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M.P. dead sea 86980, Kibbutz Ein Gedi, 86980 , Israel – Show map
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Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Chapel/Shrine, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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The Kibbutz Hotel has a great location, just a 5-minute drive from the Dead Sea. Free entrance is available to Ein Gedi's private beach and the nearby spa's mineral pools.
Score from 1224 reviews Good
Featuring an outdoor pool and air conditioning, Massada Guest House & Youth Hostel is at the foot of the Massada plateau on the eastern edge of the Judaean Desert.
Score from 740 reviews Very good
Metsoke Dragot Hostel is located on a cliff 20 metres above sea level, boasting splendid views of the desert mountains and the Dead Sea. Free WiFi access is provided.
Score from 167 reviews Good
Located on the peaks of Zara Mountains overlooking the Dead Sea, Sehatty Resort is spread over 4000 acres of land. It features its own hot water springs, an indoor pool, a restaurant and a gym.
Score from 93 reviews Good
nice wiew of Dead See
you can check in only after 15:00 pm, it is in the middle of nothing
The hostel is located within easy walking distance of Ein Gedi reserve, which is fabulous. It has wonderful views of the Dead Sea, and the beautiful mountains behind. It is also within close proximity of Ein Gedi and Mineral Beach, the Ahava Factory and Masada. Our room was a bit sterile, but it was comfortable with everything you need, such as a good shower, fridge and kettle. We had a large balcony overlooking the Dead Sea, which was a real bonus. We paid extra to have dinner, which although not gourmet was fine, as was breakfast. Compared to the hotel it is good value, but keep in mind it is often busy and a little noisy with school groups.
The road is quite noisy, with trucks passing even in the middle of the night, which probably wouldn't be as noticeable if you closed the window. The room hadn't been cleaned as well as it could, as there was hair (not ours) on the bathroom floor. Also the meals were a bit basic. Having said that, I would still stay here again, they are just things that could be improved on by the hostel.
Food quality and management of traffic flow of large number og guets was very well done,
Have no suggestions -- if it's not broken, don't fix it!!
Good location and clean place.
a bit expensive for what it is, and the people at the reception were really not friendly!
The tourist region atractions: dead sea, natural reserves like nachal arugot!
Very little commercial services, because political reasons, the region authority gives permits only to the kibbuts habitants initiatives. (Monopol reasons) Bring all what you need because is difficult to buy products in the region
great staff, especially Briant! room view to Dead sea. clean and big enough room. Place really good, near public beach and absolutely perfect place - Nahal David valley and water streams!
Wi-Fi was working with interference, but was good enough. Breakfast seems with lots of food, but for hot - only omelette, and same both mornings.
Nice shower and bathrooms, good location.
The beds are super hard, I was more comfortable sleeping on the ground in a tent. The breakfast is horrible, we have been traveling for a while and this is the worst breakfast we had, the bread was hard and dry, poor salads , the cottage cheese gone bad. The omlet was made by powder, the napkin my girlfriend used had a blood on it! Defenetly better off sleeping in a tent in the night camp, buy yourself breakfast at a supermarket a day before
Some strange smell came at night and spoiled the impression. And the breakfast was very poor, and it lacked normal coffee. But the location and the view was wonderful.
Hostel good location very good food not bad but the cold water was off in the morning took a few hours to fix no apologys at all
No water in morning no explanation no apologys
Clean, breakfast larger than expected. Large room with 4 beds, hot pot for coffee, small refrigerator. Helpful staff. Just remember this is a basic place, nothing fancy. Fantastic location.
No screen to open bedroom window, would have been nice to have fresh air, but this is the only thing negative to say.
fantastic view of the Dead Sea. Close proximity to fantastic hiking- Wadi Arugot, David's waterfal,etc. It was a great quiet option for my family. The staff had small games for the kids to borrow for our stay.
Convenient location, good breakfest.
Some of the members of staff were really unwilling and/or rude, others were not very capable - we didn´t get the remote control to air condition and it took us a lot of time to energy to get somebody to solve it. The receptionist pulled down the rollers in front of our face with the reason that he is going to have a dinner.
