Ramon Crater is a geological feature of Israel's Negev desert. Located at the peak of Mount Negev, some 85 km south of the city of Beersheba, the landform is not actually an impact crater from a meteor nor a volcanic crater formed by a volcanic eruption, but rather is the world's largest makhtesh. The crater is 40 km long, 2–10 km wide and 500 meters deep, and is shaped like an elongated heart. The only settlement in the area is the small town of Mitzpe Ramon ("Ramon Observation Point") located on the northern edge of the crater. Today the crater and surrounding area forms Israel's largest national park, the Ramon Nature Reserve.
The Ramon Inn is a polished all-suite hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Ramon Crater Nature Reserve.
Airy modern suites have sitting areas and offer tea and coffeemakers, minifridges and flat-screen TVs, plus safes and free Wi-Fi. Room service is available. Upgraded suites, some with 2 bedrooms, add kitchenettes and living rooms.
The hotel has an airy Middle Eastern restaurant and a lobby cafe. There's also a glass-enclosed pool, a fitness area and spa. The 4-story building has no elevator.