Today the landscape has turned towards a more eclectic approach. Tourism not only feeds on the waters, it also takes advantage of the endless alternatives that surround the visit to the Dead Sea. This gives us three luxury options to dive into the largest natural spa in the world.
Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Inspired by the mythical gardens of Babylon, this hotel has 318 arabesque-style rooms and suites, all overlooking the Dead Sea. It also has 10 freshwater pools and the longest private beach in Jordan, which allows you to enjoy the magical ultraviolet light that filters the Dead Sea waters.
To eat, the Kempinski Hotel Ishtar has two of the best a la carte restaurants of national and international food coordinated by the prestigious chef Hazem Arabiyat. Also with two grills specializing in fast food, and several bars to enjoy cocktails and snacks.
Price: 180-840 euros per night. Dead Sea Road / Sweimeh / Tel: (00962) 5 356 8888 / e-mail: email@example.com / More information www.kempinski-deadsea.com
Jordan Valley Marriott Resort & Spa The Jordan Valley Marriott’s spa offers invigorating and beauty treatments that take advantage of natural elements taken directly from the Dead Sea. It also has an extensive program of activities, many of them focused on families, and a modern fitness center with the latest technological applications. Italian, American or international cuisine and red meat or barbecue style, are some of the Gastronomic specialties that can be found among the dining options offered by this hotel.Price: 160-2,500 euros per night. Dead Sea Road / Sweimeh / Tel: (00962) 5 3560400 / More information: www.marriott.com