This hotel oozes art everywhere, from its immense hall to outside the wall. It is one of the most comfortable, spacious hotels I have stayed in and it has a large and varied buffet. It has a rooftop terrace with tremendous views of Jerusalem. The rooms are quiet with glass bathroom walls that may be transparent or opaque, depending on your preference.
The rooms in this hotel offer the best view of Tel Aviv's skyline. We were on the 15th floor. The hotel is quite new, free wifi with excellent signal in the rooms and is just steps from the beach. The buffet is excellent and very varied: meat, fish dishes, soups, fruits, and an impressive variety of desserts.
This hotel, restaurant or oasis of peace leaves you like new after an exhausting day in Jerusalem. The rooms are expensive, about 60 euros night. Go up to the terrace to see the sunset. Incredible views of the Rock and the entire old city.
It is always an experience to stay in a kibbutz. The peaceful Nof Ginosar Kibbutz Hotel is situated on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, a 10 minute drive from Tiberias. The hotel has comfy rooms which overlook the lake, gardens and mountains. It's an ideal starting point to explore the Upper Galilee, the Jordan Valley and the Golan Heights. You can swim at the private beach or have fun playing on the tennis and basketball courts. The Nof Ginosar has 170 rooms are simple, clean and equipped with AC, phone, radio, TV and private bathroom with hairdryer. An experience is to take a full Israeli breakfast and enjoy a buffet or a la carte dinner in the restaurant "Kosher," which offers some great views of the Sea of Galilee.
The hostel was built in 2011 and is run by a very nice young couple and has been built almost almost entirely with very original furniture and a pleasant family touch. You can book activities in the Negev Desert Mitzpe Ramon and through them. A place to stay for a couple of days to rest. A walking tour of the crater rim can be carried out from the hostel, from one of the highest observation points to the interpretive center. It barely takes 30 minutes, but should be done with plenty of time, in the evening to enjoy the changing colors. She speaks a little Spanish, and he is a very imaginative designer. He has made vintage furniture created from recycled products.
Eilat is known for its beaches along the Red Sea, it is in the south of Israel so there are plenty of hotels that use this location to offer their products. Rimonim is one of them. It has spacious rooms with a very large buffett (giant), show cooking and even an ice cream parlor, a swimming pool and other amenities. Internet access is free in the lobby but in the rooms you have to pay. We arrived during a holiday so the whole beach was awake till the wee hours of the morning - it was not the best place to unwind and relax but you could enjoy the city's festive atmosphere.
Small boutique hotel, elegant, central, modern and full of little details that make small hotels well worth the visit. You can enjoy a coffee in the Quiet garden lounge or relax in the upper terrace overlooking Tel Aviv and the sea. Breakfasts can be found very close and there are great bars.
If you want to stay near the Dead Sea, this spa hotel is a good choice, first because of its location, situated on a hill next to the Dead Sea which gives you a spectacular view of it and you are also very near the Ein Gedi Nature Park. The hotel has many rooms spread over terraced houses and has a spa where the specialty is mud treatments, but where they also have pools filled with Dead Sea water with a high concentration of salt in which you can float very easily and it also has many other properties. The entire complex has wifi and also has a spacious buffet.
Here you can do short-term apartment rentals (and they even speak Spanish) for less than what you would pay for a hotel. We rent apartments also for long periods and also offer properties for sale. The property is located in central Jerusalem just a few meters from the Mamilla Shopping.
The Herods Palace Hotel (formerly The Sheraton) is in the northern part of the beach and all of the hotel's rooms have magnificent views of the Red Sea. There's air conditioning in the rooms, Television (Cable/Satellite), Non-Smoking Rooms, a safe, Coffee Maker, Balcony Terrace and Mini-Bar. It's a luxury 5-star hotel.
The 4-star Harmony Hotel in Jerusalem has non smoking rooms, air conditioning, a free daily newspaper, a desk, hair dryer, safe, cable TV, bathtub, 24 hour room service, an executive floor, laundry service, safety deposit boxes, and facilities for the disabled and information on touring the city.
The Zion Hotel is located in the heart of Jerusalem right in the Central Square where you´ll find and various restaurants and bars. It is easy to access, and is a good starting point for visiting all of the important places in the land of promise without straying too far from the resort.
The Rimonim Neptune Hotel (Ovda - Eilat - Israel) is a newly renovated hotel just minutes from the beach of the Red Sea. It's in the center of the market and commercial district. The rooms are modern with LCD TVs and balconies with views of the Red Sea. You can use the spa, sauna and hammam or a soothing massage or gym. The hotel has swimming pool and game room as well as children's activities offered by the staff. The restaurant offers excellent food. There are 278 rooms.
The Orchid Hotel and Resort (Ovda, Eilat - Israel) is one of the best 5 star hotels in Eilat. It's located on the shores of the Almog Coral Beach between the desert and the hills of the bay. It features pools, outdoor Jacuzzi, a spa, sauna, snorkelling and diving. It offers other services like laundry, ironing and dry cleaning, wake up service, and a reception with an ATM.
The Olympia Hotel is a modern, refurbished hotel in the business area near the beach. The area is surrounded by nightlife, stores and restaurants on the beach overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. All rooms have AC, satellite TV, telephone, and radio. The property also offers a dining room, coffee shop, indoor parking and lobby bar.