Winter in Israel is the best time to visit our north with the snow capped peaks of the Hermon, and many beautiful walks in forested areas featuring streams and for us fine waterfalls. We took a long weekend and posted ourselves at Lavi known for it's catering to the religious…
The service was very nice. I stayed in the section called Hod and I found it very nice. Breakfast was very nice it had a very nice selection. We took the walking tour on Shabbat and the guide was very nice and shared alot of information
While this is a religious kibbutz run hotel and lots of modern and ultra orthodox visit, we as largely secular Jews felt very welcomed and comfortable. Terrific rooms and bathrooms. The Israeli/American buffet style breakfast goes on and on and on.
We stayed two evenings at this hotel and it was comfortable. The dinners and breakfasts were very good with traditional Mediterranean spreads. Very pleased to find the coffee machines brewing lattes and a small omelette station at breakfast. I was happy to see a shower curtain…
It was an OK place to stay. The room was decent and clean and did like the grounds the hotel was located. You can tell the hotel is well maintained. I didn’t care for the breakfast that much. Kibbutz Lavi is geared more toward the more religious crowd by catering to their…
"700 Level rooms are on the same level as the reception. Easy in and out"
"Make sure to ask for a view...I don't know if every room has one."
"We loved the views to the mountains. Rooms felt like home but not top of the line luxury. Great vibe and so quiet at night."
"There are three wings."
"The Hadar wing on the ground floor, with a little garden, are the best, but also the most expensive."