We spent 2 nights here as a family with young kids. The price (high) isn't reflected in the rooms which are decent but not outstanding, but the setting makes up for it. We took the higher level (Arugot) rooms - some of these have dramatic views of Nahal Arugot which is worth asking for. The dining room food was good with a lot of choice. On the kibbutz, close to the hotel dining room, there's a small zoo with a petting corner which our kids really enjoyed visiting. We made use of the free entrance to the Ein Gedi spa down the road - the complex is quite outdated but it's a quick and easy way to get to the sea, plaster on Dead Sea mud and have use of hot sulphur baths. Overall this was a nice, though not necessarily cheaper, alternative to the big hotel chains at Ein Bokek and very convenient for seeing the main sites in the area (Nahal David/Nahal Arugot, Dead Sea, Masada).
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- Also Known As:
- Ein Gedi Hotel Dead Sea Region
- Hotel Ein Gedi