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The view over the sea of Galilee. Good food
We enjoyed the meals, the friendly, helpful staff, the access to many wonderful sites in the area and the relaxing scenery and ambience.
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.
Very comfortable. Great location with a great beach on the Sea of Galile. Beautiful sunsets. Wonderful fish restaurant down the road.
Very calm, lovely scenery, a serene atmosphere. Definitely worth to go there, if you want to relax. no.
Great beach and water! Great breakfast. Beautiful location
Location of hotel. Breakfast just okay
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.
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.
Great location on the shores of Galilee. Close to the famous fish restaurant as well N/A
Good central location Breakfasts were awful, stopped going. Apart from food all tables were designated for tour groups, had to sit at one designated 'staff'
Breakfast is quite basic. And so is the breakfast hall..Otherwise, some rooms have a nive view upon the city. Parking quite useful. Close from Old City. Breakfast hall
Staff are very kind and helpful. Breakfast was great. We tried to get a local map for Nazareth city so we can do our tour, we were disappointed that there was no map at reception.
close to center town ad usefull for tourits aiming to pass one only night in the city too much pilgrims cackling
nothing The hotel was full of tours, tables were assigned for the tours and there was no place for us to eat beakfast. The removal of Mezzuzas from doors was left obvious and somewhat disconcerting
I did not like the hotel because there were no literature about hotel services, no local info, no vending machines to get a snack considering the dining room was closed until late in the afternoon. The hotel was located in what I consider a slum.
It was all very good. No, nothing at all
Central location. free garage, good quality of the room. You can open the windows. Over all, it feels like a big 3 star hotel in Las Vegas. It's a tour group hotel. There is a central court yard without any green. Many rooms face it.Breakfast is disappointing. No fresh fruit, no decoration, just plain calories. Pilgrims groups are hearded through the huge underground breakfast room. As an individual tourist you have to sit in a dark corner at a big table with all the other individual travellers.
Although the room was OK, we felt it had been misrepresented in the pictures we had seen on line previous to booking. The room was clean and large enough. The one night we stayed, we were the only guests in the hotel and the owner went home, so we were alone in the establishment. Nothing happened, but it was something we had never encountered before.In the morning, since we were leaving before the owner came back (8:00 AM) we were told to lock the gate behind us and throw the key over it and the staff would find it when they came back.
I booked this hotel because of the great reviews it had! This is just an imazing place. I enjoed every moment of my saty. Staff is very friendly and so helpful. They even parked my car on a safe narrow street (well all the streets are narrow in the Old city which makes it very hard for driving).
The old-world charm of the place. It's location in the heart of the old city of Nazareth makes it a winner. We used it as a base for sightseeing around the city and Galilee. Breakfast was basic but good, our room was good, our stay and experience excellent. It should be clearly pointed out that there are no parking facilities within approximately 500 m from the Inn. We had a rental, which had to be parked in the street, and also had some frustration in finding the Inn after dark upon arrival. Still, the place is worth it. We'll go back any time.
The building is a very old and beautiful. It is fun to stay in this hotel.
The spacious,quiet, cozy and elegant room and passionate nice staff and volunteers there
the friendly atmosphere, the charme of the place and its location in the old town of Nazareth
Beautiful location of the hotel and very friendly people.. beautiful architecture, excellent breakfast everything was great
The day I left
Informal and friendly. Staff were excellent. Fantastic very old building with lovely, comfortable rooms. Make sure you take the directions with you!
Truly feeling like you're in Old Nazareth at night. So much atmosphere. Helpful staff as well. It's a bit basic, more backpacker than boutique, but can't beat it for ambiance and location. FYI - when we arrived, they did not have our Booking.Com reservation. Fortunately, they had a room available and were very accommodating, but it could have been ugly. Might want to sort that out.
Friendliness kitchen -being able to help self to tea and coffee ,location ,clean was great On the first night we were just given a sheet -it was a twin room and not cheap -we were freezing and had the worse sleep of all the holiday - i asked in the morning for a blanket and she gave us a cover and a duvet - they should automatically provide these we werent in a dorm but a private en suite room
The owners were so nice and willing to provide more information than we had time to soak in. And for a "light meal" we couldn't finish the portions despite our hunger. We had misunderstood the parking situation, so it took a little more hiking with our luggage than expected. That's the same situation as the other guest houses nearby. If it weren't for the signs we never would've found it.
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.