Jordan’s Dead Sea Resort Hotels: Sleep Over or Day Visit?

By Paul Read (Moderator), a Travel Enthusiast

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A trip to the Jordanian Dead Sea offers two memorable “travel musts”: a visit to the lowest solid ground on earth, 420 metres below sea level and an opportunity to float on one of the saltiest seas

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More information on Jordan’s Dead Sea Resort Hotels: Sleep Over or Day Visit?:

Author:
Paul Read (Moderator)
Traveller type:
Travel Enthusiast
Guide rating:
4
Average: 4 (2 votes)
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First uploaded:
20 December 2010
Last updated:
2 years 30 weeks 6 days 12 hours 50 min 6 sec ago
Destinations featured:
Trip types:
Activity, Beach, Food and Drink
Budget level:
Expensive
Free tags / Keywords:
food and drink, tips, taxis, getting around, Dead Sea Swimming, spa resorts

Paul recommends

Hotels

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1. Marriott Jordan Valley Resort
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2. Moevenpick Resort And Spa Dead Sea
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3. Dead Sea Spa
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Didn't know this guide existed Paul, it seems to've zipped through the home page!
Liked the guide but most certainly won't be going there- sounds like just about everything I dislike in a holiday, and my not going will hopefully conserve the water supply a little longer. Good guide though

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Brilliant opening paragraph! It sets the scene really well for what the Dead Sea is all about.

This is a very usable and practical guide and I can see it being invaluable for anybody planning to visit the Dead Sea. It has everything you need to know about getting there, hotels, restaurants and costs. Do you have any photos of the hotel you stayed in?

I like your little tips generously scattered through the guide and the funny comment about the Dead Sea mud.

You mention that you visited Madaba- will you write a guide about this town?

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