If you are traveling to Mtzpe Ramon to view the wondrous maktesh (natural crater) you have two choices: the new Beereshit Isrotel with hideously priced rooms (and a required 2 night stay minimum) or the Ramon Inn which is a converted apartment building. The lobby and dining facilities are perfectly fine but there are no elevators in the entire hotel and depending on yur room, you can end up carrying luggage up four narrow flights of stairs. The rooms are small suites--VERY small suites with a tiny kitchen. This was our second stay at the hotel. Our first visit was three years ago and the hotel has gone downhill a bit. The room temperature was 30 C. (86F) and the air conditioning did not work. (Others in our group told us their air conditioning was so loud they couldn't sleep so they turned it off anyway.) The tap water was salty which I realized after the first swallow--and paid the price for the next full day. The food in the dinner and breakfast buffets was very good and more than adequate. There is virtually no place to eat in Mtzpe Ramon except the two hotels. IIt took forever and a half to order a glass of red wine at the bar and it could not be charged to the room because it was a group check in and no one's individual credit cards were processed.
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- Also Known As:
- Isrotel Ramon Hotel Mitspe Ramon
- Isrotel Ramon Inn Israel/Mitspe Ramon