See why so many travelers make Ginosar Village their hotel of choice when visiting Ginosar. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts a pool and a lounge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Ginosar Village, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Beit Rona, which is a Mediterranean restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Ginosar Village as you experience all of the things Ginosar has to offer.
We were in a group of 14 people from 6 and 7 May. The photos do not correspond to the beauty of the place. It is much better. Well-kept environment, absolute tranquility, excellent food both in quality and quantity, our room in the bungalows was cute, very large, comfortable bathroom, even kitchenette. I wouldn't know better than that. Too bad that it is far from where I live in Italy, otherwise it would be nice to spend at least a week of relaxation. Congratulations on your excellent management
A serene resort with lots of grounds & sprawling gardens. There was even a room set aside for our devotionals in the morning or evenings before meals or the group could have a sunrise devotional at the block facing the sea. Very safe to walk & enjoy the sunrises & views of the Sea of Galilee from the kibbutz. Rooms were clean with amenities. There was also wifi. Good stopover for pilgrims.
This is a review of a visit to the kibbutz by our tour group. We found it disappointing and not what we expected, we had images of seeing lots of young people picking fruit in the orchards and working on the farms, not so. Met a couple of people who had been their since their hippie days and no doubt had a few stories they could have told, but we didn't have that much time! It was a simple walk around looking at run down homes and a couple of sculptures carved with power tools in a few days. Never saw the 2000 year old boat that was in the museum, overall, disappointing visit.
stopping point for an organized trip to the holy places of the Galilee. well structured, we stayed in the village of very comfortable single houses equipped with everything necessary. breakfast and dinner buffet both very good with lots of choice, convenient logistics. the complex is very well structured to offer many things to tourists, especially during the summer bathing season. recommended !
Let me begin by saying that the staff did do a good job trying to change my room each night so I would get a better night rest & the rooms are nice (basic, but cozy and have everything you need)....but.... (BTW wifi pretty much never worked in any of the 3 rooms we were in) Night 1: heavy paint smell in the room, changed rooms, neigbhored by very noisy girls who stayed up talking into the wee hours, had to call security twice on them. They were noisy, but rooms also aren't well insulated for sound, you can hear the room next door go to the bathroom! This is ok if you're keeping similar hours, but not ok if someone wants to stay up being obnoxious half the night. Night 2: Got moved to another room with quieter neighbors, thank you!!! But, there was always a cat waiting at the door for us, (someone had probably been letting it in) and it was near a sidewalk intersection where lots of cats were always present. I didn't even really know I was allergic to cats, but two nights exposure to the room and all the cats nearby and I was sick (as a dog?) fortunately, we didn't have to fly for over a week so I had time to recover, but I had a lot of trouble with my ears going to the Dead Sea... If I had known about my cat allergy, I'm sure they would've gladly put me in their hotel instead, which is what I will do in future. Food, well it's not so great in Israel anyway except for the salads, so this was pretty decent food, but nothing to rave about...but then food in Israel we didn't find much to write home about anyway....…