There are a lot of hotels in the Dan chain of hotels and this particular one is located in Eilat - in the south of Israel, on the Red Sea. It is in a perfect location - walking distance of almost everything. You can even easily walk to it from the little airstrip used to fly into the little town and since our suitcases all had wheels we did just that. The hotel is quite new, the accommodation is excellent and the staff are all very helpful. The restaurant in the hotel was great. I produced a card in the local languages explaining that I had coeliac disease and needed a gluten free diet each time I entered the restaurant and the person on duty at the door immediately went to find a chef who could tell me what was ok to eat. The cards I had explaining coeliac disease were in Arabic, Hebrew and Russian and this was one of the places where the chef who helped me was Russian. She only spoke Russian and a little Hebrew, and I didn't speak either, but by sign language she helped me understand everything perfectly. One morning she was apologising for something again and again, and I couldn't understand a word of what she said until I caught one particular word which I recognised as being the second part of how they pronounce Bethlehem. Knowing from the Bible that Bethlehem means 'house of bread' I was able to work out that she was apologising that she didn't have any gluten-free bread that morning! It didn't matter at all - there were so many gluten-free options there, and always plenty of salad and fresh fruit.