White Lotus, the Israeli Version? I Stayed in the Country's First Desert Resort

Israel’s most expensive getaway has opened in the Arava desert. What’s it like to vacation at a cost of some $1,600 a night (in one of the cheaper suites)?

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Six Senses Shaharut
Credit: Daniel Tchetchik
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It was a pleasant morning at Israel’s most expensive hotel. The air was already very hot, but not yet broiling. In the thick shadow of the restaurant’s patio, opposite the stunning view of the Arava desert and the mountains of Edom, you could chill out with a vegetable juice cocktail to reinforce the immune system, or with a cappuccino whose foam is adorned with the image of a camel, created with a special espresso jet printer.

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