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Kibbutz Hotel offers a great location, just a 5-minute drive from the Dead Sea. Free private parking is possible on site. Rooms at the Ein Gedi Kibbutz Hotel are set in the rich botanical gardens. Located in an oasis close to the shore of Dead Sea and Massada, belonging to a kibbutz, it's an experience it shouldn't be missed. The rooms are spread in the oasis in small buildings, only ground floor, except for junior suites. There are plenty of parking plots between the buildings. We had a standard room, very comfortable, with all necessary amenities. Wi-fi was fast in the whole enclosure. What is special to this hotel is that between the buildings its an abundance of plants, trees and bushes, keeping in mind that is surrounded by desert. Being very isolated, they have a community restaurant where they serve breakfast and dinner, buffet type, with large assortment of food, very tasty that can satisfy almost any possible request. They have Sinergy Spa in the enclosure and the Beach Spa where they offered all kind of treatments specific to Dead Sea region (extra payment is needed). I tried the beach spa because we wanted to go to the beach also, but I bet the Sinergy Spa was awesome. They have two outdoor pools one inside Sinergy Spa and one in the enclosure. For me it was like heaven, I really needed those days after a busy period.
Set in the entrance of Ein Gedi's National Park, HI - Ein Gedi Hostel offers modern rooms and dormitories. It is located 0.6 mi north of Ein Gedi Kibbutz. WiFi is free throughout. Very friendly and helpful staff. The food was always fresh and tasty, meaning it is preapared with passion and love for culinaries. Special thanks and highest appreciation to Mustafa, the chef in the restaurant, who was always very kind, and each time offered us something extras, from the local specialities. During our visit in Israel we never experienced again this, outside of En Gedi Hostel.
Dead Sea Camping is set in Ein Gedi, within 0.6 mi of The Botanical Garden in Kibbutz Ein Gedi, and offers both tents and empty lots. Guests can use shared toilets and showers at the property. 🙏🏻⛺️ It was great!!! Great people working there , checked on us twice!!! Nice place- amazing sunrise view, good location! Thank you!!!!
We have been there quite a few times but will make sure next time not to do this during the hot summer months again. we were unable to complete the walk to the waterfalls this time due to the extreme heat.
Masada, Ein Gedi (in some places it is written as En Gedi but I think both refer to the same) and the Dead Sea are a must see in one’s lifetime I think. It made me look up what the seven wonders of the world were (I couldn’t recall) because I was sure it had to be on there. It’s not. I vote for an 8th wonder!
The spa just down the highway is horribly rundown. A huge disappointment. We understand the Sea has receded (it used to be just across the road in 1978) but there is no excuse for the tourist trap that the Dead Sea Spa has become.
I loved the gardens surrounding the kibbutz, friendly staff. But room is very outdated for the cost . Dirty furniture on the patio . Additional charges for their spa , pool was ok but unclean chairs and broken recliners by the pool . Expected better quality.
We used the kibbutz as base when we visited Masada and Qumran. We enjoyed the dairy restaurant at the kibbutz and went in the hot springs. The gardens are beautiful and the atmosphere of the kibbutz is so relaxing
Great hotel. Great location, views, close to Ein Gedi Park, lovely room. A little pricey but includes breakfast and we were comped one dinner- buffet fantastic- great food and variety for both breakfast and dinner. On site spa also included, very relaxing with a salt and regular pool, sauna, etc.
Reaching Ein Gedi Kibbutz hotel by bus is super easy, it stops just in front of the reception hall. The structure is well organized, the room was wide and everything is surrounded by amazing nature. The swimming pool is packed with kids but you have options, chilling at the Spa or either use their bus to go to the sea and enjoy floating like you never did before.
Really cool concept, camping next to the Dead Sea with great views and a nice chill out area. Location is ok as anywhere in that part of Israel can be, short walk to a bus stop and a mini-mart. Tents are reasonably comfortable.
The camp is at a nice location at the end of Kibbutz Ein Gedi, above the Red Sea. Without a car though, its hard to reach. The team is very laid back and friendly, and serves tasty pizza.
A good surprise. We went for the holiday. The meals were great as in a good hotel . The stuff was helpful.
Great location, in center of oasis kibbutz near Dead Sea, Masada and great hiking trails.