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Simple and clean. Met expectations. Free internet and a very nice breakfast. A very good value
very little furniture was old and battered. bed was hard and uncomfortable. breakfast was barely adequate
Aviv Hotel is nearby to Central Bus Station, markets and scenic places. Its terrace has open view of Sea of Galilee. The staff is friendly and comes to serve guest in his first minutes (immediate). Only improvement needed is to clarify to guests to bring their own cooking utensils for the kitchen use. Also, Aviv serves the same food for breakfast. Blankets provided are too short and small.
They made alternate accommodations in a comparable hotel one block away, at the same rate. I would have appreciated some advance notice, though, but they did take care of everything before I arrived and were helpful in letting me know the situation when I arrived. T Would have appreciated some advance notice about the hotel change.
The hotel is within easy walking distance of the downtown. The parking is free and right in front of the hotel. The hotel is very easy to find. The young man at the front desk was very helpful during our check-in and went out of his way to answer our questions and make sure we were looked after. The internet in the front lobby is free and fast. The room that we stayed in needed a good cleaning. The bathroom was dirty and needs to be torn out and built up from scratch. Although there was a jacuzzi tub it was not clean enough to use. There was long hair on the tub and toilet and eyeliner pencil shavings in the bathroom sink. Our feet got dirty from walking around on the floor. The blinds in the kitchen were broken. There was a kettle in the kitchen but nothing else to eat with or drink from. The breakfast was basic but sufficient. The hotel is tired and needs to be fixed up. After this experience I'd sacrifice the ease of walking to the downtown and take a cleaner hotel a little further up the hill and drive/park downtown.
Had all the basics I needed, good wifi in restaurant area.Spa bath in room. Bit noisy
the hotel was just great. the food was excellent. the staff was very nice.the next time i go to tiberias, i would definitely stay in this hotel. the only thing that was missing is group tours to nearby areas like the golan. the desk staff could not help us get a group tour to the golan and other areas nearby.
We enjoyed the pool and other amenities such as the all included meals and drinks. The condition of the bathroom was poor- the tub was not properly cleaned.
We were really disappointed with the hotel. Actually, we were going to stay two nights and we decided to cancel one night and to leave. The furniture and accomodation of the room was ugly. It was not absolutely the one of a 5 star hotel.
Breakfast-dinner Bad attitude with staff. Overpriced! Not even a 3 star.
location on the Sea of Galilee only option for meals was the buffet
The hotel, location and view on the Sea Galilee.
The meals were of a very high standard and the dining room was very well set up. The pool was very pleasant, the staff was very attentive and efficient.. The rooms were large, but not very well furnished.
Great location of the hotel, all bedrooms have a view on the lake. The Spa is really nice. Bedrooms and lobby are very comfortable and tidy.
view of Galilee. unexpected room upgrade!
Right on kinneret. At night it was relaxing to just hang out outside by lake Outdoor bar was closed. Far from city.
Staff, location and the jacuzzi!!! The reaturant and the food ...fantastic! There is not a great beach.
We thought the quality of food provided was good albeit that the selection of wine was limited and several wines were not available. Our room with a very fine view overlooked the cemetary - not so good. The hotel appeared a little tired, may be because it was at the end of the season.
Wonderful Experience. Beautiful Views - great service. Room was spotless and we enjoyed the view of lake Galilee,
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.
The view over the sea of Galilee. Good food
Location of hotel. Breakfast just okay
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
Great location on the shores of Galilee. Close to the famous fish restaurant as well N/A
We enjoyed the meals, the friendly, helpful staff, the access to many wonderful sites in the area and the relaxing scenery and ambience.
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.
The location was excellent. Breakfast was fine. The hotel was in need of a remodel -- it looked very 1970. But more importantly, the staff was downright unfriendly. While waiting on me, they interrupted service to wait on other people. They were unhelpful in addressing requests as well (bus schedule, directions). The staff seemed like we were imposing on them by paying $300 a night to stay there. The staff seemed more helpful to Israelis and to religious people. I did not observe any other Americans there. I would never stay there again, and would not recommend the hotel to others either.
Parking for free. Good location, view on the lake. Good swimming pool (closing time 17 u)
Easy to find, excellent location, friendly staff, clean and comfotable rooms, good view to Tiberian Sea (Kinneret), big municipal parking (payable) Few free parking lots at the hotel, small pool
massage and Spa Carpet in room was stained and worn. Elevators shoddy. Did not seem like a four star hotel. Bathroom needed caulking.
View from window. The rest of are very bad! Hotel needs changes from up till down. We ask staff triple(!) to bring a bed kit to our child. Very bad staff works in breakfast time! They shout (!) on me to change chosen free (!) table - 6 pers - to another 6 pers table but not comfortable. They did not even explain why!!! Strongly recommend to avoid this hotel!
it was very dirty and not pleasant. i don't know how it became a 4 star hotel.it was not worth a penny. yes it was very dirty
the location on the boardwalk snotty staff, crummy and dirty room, nasty food
Nice loacation, city center. Pleasant room.
courteous and helpful staff, beautiful views, prime location that there was nothing to complain about!! :D
The location in the city was very good. Nice welcome and serviceminded staff.
Great for Families
warm, jewish and koasher environment rooms a bit outdated
Friendly people and every comfort in a hotel convenient for a Galilee holiday.
The food was amazing, but we had no idea it would be so much, maybe publishing a menu so people do not eat to much of the earlier dishes and then feel as though the 18 courses that come later will be wasted - particularly at the kiddish lunch after services on shabbos. We dealt with two staff members, only one of which was sensitive to our differing religious beliefs. The kibbutz is orthadox, but my husband and I are less religious, and though we celebrate shabbat, we were made to feel as though we were a little unwelcome by one of teh staff members becuase of our difference in observance, however, the female staff member, who was from England, was very welcoming and made us feel much more like the hotel was more broad in its ability to welcome all Jews. Perhaps the staff - if they dont' want to be outwardly welcoming, could at least hide how they feel about less observant Jews.
Please write at least 15 words the rooms are a good size
the hotel stafff was so helpful and friendly, we got there late at night and they offered us free drinks from the bar. They helped me half hour explaining directions and on top of it the room was spacious, nice views and breakfast was scrumptious!!
The ability to visit with our Granddaughter, who is living at the Kibbutz
Friendly hotel with a warm feeling throughout