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Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Hotel

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Washington, DC
Reviewed 16 March 2010

Ein Gedi service is indescribably good. Everyone was friendly, accommodating, and proud of the kibbutz. Our room was beautiful beyond reason. Inside was spacious with a large bathroom, wifi and tv and fridge. There was also a little station for coffee and tea. Just outside our door was a little bistro table with a couple of chairs where we enjoyed...

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Seattle
Reviewed 10 March 2010

Overall I would recommend the Ein Gedi kibbutz as a great base for exploring the area around the dead sea - Masada, desert hiking and the dead sea itself. The kibbutz has a great setting with its desert botanical gardens and I would recommend it over the large hotels at Ein Bokek. Its very convenient for visiting the Wadi David...

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AV, California
Reviewed 7 February 2010

Our family stayed at the Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Hotel in a Botanical Garden room. We wanted to see and experience a Kibbutz and were delighted with such a rich experience. As you drive into the Kibbutz, you see a good deal of equipment and some fairly worn work buildings which may seem different than a polished, manicured, American style...

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NYC
Reviewed 1 January 2010

Location unbeateable but there is really lack of competition for reasonably priced rooms here anyway since there are very few choices to stay at the Dead Sea other than Ein Bokek with the high-rise hotels and Masada youth hostels. The kibbutz is located in a renown botanical garden and is very scenic. The check-in desk personnel is relatively unhelpful but...

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Palo Alto, California
Reviewed 30 December 2009

This was one of the best places I stayed in Israel. Set in a garden and overlooking mountains, the hotel offers comfortable rooms, a friendly and helpful staff and gorgeous views. Ein Gedi felt a little like summer camp in the best possible sense. There's a big dining room for breakfast and dinner, where you get to eat like an...

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Reviewed 17 December 2009

We stayed in one of the small, unrenovated rooms which was adequate for one night but clearly feeling its age. Next time we might opt for one of the newer rooms. The grounds are beautiful, the food plentiful and delicious. A perfect spot for experiencing the Dead Sea area.

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London
Reviewed 5 December 2009

What a privilege to have been able to spend Christmas 2005 and 2006 in this wonderful place and extraordinary location. I loved it here - nowhere else is quite like it. It is run well and there is unsurprisingly a great sense of community here. The accommodation is comfortable, the food of a good standard. The gardens are fabulous -...

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Kissimmee, Florida
Reviewed 22 September 2009

We stayed 2 nights at Ein Gedi. The room was small but comfortable With a safe and fridge. The grounds are beautiful with plants from all over the world. The included breakfast and dinner were excelent. The pool was large a very relaxing. Included in the price is admission to the Ein Gedi Spa across the road with an indoor...

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London
Reviewed 2 September 2009

I wasnt sure whether to write a review since for selfish reasons i would want to deter too many people from visiting incase it starts to get too popular and then it'll be full when we wish to return...for return we shall.We decided to stay there after visiting the nature reserve (dont miss it!!!), rather than drive back the same...

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uk
Reviewed 14 July 2009

we spent only one night here but i wish we could have stayed for longer and i would love to go back. we were in one of the desert rooms, which was very cheesily decorated, but really comfortable and spotlessly clean. the setting was incredible, overlooking the sea and amongst beautiful gardens. the food was amazing - you will definitely...

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  • Pool
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Breakfast included
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Shuttle Bus Service
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The 176 room Ein Gedi Kibbutz Resort Hotel is located in one of the most scenic areas in the world, on the edge of the Judean Desert, overlooking the mineral-rich Dead Sea and Moab Mountains. Ein Gedi Country offers a variety of safari routes in the wild, remote interior of the Judean Hills. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Hotel

Address: Ein Gedi 86980, Israel
Region: Israel > Dead Sea Region > Ein Gedi
Price Range: RM308 - RM660 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 176
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“We chose one of the larger rooms in the "casitas", not the motel rooms. Large enough for the three of us.”
MarlaS421, 11 Jan 2017 | Read review
“The newer rooms are beautifully designed, bur further from the Dining Hall, parking and the gardens.”
amnone2015, 12 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Don't book midbar room, very outdated ! Go to see the little Zoo near the dining room.”
Haimb, 14 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Go for a superior room which has been recently renovated or an Arugot room. Basic rooms are very basic”
larad307, 5 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Â room with â view on the mountain or on the Dead sea”
klemmp, 8 Jul 2015 | Read review
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