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Kibbutz Ein Gedi, Kibbutz Ein Gedi, 86980, Israel – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 1155 reviews)
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Ping-Pong, Hiking, Sauna, Solarium, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath, Private Beach Area, Indoor Pool (seasonal), Hot Spring Bath, Playground
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Laundry, Ironing Service, Suit Press, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Russian, Hebrew, French, English, German
From 3:00 PM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge in an extra bed.
One child from 3 to 12 years is charged 25 % of the room stay per night in an extra bed.
One older child or adult is charged 30 % of the room stay per night in an extra bed.
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.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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At the entrance to Ein Gedi's National Park, on the western shore of the Dead Sea, Ein Gedi Beit Sarah Guest House & Youth Hostel provides modern rooms and dormitories.
Score from 615 reviews Very 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 712 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 147 reviews Good
Located in the Kana`im Valley, Kfar Hanokdim is set in an oasis surrounded by palm trees. It offers air conditioned rooms and traditional Bedouin meals in a unique desert location.
Score from 20 reviews Very good
They have new buildings (or newly renovated ones?), we stayed in one of those apartments and that was excellent quality, very nice. The whole scenery is of course beautiful.
Spa condition could have been cleaner.
- delicious food, big buffet with loads of choices - beautiful area with loads of possibilities such as hiking in the desert, day trips to Jerusalem, Eilat, etc. - very nice SPA!!! a great place to relax and enjoy a quiet, beautiful vacation!
the staff at the reception didn't know a lot about what to do in the area
The dining room was nice and we enjoyed dinner and breakfast
Patchy wifi in rooms Hadn't appreciated that you can only swim in the Dead Sea at certain points, and the Ein Gedi beach was inaccessible to roadworks. The kibbutz can't be blamed for that but it did make it all the more disappointing that children under 16 weren't allowed in the kibbutz spa. The Sea of Spa down the road didn't place the same restriction but was closing by the time we found it, and I took my (12-year-old) son to two other such places within Israel.
Absolutely beautiful location with gorgeous panoramas over desert mountains, valleys and Dead Sea; magnificent gardens to stroll through; fabulous breakfasts, friendly staff, great spa centre. Just wonderful.
bigger or more towels would help
I'm a tourist from the USA and was charged the 18% tax because I didn't have my VISA. Was never told to keep it and was never asked for it when leaving the country. It seems that it's just to get tourists to pay the tax. Spent 4 nights in a hotel in Eilat and they didn't ask for it and I didn't have to pay the tax. Left a bad taste for Israel.Also, wifi didn't work.
Spa facility; Waking up overlooking the Dead Sea; The Garden; Buffet breakfast.
Double bed was two singles ...
Great buffet breakfast and supper, enormous choice and tasty food. Great location with view on mountain. Superior room is super.
They charged us 18% VAT because we had lost a certain paper from customs. Just Israelis have to pay this tax. We had our passports and still they insisted on charging us this tax. Other hotels and car rentals in Israel did not charge this tax, but some had us complete a form. This hotel has a bad attitude towards foreign clients. Too bad, other aspects were fine.
The location. The breakfast.
The male staff member was rude pretty much with every question I asked him. When I asked him about the library he snapped that they had no library, and I told him it was mentioned in the brochure. When he couldn't get a call through for me, he said that it was because I gave him the wrong number, later admitting that their phonelines had been down. Wifi barely (if ever) works in the rooms. Cats everywhere! Rooms are like college dormrooms...the most expensive dormrooms ever. Quite an amazing spread for dinner, but mediocre food for the ridiculously high price.
Location, botanic garden
Rooms and Location and Atmosphere!
it's a unique hotel like an oasis in the middle of brown rocks and desert it used to be and still is a kibbutz - we took part in a tour of the kibbutz which was really interesting food is nice
the problem with room/ cleaning service is that they don't understand English
Everything about the place in fact. It's remoteness, it's desert location, The gardens
It was expensive for the one night stay. The VAT was NOT included in the quoted price we obtained in advance.
The upgraded room was very nice and comfortable. The hotel is in a beautiful natural setting. One can see mountain goats walking around the grounds. Great spa with warm sea water. There are amazing places to hike. Great place to relax with or without children. Our grandkids loved it!
The standard room was below all expectations, very outdated and depressing. Thankfully, when we asked for a better room, we got a very nice room for $30 extra per person which included visit to a nice spa short walk away from our room.
The location and the botanical gardens are of stunning beauty. Breakfast and dinner were excellent.
The room was very average. It was clean but nothing was in very good condition.
Location and botanic garden; SPA facilities
Staff are the rudest I have seen in Israel. Don't go unless you have a car, as they are not in any way prepared to help those to get there by public transport, and note there is NO local and easily accessible taxi service. For 200 $ a night they could make an effort, rather than looking at you contemptously just because you don't have a car. Rooms are of a 3 stars standard, certainly not worth the price.
Beautiful garden and outstanding location, well organized place.
windows in dining room ugly dirty.
I have had a very good time in the Kibbuz which in its whole is a botanical garden. I think this is the ideal place to stay for all those who want to forget their routine and who want to spend some time in perfect harmony whith nature. It is ideal for hikers since it is next to the nature reserve of Ein Gedi.
Nice landscape and location, quiet and peaceful atmosphere and actually all what is not mentioned in red.
The capacity of WiFi is not sufficient. At peak hours it was not accessible probably due to massive traffic from multiple uses. Double bed was virtually two twins that were not secured together to prevent from shifting apart.
The spa was unique in having a pool of heated Dead Sea water as well as fresh water pool sauna steam and treatments. It was designed to take advantage if its dramatic location and has the added charm of a nature reserve and ibexes easily observed. Ideal place to stay when seeing Masada or historical sites along the Dead Sea food was outrageously good with great variety. You could eat healthy and delicious because of all the great vegetable dishes.
Front desk staff was helpful but could have been a bit more friendly and gracious
The location was excellent View of the Dead Sea beautiful. The gardens, plants, shrubs and trees of the Kibbutz were exquisite. The buffet in the diningroom for dinner was very tasty, plenty to eat, but expensive The breakfast (included) was very tasty and lots to eat
The price advertised on the web was ~715 Shekels when we booked. When we checked in the price we had to pay was ~890 shekels. We were explained that the Shekel rate is converted into USD on the date of booking and then converted into Shekeks on the check in date. In addition we had to pay VAT as we are Israeli citizens! This is not acceptable. The price advertised was ~ 715 Shekels. In Israel, all prices include VAT, and that is the price we should have paid.
It is a splendid side up on a plateau with a great view in each direction. The hotel has a new Spa which I enjoined. They also have a shuttle to the beach and to the public Spa. The food is extraordinary. I be not had ever such a variety on a buffet. It's all located in a botanic garden so you find yourself in Paradise.
It is really too expensive. The staff at the reception is only medium friendly. The dining room has no atmospher.
Restaurant was great, excellent location and view, food, staff (apart from the grim lady at the reception), gardens etc.
Wifi coverage is pretty bad in some areas
Paradise on Earth, amazing nature, wonderful place to relax created by kibbutz community. Best place to enjoy the pleasures of Dead Sea.
First night too noisy till late because of neighbors.
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