The Movenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea hotel includes a section reserved for guests on business trips, with a conference centre, and another section for entertainment. This second part includes a main building that houses the reception area, a bar and a restaurant, along with a few rooms. The interior, as in the rest of the hotel, is oriental in style, tasteful and refined. Every detail has been carefully thought about. A little further down, there is lush garden with flowers, plants, palm trees, olive trees and lemon trees etc. that conceal small two-floor houses built in the traditional Jordanian style with ochre-coloured earth. Continue downwards, and you will come across the village square, with its bars, restaurants, amphitheatre and boutiques. Still, a little further down, there are two tennis courts, a children's club and a swimming-pool for children as well as a spa. Massages, treatments with Dead Sea products, no less than 5 pools (Dead Sea water, outdoor infinity pool, freshwater pool), jacuzzi, and Turkish baths are all on offer for 25 Jordanian Dinars for guests, and 40 Jordanian Dinars for non-guests. The interior is tasteful and oriental in style (cast iron lamps, candles, thick wooden door, stone wall, mashrabiya...).As you continue towards the sea, there is a beautiful infinity pool that has the particularity of being divided into two sections, one with sand and seawater, the other, like a standard swimming pool with tiling. A poolside bar serves refreshing drinks.When you get to the sea, you discover the last swimming-pool, long and narrow, next to the Wadi rum restaurant. Not far from here is the therapeutic centre, and there is a lift that will take you to that part of the hotel. Finally you will arrive at the beach. The hotel blends in perfectly with the surrounding countryside. There are no big buildings, but rather a series of small structures built out of ochre-coloured clay, in the traditional Jordanian architectural style.