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Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Hotel

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Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 11 January 2017

We visited two weeks ago to hike the Ein Gedi trails and stayed at the wonderful kibbutz hotel. The grounds were beautiful. We walked all over and enjoyed the gorgeous gardens. The rooms were a little rustic but very clean and offered everything we needed from a hot water heater for tea and coffee and ample towels. We had breakfasts...

Thank Marla S
Reviewed 22 November 2016

The location is great, in a lush oasis on the Dead Sea and only kilometres away from the Masada. The botanical garden is remarkable. The hotel, however, leaves much to be desired, especially in terms of service and friendliness of the staff. The spa amenities close at 6 pm, just the best moment of the day to enjoy a dip...

Thank Mauro M
Haifa, Israel
Reviewed 5 November 2016

This hotel is set in beautiful surroundings, the rooms are clean and the service is very accomodating. The nicest thing was that I forgot my bathing suit in the room and when I called housekeeping they had found it and sent it to me by registered mail. Very nice of them!

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Thank zlivneh
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 12 September 2016

This hotel is composed of small units, either near the xeriscaped Botanical Garden or overlooking the Ein Gedi Canyon. I stayed in the newer part overlooking the canyon and designed like a biblical house. The room was great, especially the sandstone-tiled shower. This is a perfect place to stay before or after hiking in the Ein Gedi Nature Preserve, my...

Thank Amnon E
Reviewed 13 June 2016

We love the contrast of water and the desert and come to Ein Gedi as often as we can. The Hotel at the Kibbutz offers easy access to the local hikes with an incredibly beautiful setting. The kibbutz itself is amazing - a village that is a botanical garden - it's really an Eden by itself. The room we stayed...

Thank Ted M
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

This place is heaven on earth! Our rooms were spacious with balconies towards the mountains. My room was in a corner of the building on second floor so it had windows to two different directions. My bathroom had bathtub and beautiful view to the mountains. Imagine yourself floating in bubble bath, sipping some wine, looking that amazing view. I did...

Thank alizatravels
Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

We arrived on a Friday afternoon. Our "Superior" room didn't come cheap: 1700 shekels (around $420) for one night (though our friends who booked 24hrs before us paid 2100: we booked on the day). The room was disappointing: one double bed for my wife and me, and one sofa bed for our kids aged three and five (which hadn't been...

Thank Elmo_Cohen
Reviewed 14 October 2015

Cons: Stayed in room 23 - "midbar" room: VERY old & outdated, especially for 336 USD a night (half-board). There are many flies around, everywhere.. very annoying ! At dinner, Red wine was served cold.. I hope management will take care of the flies issue. Pros: WiFi is free but reception is medium in room. Synergy Spa is very good,...

Thank Haimb
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 October 2015

This was our 4th stay at this hotel and yet again it failed to disappoint. We stayed in a superior Arugot room which has stunning views of the desert and Wadi Arugot. The rooms are clean,spacious and comfortable with good storage and nice ensuite bathrooms with walk in shower. Basic rooms are very basic. The hotel is situated in the...

Thank lara d
Reviewed 27 July 2015 via mobile

This place is beautiful. Great nature, nice people, very relaxed. Pool, spa all well done. Rooms or small houses are basic but then again it is a kibbutz. Mickey the guy that checks you in is a very warm person and typical Israeli. Definetly a place to go back to and highly recommended for those that donot want to stay...

Thank Dutch1961Amsterdam

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The 176 room Ein Gedi Kibbutz Resort Hotel is located in one of the most scenic areas in the world, on the edge of the Judean Desert, overlooking the mineral-rich Dead Sea and Moab Mountains. Ein Gedi Country offers a variety of safari routes in the wild, remote interior of the Judean Hills. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Hotel

Address: Ein Gedi 86980, Israel
Region: Israel > Dead Sea Region > Ein Gedi
Price Range: €65 - €140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 176
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“We chose one of the larger rooms in the "casitas", not the motel rooms. Large enough for the three of us.”
MarlaS421, 11 Jan 2017 | Read review
“The newer rooms are beautifully designed, bur further from the Dining Hall, parking and the gardens.”
amnone2015, 12 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Don't book midbar room, very outdated ! Go to see the little Zoo near the dining room.”
Haimb, 14 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Go for a superior room which has been recently renovated or an Arugot room. Basic rooms are very basic”
larad307, 5 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Â room with â view on the mountain or on the Dead sea”
klemmp, 8 Jul 2015 | Read review
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