Rabbi Elyashiv: Jews in Eilat must hold two Seder nights
This is from an articles in Globes
Religious and haredi (ultra-orthodox) Jews who travel to Antalya, Turkey, or Eilat for Passover must hold two Seder nights, the same as Jews in the Diaspora ever since the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE, Bnei Brak local paper “Kol Ha’Ir” quotes Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv as saying. Eilat is included in the rabbi’s ruling because it is not part of the Land of Israel.
Eilat chief rabbi, Yosef Hecht says that the town’s residents and hotels hold only one Seder night.