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Ein Gedi is unique and is absolutely fantastic . It is an oasis in the Judean hills. You are surrounded by desert, overlooking the Dead sea -it is definitely worth the visit .
The nature here is very powerful and you get the feeling of...More
You get a room on the ground, no buldings. Surrounded by botanic garden. Amazing free spa with outsiide pool to watch the dead sea and warm one inside to enjoy the minerals. A lot of space even when the hotel fully booked. The dinning room...More
We stayed a long weekend with a 7 years old child and it was a pleasant stay. Rooms are basic, food was really good and included plenty of options. The spa is great and the tours to David river and the dead sea baths are...More
I thought the place was pretty nice, definitely a good break from the hustle of the cities. You have access to the pools and saunas in the spa and 10% off treatments. My massage wasn’t good(like she almost hadn’t actually been trained) but my husband’s...More
In order to avoid confusion, Ein Gedi Hotel (Trip Advisor) and Ein Gedi Kibbutz Hotel (Bookings.Com) are the same hotel. The hotel shares the site with Kibbutz Ein Gedi for which it is a significant source of income and employment. Only Kibbutz members can be...More
Response from Aviad_EinGediHotel, Public Relations Manager at Ein Gedi HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Thanks for your feedback and explanations.
We will take this to our attention.
US$98 - US$275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It is extremely expensive to get there from the airport by cab. The scenic train to jerusalem (slow but beautiful ride) which is some 20-30 nis and then a taxi there for 100-150 niswould be much wiser and cheaper. Note that... More
It is extremely expensive to get there from the airport by cab. The scenic train to jerusalem (slow but beautiful ride) which is some 20-30 nis and then a taxi there for 100-150 niswould be much wiser and cheaper. Note that Lilian was answering about Ein Gev in the galilee. Not Ein Gedi in the dead sea.