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Ein Gedi Kibbutz Hotel Good 7.6 The relaxed feel about the whole location Great food selection
HI - Ein Gedi Hostel Very good 8.1 Amazing place, very friendly and helpful staff, very good location(bus stop 1 min, Dead Sea beach 5 min, nature reserve national park 3 min to walk). Also food for dinner and breakfast was excellent.

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    • The location on Israel's Dead Sea is exceptional offering access to the Ein Gedi Nature Preserve, Masada, and the Dead Sea. It is a beautiful oasis in the middle of a desolate desert. It is readily accessible from Jerusalem.

    • This guest house is in the desert, and enjoys the calming air and mineral waters of the Dead Sea. The new spa makes the most of these resources and provides relaxing, healing treatments. The gardens at the guest house, home to beautiful birds, are inspirational. This is a great place to go to relax and see how people can live in balance with nature, and how nature can help us destress in our modern busy lives.

    • Cute little bungalows, great location very close to the Dead Sea. This is NOT near the luxurious spas of Ein Bokek,which is on the southern portion of the Dead Sea. We chose this place because wanted to experience something of Kibbutz life in Israel and had no interest in the fancy spas further south.

    • We stayed at the Dead Sea two years ago at one of the big hotels, which was boring. In contrast, Ein Gedi Kibbutz was an amazing location in the middle of a botanical garden which looks like a miracle in the mids of the desert. We took the kibbutz tour with Daniela which was a real eye opener and the Spa treatments are beyond words...

    • The beautiful surroundings, the wonderful Israeli meals, the history of the kibbutz, the Ein Gedi spa/beach at the Dead Sea, and the animals (ibexes, hyraxes, cats, and dogs) on the premises.

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