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Discover Luxury Hospitality at the Royal Beach Hotel Eilat
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Discover Luxury Hospitality at the Royal Beach Hotel Eilat

Discover Luxury Hospitality at the Royal Beach Hotel Eilat

Eilat travel guide

If you’re looking for a luxurious stay in Eilat, the Royal Beach Hotel Eilat is the perfect choice. This flagship hotel of the Isrotel chain offers an exclusive hospitality experience, providing guests with the ultimate relaxation and entertainment.

The hotel is located on the northern coast of Eilat, overlooking the Red Sea and the Adom Mountains. It features 364 suites and rooms, all facing the pools and the sea, ensuring stunning views and a serene atmosphere. The hotel is part of the Isrotel Exclusive hotel group, renowned for its luxury accommodations.

One of the highlights of the Royal Beach Hotel Eilat is the prestigious Carmel Forest Spa. It offers over 70 body, health, and beauty treatments by the best therapists. The spa features a Turkish bath, a sauna, a jacuzzi, a relaxation area, and a gym equipped with the latest training devices. This makes it the perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate.

The culinary experience at the hotel is exceptional, with three exquisite restaurants to choose from. Vista Restaurant, Ranch House Meat Restaurant, and La Cucina Italian Restaurant offer exciting flavors from the Mediterranean and around the world, ensuring a unique dining experience.

In the evening, guests can head out to the bustling promenade by the sea, where they can hang out at the famous Mankis Pub. This pub is a hallmark of Eilat’s vibrant nightlife and hosts live performances by local and international bands every evening. The pub serves a varied menu of beers and alcoholic beverages, alongside light meals.

The Royal Beach Hotel Eilat also offers conference and event halls, equipped with advanced technology. These halls are suitable for conferences of various sizes, brainstorming sessions, management meetings, and more. The hotel’s skilled staff accompanies the conference/event from the initial planning stage to the final and successful execution.

Other amenities at the hotel include a toddler pool, a private beach, an attractions desk, a concierge, a VIP lounge, stores, laundry services, a video game room, a kids club, and entertainment activities. Guests with electric vehicles can charge their cars at the hotel.

For those who keep traditions, the hotel offers a synagogue that operates on Shabbat, a Saturday elevator, lighting of Shabbat candles near the dining room, a mini-bar in the rooms suitable for Shabbat keepers, and glatt kosher food available for pre-order and an additional charge. Late departure on Saturday night is also possible with prior arrangement and an additional fee, subject to hotel occupancy.

In conclusion, the Royal Beach Hotel Eilat is the perfect choice for a luxurious stay in Eilat. With its stunning location, exquisite restaurants, prestigious spa, and exceptional amenities, it offers guests an exclusive hospitality experience. Whether you’re visiting for leisure or business, the hotel’s skilled staff will ensure that you have a comfortable and unforgettable stay.

Eilat Beaches – Swim & Tan in Eilat

Eilat Beaches – Swim & Tan in Eilat

The beautiful, vibrant beaches scattered along the Red Sea coastline, run from the north edge of Eilat Bay, near the Jordanian border, down to south beach near the Egyptian border. The beaches are localized in two major areas – the North Beach, where the main hotel area is located, and the Coral Beach, further south of Eilat. The first is perfect for the more easygoing swimmers, sunbathers and water sport worshipers, whereas the latter serves as the main arena for scuba diving and snorkeling. Dotted with palm trees, straw parasols and lively bars playing music, most of Eilat’s beaches offer vivacious, tropical atmosphere during the day and incredibly romantic feel at night. At the beach, you are likely to see sunbathers from all over the world lying on beach beds just a few steps from the water. Others are busy dining at one of the nearby snack bars, playing “Matkot” (Israeli beach tennis) or simply relax in front of the fascinating vista. After a long day at the beach (remember to wear sunscreen!) it is time to get ready for the perfect finale – Eilat’s sunset. When the sun goes down beyond the hills of the city, just sit back and gaze at the gorgeous mountains of Aqaba across the sea, while they become amazingly red. Finally, as the night falls over the city, you can join the festivity at one of the beaches, which transformed into bustling locations for dancing parties and pubs. Those of you seeking for romanticism or maybe camping in a tent, where the beaches are less busy. Lying on the pebbles and the cool sand, listening to the whisper of the waves as they break into the shore, and staring at the moonlight gorgeously reflected on the water, is truly a remarkable experience. http://www.inisrael.com/tour/eilat/things_to_do.htm

Brown Lighthouse Eilat: Work Hard, Play Harder - Luxurious Family Vacation Experience

Brown Lighthouse Eilat: Work Hard, Play Harder - Luxurious Family Vacation Experience

