Finding an ideal hotel in Saint Catherine does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Morgenland Village, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and shops. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Saint Catherine is also home to St. Catherine's Monastery, a popular historic site that is not too far from Morgenland Village.
Morgenland Village puts the best of Saint Catherine at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Arrived late evening from Israel- Egypt Border. Property looks okey from the outside. But this definitely needs extreme renovation. Bathrooms is small and water pressure is too low. Beds a bit hard and beddings seems too old and unclean. Room is a bit dusty. Room lightning is a bit dark for our liking. Room locks seems to be unsafe. Don't expect room toiletries. Banquet food is not recommendable I only ate hard boiled eggs during our overnight stay. During the morning view is breathtaking.
Okay, this was the only hotel at the base of Mt. Sinai. It was rustic to say the least; however, I slept like a rock. It was January, rainy and windy and cold. Brrr. There were a lot of feral cats around, but they were not problematic. There were Bedouin tents nearby, and that wasn't problematic either. The food was average, but you could tell they were trying to please our group of 41. If I sleep well, I am not as cranky when I write reviews!!
This set a new low bar for a hotel ever. No idea why this place, near mt Sinai could be this bad and why is only hotel in area. Outside is fine. Rooms are terrible. Food was ok. Have one Egyptian beer and one Egyptian white wine. If you can, find another way and another place to stay to do mt Sinai.
While this location was beautiful and had promise, I would not stay here again. Staff were lacking in customer service skills. Breakfast was served late every day. Coffee at breakfast on the Sabbath was instant, and variety of food lacking. I respect those whose religion limits activity on holy days, it is possible to have staff who observe other traditions prepare so that service to guests is not disrupted. I also reported a theft of clothes from my room to which the manager responded through a front desk person that they were not responsible since the clothes weren’t in the safe??? Avoid this stay!!
After travelling through the desert, we finally arrived at this Village hotel, it's just this hotel and nothing else for miles around. Buildings (rooms) dot around this huge swimming pool in the centre of the property. Water's very inviting but it was too cold to swim. Our room had a key which couldn't lock, the old TV's konked out, the beds had sand on the bedsheets, only HOT water in the shower and tap's rickety. Room's very stuffy - no air-cond, no ceiling fan - so we slept with the sliding door opened slightly to let in the outside air. Dinner's served at the restaurant located next to the main hotel check-in. Food was so-so, very mashy and uninviting. As it was very packed that night, there were not enough tables & chairs for all, and not enough plates/forks/spoons, too! Mayhem, indeed.....However, the waiters were exceedingly quick in clearing the plates from your table, even before you finish eating your food or drinking your coffee !! We had to stop them, really. Though we stayed only a night, we were only too glad to leave the next morning...…