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Reviewed 23 April 2018

This older hotel lies some distance from the beach. The prices are lower than those of the newer hotels on the front, but still expensive.
Guests have to use the public beach. Nor does the hotel offer sunloungers on the beach, which must be paid for. In the changing booth were lying blood-soaked, used tampons and pads.
With the exception of a nice waitress and one male receptionist the staff were incredibly bad-mannered and unhelpful.
The self-service dinner and breakfast were adequate, but must be consumed in the midst of a noisy scrum of guests jostling for the dishes.
NOTE : there is no bar on the hotel itself, and no alcoholic drink, except at the small but behind the swimming pool, at exorbitant prices.
The room was fine although the antique pillows were uncomfortable.
In general, Ein Bakok is a truly bleak and dismal place. There is a tiny shopping mall.

Room Tip: Ask for sea view
  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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shiran t, Front Office Manager at Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea, responded to this reviewResponded 6 May 2018



Thank you for your response to the site, we were sorry to read that, the hospitality experience at the hotel was not satisfactory, your forests were transferred to the relevant managers for further handling.
For our guests' convenience, a beach and spa services are provided at the Leonardo Club.
With shuttles from the hotel and back.
We look forward to seeing you again in the future.
Best regards,
twizer shiran

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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

If there was a feature to record sound I would have shared how LOUD the hotel os after 10pm. I visited with my 2 boys last week and was placed in room 113 on the first floor. The noise was so loud my kids could not fall asleep : Karaoke night till midnight full volume from the lobby, families shouting to each other in the hallway amd a refrigerator so old it made a very loud noise all night (i turned it off). Hotel is very mediocre and run down. Very old, outdated and the smell of a cheap management approach is reaking.
I would sleep in tent next time rather than the noisy Leonardo inn...
On the positive : relatively cheap.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled with family
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shiran t, Front Office Manager at Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea, responded to this reviewResponded 8 April 2018

dear guest '
We were sorry to read, because the hospitality experience at the hotel was not to your satisfaction, your forests were transferred to the security officer for the purpose of drawing lessons and learning,
The entertainment activity in the lobby is held until 23:00 to the satisfaction of our guests, and in accordance with the Noise Law in Israel.
We look forward to seeing you again in the future.
Best regards,
Toyzer Shiran
Reception Manager

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Reviewed 17 February 2018 via mobile

We stayed at the hotel for three days, two nights.
The hotel needs a renovation. The building and the corridors looks old. The rooms were OK and clean.
The food at the dining hall was OK, nothing fancy. The sea is about ten minutes walk.
The staff was friendly, especially the staff of the dining hall.
We got a fair deal for the price we payed.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled with family
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shiran t, Front Office Manager at Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea, responded to this reviewResponded 3 March 2018

Thank you for your response to the site, we were happy to read that the hotel accommodations were to your satisfaction, your maintenance forests were transferred to the relevant managers.
We look forward to seeing you again in the future.
Best regards,
TWIZER Shiran
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

The hotel is in the need of serious update, but they are working on it. It is located in the middle of the Ein Bokek, not directly on the beach. The rooms are with tiny balcony and tiny bathroom as well, but clean. There is a coffee and tea making facilities in the room. The pool area is nice but it was closed in January. The hotel does not have any spa so they give you a voucher to entrance a spa of the Hod hotel which is near, by the beach. The spa is nice - with Sulphur pool free of charge, but because you have to walk for a while to go there with all your belongings, it is worth to rent a locker there on the reception (50 shekels). Also you have to take towels from the reception in Leonardo Inn hotel, since the lady at the desk in Hod spa will not give you theirs in the exchange for Leonardo-towel card. (But than I have seen some guests from Leonardo were taking there the towels of Hod spa anyway... they just came and took it). The food was very good, not plentiful but OK for a low season when we were there. Staff were helpful, all of them spoke English. Only during check-in the receptionist was making a great issue about my passport and what kind of visa I have for not being charged with local taxes. The hotel is slightly cheaper than other hotels around - but because the quality of the hotel makes during your visit in the Dead Sea great share of your stay (there is almost nothing to do around) I don't know if the price compensates it enough.

  • Stayed: January 2018, travelled with family
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Thank JulieGi
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shiran t, Public Relations Manager at Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2018


We thank you for your response to the site, and we were happy to read that your stay at the hotel was to your satisfaction.
We look forward to seeing you again in the future.
Best regards,
twizer Shiran Reception Manager

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Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

Close to beach, which is wonderful. Rooms are very dated, but clean. Bed was comfortable. None of staff speak English. Meals were ok, limited variety. The lounge has a Taj Majal theme and patrons sit on cushions, which was unique.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled with family
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shiran t, Front Office Manager at Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea, responded to this reviewResponded 8 February 2018

dear Thank you for choosing the Leonardo Inn Dead Sea. We are pleased that the price was to your satisfaction. In order to provide our guests with a perfect hospitality experience, we offer the spa service and the private beach of Hod Hotel. We look forward to seeing you again among our guests

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