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We enjoyed the meals, the friendly, helpful staff, the access to many wonderful sites in the area and the relaxing scenery and ambience.
Very comfortable. Great location with a great beach on the Sea of Galile. Beautiful sunsets. Wonderful fish restaurant down the road.
The nearby Bistro restaurant that is part of the Kibbutz - and the free shuttle service to take you there The Butlins style experience. . .real shame that such a beautiful location but accomodation and general facilities are pretty run down and basic. Absolutely no cutlery or plates. . .anything you need to self cater has to be bought - crazy when you are there for 4 days and travelling around the country.
Location of hotel. Breakfast just okay
The view over the sea of Galilee. Good food
Great location on the shores of Galilee. Close to the famous fish restaurant as well N/A
Very calm, lovely scenery, a serene atmosphere. Definitely worth to go there, if you want to relax. no.
We were impressed with the spaciousness of the room and the amazing breakfast fare. One member of the reception staff was particularly pleasant. We were disappointed that there was not a microwave and some cooking equipment seeing that there was a fridge and hotplate. Also this was the first place which we stayed in Israel (out of 6 places) where there was no complimentary box of milk on arrival.
Ein Gev was a wonderful experience for our family. We traveled throughout Israel and mostly stayed in multi-storied international hotels. This was an excellent change of pace, and the beach right next to our hotel was wonderful. Had a great dinner at the fish restaurant at Ein Gev kibbutz just a short distance away.
Great beach and water! Great breakfast. Beautiful location
We enjoyed our stay at Degania, which is the oldest Kibbutz and claimed to be one of the nicest ones; the people at the front desk as well as the inhabitants were really kind. When my wife got sick, they made a big support to us. We arrived as guests and left with a feeling of "guest plus X" (to avoid the word "friend"). Staying at a Kibbutz is different to a hotel or hostel, but highly recommendable when visiting Israel. One has to remember that it is not a hotel as such, but a Kibbutz where the people live together under certain rules.
The office staff were exceptionally cooperstive and assting. The breakfast buffets offer a wide variety of dairy and salad items. The WIFI computer connection was only available in the office, or just outside the office, and the air tempurature was 38 to 44 Celcius.