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Newest reviews for Almog Kibbutz Hotel

  • Michal
    July 14, 2014


    Far from everything. You need to have a car to get there, and from there anywhere ;). Quite outdated already.


  • Anonymous
    July 13, 2014

    Nice oasis in the midst of a desert. Great facilities!

    Too many other large groups. Pool hours are not good for those only staying one night.


  • Katerina
      Czech Republic
    June 30, 2014

    Good location for going to the Dead Sea, petrol station nerby has some eating options. Wifi in the reception area, also at the terrace in front of it.

    Didn't get explained where breakfast was served and at what time, had to ask and search for the building. Pool can get really busy with local families but otherwise it's a very welcome refreshment. There is fridge and kettle in the appartnment kitchen but nowhere around the Kibbutz to buy any groceries at all - the reception could sell some basic food items.


  • Danelle
      United Kingdom
    June 10, 2014

    I needed a place to stay near the Dead Sea and this was it. I fell in love with this Kibbutz. The night sky views were amazing and so was the atmosphere. the rooms are awesome too. I am already looking to return!


  • Ginger
      United States of America
    June 8, 2014

    The hotel was clean, the staff were courteous, and the hotel was close to En-gedi and Masada. It was only a short drive to a couple restaurants.

    Although we had ordered a room with 3 twin beds were initially given a double bed and a single; another single bed was brought in at our request, however. $177 for a room with three beds for one night seemed a bit pricey.


  • Anonymous
    June 7, 2014

    Comfy bed, shower works fine and breakfast was surprisingly tasty and varied. Nice surroundings with gardens and palm trees. The windows had anti-mosquito nets, which was great.

    Location is a problem: if you don't have a car it's really difficult to get around as it's in the middle of the desert. There are buses to Dead Sea area (South) or Jerusalem (North), but you need to walk 2 km to reach the junction where the bus stop is, which is not so handy in the night or if you are tired. There's no place nearby to buy water or something to eat - the closest shop is again in the junction and they take advantage of the isolated of the place to charge a fortune for anything. The staff at the reception are not extremely friendly (probably just their personality).


  • Anonymous
    June 1, 2014

    Ants and cockroaches in the room


  • Anonymous
    May 26, 2014

    Location is close to Jericho and the Dead Sea. The pool is also a big plus at this location at the edge of the desert.

    The rooms, especially the bathrooms, could do with a bit of spruce up, but then again, everything was working but just looked a bit dated. But to be fair, the price to quality ratio is quite good compared to other places in the region.


  • Irina
      United Kingdom
    May 15, 2014

    Oasis in the middle of the desert, full of flowers and birds. Fantastic fresh air! The breakfast was amazing, huge choice and really delicious. The accomodation was very nice as well. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

    It is a bit isolated. You need to have a car to get anywhere. I do not recommend to wonder around the kibbutz at night as we met a couple of not very friendly dogs, though I think they were defending their private territory and no harm was done. Also, beware of moscitos at night. I recommend to do a moscito check before going to bed. We killed those that we found and had a good night sleep.


  • Sarka
      Czech Republic
    May 11, 2014

    excellent breakfast

    very poor condition of the garden, everything dry, nobody took care


  • Frank
    May 8, 2014

    The cottage was good with much space and clean.

    the beds were too small and the matrasses hard. The breakfast was bad.


  • Dean
      United Kingdom
    April 27, 2014

    30 minutes from jerusalem, 15 minutes to northern dead sea

    Reception was closed on arrival - around 9.30 pm - front desk is not 24 hour double beds requested - we got twin beds lots of mosquitos in the room, had to buy anti-mosquito repellant on a 30 minute drive at 10pm, as there are no shops selling it in the dead sea area swimming pool was closed, only open seasonal hotel booking form said we had the last room - not true, the place was virtually empty breakfast was poor, cold, bread was not fresh, orange juice was not fresh price of room was not correct


  • Deborah
      United States of America
    April 22, 2014

    Almog Kibbutz has a homey feeling and nice amenities. We liked the quick drive to the Dead Sea facility. I'd love to return someday and stay longer.