The Dead Sea view
Not possible to by a glass of wine.
Great Location, good if plain room, balcony overlooking the Dead Sea ( ask for this, not all have it). Even during busy Sukkot holiday and with power out due to storm (all area out) was an excellent place to be. Close to swimming in Dead Sea and Ein Gedi national park. Beautiful location. I'd go back.
Parking is limited in very busy times
Extremely helpful and friendly staff, excellent location, clean rooms and beds, secured parking lot included in room price. The receptionist guy arranged breakfast packs for us so we didn't have to climb the Massada on empty stomach. Thanks for that again!
the rooms are very nice and big. The terrasse is very big and the sight is beautiful.
The street is very close and noisy. Very often there is no dinner in the hostel and no food in the area. Everything is far away.
- very nice location - balcony with great view - rich breakfast
View from room was excellent. Good Wifi capability. Brian at reception was very helpful!
Must take a bus to get to Dead Sea, which was another expense. There was construction site next to room and wind was blowing material around at night. No dinner served on premise and would have to take another bus for food. TV didn't work.
Convenient location. The quietness. Very clean. Breakfast. No smoking room. Secure parking. Allowing earlier admittance to the rooms.
No small market to purchase milk, bread etc. No swimming pool to relax and cool down in during the hot days! More tea and coffee sachets in the room, as well as more shower soap sachets.
Poor wifi in my room
Head of dining room very friendly & motivated to serve. Breakfast varied. Hotel room had bathroom sink, shower & toilet in separate rooms giving max. privacy fir group or family. Lovely view of Dead Sea & Jordan lights from window & balcony, also possible to see from beds when rearranged. Evenings even in hot season balcony could be enjoyed. 10 tame iboxes got onto the grounds. Birds singing. Friendly foreign cleaners willing to clean floors when requested in sign lang.as not able to undertand English. Hotel room & linen very clean on arrival. Electric kettle for boiling water & small refrigerator. Good parking space & bus stops on nearby main road below. Good air conditioning that could be set by guest. Ein Gedi kibbutz with beautiful int.garden, miizoo, kosher restaurant & minimarket with good variety a 30min walk on next hill. Biblical Ein Gedi valley with beautiful water spots and hiking possibilities daytimes very near. Across main road was public Dead sea swimming area with small foodstore open until 5pm. Ein Gedi spa short bus ride away with mineral bathing & mud body masks by Dead Sea.
Finnish husband missed hand shower connected to toilet. Wife missed hand shower in shower room. Both missed COLD water, as tap water burned hands. No food nearby after breakfast as dining room didn't serve other meals to guests (due to low guest no. resulting from Israeli & foreign cancellations caused by Hamas attacks elsewhere), even tho' they fixed meals for employees & one aged regular guest, i.e. no nearby cafe with inexpensive food or possibility of heating food somewhere in micro or on burner. Refrigerator too small with our summer need for cold fluids & noncookable food with no meals served after breakfast. Freezer compartment didn't freeze ice cream & ice. Some difficulty with young men working at reception, who didn't want to believe anything contrary to their previous beliefs of facts related to their area e.g. they were VERY annoyed with me when I informed them that there was no lifeguard at public swimming area or that good lighting and curbed sidewalks/pavements between main road & kibbutz on hill existed so no need to warn young people w/o car not to walk to or from kibbutz in dark but to take bus! Gravel on walking paths due to building projects made walking bit slippery.
+ Wonderful location near dead sea with great view of sea and Jordan + Free WIFI + Friendly staff + Discounts to local parks + Breakfast + Proximity to Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
- Lack of dinner options
Because of maintenance work, we were switched from the Ein Gedi Beit Sarah Guest House to the guest house at Masada, which is a relatively new, modern facility. Our unit had two rooms for the five of us and immeditate access to the Snake Trail and Tram for Masada, It was a convenient drive to Kibbutz Ein Gedi and the hiking there.
Even if it belongs to the same chain of "Massada Guest House & Youth Hostel", it is much better. The staff was very polite and the dinner was not too bad. You can walk to a public beach on the dead sea. If you want to visit Massada, this is the best not expansive place in the neighbourhood.
A little bit expensive
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