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Holiday Inn Dead Sea

Holiday Inn Dead Sea, Dead Sea, Jordan

The Holiday Inn is a large complex that provides an excellent base from which to enjoy the Dead Sea. There are 202 rooms in total, with four adult swimming pools on different tiers that gradually lead down to the private beach. The style throughout is clean, contemporary and colorful without being overly fussy. It is an excellent hotel for families or couples, and the beach is possibly the best of any of the Dead Sea hotels.

Each of the spacious, modern rooms have flat screen televisions, en suite bathrooms with a bathtub, and balconies looking out to the pool (or sometimes the Dead Sea itself). There are also 15 suites, which have a separate sitting room and two bathrooms and balconies. Wireless internet is free all around the hotel and there is also a spa and gym.

Our rating: Medium

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