Ratings based on 19 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.4 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby andree
stay at the leonardo innPosted Sep 19, 2013
Pros: it is quiet
Cons: it is an old hotel, and obviously has repair needs
the air conditioning kept going out, i rented three rooms there, one room, the air conditioner would be on for 10 minutes, then make a big popping sound, and they would have to come and repair it, it happened three times, when it did, it affected the adjacent rooms,,,,,,,,,,,,,,it is too hot there not to have a functioning air conditioner also, many times when you go to the front desk, no one is there, and you have to wait for 5 minutes for someone to show up
Recommendedby FJW from London, UK
Awful! 1/5 is too generours. Avoid Avoid Avoid!!!Posted Jun 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel was truly terrible. I'm never inclined to write reviews for hotels, but this was so bad, I feel duty bound to advise everyone here not to stay at this hotel... Why? 1.) The hotel is in poor condition, the lobby area hasn't been renovated for 20 years plus 2.) Rooms in poor condition; the door to the balcony didn't have a lock on it, the shower fittings were poorly fitted causing the bathroom to flood. 3.) Awful service. OVERALL I WOULD GIVE THIS HOTEL A ZERO IF THAT WERE AN OPTION.
Recommendedby Caroline from USA
Run-down hotel off the beachPosted Jun 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
There is a reason this this the cheapest hotel in the neighborhood. It is run down and offers little in terms of services.
for Business Travelersby Ben
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for Getaway With Friendsby David from Anaheim
Great location!Posted Mar 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Enjoyed our stay.
for Familiesby Marti from Dayton, OH
reasonably priced, clean, and cozyPosted Mar 3, 2013
Pros: food, peacocks, general homey atmosphere
Cons: towels were scratchy
Location: a short walk to the beach
My husband and I had a great time here. The food was very tasty (we ate both dinner and breakfast in), the room was simple but clean and comfortable, and there were fun little extras like the wandering peacocks in the yard and access to the Meridian hotel beach. The other guests were almost all Israelis, so we enjoyed practicing our Hebrew. (The very nice front desk people spoke English.) This is not a fancy place for fancy people, but if you want someplace reasonably priced and cozy, we'd recommend it.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Robyn
OVERRATEDPosted Oct 31, 2012 on Hotels.com
FIRST RECEPTIONIST WAS WONDERFUL,HOWEVER RECEPTIONIST IN THE MORNING WAS NOT HELPFUL AT ALL AND WAS VERY GRUMPY NOT JUST TO US BUT OTHER GUESTS . BATH LEAKED,TEA AND COFFEE SUPPLIED BUT NO MILK OR WHITENER. FACILITY IS VERY OVERPRICED AND NEEDS UPDATING. ASKED FOR A DOUBLE BED BUT GOT TWO SINGLES PUSHED TOGETHER
Old, not well maintained.Posted Oct 9, 2012 on Hotels.com
This hotel is probably one of the oldest in the area. It's about 10 min walk to the Dead Sea beach. They do have transportation ones in hours until 3 PM. We were renting four rooms and each of them had some issue. One room we had to changed as it had pipe leak under the toilet. Looks like they started renovations on the main floor and hopefully will get to the rooms next. Breakfast and dinner was good. Lot's of choices of local dishes. If you one of those who only eats what you know, you have McDonald across the street. Overall it was barely OK to spend 2 nights there. I rather pay extra for another hotel.