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This is a very special, beautiful desert resort unlike any I have ever seen. The reception area, dining rooms, pools and many guest rooms overlook the crater. Graceful ibex freely roam the property. The rooms are spacious and the bathrooms are the best in any...More
Ok I want to make something clear- the hotel is just beautiful. The staff is awesome, the rooms are perfect and the view is gorgeous. But one flaw was irritating us- the food on Friday dinner.
The thing is that they define their food area...More
Set on the upper levels overlooking the Crater, Beresheet offers amazing views. Rooms are wonderfully appointed. Getting a room with a small private pool is probably unnecessary and cost around 350 NIS extra when we were there. We got an upper level room (4 rooms...More
As we traveled throughout Israel and mentioned to others in Jerusalem, Eilat, and even Petra that we were staying at beresheet people were in awe and jealous. Comments ranged from you are so fortunate to you must be famous to stay at such a wonderful...More
The setting is beautiful, overlooking the Ramon "Crater." The hotel architecture is impressive, stone villas and rooms nestled into the landscape. Some rooms have plunge pools. Not all have direct views of the crater - it seems that at least some of the two bedroom...More
In addition to what was said, there are specialty breads that contain nuts and some sesame seeds. Just eat plain white or whole wheat bread with no "pieces" in it. From my experience, the waiters do not really know what... More
In addition to what was said, there are specialty breads that contain nuts and some sesame seeds. Just eat plain white or whole wheat bread with no "pieces" in it. From my experience, the waiters do not really know what those specialty breads contain.