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Great views from the balcony. The room has 5 single beds. It is simple, but clean, but the toilet was not working. The staff was friendly. The breakfast was basic and no dinner, we needed to go the the ein gedi hotel to have dinner....More
Great location near the park entrance and 10 min walking to the beach. Room with sea view and terrace. Separate doors to toilet and shower room, so different people can use them simultaneously. Good buffet breakfast. Free storage room. Good free Wi Fi.
Booked online and had fantastic communication when contacted direct re directions. Checking in and out was easy. Ein Gedi Youth Hostel is on it’s own with nothing surrounding it. (It looks just like the photo on the web with a big green sign that lights...More
Loved this place. New and very clean youth hostel. Rooms are very big ( we stayed in a 4-bed room). Friendly staff. There are no restaurants close by, so you probably end up eating at the hostel. Food is OK, but the restaurant gives you...More
We recently held my daughter's bat mitzvah at the Ein Gedi youth hostel. From our first communication with them through the end of the event, everything was top notch, with a very high level of service and attention to detail.
We rented 18 rooms, for...More
US$66 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I would like to know how I can telephone the hostel directly & speak to a live human (not the recorded message which is in Hebrew) to make my reservation. I've telephoned the Hostel repeatedly, and either nobody answers the phone and the line eventually goes dead, or else I get a pre-recorded message in Hebrew, which says to press 1 or Press 2, or Press Zero, all of which I have tried with no result. I've also e-mailed but had no responses yet. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance from the MediaDoctor in beautiful-but still no Cherry Blossoms-Washington, D.C.
1 April 2015|
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Response from Lorikeets | Reviewed this property |
I got prompt response using contact email and no. on iyha site