At a Glance
- Entry-level resort on the Dead Sea
- Superb range of pools and facilities
- Sea View Rooms
- Host of excellent restaurants and bars
For those who don’t fancy paying the large premium to stay in the Movenpick Dead Sea or Kempinski Ishtar, the Hilton Dead Sea is a great choice. In actual fact, they are all right next to each other, so the views are exactly the same.
The Hilton Dead Sea Resort & Spa has a contemporary style, and has a superb range of guest facilities, the highlight of which are the two infinity swimming pools. The beach is also arguably the best in the Dead Sea. There are 285 rooms at the Hilton Dead Sea, with all guest rooms 32sqm and feature terraces on the ground floor, or sea views on higher floors. You’ll find 42 inch HD TVs, 250 thread-count sheets, and walk-in rain showers. There are also Family Terrace Rooms which feature two interconnecting rooms.
There are seven restaurants and bars at the Hilton Dead Sea, offering a diverse selection of cuisine. Spectrum is the main restaurant, offering various cooking stations from pizzas to Asian dishes. Bacchus specialises in Italian cuisine, and is located beside the pool. 1312 features contemporary Lebanese cuisine from acclaimed chef Joe Barza. Infinity provides a poolside service, Sky Bar & Lounge overlooks the Dead Sea on top of the hotel, Vue is the Italian coffee shop and the Beach Bar serves those down beside the Dead Sea.
As well as floating on the Dead Sea, you can head out on cultural excursions. Consider visiting Wadi Mujib, Bethany-on-the-Jordan, Madaba, Mt Nebo or Amman.