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This was my favorite part of my trip to Israel. The accomodations were comfortable and clean and the grounds were beuatiful full of birds and gorgeous tropical flowers andplants. The spa was a treat with your choice of a Dead Sea Pool, or a regular...More
Although we only stayed here one night, we were quite satisfied with the accommodations and felt we received good value. Our room was clean, comfortable and a good size. Our visit included a very substantial breakfast buffet, use of the large pool and on-site spa...More
The renovated room was great. Nothing was missing. Clean and modern. Sitting in the balcony we enjoyed watching the rock rabbits running around, climbing the nearby trees, eating their leaves. The dining room is a bit far and requires an uphill walk, but they provide...More
Splurge for the fancy rooms. Amazing views. Relaxing. Great pool in the spa. Delicious food. Serene. Wildlife on your porch. Desert all around you. Great for couples, and for families. LOVE IT.
I hear the older rooms aren't so great, so I'm not recommending those...More
Me and my friend stayed last night at ein geddi hotel. Very quiet, good food at breakfast, very pleasant stuff, an interesting botanic tour, the spa at the kibutz was so exclussive, clean ,special mineral swiming pool, and the view to the dead sea and...More
US$ 97 - US$ 302 (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.