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Ein Gedi Guest House

At a Glance

    Pros

  • informative staff
  • serene oasis atmosphere
  • soothing spa

    Cons

  • some dingy rooms
  • pricey

Ein Gedi Guest House Review

Surrounded by a spectacular botanical garden with baobab trees, cacti, and hundreds of species of topical flora, this inn is nestled between 1,600-foot-high cliffs and the Dead Sea. Accommodations range from simply furnished rooms to deluxe suites with terraces overlooking Nahal Arugot. Rates include breakfast, another full meal, and unlimited entry to the nearby Ein Gedi Spa, to which there's a free shuttle throughout the day. Premium rooms include entrance to the facility's newly built spa. Sitting by the large swimming pool in the adjoining kibbutz, you're likely to meet some gregarious people from all over the world.

    Hotel Details

  • 166 rooms.
  • Rate includes some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-29-2013

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