This was our 4th or 5th stay at this hotel. The first time was in 2007 and have been there almost every year since then. Rooms are very comfortable though not fancy. We always take the "View Rooms" where you see the sea from inside your room. They also have a patio with table and chairs.
The location is great if you have a car and plan to travel around but not recommended if you need to depend on public transportation unless you plan on mainly to stay at the resort. In addition to the dining room there is a bar, grocery store and gift shop on the premises. In addition, at the kibbutz itself there is the awful fish restaurant, bistro, snack bar and gift shop.
Breakfast was pretty good except on weekends. Saturdays are somewhat limited and Sunday was sparce to due low attendence at the hotel.
Their fish restaurant is awful so stay away even you happen to purchase the weekend that comes with a voucher for a free dinner.
Off season prices a very reasonable though not cheap. In season prices are high and during the Ein Gev Festival that takes place during Passover the prices jump even higher.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking