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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ein Gedi is a beautiful oasis situated on the Dead Sea. Rooms are situated around the picturesque gardens where tropical trees, plants and flowers abound. Ideally located just a kilometre from Nahal David (Ein Gedi Nature Reserve) and the Arugot Wadi where there are plentiful hiking trails, and only 20 minutes from the impressive fortress of Masada. Free shuttle buses... More 

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Palm Beach, Florida
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29 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The positive - It's beautiful views of the Dead Sea, the pool and gardens, friendly staff and surprisingly good buffet dinner The negatives - The AC didn't work. The bed a horror of lumps and springs and jacuzzi tub in our room a safety hazard, impossible to get in and out of, no grab railin. I hate sounding like an... More 

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Reviewed October 14, 2016

Wonderful grounds and wonderful rooms. The dining facility is terrible. Tables packed in so tight you cannot move between occupied tables. The food was very marginal. I don't think there is anywhere else to dine near by though :(. This was the only place that had availability when we had to rearrange travel plans. The only access to dead sea... More 

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Reviewed October 12, 2016

We were very disappointed. We chose Kibbutz Ein Gedi because of the Dead Sea. Our room wasn't ready at 15:00 and no one apologized for it. The stuff didn't inform us that the beach closes at 16:00 and that it's far away from the kibbutz. The room was expensive and not clean. We couldn't sleep well because of our neighbors.... More 

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Reviewed October 6, 2016 via mobile

My husband and I stayed for one night at Kibbutz Ein Gedi - all we could afford. It's not cheap, but it doesn't need to be, as people are prepared to pay their prices for the experience. We had a desert view room, very lovely, with a balcony overlooking the desert mountains - fabulous. A short walk either to the... More 

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Reviewed August 2, 2016 via mobile

Stayed for 1 night whilst visiting dead sea and Masada, lovely food and nice place. Accomodation is perfect, good aircon. During the summer months this region can get into the 40°c+ so all the kibbutz is well adapted with trees for shade and cool places to relax. Wake up early to see the sun rise over the dead sea and... More 

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Moordrecht, The Netherlands
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Reviewed August 2, 2016

We stayed here (1 adult, 2 children) unfortunately only 1 night. It is a perfect spot near the Dead Sea and for a journey between the Negev and Jerusalem/or Tel Aviv. This Kibbutz is one of the oldest in Israel and I think one of the best too. It's large and you will find great nature all around. Flowers in... More 

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Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed June 24, 2016 via mobile

Daniella was a wonderful, energetic, knowledgeable guide. We learned a great number of most interesting facts and found the tour memorable and informative. The history of the kibbutz and its founders provided interesting and fascinating memories.

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Bellevue, Washington
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Reviewed June 5, 2016

It's not expensive and the grounds are nice--that's about it. The food and service in the restaurant are mediocre at best, and the rooms are adequate. But if you are heading to Masada or the Dead Sea, it's not a bad place. There still is the kibbutz feeling in terms of pretty inefficient front desk.

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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 57 helpful votes
Reviewed May 26, 2016

We stayed here primarily as a stopping place allowing us time to enjoy the Dead Sea spa and climb/ explore Masada. The room itself was basic but comfortable; the buffet meals at the spot dining area offered lots and lots of variety but we're almost empty when we were there. The spa, though nothing luxurious, allowed for amazing mud baths... More 

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  • Free Parking
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  • Spa
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Breakfast
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  • Wheelchair access
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Additional Information about Kibbutz Ein Gedi

Address: P.O. Box 32169, Ein Gedi 8698000, Israel
Location: Israel > Dead Sea Region > Ein Gedi
Price Range: $165 - $251 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Kibbutz Ein Gedi 3*
Number of rooms: 120
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“superior rooms and suites, avoid Standard rooms”
 of 5 bubbles reppi, Nov 28, 2015 | Read review
“If you want to spend more money then go for the deluxe rooms.”
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“It can be noisy. Ask for a corner unit.”
 of 5 bubbles mkobrin, Mar 13, 2015 | Read review
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“Make up your mind about whether to go for one of the more expensive houses for comfort, or one of the cheaper ones for garden views and a more social experience.”
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