The lobby is large with few seatings available
Its a low rise resort
Conveniently nestled in the resort's main building with natural stone floors echo the stunning natural surroundings, flowing out to a spacious balcony or terrace with outdoor furniture and magnificent views of the Dead Sea.
The main restaurant is large, nicely decorated. It serves rich buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner
The hotel lies gracefully in the Jordan Valley and on the shores of the largest spa in the world and lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea, at 400 metres below sea level. This gem is situated 70 km Southwest of Queen Alia International Airport and 55 km Southwest of Amman, capital of the Kingdom of Jordan.