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We spent 3 nights here to explore the dead sea and ein gedi nature reserve. This place was perfect for that if you are looking for a cheap accomondation. We had a very nice room with balcony with a view to the dead sea. Our...More
Perfect breakfast included and amazing view from balcony to Dead sea.The rooms were comfortable and clean, the air-con worked well and the meals offered were fine.There was ample parking.There is very friendly staff.
We spent a night here and mostly were happy. The rooms were comfortable and clean, the air-con worked well and the meals offered were fine (breakfast, lunch and dinner). We managed to get a view of the Dead Sea (most rooms do) which was nice...More
This hostel looks more than hotel. So clean, so furnished, so quiet. Perfect breakfast included and amazing view from balcony to Dead sea from any single room. It would cost so much in Greece, Croatia or anywhere in Europe. There is very friendly staff. If...More
We booked a private room at this hostel. There was ample parking. The room was spacious and we had a million dollar view of the Dead Sea from our balcony. Staff were friendly. Breakfast was much better than I'm used to at hostels. We also...More
USD 66 - USD 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.
2 April 2015|
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Response from Lorikeets | Reviewed this property |
I got prompt response using contact email and no. on iyha site