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This could have been good if we were resorters in season, but as it was, it was sub par. We were there out of season and with a tour. We arrived back each evening about the time they were closing the pool (why so early?)...More
The best thing about this village is that it is right on the edge of the Sea of Galilee. We enjoyed walking into the Sea from our room and just wading in the water. The rooms are comfortable, but the heaters did not work despite...More
Ma'agan Eden offered splendid views of the Sea of Galilee. I imagine kids would enjoy the pool & play area. I only found one self-service laundry room on the property with two washing machines and dryers. The buffet dinner tasted good, typical food you would...More
Really good hotel, nice apartment, gardens and pool, good choice of breakfast and dinner buffets. A large communal dining area which though not luxury was great fun. But the location! Just terrific. Ideal for a group and as a base for seeing some amazing heritage.
We stayed at this kibbutz for a couple of nights while we toured around Israel. The room itself was great having a separate bedroom and living room w/a kitchenette complete with full-size fridge/freezer, sink, microwave, hot pot and even a portable burner. It was nice...More
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Response from bettygboop56 | Reviewed this property |
We went through a tour agency and our family had their number. They would have to call them and they could get in touch with us. Also most of the tour buses had free wifi and you could use it to email, face time etc