Welcome to Brown Lighthouse Eilat, where you can experience a perfect blend of work and play. This new boutique hotel offers a delightful family vacation with a touch of luxury. While you relax by the pool or sunbathe on the balcony, your children will have their own special setup to keep them entertained. Brown Lighthouse Eilat allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds. Embrace the vibrant nightlife atmosphere and urban design, while also having dedicated spaces and activities for children. The PLAY ZONE room and other engaging activities ensure that your little ones have a memorable time in Eilat. The hotel is conveniently located near a commercial center and a short drive from the beach, making it easy to indulge in shopping and other leisurely pursuits. Although some services are not yet available during the hotel's opening phase, Brown Lighthouse Eilat aims to provide a modern and pampering experience. The premium floor is exclusively for adults, offering saunas, a sun terrace with breathtaking views of the red mountains and blue sea, and private balconies with jetted tubs. Each room on this floor is designed for ultimate relaxation and even features mood-enhancing music. Meanwhile, the children can revel in the dedicated facilities and programs tailored just for them. From the PLAY ZONE room to Gymboree activities, they will have a blast while you enjoy your own well-deserved break. With 152 rooms designed for couples and families, Brown Lighthouse Eilat ensures a comfortable and spacious stay. Whether you're traveling with your partner or with the whole family, there are accommodations to suit your needs. The hotel's attention to detail and modern style create an inviting and relaxing atmosphere for guests. For fitness enthusiasts, the hotel offers access to the state-of-the-art gym, Icon Eilat, at a special price. Stay active during your vacation and take advantage of this well-equipped facility located just a short drive away. Maintain your exercise routine or try something new while enjoying the amenities and services provided by the gym. If you're planning a conference or event, Brown Lighthouse Eilat has two beautifully decorated and fully equipped halls to accommodate your needs. The Tamar Hall can host conferences or shows for up to 200 guests, while the Palmyra Hall is suitable for gatherings of up to 100 guests, including meals upon prior arrangement. The hotel's professional staff is available to assist with event planning and ensure a successful and memorable occasion. Relax and rejuvenate in the hotel's pools, with a dedicated pool for adults and a shaded pool for toddlers. Comfortable seating areas, sunbeds, and shaded corners provide the perfect spots to unwind and soak up the sun. Take advantage of the complimentary dry and wet saunas during operating hours to further enhance your relaxation. When you're in the mood for refreshments, head to the pool bar and treat yourself to a variety of beverages, including soft drinks, beers, wines, cocktails, ice creams, and watermelon. Please note that certain services may not be available during the hotel's initial opening phase. For more information, feel free to reach out to the friendly reception staff, who are available to assist you and ensure your stay is comfortable and enjoyable. Brown Lighthouse Eilat invites you to create lasting memories and enjoy a unique family vacation experience in the enchanting city of Eilat. Whether you choose to work hard or play harder, this boutique hotel offers the perfect balance of relaxation, luxury, and fun for the whole family. Book your stay at Brown Lighthouse Eilat and discover a new way to experience the vibrant city of Eilat.

