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Le Méridien Dead Sea, Ein Bokek

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Le Meridien Dead Sea Israel

Posted on: November 21, 2008 at 9:56PM


By Guest Cornelius, NC

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I have stayed at the Le Meridien many times. Singles, Groups and Families all find their own piece of heaven here. If you stay two nights begin your stay on Thursday, book your spa appointment early Friday and enjoy the rest of Shabbat. If you only stay one night, I recommend booking your stay on Shabbat, arriving about 2:30 to 3:00 pm on Friday. The Shabbat buffet is wonderful and full of life. Since Shabbat doesn't end until sundown on Saturday you can request a late check-out (4 or 5 pm). This will give you plenty of time for a delightful breakfast, then off to the pool or take a float in the Dead Sea. Take a shower, nap and a late lunch, back to your room to freshen up and check out late in the afternoon, then off to your next destination. Cynthia

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