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Ein Gedi Hotel

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel (TLV)

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Arogut Deluxe Room with Queen Bed Ground Floor - Ein Gedi Hotel - 1

Arogut Deluxe Room with Queen Bed Ground Floor

  • One Queen and One Sofa Bed
This room opens to a balcony. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable channels are offered for your entertainment. A coffee/tea maker and a refrigerator are provided. The private bathroom has a bathtub or shower; a hair dryer can be requested. Climate control, a safe, and a clock radio are among the included amenities.

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Arogut Deluxe Room with Queen Bed Top Floor - Ein Gedi Hotel - 2

Arogut Deluxe Room with Queen Bed Top Floor

  • One Queen and One Sofa Bed
This room opens to a balcony. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable channels are offered for your entertainment. A coffee/tea maker and a refrigerator are provided. The private bathroom has a bathtub or shower; a hair dryer can be requested. Climate control, a safe, and a clock radio are among the included amenities.

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Deluxe Plus Room with Queen Bed with View - Ein Gedi Hotel - 3

Deluxe Plus Room with Queen Bed with View

  • One Queen Bed
This room opens to a balcony. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable channels are offered for your entertainment. A coffee/tea maker and a refrigerator are provided. The private bathroom has a bathtub or shower; a hair dryer can be requested. Climate control, a safe, and a clock radio are among the included amenities.

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Junior Suite, Ground Floor - Ein Gedi Hotel - 4

Junior Suite, Ground Floor

  • One Queen and One Sofa Bed
This room opens to a balcony. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable channels are offered for your entertainment. A coffee/tea maker and a refrigerator are provided. The private bathroom has a bathtub or shower; a hair dryer can be requested. Climate control, a safe, and a clock radio are among the included amenities.

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Ein Gedi Hotel
Kibbutz Ein Gedi<br/>Dead Sea, Ein Gedi, Israel 86980

Hotel Features.
Ein Gedi Hotel's restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool and a fitness facility. Spa amenities include spa services and massage/treatment rooms. This 3-star property offers small meeting rooms and audiovisual equipment. This Ein Gedi property has event space consisting of banquet facilities and conference/meeting rooms. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include tour/ticket assistance, gift shops/newsstands, and a grocery/convenience store.

173 air-conditioned guestrooms at Ein Gedi Hotel feature coffee/tea makers and safes. All accommodations have balconies. Bathrooms feature bathtubs or showers. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Televisions have cable channels. Rooms also include clock radios. Guests may request hair dryers.

Notifications and Fees:

