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U Magic Palace
4.5/513 Reviews

U Magic Palace

Eilat|0.88km from Eilat
I stayed at the hotel between 17.5 and 21.5. The hotel is outdated, the dining room is reasonable and the pool is standard. However the customer service is very poor. We booked a room for 2 people, arrived two co-workers, got a room with a double bed. We were told to call room service and they would come and split the beds. We called, the guy who arrived said that the beds can not be changed because the base does not allow it in the room and if you want you can arrange the sofa bed as a bed - in the same breath he recommended calling the reception to change our room. I went to the reception, I mentioned the situation, the clerk could not help and referred me to the hotel manager - she just shouted at me that I should not come to her or contact her, I told her that the receptionist referred me to her so I came - it did not really interest her. Realizing that another room I was not really going to get, I asked the room service to arrange the sofa for the bed. Room service arrived again and brought us a blanket sheet and pillow. I called customer service, said I did not pay less than any guest at the hotel, why should one of us sleep on a couch ?? The employee told me she had nothing to do, I asked a principal to get back to me. To this day (after the holiday) I am waiting for the same call. We slept with two adults when one was in bed and one on a couch (that could not be opened!) For an entire vacation. Another point, you can also get- Room with a view of the garbage cans and a wake-up call at 7 a.m. with a truck coming to evacuate them.
King Solomon by Isrotel Collection
4.1/566 Reviews

King Solomon by Isrotel Collection

Eilat|1.14km from Eilat
Mostly good with a few ******* So my wife and I plus our son stayed here for 3 nights. First the good: Check in was easy, the room was clean and the service was good. Breakfast was very good even by Israeli standards which is saying something since even the not so great hotels in Israel pride themselves on good Breakfast. We opted for dinner at the hotel buffet the first night which was reasonably priced (imo) at 95 NIS and was also pretty good (on an Israel scale of 1-10 I'd give it an 8.5 - that's better than a ten elsewhere). We also opted for shabbat dinner which was also very good. There were a broad array of religious people there ranging from not religious to orthodox (though I did not note many black yalmulka types). For reference there was a shabbat morning Minyan that had about 40-50 people so I didn't feel out of place. The hotel is also about a 5 minute walk to the boardwalk and across the street from a little mall which was also nice. Bedding was good and they had set up a second small bed in the room for my son which I appreciated (rather then turning down the sofa or nothing at all). Now the not so good: While the room was decent sized by Israeli standards the bathroom was subpar. Not only was it a bit dated and needed a refresh but they put us for some reason in a handicap room. Normally that means a larger bathroom not a more cramped one but that wasn't the case here. It was so bad that the toilet basically makes you tuck your legs under the sink when using it. I have never seen anything like it. It also had a swing away glass door /wall that would not fully close and there was no way to prevent water from going everywhere when bathing. Management clearly knew this because there was a squeegy in the room. Also, the the accessible equipment bolted to the wall it made a cramped space even worse. The other ****** was parking . They basically have none (not uncommon in Israeli hotels). This only gets the hotel a small ding as there is an underground garage about 1 block away that is just 35 NIS (around $9) to park per day. I thought that was reasonable. Pro tip - if you use the garage keep your reciept if you plan on returning. They charge per day and they will give you credit if you come back within the 24 hour period but they won't print you a new ticket so you won't be able to pay on the way out the second time unless you kept it. One other word for the wise - stay on floors 3 or 4. The elevators that service the other floors get VERY busy - but there are 2 elevators that just service these 2 floors that are not busy. All in all I would stay here again though I'd insist on a non-handicapped room.

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Sunset Inn
3.9/59 Reviews

Sunset Inn

Eilat|0.04km from Eilat
Was originally going to stay here for a week, but my family preferred to stay in an actual B&B that a hotel, so I tried to cancel my booking a few days after I made it over 2 weeks in advance. The host of the place ignored the cancellation and when I tried calling him he pretended he didn't know any English. Finally via a third party we got our stay there cancelled with the exception of the last day, we agreed to stay for one night because he was refusing any refund whatsoever. And for one night he charged 1000 shekels rather than the normal price. Also adding a service fee and his own ”cancellation fee” making the price of the room more than that at a nice hotel, or even comparable to a week stay at the other b&b we stayed in. (which was far far nicer and had all of the essential amenities) However, the person who runs the place is rude and a money hungry con artist. The only reason why we even considered the place to begin with is that we were told that we would have 2 rooms, 3 beds, with a Jacuzzi bath. My elderly mother wanted to soak in the jacuzzi tub. When we arrived we found out that the guy who had pretended not to speak any English when I had called multiple times, was actually fluent he just didn't want to do it and ended up adding fees for late cancellation, when he was the one who refused to communicate. He gave us a terrible room, it was 4 beds in one room with a shower, nothing at all like the room we were advertised. And when we confronted him about it, he didn't care nor did he attempt to rectify the situation. I told him that what he was doing was false advertising, and that it's illegal. He didn't care and then went on a ramble about how this was the standard in eilat and we don't know, when it's obviously not judging by EVERY other place we went to and stayed at. The free parking mean you park on he side of the street wherever you can. Thier great location means tucked away in a dirty construction area in a one way alley, whatever nearby stores they spoke of are closed down. And it's certainly more than 10 min walk to the beach. There was only one working outlet for 5 people, and almost no essential amenities such as toilet paper, towels, blankets etc. The place was dirty and the bathroom was moldy, there was no privacy, the doors are designed so you cannot lock them for security or privacy, terrible lighting and no natural light, the blanket provided was so small that an average adult can't fit under it, the beds were hard and lumpy and the room was chilly and humid. I was unable to sleep at all during my stay, niether was my wife, mother or children able to rest or relax in that prison cell style room. We will never be back to this place again, nor will we ever recommend this place to anyone. The common areas are cute and cozy, but the plants are not maintained. What was once a beautiful garden is now a dilapidated mess of slowly dying plants. If you are considering it now, I warn you now. DO NOT STAY

