We stayed here one night and were totally happy with our stay. The bus driver was kind enough to drive us a little extra from the kibbutz to the hostel, which was nice because it's kind of all by itself. ATMs, food stores, etc. are all at the kibbutz which is pretty inconvenient. One member of our group had an Israeli passport and was the one who booked the hostel for us. Because of this, we were hit with an 18% tax on the room despite the rest of us being American. This made the price a little expensive for us considering we were backpacking and on a strict budget. The room we stayed in was spacious, clean, and had an incredible view of the Dead Sea though. One day we swam in the Dead Sea, the next we hiked in Ein Gedi, and then we were off to the next place, feeling like we had seen everything, so one night here is all you need. The employees there were very helpful and gave us a discount to the Ein Gedi park, which is an easy five minute walk from the hostel. Breakfast was really good compared to other places we had stayed, but don't expect too much. Ibeks casually walked around the grounds too, which was interesting to see. Definitely recommend it!
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