The Hotel name that [...]provided was dated. It had been changed from Carlton (the name that... See full review
Jul 2, 2011
a Total Rip Off
[...] First of all, the hotel has a different name as of 4 years ago. We spent 1 hour looking for... See full review
Jul 28, 2010
The hotel has a wide choice of guest services including laundry, pool, baby- sitter, health and beauty centre, Dead Sea salt water pool, mud pack and more. 10.08 This is a modern building of a glass, steel and concrete construction. The hotel is located in Ein Bokek on the mountain side facing the Dead Sea with convenient bus and taxi transportation services throughout the day.
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The hotel's 142 rooms are medium in size and are kept in good condition along with the bathrooms. All rooms have a private bathroom, television, radio and private refrigerator. They are well decorated and air-conditioned.
24 hour room service
RV or truck parking
The hotel has a dining room with daily meals, a beer garden and outdoor pub disco.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
The Hotel name that [...]provided was dated. It had been changed from Carlton (the name that [...]) provided, to Oasis. It happened probably 5 years ago, and most of the locals did not know about it. Fortunately, we found an older fellow that
remember the hotel name. [...]
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Most hotels in Israel charge for internet, for a service provided by Smartnet. Smartnet was kludgy, and we had to call service (at a high rate, since our phones were roaming) to get support. There are lots of places that provide free WIFI. In En-Bokek, there is a McDonalds, Cafecafe and a lot of other restaurants with internet. Bring your own computer...
[...] First of all, the hotel has a different name as of 4 years ago. We spent 1 hour looking for it. The rooms are old and dilapidated. Elevator area stunk like sewage. All guests were upset about the condition of the common area and the rooms.
The pool was a joke. Rooms were clean but small and needed to be renovated. Do yourself a favor and don't stay here. If you want to visit the Dead Sea, stay in Jerusalem and pay a day long visit to it.