We really enjoyed our stay here. The room was huge - it was actually two rooms, One with 2 twin beds pushed together, and the other room was large with 2 beds on either side of it. We took advantage of both rooms as we love to spread out! The washroom was also very large and was equipped with soap, shampoo and double the towels.
We had a good sized balcony and this was the first place we came across that actually had a large screen door so you could sleep with the door open. There was a nice view off the balcony.
The room also had a kettle with complimentary coffee and tea.
There was a large outdoor area where you could sit and have a drink and there was also a huge swimming pool which looked very inviting. Also a grassed area in the courtyard. Lovely outdoor surroundings.
The hostel was full of school kids, we are mature travellers but we mellowed with the ruckus. We made a point of getting down to the cafeteria before the mobs of kids came down and there were plenty of tables by windows (with a view), where you could almost escape from the hoards.
The cafeteria was a very nice airy bright room.
The supper was excellent and varied, as was the breakfast. Plenty of food, even enough to make yourself a little sandwich at breakfast, so you could eat it at lunch time.
The hostel also had a small store where you could purchase snack and sundry items.
We really enjoyed our stay here, especially since it was right at the foot of Masada.
- Also Known As:
- The Masada Hotel Ein Bokek
- Masada Hostel Ein Bokek
- The Masada Hostel Dead Sea, Israel