As Yehonatan Gefen once wrote: “where the sky and the desert end there is a distant place full of wild flowers…”
Indeed, where the Northern Negev ends, where heaven and earth meet, resides the hotel of Erettz Ze’elim. The hotel’s rooms surrounded by nurtured grass yards and unique flowers gardens. A clear air and unending wide open spaces that only the Negev can offer. The hotel has 51 guests’ rooms in four categories. You can choose Earth, water, Sky and Boutique Sky rooms.
Upon your entrance to the hotel’s rooms you will sense the serene ambiance, the easiness and the uniqueness that invite you to lay your head, to relax from the everyday nuisances. Numerous hammocks spread around the accommodation complex. Barbecue areas for the Parisians among you. The hotel’s large spaces allow your children to run around and play freely and safely and enjoy the various facilities of the hotel.
For your entertainment there are; a beautiful swimming pool, a natural Turkish bath, dry sauna, spa treatments, the Be’er Pub, conferences lounge, and the “Inalienable Heritage” Museum.
As part of the Erettz hospitality concept, the meals that are served in the hotel’s restaurant are based on fresh, unique and original menu based on the region’s products, dairies, wineries, farms of unique herbs that provide a quality culinary experience.
Free Wi-Fi is at your disposal in the hotel’s lounge.
Attractions, nature sites, concept activities and the extreme activities the Negev has to offer, are all in a short drive distance, and these options are just a small taste. Eshkol (Besor) National Park, The Besor springs. The streams Shikma and Grar. Health mansion Oasis In The Negev, “The fields Road” tracks. Borders’ Mizpe, Negev Revivim petting zoo, Ostrich farm “El HaYa’en”. Bicycle trips of “La Medavesh” in Be’eri. The petting zoos in Gvaram, a flight in a Hotair-Baloon. ATV’s trips. Jeep trips. Diaries. “The Salad Trail”. “The loners farm” and many more. The hotel’s staff will help, advise and order the suitable activities for you. In alternative, you can receive information and even make reservations for the numerous activities and concept sites in the area, via our website https://www.erettz.co.il..
Throughout the year, unique and special concept weekends operate in the hotel.
Weekends with winemakers where a great emphasis is put on the regional wines, dairies and cheese. Some of them have become invaluable assets in the finest delicatessens in the country.
Gastronomic weekends with a leading chef. Weekends of culture with writers and storytellers. Weekends for photography enthusiasts. Weekends related to music. Weekends of blossoms tours. Juices fasting and cleansing workshops.
Erettz Ze’elim Rooms
The rooms are designed according to the unique design concept of the hotel as a whole, while keeping the guests’ convenience. The rooms were meant to host a couple with two children. In each room there is a double bed, Sofa bed, LCD TV, a decorative shower, mini refrigerator and an coffee set. There are … Continue reading “Sky”
The rooms are designed according to the unique design concept of the hotel as a whole, while keeping the guests’ convenience. The rooms were meant to host a couple with two children. In each room there is a double bed, Sofa bed, LCD TV, a decorative shower, a kitchenette with mini refrigerator and an Espresso/Cappuccino … Continue reading “Water”
The rooms are designed according to the unique design concept of the hotel as a whole, while keeping the guests’ convenience. The rooms were meant to host a couple with two children. In each room there is a double bed, Sofa bed, LCD TV, shower, mini refrigerator and a coffee set. There are ever-green lawns … Continue reading “Earth”
Erettz Ze’elim Attractions
Krichmer’s collection. The collection presents casted and stamped medallions and coins through which one can experience the history of Zionism and the state of Israel throughout the twentieth century. The source of the collection is a longtime workshop in Jerusalem, which since the beginning of the past century until a few years ago, there was … Continue reading “The “Inalienable Heritage” Museum”