Isrotel has just announced the acquisition of a new hotel on the shores of the Dead Sea, making it the hotel group’s twelfth hotel in Israel.
The former Caesar Premier Dead Sea has reopened as the Isrotel Dead Sea Resort & Spa and is undergoing a $2 million renovation.
The hotel lies on a private beach and provides direct access to the Dead Sea with its renowned therapeutic properties.
Isrotel Dead Sea Resort & Spa’s standout feature will be the spa offering health and beauty treatments in 24 treatment rooms. Spa packages, incorporating Isrotel’s own line of spa products which use locally sourced ingredients, include mineral mud treatments with aromatic oils, massages, body peeling, salt baths and pampering treatments. The spa will also boast two Dead Sea water pools as well as two sulphur pools.
The hotel will have 298 rooms, all with balconies and sea and pool views, including deluxe rooms, business rooms, junior suites, and premier suites. Other hotel facilities will comprise two freshwater pools, a private beach for the hotel’s guests, a business centre, banqueting halls, a luxurious dining room plus a poolside restaurant.
The Dead Sea is set within a dramatic landscape and lies on the lowest point on earth - 413 metres below sea level. It boasts a year-round good climate, important historical sites, rare animals, the world’s saltiest lake and the famous black Dead Sea mud with its health-giving ingredients.
Reli Slonim Isrotel Director of Marketing & Sales comments: “The Dead Sea region is a fantastic holiday destination which is renowned for its health benefits and excellent climate. We are excited to be opening an Isrotel property on the Dead Sea shores, which will offer guests high quality accommodation and a world-class spa, and thereby provide our customers with an even greater choice of destinations within Israel at which to spend their holiday.”