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for wireless Internet in public areas: ILS 30 per hour (rates may vary)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Based on 354 reviews
from Fort Lauderdale
Submitted on 19-05-2016
Spent one night here and enjoyed the restaurant and pool. Breakfast is grandiose, with everything imaginable. The rooms were very comfortable. Free parking, breakfast and wifi. We stayed here so as to climb Masada the next morning at 4:30 am.......a must! Floating in the Dead Sea is also a not to miss experience.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 19-05-2016
This place is truly special !! We were really just looking for somewhere close to the Dead Sea, nothing special but we struck lucky finding this place. Our room was wonderful and clean, the staff were so nice and helpful, the food was delicious and the spa was AMAZING. We had a wonderful day at the dead sea then we were able to come back and relax in the beauty surrounding us at the hotel. Really special place !! Thank You !!
from Vancouver
Submitted on 19-05-2016
If you like desert environments, then Ein Gedi is the place to stay. The rooms are attached single story units located in the "botanical garden." Simply appointed but clean and with good air conditioning. Stunning desert views. A nice place to stay compared to the large hotels on the Dead Sea and 15-20 minutes by car from Masada. You'll probably eat dinner there. Food is buffet and plentiful and tasty as is breakfast. Popular venue for German and European tourists. A tad expensive for what you g... Read more
from Miami Beach, Fl
Submitted on 19-05-2016
We just stayed here for our third visit. We like it for several reasons: Its location ‚?? it‚??s in a great location for visiting Masada, the Dead Sea swimming, and walking in the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve. The setting ‚?? the rooms are in a botanical park with big trees and an amazing variety of green and flowering plants. If you choose the rooms facing Wadi Arugot, then there are also these stunning views at sunrise and sunset. I love to sit on the balcony at night and feel the warm wind b... Read more
from Basel, Switzerland
Submitted on 23-05-2016
The place is very nice with beautifull vegetation. We got a superior room for the standart price. This room was very nice wirh a modern shower. The price is quit expensiv. 240 Dollar is tooooo mutch. The dinner-room is like in the Kibbuzim at the 1980es. Not sexy!!!! Not nice. The food also. 100 Dollar to much!!!
Submitted on 17-06-2016
Been here many times before and feel that the breakfast has definitely gone downhill. Hot food were all cold - no excuse for that. Fruit selection was very poor with lots of tinned rather than fresh. Where was the melon ?? Management please note im a real guest who has visited many times before and feel you need to raise your standards. Notwithstanding to end on a positive note the cake selection is still delicious.
from Arizona
Submitted on 18-06-2016
The hotel is nice but the spa is unbelievable. The Dead Sea, the mud, the pool. I was in heaven. I spent one hour floating in the Dead Sea something dreams are made of. If your in Israel you must come here it's not that far. It's worth the time and the travel.
from Nahariya, Israel
Submitted on 24-06-2016
My Hubby and I celebrated my 70 birthday in Ein Gedi. Just the two of us, for two nights. We came by public transportation from Nahariya to Ein Gedi via Jerusalem. Tired and hot we walked into the cool lobby. Smiles of welcome awaited us. Our unit was ready, explanation given and keys were handed. We walked across the lawn to our room. As I unpacked, my husband fiddled with the television. Not working. The air condition unit did not seem to give us cool air. We called the lobby. Within les... Read more
Submitted on 24-06-2016
We stayed one night after visiting Masada which is about 18 km south. Stayed in a standard hotel room. The room was comfortable and clean (with private bath) with refrigerator, kettle and free coffee and tea. The grounds are beautiful with lush vegetation. A botanical garden is located on site. The central reception area has a nice restaurant and bar. Our stay included half board (dinner and breakfast, served buffet style in a communal dining hall near to the rooms - a shuttle service is p... Read more
from Delaware
Submitted on 25-06-2016
This hotel is like a beautiful oasis in the desert by the Dead Sea. The deluxe rooms are comfortable and well-appointed. The service is excellent and the food is varied, plentiful and delicious. Option of golf cart to and from restaurant. Adjacent to working Kibbutz and very near Botanical Gardens. Bus to Dead Sea beach. Beautiful pool as well as spa with its own salt and clear pools. Great massages add to the experience. The grounds are well-kept and beautiful, flourishing with palm trees, cact... Read more
from Jerusalem, Israel
Submitted on 25-06-2016
Great location. Major historical significance. Friendly and courteous staff. Marvelous food. Well equipped spa. Memorable views. Comfortable rooms with all conveniences. Golf carts so very convenient and drivers so very helpful and accommodating. An experience worth repeating and easy to recommend.
Submitted on 14-07-2016
This beautiful hotel is on the northern end of the dead sea and closest to "Masada". I like this hotel better than all the others, because it is different. It is not a big conventional hotel but it is more like a vilage or a kibutz ( because it is in kibutz Ein Gedi). Privet small houses in very high standard, overwhelming view, extraordinerily beutiful swiming pool and spa, small bar and restaurant near the lobby....all you can ask for and + the oportunity to realy feel and get to know this uni... Read more
from Brooklyn, New York
Submitted on 17-07-2016
Excellent Base for kibbutz style hotel with own pool and SPA. Gorgeous separate rooms in little bungalows with AC. Pool area and SPA are exceptional. Also the Bar/Restaurant serves great food. Free WLAN and very caring service. Great for weekend stays with friends, lonesome time to reenergize or family with kids. Botanical Garden and Natural Reserve are highlights.
from Ra'anana, Israel
Submitted on 22-07-2016
