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Located by the Dead Sea, Prima Oasis Hotel provides daycation guests a range of desert delights, from the attraction of the Dead Sea itself to the ancient ruins of Masada, and the natural beauty of Ein Gedi.
Restaurants Galore – Just minutes from the hotel, there is Aroma Cafe restaurant and Middle Eastern cuisine from the Taj Mahal restaurant. Further afield to the west finds a cluster of great dining options, including vegetarian establishment Annamaja Home Culinary, and Muza.
The Dead Sea – The Dead Sea itself is a renowned tourist attraction. Its unique properties enable visitors to float effortlessly, and the lake is famous for its reputed healing powers and unusual composition (circa 33% salt and 400m/1,300 feet below sea level making it the lowest place on the surface of the Earth).
Ancient Ruins – To the north of the hotel is Masada National Park, which includes within its grounds the ancient ruins of Masada, one of the last places to fall to the Romans in the so-called Jewish War written about by Josephus almost two thousand years ago. The ruined fortress is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site offering spectacular views.
Nature Reserve – Further still to the north is the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, a scenic place to enjoy a hike along the trails that weave their way between natural pools and waterfalls.
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Free Wi-Fi throughout.
Breakfast and buffet dinner at on-site Marin restaurant.
Spa and fitness room.
Outdoor swimming pool.
Bicycle rental (extra charge).