Eilat Travel City and Hotel Guide

Eilat Travel City and Hotel Guide

The suggested tour routes that follow are suitable for the whole family. For your convenience, the maps indicate tourist sites and routes from Eilat northwards along the eastern axis, along the Arava road (route 90) and from Eilat along the western axis following route 1 2. Important - please make sure to take drinking water and a hat with you. At the 20 km marker (1) on the Arava road, turn westwards following the route marked in blue, and continue to the Amram Pillars. Some 7.5 km from the road, the track ends in a parking area (2). A five minute walk will bring you to the Amram Pillars (3), a series of pillars of rock along the western wall of the Amram crater. They were carved into the colorful sandstone of the cliff walls by the flow of water, cutting deep ridges and creating the pillars like a relief sculpture.Halfway back along the trail, as you pass the fork in the road (4), turn southwest and follow the trail marked in green. This will lead you to the mouth of the Shehoret rivulet (5). Park your car and walk along the "green" trail in a westerly direction until you arrive at the mouth of the canyon with walls a sheer 20 meters high. Here you will see dark granite rocks and boulders that are among the world's most ancient - some 600 million years old! After about an hour's walk through the canyon, the terrain begins to change. The walls drop away and a wider vista opens up as you walk between pale young chalk rocks and sandstone in a variety of shades; their presence here at the same level as the baserock is evidence of a geological rift. Together, they create a fascinating panorama. Carry on another 1 00 meters along the right side of the arrow until you find red markings (6) and follow this trail to the right (in a northerly direction). After a short, steep incline, you will arrive at a lookout point affording a view of the entire Arava basin. Now continue eastwards following the red markings until you reach another lookout point and then descend to the plain below, where you meet the trail marked in black (7). This trail I leads southwards (to the right) bac the parking area (2). Along the way, you will pass characteristic desert flora, and if you are lucky, you may also see some desert fauna. It takes about three-quarters of an hour to get to the Amram Pillars and back. The tour through the canyon takes about three hours. Timna Park Timna Park The Timna crater is surrounded on three sides by cliffs hundreds of meters high. It is also surrounded by breathtaking landscapes including ancient copper mines. The turn-off from the Arava Road leads to the park's main gate. Once inside the park, you will enjoy such sites as ancient cave drawings depicting men on chariots doing battle. The natural arches along the western cliff tops are a result of centuries of erosion. At the foot of the arched pillars is an ancient Egyptian mine with vertical tunnels and horizontal galleries. Our route leads to the "mushroom" rock located in a small depression of the Timna Park plane. This is an amazingly mushroom-shaped boulder of red sandstone carved by wind and water. The ground of the park is covered with shards of ancient clay ovens used for smelting copper during the Egyptian period. Solomon's Pillars are made of sandstone that juts out in ridges from the tall straight cliffs along the south-western face of Mt. Timna. The pillars were carved out through centuries of water erosion. At the foot of Solomon's Pillars are the remains of a temple to the mining God built by the Egyptian copper miners. Above the temple is an engraved rock which bears the praises that Ramses the Third bestowed on the Egyptian God of Mining. The park includes a lake fed by a pump which brings it water from an underground aquifer. Near the lake is a parking area, restaurant, picnic grounds, drinking water and conveniences. Eilat Heights Route #12 from Eilat winds its way through the expansive landscapes between the Edom and the Eilat Mountains. This is the ancient road to Mecca which was built at the beginning of the 8th century by. the Egyptian ruler, Mahmud lbn Tulun. The road connected Egypt with the Eilat Heights and Eilat with Aqaba and Mecca. Mt. Yoash At the peak of the Eilat Heights we encounter a junction with a road going off to the south. This road leads to the summit of Mt. Yoash overlooking the Eilat Heights' most beautiful panorama. From this vantage point you can see the borders of four countries - Egypt, Saudia Arabia, Jordan and Israel. To the south you can see canyons and cliffs, and to the east, the Gulf and city of Eilat. Ein Netafim From the top of the Eilat Heights, a dirt trail winds its way eastwards and descends to a parking area. A tour route marked in green descends along a narrow ravine to a pool at its lowest point, the "kalachat". The pool is at the base of a waterfall descending from the top of the Netafim River Canyon into a small basin carved out by the British. The pool developed and filled drop by drop, and herein lies the origin of its name (translation: Well of Drops). Follow the black markings for the path leading to the basin. If you arrive here in the early morning or late afternoon, and you keep very still, you may see some of the region's wildlife, such as rock rabbits, gazelles, or flocks of birds such as Tristam's Grackle and trumpeter finches. Ein Netafim is the only source of water in the area, making it a popular watering hole. The tour of Ein Netafim takes about a half hour. Mt. Hizqiyahu Milestone 82 marks the peak of Mt. Hizqiyahu. On old maps the peak is listed as having an altitude of 833 meters. The peak is actually 838 meters high. From this vantage point you can look out over the Eilat mountains, the Arava desert and the Edom mountains on the east, and over Moon Valley whose wild landscape looked to the first settlers of Eilat like the face of the moon, hence its name. To the west, you can see the ancient route to Mecca, "Darab AI Haj", that crosses the Sinai desert, descends to the Gulf of Eilat and continues on to Mecca and Medina. The Red Canyon See regional map #2. From Mt. Hizqiyahu continue northwards, passing through a distinctive landscape of black and red mountains, with gravel and pebbles covering the slopes. These are the Neshef Mountains, made of volcanic rock. After the road crosses the Neshef Mountains, it arrives at a wide junction with a road leading eastwards (1) (marked in red). This road leads to the Red Canyon. Follow the road for about 2 km until you arrive at a parking area (2). From here, carry on along the trail marked in green, until you arrive at the canyon (3). The canyon is about 1 50 meters long and 2-3 meters wide. The canyon walls reach a height of 30 meters. The dominant color in the canyon is deep red, with sandstone in various shades of red, purple and white. Flood waters widened the canyon and created niches where one can stop to rest. At the end of the trail (4), the canyon widens and colors change. The trail leading back follows the path of the rivulet to the south and back to the parking area (2). The tour through the canyon and back takes about two hours. Birdwatchers Tour See regional map #3. The birdwatchers tour, adjacent to the salt ponds, starts from Meeting Point (1) and follows the north shore. You will see a variety of sea birds such as gannets, cormorants, western reef heron, and gulls. Continue northwards along the water canal. On the right you will see the Oceanography & Lakes Research Institute which, among other things, is involved in the study of aquaculture. All along the canal a variety of birds can be seen, including: small waders, gulls, waterfowl and migrating songbirds such as Bee-eaters, Dead Sea Sparrows and Spanish Sparrows. When you arrive at Eilat saitflats, you can visit the ringing station for songbirds (2) (a walk of about one kilometer), or stroll through the date grove (3) where you will encounter yellow or grey wagtails, pippits, wheatears and swallows. There are other varieties of birds in the area, some of which find shelter among the branches of the date palms. Carry on northwards along the eastern shore of the canal in the direction of the Jordanian border crossing. You'll arrive at the entrace to the Bird Sanctuary where indigenous trees have been specially planted and recycled refuse provides birds with a welcome food source. http://www.inisrael.com/tour/eilat/touring.htm http://www.inisrael.com/tour/eilat/reef.html

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