Ein Gedi hotel dead sea Review - 96% 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
Alison, United States
29 January 2015

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Traveler Rating:


  • Rating 5/5Hotel (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 5/5Bathroom
  • Rating 5/5Service
  • Rating 5/5Location
  • Rating 5/5Value for money

I recommend this hotel for:

  • Rating 5/5Traveling alone
  • Rating 5/5Families with young children
  • Rating 5/5Families with older children
  • Rating 3/5Romantic vacation
  • Rating 5/5Seniors
  • Rating 1/5Business
  • Rating 5/5With friends

Would stay at this
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My Personal Favorite Israel Experience

Posted by Virginia

Let me address right away the one item that I did not like about our stay at Ein Gedi. We had a deluxe room but it seemed a little under-decorated (although the bathroom was great). This was not that important, but I noticed an odor in the room especially when the air conditioning was turned up, which bothered me as I am allergic to many scents. My husband noticed it, but it reminded him of some pleasant childhood memory of summer cabins, he thought, so we didn't say anything about it at the time. Otherwise, I loved our visit. Staying there was so different from a normal hotel and so unique. The grounds are full of unusual plants and trees and the botanical garden is, they believe, the only one in the world where people live. The highlight for us was our evening tour given by one of the members of the Kibbutz. The tour was supposed to be about the plants, but really, we asked a lot more questions about life on the kibbutz and its history and we got answers and great stories. We did not get our tour leader's name, but he had been a kibbutz member since the mid-60s and was an agricultural worker there. He was delightful and really made our visit special. This tour was a freebie and we are glad we did not miss it. The food at the cafeteria was plentiful and good, but it didn't really beat sitting out in the evening at the patio by the bar, overlooking the Dead Sea, with delightful breezes, pizza, and glasses of wine. We were a little lonely; there didn't seem to be many English speakers, but we enjoyed talking to the staff. We are not really spa people but took advantage of our spa passes to go out to their Dead Sea beach. Floating in the Dead Sea was one of the most fun things I have ever done.

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