Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea is delighted to unveil “Inanna Terrace”; the newest outdoor venue in the Dead Sea that is most suitable for hosting memorable weddings and social events at the lowest point on Earth.
“Inanna” is the ancient goddess of love & sensuality in the earliest Sumerian Kingdom, which later became recognized by the Akkadians and Assyrians as the goddess “Ishtar”.
Following the overall Babylonian architectural concept of the hotel and surrounded by the lush gardens of olive and palm trees as well as the panoramic views of the Dead Sea, the stunning terrace has been built on the shores of the Dead Sea to host different kinds of events such as sunset cocktail receptions, car launches, gala dinners, spectacular weddings and social events for more than 700 guests. “Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea is the leading hotel at the Dead Sea in hosting such events, and the addition vof this venue will definitely take any event to the next level”, said Marc Guenther, the hotel's General Manager.
At the entrance of the Inanna Terrace, a huge handmade statue made from local marble, brought from north of Jordan and designed by Sumer al Hindawi, a famous Iraqi artist, has been placed to enrich the beauty of the venue. The design of the impressive Inanna statue represents the love and sensuality of a dancing couple which provides a unique reflection of this venue.