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HI Ein Gedi

HI Ein Gedi resides at the lowest place in the world, facing the Dead Sea. Above it soar the Yehuda Desert cliffs.

68 rooms with A/C, shower and bathroom, T.V., coffee set and mini bar (in some).

Some of the rooms have a private balcony looking over the Dead Sea.

3 Halls with audiovisual equipment.

The Dining Room seats 240. Breakfast included in price. Additional meals (including packaged meals) should be ordered in advance. Food is Kosher.

Check in:
Check in is from 15:00 between Sunday to Friday. On Saturdays check in is an hour after Shabbat ends (evening).

If the reservation is made by a guest holding an Israeli passport, V.A.T. will be added according to law regulations. This will be payable on arrival at the hostel.
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