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Royal Beach Eilat by Isrotel Exclusive
4.3/525 Reviews

Royal Beach Eilat by Isrotel Exclusive

Eilat|0.29km from Harbour Bridge
Located in Eilat, Royal Beach Eilat by Isrotel exclusive is on the beach, within a 5-minute walk of Mifrats Beach and Harbor Bridge. This luxury hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Ice Mall and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Eilat Marina.Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna. This hotel also features complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and babysitting (surcharge).Enjoy American cuisine at Ranch House, one of the hotel's 5 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of the 24-hour room service. Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge, the beach bar, or the poolside bar. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Eilat? This hotel has 6458 square feet (600 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and meeting rooms. Limited parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 353 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and minibars. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
King Solomon by Isrotel Collection
4.1/566 Reviews

King Solomon by Isrotel Collection

Eilat|0.33km from Harbour Bridge
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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Dan Panorama Eilat
4.2/550 Reviews

Dan Panorama Eilat

Eilat|0.33km from Harbour Bridge
The last time I was at the Dan Panorama Eilat was in 2019, Pre Pandemic. Truthfully, I was not sure what to expect. I was not disappointed. Let's start with check-in. I arrived at the hotel at 10 PM. Due to the new App that the Dan hotel has, I was able to already be checked in. By the tie I got to the hotel, all the receptionist needed to do was hand me my key. After a long flight and long drive to the hotel, that was exactly what I needed when I got to the hotel. Also, the receptionist on duty was kind, professional and friendly. Food- The dining room breakfast is very good. They have something for everyone. Different Fishes, cheeses & vegetables. They have plenty of different types of egg, pancakes, cereals and pastries as well. Personally I loved the fruit. I also ate dinner in the hotel dinning room. They had a huge selection of foods for everyone. Personally, I thought the entrecote burgers they had were absolutely amazing. The room- I booked a terrace level room. It comes with a large terrace and jacuzzi. When the sun rose and set, the terrace was a great place to be. The room was spacious and clean. Executive lounge- Along with the terrace level room came access to the executive lounge. This is a great place to relax after a great day of touring. While the selections are not a lot, what they have is good. Also, they do have items in the kitchen they are not put out like soup and pastas. The mushroom cheese ravioli I had was out of this world. Service- There was on issue that happened during my stay. However, once the hotel heard about it, I was immateriality contacted by Ruet of Guest Services and she handled the situation with the utmost professionalism. For, that, I thank her! The one piece of advice I have is the hotel should re-evaluate certain times within the hotel. For example, the dining room opens at 7:30 AM. This is a little late if your starting your day early. The executive lounge closes at 9 PM. This seems a little early. These are just suggestions and should not be seen as any type of criticism. All in all, I had a wonderful time at the hotel and will certainly return.

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King Solomon by Isrotel Collection
4.1/566 Reviews
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.
U Magic Palace
4.5/513 Reviews
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.
Queen of Sheba Eilat
4.2/572 Reviews
The service was great !!! Receptionists were just so courteous the whole process was pretty straight forward and we were on our way to the rooms (if you have a friend who looks like a famous singer they will upgrade you !! Who would have known ) btw they upgraded to the rooms with a porch and a crazy view of the cities lagoon !! The bed is comfortable , the whole situation was so nice , breakfast was full of goods and a classic to Israeli cuisine !! Awesome !!
Astral Palma Hotel
3.9/532 Reviews
The hotel is super good,the service in the reception and dining room is very nice. The food is excellent you got a lot of choices. The room is big and decorated well and the upscale us to a room with balcony to the pool it is super nice of them I recommend you to visit Astral Palma I have no regrets going to this hotel and the price is actually low compared to the other hotels.
Dan Eilat Hotel
4.5/563 Reviews
Had a great time at Dan Eilat. I was there with my family for 4 days and have to say the hotel was accommodating, extremely clean, friendly staff and great service. I also hosted the Capital Market Conference there and it was a great success, much due to the amazing hospitality and service provided by the hotel staff. I would definitely recommend this hotel to my friends and colleagues.
Caesar Premier Eilat Hotel
4.4/562 Reviews
The Caesar in Eilat was the most disappointing hotel for me during my 25 days of sightseeing in Israel. From the environment to the facilities and the attitude of the staff, it is completely different from Caesar in Tiberias. The hotel environment is extremely ordinary, completely inconsistent with the level it is marked on, and the room facilities are outdated. The first thing I noticed when I checked in was that the balcony door was broken. I called and asked for repairs. The repairman was very nice but they had to go back and forth several times to get tools and it took more than an hour to fix it. The sound insulation of the hotel is very poor, and the room given seems to be a room on the podium floor, and the corridor is crowded. The breakfast environment is also noisy and the food is not rich. Fortunately, we only booked one night and moved to another hotel nearby the next day.

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Eilat Travel Guide

Brief Description of Harbour Bridge:

Eilat's Harbour Bridge is a iconic landmark that connects the city to the stunning Red Sea. This picturesque bridge not only serves as a functional pathway but also offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area. With its vibrant blue hues and sleek design, Harbour Bridge is a must-visit spot for visitors to Eilat.

Must-Experience Things and Uniqueness of Harbour Bridge:

  • Take a leisurely stroll along the bridge and soak in the stunning views of the Red Sea.
  • Marvel at the vibrant sunset as the sun dips below the horizon, casting a golden glow over the bridge.
  • Experience the bridge at night when it comes alive with colorful lights, creating a magical atmosphere.
  • Capture Insta-worthy photos with the bridge as your backdrop, perfect for your vacation memories.
  • Visit the nearby attractions such as the Underwater Observatory Marine Park and Dolphin Reef, both within walking distance from the bridge.

Better to Know Before Visiting Harbour Bridge:

Before visiting Harbour Bridge, keep in mind the following tips to make your experience even better:

  • Wear comfortable shoes as you will be doing a fair amount of walking.
  • Don't forget your camera or smartphone to capture the stunning views.
  • Check the weather forecast before your visit to ensure a pleasant experience.
  • Plan your visit during off-peak hours to avoid crowds and enjoy a more peaceful atmosphere.
  • Bring sunscreen and a hat to protect yourself from the sun's rays.

Transportation Near Harbour Bridge:

When it comes to transportation near Harbour Bridge, there are several options available:

  • Eilat Airport: Located approximately 5 kilometers away from Harbour Bridge, the airport offers domestic and international flights.
  • Eilat Central Bus Station: Situated just 1 kilometer from the bridge, the bus station provides easy access to various destinations in Eilat.
  • Eilat Railway Station: Although Eilat does not have a railway station, the nearby city of Be'er Sheva has a station that connects to Eilat via bus or taxi.

Tips for Booking Hotels Near Harbour Bridge in Eilat:

  • Consider booking a hotel with a balcony or terrace to enjoy the stunning views of Harbour Bridge.
  • Check for hotels that offer complimentary breakfast to kickstart your day with a delicious meal.
  • Look for hotels with on-site parking if you plan on renting a car during your stay.
  • Read reviews from previous guests to get an idea of the hotel's cleanliness, service, and overall experience.
  • Compare prices and amenities offered by different hotels to find the best value for your money.
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