Our family of 5 returned the Dan Panorama, having enjoyed the hotel previously. Our stay was wonderful. Rooms were comfortable and exactly as booked (intercommunicating which was extra helpful) - and great to have a hotel that can fit 3 single beds in a standard room for the kids. The pool area was a pleasure (heated pool and so nice and not at all busy so very relaxing vibe) - and as a Dan Panorama guest you also get free use of the beach opposite the Dan Hotel (wonderful place to relax and watch the sunset). But best thing of all was the quality of the service. From the Chef (Nissim) to the Security Manager (Mayor), the Duty Manager (Eyal) and the Head of Guest Relations (Reut) - everyone went out of their way to make our stay perfect. Thanks for a wonderful visit and we'll be back !…
The hotel was great, excellent service and clean rooms... but the most amazing thing was their unique service and care by the hotel chef (Nisim) for an allergic kid. If you have severe allergies- their service is the best!! The water in the pool was nicely warm also in the winter. We had the great time.
Returned to Dan Panorama Eilat after enjoying our vacation last winter. The rooms are nice, we were lucky to stay in a room on the first floor with a good sized terrace overlooking the lagoon. Food in the dining room (breakfast and dinner) is varied and delicious, plenty of efficient staff on hand cleaning and clearing tables. Thursday night the hotel offered a mini bonfire by the pool including hot cider and marshmallows. The pool is opened 8-5 and is heated. Guests can use complementary beach chairs on the beach at nearby Dan hotel (request a pass from reception) The hotel is clean, staff is courteous. Great value for money!
I couldn’t believe how much effort was put to make our stay pleasant and exceed our expectations. From small gifts that occasionally waited in the room for us to various events and food free of charge. The staff was always helpful and attentive. Wow!
Short vacation in Eilat - not bad at all. Clean and tidy room but uncomfortable mattresses and small beds. A long wait at the entrance to the elevators. Good meals with an emphasis on breakfast including service in the dining room - well done to the staff of the dining room. The location of the hotel is excellent. Sauna does not work in the illogical explanation "Corona".
Very good hotel. Kind people , testy food, Maintained room. Very good Atmosphere. A musician with a Busuki in the dinning room , i loved the music. Breakfast with Confectionery made a good smell and a very good croissant and more cakes. The synagogue was very nice, and their was a minyan every day.
Really surprised from this hotel The staying was nice. We were received really nicely. The lobby was clean and inviting, the room waiting for us on the 6th floor was also clean. Although outdated and in need of furniture replacement, the TV in the room is too small and unsophisticated. The shower is practical and tidy and included a bath. The in-room balcony included stunning views of the marina. The hotel's breakfast is intentional and the food is fresh and inviting, we were in a time of holiday so indulgent desserts were served. The hotel staff is attentive and pleasant. Holiday treats and tastings such as the hotel lobby from time to time were also served. The room was waiting for us with gifts for the members of the Dan Club and also for a birthday celebration we held. Here, too, were attentive to our requests. The hotel pool was clean all the time and maintenance staff took care of it regularly, cleaned and tidied up. We were satisfied with that. Pleasant music was played in the pool and although many children were present there was no disturbance to the adults, the hotel has a number of playrooms and activities for children. One morning there was a guitar player who was having breakfast at the hotel. It is obvious that the staff strives for the guest. I would also like to mention the room service in the daily room cleaning…
Been there for a couple of days with friends, had a nice stay. The room was clean and all the facilities we used worked properly. The central location is good for walking to the city center, for most of the diving areas you'll need a car or a taxi. The food is OK, nothing fabulous.
Thank you very much for our stay in your hotel. We was staying 7.04-08.04 in your hotel in room 801 Our stay was perfect 👌 Thanks a lot to Max from reception. He helped me to organize everything. The lounge in the hotel is pretty good, the pasta there is so tasty 😋.
I liked this hotel. While the room was a bit dated as is the case in every Eilat hotel I can remember, there is generally an easygoing vibe and the service is good, proactive and genuinely friendly. We often felt that being friendly and generous to guests is a hotel policy, because it showed everywhere - the dining room, pool and reception. Some of the breakfast staff didn't look like they were having a good day, but that was an exception and not a big deal. The room, as mentioned, was a bit dated but otherwise more than adequate, with good bathroom, nice balcony and plenty or space. The bed was a bit hard and the sofa bed was quite bad. Aircon was modern and worked well, same for the free WiFi. View to the lagoon was perfect. Other things worth mentioning are the pool, with plenty of space to relax and a fine soundtrack, and the kids club that did a good job with the 6yo that came along. Breakfast was good by local standards, which means fresh and lots of options while somewhat noisy and crowded at times. Still some Covid rules, but things are getting back to normal. There's this annoyance though: We have become used to Israeli hotels adopting religious practices, especially with food restrictions that become absurd during the weekend. This hotel went a step further converting the only elevator leading to the parking space to a Sabbath elevator. I understand the considerations here but when you directly impact the general guest population that's one step too far. Find another solution. I'm yet to find a really good hotel in the Eilat area that's not across the border in Aqaba. Another case of 7/10, rounded up because of this 'yes, sure, you can have it' attitude that I liked.…