we went on a family trip to the desert, we chose this Chan because it looked very athentic on the internet. The people there were nice but the rooms are very basic and not very well maintained. the big tents are nice but full of dust and sand, maybe thats normal for the desert. we also payed 300 shekels per family to eat dinner there. i think it was a waist of money. the food was very basic and not worth such cost. breakfest was also very basic. I guess i would say the place was just ok. nothing terrible but nothing great. i wouldnt go back and wouldnt reccomend. some good things: beds were comfortable. fridge with milk in it, airconditioning in the rooms. place to BBQ. nice staff. the kids had fun playing in the sand and looking at the camales they had there. maybe its a more suited place for young people who just want to chill next to the fire and dont have expectations.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the desert, this traveler’s khan (a traditional Middle Eastern inn) consists of a glorious, gigantic and very authentic Bedouin community tent for dinner parties and communal sleeping, plus a group of modern, very simple but bright and clean motel-like private units. There are central restroom and shower facilities for those who overnight in sleeping bags provided by the Chan in the tent. You can choose between simple Bedouin meals or a Bedouin feast. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Chan Hashayarot Israel/Mitspe Ramon