    I'd like to suggest that when it comes time for some refurbishments, that they replace the wood in the showers with some type of materials that's water resistant.


  • Igor
    March 17, 2014

    Great breakfast It was kind a village Cheap Quiet place

    If you have no car, can be a problem to get there Staff didn't know almost nothing about sightseeing, hot to get there Internet wasn't working in the room, just in reseption


  • רון
    February 22, 2014

    We had the standard (not renovated) rooms which were perfect for our needs. The kids could play outside on the grass. Just outside the kibbutz is a great hike and within a short distance one can visit Qumran, where the Dead Sea scrolls were found, and within less than 1 hr. one could see the Oasis of Ein Gedi or Masada and the great Dead Sea beaches are 15 minutes away. Jerusalem is about 30 minutes away. The place was cheap, which suited our needs. We were 2 adults and 2 kids (under 6) and a baby.

    Since we got the cheaper rooms they were still not renovated, but again- suited our needs...


  • Andrzej
    February 6, 2014

    Good, location and facilities. Tasty breakfast. The staff very helpfull.


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    February 5, 2014




  • Jakub
      Czech Republic
    February 1, 2014

    Very good breakfeast, friendly for children, unique quiet experience.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    January 5, 2014

    Very noisy


  • Anonymous
    January 2, 2014

    The rooms are wide and well equipped, in bungalows and small houses with green gardens and flowers around. The personnel in the reception were polite. There is a restaurant inside if you decide to stay for the dinner with buffet meal (about 22 usd) and a bar with many kinds of beers. Wifi is available at the bar but not in the rooms. Abundant breakfast included, from 6.30 to 9 in the morning. There are also a couple of restaurants 2 kilometres out of the village(respectively "Cafè cafè" with jewish food and "Canaan land" with arabic food), located near the gas station on the main street. The kibbutz is located near to the archaeological site of Qumran and the Dead Sea, about 30 kilometres from Jerusalem, so it is a good point to stop for one night if you visit the region. There is a bus Egged going inside the village and another one stopping on the main road, connecting with Jerusalem and the Dead Sea, but it is much better renting a car in order to visit the region since it is quite isolated.

    The holiday village is located in a kibbutz, a jewish settlement in an oasis inside the West Bank, a few kilometres from the north shore of the Dead Sea: on one side it is quite a peculiar and particular experience to sleep inside a settlement like that; on the other side it's worth noticing that you may not be completely at yours ease and not feel fully safe (if you are not used to weapons) since you can find civilian settlers going around with machine-guns at night, altough there are also armied israelian soldiers and barbed wire fencing all around the kibbutz. In any case we went out for dinner (by car) to the arabic restaurant and everybody around have been kind with us. It can be a weird and singular experience, but if you are sensitive or easily frightened take into consideration the particular nature of the place.


  • Julia
      United Kingdom
    November 17, 2013

    great location, close to the dead sea. Breakfast was fine.

    staff gave inconsistent information and Friday and Saturdays difficult to find good food options.


  • Maria
      United Kingdom
    October 23, 2013

    Close to the Dead Sea The staff were helpful and friendly We saw a traditional Shabbat which was a great cultural experience

    Armed security at the gates Army night patrols within the terrriory, fully armed was unsettling If you didnt have a car it would be impossible to walk anywhere or see anything The rooms were not very clean


  • Anonymous
    October 22, 2013

    The location was good for us as we were on our way from Meztada to the North. The kibbutz was pleasant. As soon as I spoke to the man at the bar (at 10 PM), he had the broken shower head repaired.

    Shower holder was broken. Room had an odor from a deodorant source (as used in old-age homes) Loud music from a party at the pool until 11:00 or more.


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