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Central Texas
Reviewed 19 November 2011

We stayed here for two nights in November. The complimentary passes to the Ein Gedi Dead Sea Resort and Spa were a nice added touch. Rooms were adequate, but nothing fancy. Breakfast was OK. Ate dinner both nights in the bar restaurant on the outside pation. Lots of nice botanicals on the property.

1Thank hokie86
Reviewed 25 October 2011

A very comfortable spa and resort. It is across from dead sea, has their own beautiful garden and park setting, free tours, we did a night time tour of Masada from the base and a tour of the garden along with a history of the kibbutz. The food was decent although after 3 days of buffet style meals it gets...

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Sarasota, Florida
Reviewed 17 October 2011

This is an excellent hotel. The rooms are clean and well cared for. The food is excellent. The staff very friendly and helpful. This is a great hotel for a family vacation. I have every intention on returning with my grand-daughter to enjoy no less than a week in this wonderful serene and peacful place. Thank you everyone for a...

2Thank Linda G
Crozet, Virginia
Reviewed 28 September 2011

We stayed one night at Ein Gedi during our recent trip to Israel. We had booked an Arugot room, overlooking the desert. The room was a good size, very clean and had a great view. The bed was comfortable. The food at dinner (which we had to pay extra for) and at breakfast was plentiful and tasty. The front desk...

1Thank 07nan
Hendersonville, North Carolina
Reviewed 12 September 2011

We stayed here for 5 nights with a group that was touring the Holy Land. Our accomodations were a one room cabin with full bath. This included breakfast and supper each day. Food (kosher) was great and buffet style. The grounds of the kibbutz are beautiful, a real garden spot in the desert. This would be an ideal place for...

Thank TwoEyedFish
Reviewed 7 September 2011

I can't believe people don't like the kibbutz. It is heaven on earth and our second time. Even my fussy mother loved it, and it was much better than the second kibbutz we stayed at in Eilat (at her suggestion), which is like staying on a kibbutz, rather make-shift, whereas Kibbutz Ein Gedi has made this businessinto a beautiful resort....

Thank CFGayle
Reviewed 16 August 2011

The food at this beautiful spot is simply amazing, especially on shabbat, friday night. By far the best buffet I ever tasted. The atmosphere in the kibbutz hotel is very relaxed and pleasant. NIce staff, nice mix of clients.The tropical gardens and the setting on a hill above the Dead Sea are gorgeous. Don't go in august, however: it really...

2Thank Harissa5
Reviewed 1 August 2011

A beautiful and special location! The gardens are stunning and our evening meal and breakfast were delicious with a huge variety of fresh produce, really good value!

Thank Nicola C
Reviewed 29 July 2011

I was a little hesitant thinking that we would be spending part of our 25th wedding anniversary at a Kibbutz. We spent 4 days at Ein Gedi. First of all the help all spoke English well and we were treated no different than their regular Clientele. We loved the meals, kosher yes; but delicious and a great variety. The rooms...

2Thank bigbandan
The Netherlands
Reviewed 24 July 2011

we stopped here for lunch as part of a guided tour of Jerusalem and the Dead Sea. Unfortunately our guide did not provide guidance and we found the cafetaria somewhat user unfriendly if you did not speak Hebrew or Russian! The quality and selection of food was poor. We found reasonably priced snacks (shoarma rolls) but our fellow cruisers paid...

1Thank dutchclogs

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  • Breakfast included
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Free Internet
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
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Additional Information about Kibbutz Ein Gedi

Address: P.O. Box 32169, Ein Gedi 8698000, Israel
Region: Israel > Dead Sea Region > Ein Gedi
Price Range: ₹ 10,867 - ₹ 17,709 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Kibbutz Ein Gedi 3*
Number of rooms: 120
Also Known As:
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Kibbutz Ein Gedi Dead Sea
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