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The hotel is generally of good quality and service but the cost relative to the quality is unreasonably high. Clearly the establishment takes advantage of the limited local supply to charge in excess of what a comparable property would charge in other more serviced locations.
We had a good one night stay here. We got a superior room for our family of 4. It is comfortable, would not describe it as super luxurious. The room includes bathrobes, an espresso machine-- they try to make it fancy. The actual condition of...More
I truly enjoyed the Ein Gedi Hotel and would have loved to stay an extra couple days. My room was the best I had while traveling through Israel - spacious, clean and surprisingly modern. The food was delicious, chef super sweet who came to greet...More
The hotel is located a bit far from the Dead Sea, but Shuttle bus will take you down.
The rooms are located in the garden, chalet style.
The rooms are clean. Free coffee, tea with machine on the top of the refrigerator.
The restaurant is...More
Many changes since we were last there 30 years ago. Dead Sea half its size, no mud vats at the spa, public beach closed due to sinkholes.
The hotel itself has been fully renovated, with very comfortable superior rooms. No more communal dining with kibbutzim...More
US$ 98 - US$ 284 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It is extremely expensive to get there from the airport by cab. The scenic train to jerusalem (slow but beautiful ride) which is some 20-30 nis and then a taxi there for 100-150 niswould be much wiser and cheaper. Note that... More
It is extremely expensive to get there from the airport by cab. The scenic train to jerusalem (slow but beautiful ride) which is some 20-30 nis and then a taxi there for 100-150 niswould be much wiser and cheaper. Note that Lilian was answering about Ein Gev in the galilee. Not Ein Gedi in the dead sea.
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"The fanciest rooms! With the view of the desert. WORTH IT."