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I ended up at the Galil for my Birthright trip. I can't complain too much, since I didn't pay for it. The hotel was adequate for my trip, but if I were traveling by myself, I would never recommend this place to others. Even our...More
have to stay at this awful - dirty, with cockroaches, a few meal voice at buffet-breakfast/dinner, old, shabby furniture, bad location to the beach entry - with the group while being on pilgrim tour. This hotel was booked by our guide - a local freelancer...More
Not clean in room or with customer service. Delia, the manager, was rude and ignored my emails about the problem of double payment.
Also, the Passover dinner was over priced at $95 per person. And unbelievably enough, did not include wine. Usually that would be...More
We lived in a big room, with balcony, it is very nice room (our friends get much smaller room), in the room: flat tv, coffee table, additional plaids, fridge, kettle, elegant chairs, plastic chairs in the balcony. Everyday towels changing, soaps, shampoos, douche gel.
The rooms themselves were just barely passable. The hotel as a whole was filthy and quite disgusting. The building, which appears to be several decades old, is completely dilapidated. Our reservation came with breakfast - we later came to regret this, as the miserable excuse...More
$76 - $134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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