Ein Gedi hotel dead sea Review - 92% stars hotel

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Address: Ein Gedi Country Kibbutz Ein Gedi MP Dead Sea Ein Gedi, Israel
Holiday Village, Kibbutz Hotel
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"We had a great time! The rooms are "fine" if you have never been to Israel, expect a glorified ..."
Lisa , United States
24 July 2015
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29 January 2015

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Traveler Rating:


  • Rating 4/5Hotel (overall)
  • Rating 5/5Food
  • Rating 5/5Public areas (Pool, Lobby, Bar)
  • Rating 5/5Cleanliness/Hygiene
  • Rating 4/5Room comfort
  • Rating 4/5Atmosphere and design
  • Rating 4/5Bathroom
  • Rating 5/5Service
  • Rating 5/5Location
  • Rating 5/5Value for money

I recommend this hotel for:

  • Rating 2/5Traveling alone
  • Rating 4/5Families with young children
  • Rating 3/5Families with older children
  • Rating 5/5Romantic vacation
  • Rating 4/5Seniors
  • Rating 3/5Business
  • Rating 4/5With friends

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Posted by Dvaid

This was our 3rd visit to Ein Gedi Kibbutz Hotel ( and it will not, I'Y'H, be the last). It was very enjoyable, the staff are courteous, helpful and pleasant, the rooms basic, but quite comfortable and the food varied and delicious. It was a privilege to join in with the kibbutz Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday evening and perhaps that event could be made known on the notice board for some of your more traditional guests. Two negative comments, both of which are easily rectified: 1. I could not see Birchat Ha Mizon cards or folders in the dining room. Whilst the majority of your guests are non-observant, some are and although people should come prepared (as we did), it would be good for some Grace after Meals (and Shabbat brachot) to be visible to guests who may like to recite kiddush on Shabbat. 2. There was no hadlakat nerot in the Bet K'nesset, nor spices and whilst very few guests made use of the synagogue, there were some and I had to hunt around (at the Kabalat) for candles to recite Havdalah. I did speak with the Rabbi/Mashgiach before I left and I think that he will correct this deficiency.

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Ein Gedi hotel dead sea responds:

Hi David Thank you for your comments. On Friday night an area in the lobby has been alocated for Hadlakat Nerot and we provide candles.Birchat Hamazon cards are available upon request.It looks like your suggestion to the Mashgiach did help to make some changes Yours Ilan Sonderling-Guest Relations Manager