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Beautiful view from our terrace, nice staff who's happy to help you with any questions and good food. We stayed two nights. The hostel is very close to the ein gedi nature reserve (wadi david) and a 15min drive from the main entrance to masada.
This is a simple good place for a short stay by Ein Gedi Reserve. Rooms are quite large with everything one might need (air conditioning, tea pot, TV, small fridge, shampoo and shower gel in the bathroom), though very simple and basic. There is also...More
This place is lovely and very close to all main attractions in the Dead Sea. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. Very clean and offers a wonderful breakfast. It's also located next door to the nature reserve where you can hike and refresh in...More
The private room was more like a budget hotel than a hostel - toiletries, tea and coffee set, clean towels. We had a balcony and a view of the Dead Sea - lovely! It was a five min walk to the Ein Gedi...More
You can't get there from here. The only place you can get to the Dead Sea from Ein Gedi is at Ein Bokek a half hour drive from the hostel. The roads have fences that keep you out. You must have a car to stay...More
US$ 66 - US$ 146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I would like to know how I can telephone the hostel directly & speak to a live human (not the recorded message which is in Hebrew) to make my reservation. I've telephoned the Hostel repeatedly, and either nobody answers the phone and the line eventually goes dead, or else I get a pre-recorded message in Hebrew, which says to press 1 or Press 2, or Press Zero, all of which I have tried with no result. I've also e-mailed but had no responses yet. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance from the MediaDoctor in beautiful-but still no Cherry Blossoms-Washington, D.C.
1 April 2015|
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Response from Lorikeets | Reviewed this property |
I got prompt response using contact email and no. on iyha site