences.

The pool has an infinity edge, so it appears to blend seamlessly with the Dead Sea, and there are steps down to the shore for those who want to try the real thing. The exclusive Sanctuary Zara Spa offers a range of wonderful treatments, including many that involve the therapeutic mud and waters of the Dead Sea.

Our rating: First Class

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