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Ein Gedi | Kibbutz Ein Gedi Country Hotel, Ein Gedi 8698000, Israel
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Reviewed 5 days ago

old and dirty spa, full of russian tourists. Not worth the ticket. If you want to access the Dead sea go to Ein Bokeq, a few km away

Thank Luca G
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

The majority of reviews here are talking about the Ein Gedi Spa which is quite separate from the Ein Gedi Hotel Spa. Confusing yes! The Ein Gedi Spa is located a few hundred yards down the road from the Kibbutz and is not operated by...More

1  Thank JohnRLawton
Reviewed 24 June 2018

We used this place as part of an organised tour only as a quick changing facility before we headed down to the Dead Sea. The lockers were a rip off- they wanted 100 ILS deposit and 18ILS for the rental of the locker. So we...More

1  Thank sue08
Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

It is a bit tricky choosing witch beach to visit when visiting the Dead Sea. The bus driver and locals says that Ein Gedi doesn’t have a beach, but probably mean that the beach is private. We payed the entrance for the spa (approx 8...More

2  Thank Jesper S
Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

This stop at the Ein Gedi Spa was part of a Rent A Guide tour we took yesterday. Due to the rush of the tour we didn’t get to spend as much time as we wished. I’m not sure of the rates because ours was...More

Thank Shirley J
Reviewed 5 May 2018

We were not sure what to expect when we drove up to this resort. Turns out our rooms were spacious, clean and bright. We always open the curtains immediately and check out our view. What a great surprise! 180 degree view of mountains- reminiscent of...More

Thank Vanessa D
Reviewed 17 April 2018

The visit to Ein Gedi spa is not really a pleasant experience. It reminds me of the changing rooms when I went to high school, damp and smelly. The smell is of sulfur and it is overwhelming in the beginning, but you get used to...More

1  Thank BasicsTouring
Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

As a guest of the kibbutz we got a free entry which we barely used. Everything is old and smudgy. We got a meal at the restaurant and we’ll a sportscanteen has more charm... the food... local cat enjoyed it. Pool, beds everything just isnt...More

Thank Marjolein C
Reviewed 10 March 2018

I was really surprised by how run down the En Gedi Spa was. As other writes commented, perhaps it was the off season and they were using time to renovate? I was there in late February, the sulfur pool was closed, the bathrooms and shower...More

Thank Meredith J
Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

I don't get it. Israel is all about advertising the dead Sea. But when you finely get there.... You sea a dying dried up sea. You second rate old badly maintain facilities. If the advert were based on the reality the pictures would have been...More

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Response from Beniamin2014 | Reviewed this property |
Tel Aviv - rent the car there, I think is the best. Try not to follow waze exactly when you´re driving to the dead sea - this is the recommendation of the israeli nationals. Ein Jedi was interesting for us to visit. The spa... More
10 March 2017|
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Response from Laura B | Reviewed this property |
Hey... the locals recommended Ein Bokek. The beaches are for free. I recommend you guys rent a car and drive there, even though you could get a bus from Jerusalem too.
13 December 2016|
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Response from NossonMeir | Reviewed this property |
Massage is 300 NIS for 50 min, 320 on Shabbat. 30 minutes available. Lunch is 60 Nis, not particularly outstanding, but by no means bad. Yes, kosher; meat cafeteria. Advance booking for massage, if possible, is probably a... More