After the success of last year’s tweet-up, Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa hosted another tweet-up recently, where social media activists and influencers were invited to the five-star resort for a day filled with activities.
The tweeps enjoyed a full day at the resort, where they got to experience firsthand the resort’s services and facilities, starting with a tour around the resort, followed by lunch at the renowned Lebanese restaurant Burj Al Hamam. The tweeps also had the chance to relax by the pools, the Dead Sea beach and the spacious and luxurious spa. In the evening, the tweeps were treated to dinner at the Latino-Americano restaurant El Grito, accompanied by exciting live entertainment and performances including the Columbian band Gotanblue.
Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa is always keen on staying in touch with its various stakeholders, including social media activists who are always supportive of the resort and always promote its services, facilities, promotions and offers.
Crowne Plaza Jordan Dead Sea Resort & Spa boasts 420 rooms and suites, including one Presidential Suite and one Royal suite. Guests can enjoy the vast pool called The Lake which is 5,500 m3 big, two smaller pools, as well as a soft white sandy beach by the Dead Sea with private cabanas. The resort also has The Promenade with panoramic views of the Dead Sea, an amphitheater, and a Kid’s Club. Guests can also treat their taste buds to delectable food served in the resort’s 8 different outlets. The famous French Thalgo Spa is a calming space that covers 6,000 m2 with many facilities and various treatments. Events, meetings and weddings can successfully be hosted at Obadas ballroom, or the two breakout room Shaqilath and Gamilath.