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I stayed here with small kids....so as you can imagine I didn't expect too much out of this hotel- we just needed to do something during the loooooong holidays....
We stayed at a standard room ( quin size bed for the parens, a sofa that...More
I write this with much regret since we do love kibbutz Ein Gedi and its surroundings. We had lots of expectations before arrival, also considering the very high price (about 1500/ night during Sukot). The two rooms we got were very tired, outdated, small and...More
Wow the view the view
Best hotel in the area of the Dead Sea
Extraordinary service and great staff
Incredible gardening and trips with professional and nice guides from the hotel staff.
Don't miss the swimming pool with the desert view
We booked 2 nights 3 rooms. Dinner is a disaster. Rooms are very average. Air condition was loud like a truck. Shower was good. Pool was good also. It was a holiday so price was high. But I will look elsewhere next time
Fantastic place to stay .staff very friendly and helpful. Shuttle to dinning g room as it is a long walk up a hill.food ok hot plate not working the 3 days we were there so food a bit cold.mini market on kibbutz but you need...More
US$ 117 - US$ 293 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I highly recommend renting a car for touring the Dead Sea area, including for trips to Masada. It will give you a lot of flexibility, particularly in the early hours if you want to go on early morning hikes (which is a must... More
I highly recommend renting a car for touring the Dead Sea area, including for trips to Masada. It will give you a lot of flexibility, particularly in the early hours if you want to go on early morning hikes (which is a must if you are there in the hotter months). Sunrise at Masada is beautiful and a unique experience. Keep in mind the time of year you are there as, at most times of year, only way up before sunrise is by hiking (which is quite nice if you are able).