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Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa
Why we like it
- Spectacular views of the Dead Sea
- The Kid's Club, a fully-supervised child-friendly area with interactive activities
- Thalgo Spa spread over 6000m2 with 30 treatment rooms
- Three swimming pools including a dedicated children's pool
- With eight restaurants and lounges offering delectable cuisine from International buffets and mouth-watering Lebanese home cooking
- Excellent leisure facilities
- An excellent choice for couples and families alike looking for a relaxing couple of days at the Dead Sea and value for money
Indulge in a spa treatment especially for you and allow the skilled staff to relax and revitalise mind and body in this unique setting.
Thank you so much for organising a very elaborate and a wonderful tour tailored for us to visit Jordan and Israel. The itinerary was perfect and things went really smooth from the pick up at the airport until the drop off at Tel Aviv airport. Everyone from Airport Supervisor Motasem Rababah, driver Sami in Jordan, all the guides and to the driver George in Jerusalem were all very patient and helpful.
- RS, London
Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa is an excellent resort style hotel boasting 420 rooms and suites including one Presidential and one Royal suite with a selection boasting sea views. The hotel has a great array of leisure facilities including 'The Lake', a 5,500m³ swimming pool complemented by an outdoor dining space and a 300m sandy beach with private cabanas. There is also a beach side heated pool with infinity views and a large Jacuzzi. The Promenade has panoramic views of the Dead Sea and is a lovely place to sit and relax or take a short stroll. The Thalgo Spa offers a calming space covering 6,000m2 including 30 treatment rooms, three indoor heated hydrotherapy pools, a Dead Sea Salt Water Pool a fitness centre and a beauty salon.
Best time to be there
March to May and September to November are best times to be in the country, but Jordan's Mediterranean climate is pleasant all year round. Lightweight clothes are advised between May and September. Warmer clothes are necessary for winter and cool summer evenings. Rainwear is needed from November to April. It has been known to snow as far south as Petra.
Amman (British Midland International - daily, Royal Jordanian - daily)
5 hours direct
GMT +2 hours
Required - obtainable in advance or on arrival
No mandatory vaccinations
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