We stayed in a superior/deluxe room, hence the 5 star for accommodation.
Apart from accommodation – the scenery, the botanic garden, the organized tours, the free Wi-Fi, and breakfast & dinner & wine selection – are equally available to all guests and were outstanding.
The dining hall (a.k.a. hotel's restaurant) is reminiscent of traditional kibbutz dining rooms; this is a plus and not a disadvantage, in my opinion. The reception and the restaurant staff were always court and willing to help.
For those who don't drive, there is a public bus stop in front of the reception. Unfortunately The sauna and hammam were under repair during our stay, so I am unable to comment on this issue.More