Movenpick Resort and Spa Dead Sea
Dead Sea, Jordan
The Movenpick Dead Sea is located on the northern banks of the Dead Sea and is designed to replicate an Arabic Village, set amid lush green gardens. The resort has an award-winning spa, man-made beach and plenty of dining options.
At a Glance
The kids club only has one member of staff on duty but at busy times can bring in other staff members
The Movenpick is the best resort on the Dead Sea in terms of service
The main swimming pool is not heated and is half sand and half paved
The Zara Spa was voted the best in the world by Conde Nast in 2009
The Movenpick boasts the largest hotel garden in Jordan
Makes your family vacation slightly more adventurous and alternative, but still keeps the luxuries.Scott Dunn team
The Movenpick has the largest hotel garden in Jordan, giving it a lovely, relaxed feeling.Scott Dunn team
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Movenpick Resort and Spa Dead Sea
The Movenpick consists of a total of 346 rooms and suites. The resort is split into two sections; the main building and the village. The main building’s rooms mostly have views over the sea, while the other guest rooms are located in a two-storey village complex in front of the main building, created using traditional stone. The rooms are fairly simple, but this adds to the relaxed atmosphere. Like most hotels in Jordan, the focus is on comfort and good facilities rather than being overly glamorous.
There are nine restaurants and bars, mainly located in the Village Square, offering a complete range of culinary options, from Chinese cuisine at Chopsticks to traditional Italian fare at Luigi's. The Zara Spa is one of the largest and most advanced in the Middle East, offering a whole range of 'Dead Sea’ treatments. The resort has a number of pools, including one which is heated in winter. They also have a children’s pool and Kid’s Club, and there is a tennis court and wellness center.
Movenpick Resort offers 346 rooms, split between the main building and village complex, which sits between the main building and the sea. Standard amenities include air-conditioning, satellite TV, coffee and tea-making facilities and a safe. There is also a complimentary minibar available in all rooms. The decor is modern, but fairly simple, using a neutral color scheme.
Children are welcome at the Movenpick Resort, and there is a Kids Club. The resort also has specific Family Rooms, which have an interconnecting twin and king room.
Facilities at the resort include nine restaurants and bars, which cover a variety of cuisine including Chinese, Italian, Mediterranean and Grill dishes. The resort has a number of swimming pools and a man-made beach.
The Zara Spa is fantastic, and offers a fabulous range of treatments to help relax and rejuvenate your mind and soul. The spa also includes hydro pools and whirlpools, steam rooms and tropical scent showers.
As well as floating on the Dead Sea, there are a number of historical sites within easy each, including Bethany Beyond the Jordan, Mt Nebo and the town of Madaba, which is home to an ancient mosaic.
|Floating in the Dead Sea||
Floating in the Dead Sea is a completely unique experience
Please note that check-in is at 4pm (1600 hours) for all Movenpick properties in Jordan.
Location & Directions
Dead Sea, Jordan
Set on the northern shores of the Dead Sea at the lowest point on Earth Located on the northern shores of the Dead Sea, the resort is just 55 km from Amman city. The Dead Sea is conveniently located, just 1 hour from Amman and 45 minutes from the airport and 3.5 hours from Petra.
When to go
For a small country, Jordan has an extraordinary range of climates. The best time to visit climate-wise is in spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the daytime temperatures aren't too extreme. April is probably the best month, when temperatures are warm and wildflowers are in bloom. March can be cold and rainy in the north but is balmy by the Gulf of Aqaba and the Dead Sea.