Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Yesod Hamaala, Yarden Estate Boutique Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Yarden Estate Boutique Hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Dobrovin, which is a steakhouse that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Dubrovin Farm Museum is a nice way to spend some time.
Yarden Estate Boutique Hotel is sure to make your visit to Yesod Hamaala one worth remembering.
This more of a motel then hotel Cleaning is average Service can be better Breakfast not recommended, bad coffee. No elevator No room key card Pool is very small and can have no more then 5 families. We had the suite room which was very big and served us well. Parking is shared with the nearby stores But we always found a spot We had a good stay for 4 nights .
Definitely Not recommending, the motel looks like something you've had seen in a horror movie from the 80`s, even though the staff was semi nice, the motel was full of Orthodox Jews with a lot of kids running around, there is no space to actually see and feel the beautiful surrounding countryside, there's a big parking lot in front, I know you'd cage with parrots in the entrance to the motel, I couldn't figure out why, and a shopping center that is mostly deserted aside from two or three businesses that was open and empty, we only stayed one night even though we were in the golan heights for 4 days we decided to quietly leave and stay elsewhere, which came out to be the best decision we made on that trip, in short We will never be back there again.
Really very nice room, area very quiet at night. But somehow hall and room door design makes every opening and closing sound like a gunshot and every hallway conversation amplified. Comfortable beds. No elevator to second floor. Showers are very nice, only thing there is no hot water in them. I know problems do occur, but if the front desk promises hot water in 10 minutes max and still has none after an hour, something is fishy. Update: they now admit they have no idea when there will be hot water. Well, people do say cold showers are good for you. So here comes one!
Went there for one night, after visiting agamon-hula, and before continuing the trip. Maximum value for the price. Minor cons: 1) Instead of a queen sized bed, the room (for two) had two single beds 2) no table/desk for dining/working within the room; wasn't an issue, since the corridor outside and the lobby include several nice lounges 3) On Friday night, most nearby restaurants are closed, so prepare in advance. Pros: 1) Clean room 2) There's a gas station and convenience store in walking distance, which are indeed convenient. 3) Quiet 4) large, beautiful shower 5) powerful air conditioner
The location, cleanliness and food at this hotel was the very best we had for the entire trip to the Holy Land. The outdoor landscaping made for some wonderful pictures. The breakfast and dinner menus were a HUGE spread of delectable veg and non veg cuisine and we enjoyed this a lot as it gave us a peep into the local food and every single item was well prepared. The rooms and bath were big and very clean. AC's worked well and we wished our stay in this hotel was longer.