Our tour itinerary indicated that we would be staying two nights at the Kibbutz Lavi Hotel. Given that it is a kibbutz, I expected basic. Basic word have been fine, but this was disgusting. The drapes were torn, the toilet didn’t flush properly, and the bathroom door was rotted. The closet did not have any hangers and when I asked for some, we got old, bent white wire hangers, the kind you get from the dry cleaners. Overall, the room was dirty and dilapidated.
One day we came back after a long day and there were no towels in the room at all. I dialed reception and housekeeping about 30 times before I could reach someone to bring towels.
I heard that some rooms have been renovated, but if you get a room that has not been, you will not be happy.
Breakfast and dinner were fine. The staff was not always nice. Usually you had to chase a server to get coffee in the morning and on one occasion the waitress refused to give me coffee because I was not in her section.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking