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Kfar Giladi Hotel
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      All reviewsindoor poolnice hotelafter reading the reviewsoffers excellentlarge flat screen tvvaried and tastyfamily roomnice bathroomhotel is locatednorthern partserved buffet stylebuffet dinnerhula valleyupper galileerooms are spaciousguest houseisrael
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      Reviewed March 4, 2013

      As noted by others, the hotel is the process of renovation, both of the rooms and the roadways. Our rooms were newly renovated rooms 38-40 The rooms themselves were nicely redone with modern fixtures, but are on the small size. One of our rooms had a shower door that did not seal properly and flooded the bathroom. That presumably will be fixed. While rooms elsewhere in the complex apparently had carpeting, our rooms had porcelain floor tile. Not a problem for us, but could be for others. Our biggest issue with the room was that the walls were so very, very paper thin. You can hear everything said on the other side of the wall, tv came through loud and clear, etc.... If you want privacy or quiet, this is not the place for you. The suite of rooms we were in was not in the main building that houses the lobby, dining room, swim facility, etc.... On a cold February night, it was cold to go back and forth to the pool/gym.

      Some staff was friendly, and some was not.

      The best thing going for the hotel is the pool complex, which is very large and nicely heated. Few hotels have a pool as large. Towels provided were also quite good. If you have young children and count on the watchful eye of a lifeguard, don't do so here. I saw the on duty lifeguard reading a book/magazine, and later on, talking with a friend who came on by and sat down next to the guard chair.

      The food left us wanting. Breakfast was not all that different from other Israeli breakfasts, except that there was very, very little fruit, and what there was was fruit from a can. Very disappointing. On the flip side, guests got to press their own oranges for juice each morning. The real disappointment was the evening we chose to have dinner at the hotel. It was easily the worst meal of our trip, and beyond that, among the worst meals we ever had. That at $24 US per person. How one can make a pot roast in a sauce and have it be dry and tasteless was a mystery. What we were told would be roast chicken was just chicken legs in some sort of sauce with olives in it. No appeal at all. Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money on dinner at Kfar Giladi Hotel. In the lobby area there is a bar with some snack offerings, including pizza. The pizza was very clearly of the frozen variety, and if you are from the US, it seemed virtually the same as the Elio's frozen square pizza found in the supermarket freezer. Not a problem, just not fresh made.

      • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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      2  Thank stevkap
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      Reviewed February 19, 2013

      The hotel is going through renovation. All roads are dirt roads, and sand is covering all pass ways. The hotel didn`t take the minimum curtsy to inform us upon reservation about this situation. In addition, the hotel is spread up in a few buildings, with no covered pass ways to protect against the elements.

      • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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      Thank Abraham Z
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      Reviewed January 18, 2013

      Our room was basic but no complaints there.
      The wall to wall carpeting in the basic rooms seemed to make it a better choice during the cold day we were staying, rather than upgrading to the next higher class which, although more spacious, doesn't have carpeting.
      We took the HB -- both the dinner and breakfast were reasonable but nothing to write home about.

      Room Tip: The wall to wall carpeting in the basic rooms seemed to make it a better choice during the cold day we were staying, rather than upgrading to the next higher class which, although more spacious, doesn't have carpeting.
      • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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      Thank Tushig
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      Reviewed December 17, 2012

      I stayed at this hotel for three nights with my wife, to attend the wedding of my daughter in Metulla, northern most Israel city, by the Libanese border. The hotel has all facilities, a huge swimming pool inside, a very well equipped Spa and a lot of space all around to walk and rest. The breakfast is very good with all amenities you would expect from an international hotel. The front desk attendants are very kind and speak English fluently. The major problem with this hotel is that they do not have elevators at the apartment buildings and no one to carry your luggage upstairs. I myself had to carry all my luggage through 4 stairs to reach my room, more than 50 steps in total. It was really a Marathon. The rooms are very good with air conditioning, LCD TV with many channels in English. The bathroom is small, but very clean and with hairdrier. Do not expect employers to assist you since I did not see any. Besides that, everything was above what I was expecting for a Kibbutz hotel.

      Room Tip: Choose lower floors near the main building where the hotel lobby is and facing the mountains outside. Do not expect elevators to reach your room.
      • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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      2  Thank cinematics
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      Reviewed November 5, 2012

      The hotel is simple yet very pleasant. The staff was very friendly and tried to do everything to please us.
      The location in the northern part of Israel is fabulous.
      The hotel is located very close to all major attractions and very friendly to cyclists too.
      If you bare in mind it belongs to a Kibutz it would be much easier to accept the quality and varaiety of the food which was okay but not more than that.
      The rooms are clean and nice but simple.

      Room Tip: The rooms are spread over a few close by buildings so if you have problems walking around or like to be around the lobby or the bar or even if it's cold or rainy you should ask for the main building or the one next to it.
      • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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      1  Thank Uri_2011
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