The dead sea in an amazing place and the Ein gedi hotel is the best place to stay in the area, both location wise and also for getting the spirit of the place. It is very close to the main attraction of the dead sea: Masada, David spring and of course the beach. If you can time it, stay here on a full moon night. Once a month, on a full moon night, they hold a free night walk though the moon-like landscape that the water carved through the desert. Amazing experience not to be missed. We stayed i... Read more
Submitted on 24-07-2016
On arrival (after a long drive, arriving after nightfall) we were treated by both the security guard outside reception and the staff checking us in with what can only be described as utter hostility. We were made to feel as though we were interlopers. This was only surpassed by the standard of the room which was run-down and poorly finished and sparsely furnished - but at 4 star hotel rates. On our second night a live concert took place just opposite our room and went on until well after 11pm... Read more
from Miami Beach, Florida
Submitted on 29-07-2016
Nice hotel, they are nearly finished with very nice renovations. The staff is a not very accommodating. We had to ask 3 times for them to set up the extra bed for our daughter. It took 7 hours and they charged extra. However, the room was nice and clean and the nice Israeli breakfast you've come to expect.
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Came for a short holiday and enjoyed every bit of it. We took a standard room but the setting of the place was fantastic. We had a problem in our room and they were very attentive, taking care of it. They couldn't fix it so they upgraded us to a fantastic room with a view.
from Stuttgart, Germany
Submitted on 11-08-2016
This was not the first time in that part of the Dead Sea region, but for the first time we stayed at the Kibbutz Hotel. We were 2 couples, had booked one of the deluxe and one of the standard rooms, but after a look in the standard room, we upgraded it to a Deluxe Room. The Review I am writing is about the Deluxe Rooms: Very spacy, air conditioning works well and sufficient, clean and comfortable. The couch and other furniture are a little old, not exactly what you can expect from a 4-star hot... Read more
Submitted on 13-08-2016
The food is superb israeli home style cuisine. The overall atmosphere is simple but in high class. It is our second visit here. Unfortunately they started playing loud music in the pool which used to be quiet as the hotel and the desert. Other than that, a must be place.
from Lausanne, Switzerland
Submitted on 18-08-2016
Not willing to stay at an immense hotel by the Dead Sea and having read reviews about the hotel‚??s location in a botanical garden, I immediately knew I would love it. I arrived from Ben Gurion airport (in Tel Aviv) to Jerusalem‚??s Central bus station by shuttle taxi and then to Ein Gedi by regular bus. I booked the simplest room named Arugot with no view. There was a kettler, instant coffee and tea as well as cookies. The room was clean, the bed comfy. The room was cleaned daily. I was surpri... Read more
from Modiin, Israel
Submitted on 07-09-2016
I'll start from the bottom line - I will definitely not visit there again. The main attraction of this place is naturally the Dead Sea. Nevertheless, your chances of visiting the sea without getting a sun burn are zero. The beach, where you have to drive several kilometers or take a bus, has a monopoly over the Dead Sea. (The nearest public beach is 30 kilometers drive from the hotel) The beach (~4 kilometers from the hotel) opens at 8:30 in the morning and closes at 17:00, while your last chan... Read more
from Poole
Submitted on 08-09-2016
Ignore adverse reviews from spoiled tourists who only stay at all inclusive 20 storey luxury establishments. This is a kibbitz run chalet hotel set in a botanical garden. It doesn't own frontage on the Dead Sea but gives guests free access to a commercial spa which does. The trip is a ten minute hourly free shuttle. My comments will not cover that venue as it is not part of the hotel. Our chalet was comfortable and the air conditioning worked perfectly, unlike a lot of hotels. Be prepared ... Read more
from Tel Aviv, Israel
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Stayed there for the new year. Rooms were modest (we stayed at the 200 rooms) which certainly need some renovation and furnishing, bud besides that everything was great: outdoor pool was great, food was beyond expectations and so did the spa. Staff were polite and welcoming. Go there!
Submitted on 10-10-2016
I expected much from this hotel. The room was a bit dated but fine. The food/breakfast provided was mediocre/bad however, the food from the bar was pretty good and the service was great there. My main issue with this hotel is the $1 per minute that they charged me when I made what I believe was a toll free Israeli number. I asked the front desk if I can use the phone nearby and they said I should use my hotel room phone, never warning about the obscene charges. I was on hold for about 25 min wit... Read more
from Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 13-10-2016
Fantastic place to stay .staff very friendly and helpful. Shuttle to dinning g room as it is a long walk up a ok hot plate not working the 3 days we were there so food a bit market on kibbutz but you need a car to get to it as too far to walk.access to sea of spa free for guests fantastic place peaceful and quiet amazing. We only had breakfast at hotel .the cafe at hotel did excellent meals will definitely be staying here again
from Ramat Hasharon, Israel
Submitted on 17-10-2016
We booked 2 nights 3 rooms. Dinner is a disaster. Rooms are very average. Air condition was loud like a truck. Shower was good. Pool was good also. It was a holiday so price was high. But I will look elsewhere next time
Submitted on 17-10-2016
Wow the view the view Best hotel in the area of the Dead Sea Extraordinary service and great staff Incredible gardening and trips with professional and nice guides from the hotel staff. Don't miss the swimming pool with the desert view
Submitted on 20-10-2016
I write this with much regret since we do love kibbutz Ein Gedi and its surroundings. We had lots of expectations before arrival, also considering the very high price (about 1500/ night during Sukot). The two rooms we got were very tired, outdated, small and nothing like the pictures on the web. The food at breakfast was mediocre at best, dinner was even worse, and priced very high (110 shekel/person). Except the spa, service in most locations was unfriendly, or indifferent at best and mostly ca... Read more