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Very friendly staff, clean room with coffee maker and mini fridge.Nice size heated pool and a smaller Dead Sea water pool too. Sauna (not separated) and dressing/shower rooms. Central location and free parking. Very rich breakfast!We even got a bottle of wine the first evening.No...More
Nice family run hotel at the very centre of Arad City
basic simple but yet very clean and cosy rooms
Extremly helpful and welcoming staff!
They all make you feel at home and serve you whenever you need.
Plenty of free parking lot
The hotel was very reasonably priced and, because of that, my friend and I didn't have high expectations when we stayed there for the weekend. The hotel is like any other hotel (nothing exciting about the decor), very basic and very clean, but it had...More
In a distant and a problematic location such as Arad, it is hard to find a nice place to stay at.
Inbar hotel serves it's purpose very well. The rooms are clean ,equipped with air conditioning and satTV. The food is sufficient and tasty. The...More
Spent the night here since it was the cheapest hotel close to Masada I could find. Has the potential to be good, but it wasn't very good.
First, the hotel claims to have free wifi, but not in the rooms. Second, when I woke up...More
US$90 - US$158 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We are interested in hiking the easier masada trail (which i believe is the Roman Path?) Google Maps indicates that it's about a 45 minute drive to Masada. I see another road called 3199 and I'm wondering if this is suitable for traveling from Inbar Hotel in Arad to the Roman Path or is the longer road better for traveling?
4 April 2016|
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The road 3199 from Arad to the western side of Massada is the shorter way to Massad and will take about 25 minutes - it is narrow, windy and not very forgiving but if you drive it carefully there is no reason why you should... More
The road 3199 from Arad to the western side of Massada is the shorter way to Massad and will take about 25 minutes - it is narrow, windy and not very forgiving but if you drive it carefully there is no reason why you should not use it.
3199 takes you to the car park on the Western side of Massada and the trail head of the Roman Ramp path which is the shorter and easier hike up to Massada and that takes about 20 minutes depending on your fitness level. It still involves a pretty steep ascent on a dirt path with lots of steps.
The museum, visitor's center and conveniency stores on the eastern side of Massada are not accessable from the summit unless you go down by foot or cable car but you can easily choose to take the cable car down and then back up to the top before walking back to your car at the trail head.
There is no easy way from the West to the East (or the other way) but that that crosses the summit of Massada. Although distances on the map may look small do not under estimate the distance and difficulty of any hikes in this region.
Depending on where you plan to go after your visit to Massada 3199 could be a good plan. If you are planning on heading to the Dead Sea, or via the Dead Sea, after your visit to Massada then 3199 is the poorer option.
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"We paid over $200 which was high for the age of the room."