Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Wilmafrom Netherlands
Place 2 be to relax and enjoy the stars @ night!Posted Nov 2, 2013
Location: :Located near the Creator, Mitzpe Ramon is not a big town (to my knowledge), but you have everything u needed: ATM, quite big supermarket and falafel!
The owner is a very gentile man, we arrived late, but he waited us up. We were the only guest that particular night, so he took the time to make us feel home by cooking fish and having a drink together. The place is so quiet and the nature so beautiful that it's a perfect place to let all stress go. We enjoyed the beautiful stars at night and made a real fotoshoot in the morning. We slept in the Kingdom in order to have the comfort of a real bed. Definitely a recommendable experience!!
for Everyoneby Antonfrom Moscow
Simple place, but a little bit overpriced...Posted May 21, 2013
Pros: Clean and now light and sounds. No cars and planes. Nice to rest...
Cons: I think such simple facilities must be cheaper. 100 shekels for person is too much
Location: Mitzpe Ramon crater, alpaca farm and shop in a few hundred meters.
Arrived in the night. Easy to find place without light.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
very unique placePosted Oct 16, 2012
a very special place, nothing like you will find in any hotel or hostel, natural accommodation with amazing people, the most important part of any travelers requirements.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Hannover
Kein Hotel im eigentlichen Sinn - trotzdem schönPosted Mar 20, 2012
Man sollte vor der Anreise wissen, dass es sich nicht um ein Hotel im eigentlichen Sinn handelt, sondern um eine "Zeltstadt" in der Wüste, einige Minuten Fußmarsch von Mitzpe Ramon entfernt. Es gibt dort keinen Strom aber trotzdem ausreichend viel heißes Wasser zum Duschen in den zentralen Sanitärräumen. Schlafmöglichkeiten gibt es in Dom-Zelten für bis zu 4 Personen oder in den großen Gemeinschafts-Zelten. Es gibt auch keinen Zimmer-Service oder Frühstücksbuffet dafür eine Gemeinschaftsküche in der jeder sich sein eigenes Abendessen kochen kann. Wenn man sich der Ausstattung der Lodge vorher bewusst ist kann man hier einen wirklich schönen und ruhigen Aufenthalt genießen; in Mitten der kargen aber schönen Landschaft der Negev und nur wenige Minuten vom Krater entfernt.
by A verified traveler
This should not be on the hotels.com web sitePosted Mar 4, 2012
When we arrived we realized this is not a hotel, but a campground. They do not change the sheets between guests. There is no toilet accessible to the dome tent. We left and did not stay there.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 23, 2012
for Otherby Jonathanfrom Charlottesville, VA
Hippie Tent VillagePosted May 24, 2011
This lodge definitely caters to the "unconventional" traveler. No electricity at a secluded dark site, which is a little scary to approach if you're arriving at night, but perfectly safe. The staff is friendly, though carries a bit of an "odor", you might say. That said, the showers here are heated by gas and work well. So, none of the creature comforts which you would find at Israeli hotels. That said, I slept like a log on the floor of my tent, which was more like a permanent army barracks shelter than a camping tent. The lodge doesn't accept credit cards, so bring cash payment!