Royal Beach

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

North Beach, Eilat, 88000, Israel

4 Reviews

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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 80% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families70
  • Couples77
  • Solo100
  • Business92
  • Gili_S's Profile Photo

    Royal Beach


    This Royal Beach hotel is just between the other big ones, the Hilton and Dan hotels. Located on the north beach it has great location and excellent reputation, especially among the Israeli tourists visiting Eilat.

    Directions: North Beach

  • Could Not Ask For a Better Hotel


    I was here with extended family for the amazing classical music festival the first week of February, 2008. A beautiful, elegant hotel right on the beach with very good service and excellent food. I won't even go into the delightful festival, since I understand this sells out a year in advance every year!

    The lobby and grounds are like a sculpture garden; the architecture, common area furnishings and art installations all work together to celebrate contemporary art and design. It took me forever to get from the elevator to my room because I was drawn to look at every painting hung in the halls -- every few feet -- it felt like we were staying in a gallery. This was not your typical chain hotel art; these were expressive, sometimes challenging works that demanded attention. I think the artists were mostly Israeli. If I have any complaint, it's that the art was not "curated" in a manner that allows the visitor to sort out what they're examining -- different schools, subject matter, geography just strung one after another with no background on the work or the artist.

    The hotel breakfast was unbelievably diverse, fresh and abundant. I had a culinary tour of the entire country before 9:a.m.! In the evening there were snack and dessert buffets connected to the music festival. They really showed off the fine chefs inhouse. I was not as impressed with food we had at the various restaurants in the hotel, however.

    The rooms were big and very comfortable, with enough furnishings that my family could easily visit in one another's rooms and not feel they were intruding. Beautiful, serene views of the sea.

    The staff was wonderful. I was particularly impressed with the poise of the the wait staff during the evening buffets, when some of the guests acted like they'd never eaten in public before! I was embarrassed to be in that crowd at times -- and it was such a shocking contrast that these were the same people so rapt and appreciative of the hours of breathtaking music we were all there to hear.

    Only weak spot of the service was their travel concession. We had some real frustrations arranging a day trip to Petra, and got a big group bus tour when we were led to believe it was a minivan with a handful of people. I think the hotel was in the middle of changing to a new vendor, so this may not still be a problem.

    I'm only guessing about the price, as ours was inclusive of the music festival. But I could not imagine a more high-end hotel that could add any more of value.

    Unique Quality: Don't miss the breakfast, and take a look at the entire spread before you start filling your plate! Do what you can to get a room view on the water side, or else you're looking at a glitzy Las Vegas style hotel (the Queen of Sheeba). The pool looked fantastic, although we were too busy to even take a dip. The sea is just steps away.

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    Finally a real 5star hotel in Israel


    On a palm-shaded beach; airy, beautifully furnished public areas; and a sparkling swimming pool set amid rocks and artificial waterfalls. Architecturally, this is one of the best hotel buildings in the country, filled with light and soaring spaces; glass upper-story corridors look out onto wonderful vistas of Eilat and the desert mountains.
    Rooms are graceful, decorated with well-chosen works by Israeli artists, and feature noninstitutional touches such as wooden moldings around the ceilings; every room faces directly onto the Red Sea.

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    Royality Hotel


    One of Eilats biggest and most central hotels.
    Looks great from outside and situated just 20 meters from the sea in a very active place with a lot of movement.
    In this 5* deluxe hotel there 363 rooms and suites full with all the newest facilities for your laisure.

    Unique Quality: Has beautiful pool with amazing waterfalls.

    Directions: North Shore

More about Royal Beach

Riviera Club...

by scotty1

Riviera Club Apartments A high - quality apartment
hotel, .which is quiet and suitable for everyone's budget. Pleasant and well-equipped apartments, including a kitchenette, mini-market with a wide range of products that will not leave you hungry, an activity club for children with instructors, even a private cinema - just for you!

Lazing in hammocks poolside under palm trees

by karinyeung about Isrotel Agamim (Lakes)

Beautiful brand new hotel in Eilat. The central courtyard has several pools designed in a lagoon style. Request a first floor room and you have a private patio and private access to your own section of the "lagoon-like" pool. Breakfast was included and it was amazing! Tons of great food! Decently close to the beach with access to the private beach of the Royal Beach Hotel. I was happy to laze in the hammock poolside... Very laid-back and young atmosphere. Great for families as you can watch your kids from your patio. Also they have events for young people like Tequila Parties and what not... The POOLS are great! As I said, get a first floor room! The hotel is BRAND NEW so everything is sparkly and pretty!

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Hotels in Ein Bokek/Dead Sea

by mbailekstrom


My friend and I are headed to israel this summer and need to find a nice hotel in ein bokek. we only need it for 1 night, i wish we could stay longer but unfortunatly we only have 1 night to spend there.

My questions is...i am looking for a nice hotel thats ON the beach (not a far walk). Its really important that the hotel is very nice. We are willing to pay up to $350/night. I have done some research and it seems like every hotel I have come across has gotten HORRIBLE reviews. And the ones that havent gotten bad reviews require a 2 or 3 night stay (like the Lot) can anyone recomend a nice resorty type hotel ON the dead sea with lovely clean rooms and a pool?


Re: Hotels in Ein Bokek/Dead Sea

by g.l.s.h

Hi there

My advice, and comment:

First, take into consideration there is some “factor” needed to be imposed when checking online reviews. People who had some bad experience, tend to be more anxious in writing reviews. The Renaissance hotel in Tel Aviv has some horrible reviews in the net, but I can personally guarantee (from numerous visits) it is a fine hotel. Actually, many of its visitors (almost none are local, obviously) returning year after year, “vote with their feet”.

As for the dead sea: 350$ per night will be more then you will need.

The hotels which I know to be of good standards and service, based on recent experience are: Hod (Hod Hamidbar) and Meridian. The last is quite big and crowded: Hod is more of an intimate resort. Meridian has a road separating it from the beach. Lot is quite like Hod (same “age” and location) but looks older. For the same price level, choose the Hod.

If possible avoid the Crown Plaza and Isrotel (former Caesar): too crowded and noisy. Avoid Daniel as well (former Golden Tulip, not to be mixed with the current Golden Tulips…).

Always try to set your visit to Wednesday, which is an “Empty hole” is the Dead Sea hotels calendar (Midweek “Pensioners” groups stay Sun.-Wed. and weekend holiday makers arrive Thur.-Sat/Sun). You can mention to the reservation representative (by phone/mail/fax) that it is Wed. – sometimes they just automatically quote the “minimum 3 nights” response without checking the actual reservations).

Lat time I have checked neither of the 3 hotels located south of Ein Bokek (Novotel, Nirvana and Sheratom Moriah: all 3 have different names given recently) were on the same level of service as Hod and Meridian.


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Address: North Beach, Eilat, 88000, Israel