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Sunset Inn
3.9/59 Reviews
Was originally going to stay here for a week, but my family preferred to stay in an actual B&B that a hotel, so I tried to cancel my booking a few days after I made it over 2 weeks in advance. The host of the place ignored the cancellation and when I tried calling him he pretended he didn't know any English. Finally via a third party we got our stay there cancelled with the exception of the last day, we agreed to stay for one night because he was refusing any refund whatsoever. And for one night he charged 1000 shekels rather than the normal price. Also adding a service fee and his own ”cancellation fee” making the price of the room more than that at a nice hotel, or even comparable to a week stay at the other b&b we stayed in. (which was far far nicer and had all of the essential amenities) However, the person who runs the place is rude and a money hungry con artist. The only reason why we even considered the place to begin with is that we were told that we would have 2 rooms, 3 beds, with a Jacuzzi bath. My elderly mother wanted to soak in the jacuzzi tub. When we arrived we found out that the guy who had pretended not to speak any English when I had called multiple times, was actually fluent he just didn't want to do it and ended up adding fees for late cancellation, when he was the one who refused to communicate. He gave us a terrible room, it was 4 beds in one room with a shower, nothing at all like the room we were advertised. And when we confronted him about it, he didn't care nor did he attempt to rectify the situation. I told him that what he was doing was false advertising, and that it's illegal. He didn't care and then went on a ramble about how this was the standard in eilat and we don't know, when it's obviously not judging by EVERY other place we went to and stayed at. The free parking mean you park on he side of the street wherever you can. Thier great location means tucked away in a dirty construction area in a one way alley, whatever nearby stores they spoke of are closed down. And it's certainly more than 10 min walk to the beach. There was only one working outlet for 5 people, and almost no essential amenities such as toilet paper, towels, blankets etc. The place was dirty and the bathroom was moldy, there was no privacy, the doors are designed so you cannot lock them for security or privacy, terrible lighting and no natural light, the blanket provided was so small that an average adult can't fit under it, the beds were hard and lumpy and the room was chilly and humid. I was unable to sleep at all during my stay, niether was my wife, mother or children able to rest or relax in that prison cell style room. We will never be back to this place again, nor will we ever recommend this place to anyone. The common areas are cute and cozy, but the plants are not maintained. What was once a beautiful garden is now a dilapidated mess of slowly dying plants. If you are considering it now, I warn you now. DO NOT STAY
Comfort boutique hotel and spa
3.7/56 Reviews
Clean and hygienic Service: Good
Brown Lighthouse Eilat, a Member of Brown Hotels
4.1/536 Reviews
The hotel itself is decent enough and in a good area and all the major areas of Eilat are accessible, with shops and restaurants well within walking distance of the hotel. The room was decent and fairly sized and all the in room amenities were good. The breakfast was also nice with a wide variety and well presented. Where did the hotel fall short. When our room was serviced the beside were not made the duvets were just thrown out over the maters not at all remade. The main thing and it’s simple to fix , the staff were rude , disinterested and barely smiled. I would say they scowled more then anything. The front desk staff were the nicest of the lot but the lady that requested your room number for breakfast was literally so rude I was shocked. The other negative was the parking area for the hotel and the reception area outside of the hotel were filthy. Litter everywhere and no care that it’s the hotel grounds. For what you are paying I thought it was genuinely average.
Red Sea Hotel
3/523 Reviews
Pros (many) Shiran, Vivi, Sivan reception attendants were professional ++ Price: even cheaper than Eilat youth Hostel with a full breakfast 1. Room Basic But Spacious + Kettle, coffee, tea, big fridge + Bathroom with really strong pressure and very hot water which is great 2. Parking + 25sh/day but enough free spaces not far, easy to find (I found 3 different areas very close or close enough) 3. Good/Bad (depending on your preferences) Location: right at the center of Eilat 4. Free Sunbeds 20min walk till Maman Beach, but then... free 5. Breakfast ++ very good, great diversity No tailor made espresso nor eggs but then for this price what you get is way more than expected Just look at the attached pictures Cons (many as well) Shiran, Vivi, Sivan reception attendants were just professional, not really nice nor pleasant Room: just Basic 1. Noise - one of the worst hotels ever Not soundproof at all: I even heard my neighbors' alarm clock at 4:50Workers and neighbors spoke loudly and even shouted in the very long corridor. They felt obliged to share their joy and happiness when coming back from a restaurant or nightclub at 12pm, 1am, 2am and up till 4am...awful Fortunately I had brought my earplugs with me. 2.Window and Curtain There is Always some light. No real darkness Fortunately I had brought my sleeping mask 3. TV hardly visible: less than 10 stations but worse, quality was awful) 4. Location: not really close to from the beach (10min walk when …hot) 15-20min walk till the sun beds on Maman Beach, but then again … free But then again... you'll have to cope with rap music or worse ”wailing” middle eastern music, at full volume of course. Not everyone cup of tea Bottom line: for the price and breakfast otherwise...
Melio Hotel Eilat
3.9/542 Reviews
It is a very basic hotel. As a positive point in the reception you have a coffee shop 24 hours to make your coffee as you want free and water dispensers.

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