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Hafetz Hayim

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Jerusalem, Israel
Reviewed 24 August 2016

The beautiful gardens are lovely in day time and the illumination makes it look like fairytale land. The perfect time for the chuppa was just before sunset and the atmosphere was magical. Inside the hall everything was fine. Just the music was unpleasantly loud.

1Thank tovluka
Reviewed 27 June 2016

We stayed at the kibbutz hafted hayim for a weekend on a group trip. We found the accommodation clean and it had recently been renovated. Our room had a little area to sit outside which was nice. The staff that we met were very helpful. It was great for children as there is the water park a few minutes walk...

1Thank SAbrahams
Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed 19 April 2016

worse place ever very standing not that cleaned not renewed for at least 20 years, the bath door was completely destroyed very bad quality for high price 400 USD the manager refused to give us the money back neither to change the room he just left us disappointed,pissed of and annoyed in his office

2Thank Eliezer M
Jerusalem, Israel
Reviewed 25 February 2016

We arrived at this hotel with a little trepidation, knowing that this was an older establishment with rooms that have aged over time. The fee for a Shabbos was absolutely exorbitant. I have travelled the world, and stayed in some of the most luxurious hotels, the cost for a single night (over Shabbos) was more expensive then all of them....

5Thank savytravel99
Reviewed 23 December 2014

this is more of a resort with a dining room than a hotel. that said, it's very suitable for families (cabins are available with up to 9 beds) and the food is of the highest kosher standards available. the food is good and plentiful and caters to various israeli tastes some of the rooms/cabins are in serious need of minor...

6Thank notreallythabo
Reviewed 12 October 2014

Shalom! Stayed at Zipori Class Hotel at Hafetz Haim Kibbutz in Israel this Sukkot holiday. The room was a "Royal" with 2 single beds and a sofa bed, although somewhat small. Interior was clean, recently updated and of a good quality . Air Conditioning and all other basic amenities functioned well. The room was on the ground floor in a...

5Thank Ovadia B
Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed 10 June 2014

This is a Kibbutz! Some of the rooms were upgraded and are okay. The rest are old rooms from 50 years ago. You cannot stay at this place. See the reveiw of Hankn. Every word is true! I've written over 30 reviews about hotels all over the world,but this place beats them all. I will never return there again! Our...

2Thank DavidRose59
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 August 2013

Nice and clean place, air conditioning was great considering how hot it was outside. All the amenities that a religious Jew needs for Shabbos were provided. The staff were very Friendly and helpful. The Gardens grounds and surrounding area is beautiful.

5Thank NosonK
Shanghai, China
Reviewed 31 July 2013

Stayed here a few times with my family, this hotel includes a water park and mini amusement park included in the hotel price, the hotel has beautiful green grounds and bike trails, the food was okay , the rooms are tired and needs a serious upgrade, service well is non existent, rooms are smelly, and there is wifi only in...

7Thank Mashgiach
Reviewed 13 October 2012

The Kibbutz Hafetz Hayim Hotel is not really a hotel but rather a collection of rooms spread out over the grounds of the kibbutz. The rooms are spartan yet clean. The dining room is the old kibbutz dining room and is a 2-4 minute walk from the rooms (all outdoors). The food is not great, somewhat oily yet plentiful. The...

6Thank hankn

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Address: Kibbutz Hafetz Hayim, Hafetz Hayim, Israel
Region: Israel > Central District > Hafetz Hayim
Number of rooms: 63
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“apparently there is a royal room which is better”
  • log cabin
  • shower room
  • small bunk bed room
 of 5 bubbles savytravel99, 25 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Royal room”
  • Rooms from outside
  • Lawn in front of the room
 of 5 bubbles ovadiab, 12 Oct 2014 | Read review
“Despite what I wrote,if you have to go there use only "royal rooms" nothing else.”
 of 5 bubbles DavidRose59, 10 Jun 2014 | Read review
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