Legatto Insider: Kempinski Hotel Ishtar

Designed as a tribute to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Kempinski coveted long beaches shores up the historical Dead Sea waters along the Jordanian Coastal line.

Inside, Luxury guest rooms, suites and villas capture nature mesmeric scenes vividly guests have access to private balcony facing the sea for a idyllic snapshot. The Ishtar Royal villas, located in the Ishtar resort area offers priceless moments enjoyed in an ultra-stunning villa, built for comfort. Stationed Closer to the beach it will satiate your every needs.

The main focal of the hotel, the Dead Sea in itself is a unique and fascinating natural phenomenon  on a traditional and aesthetic level. The other-worldly experiences of floating on salty water are well documented in ancient traditions, but perhaps you will be surprised to find the therapeutic qualities of the Dead Sea’ mud is also a naturally rejuvenating formula for an extraordinary spa treatment. The hotel’s beautiful Anatara Spa makes full use of these natural products in a variety of beauty enhancing treatments. A glance around the resort and you will find a superb fitness center , tennis court, no less than 9 swimming pools and a Kids club.

A comprehensive choice of dining options, includes Italian and Pizza, Thai and Asian Fusion, the Pool Grill and an international buffet. Why not try a cocktail on the Sumerian  Bar Terrace before your evening meal; surely the sun setting at dusk will prove to be an especially wonderful time to enjoy the tranquil setting.



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