Published on : Thursday, March 28, 2019
In 2019, another strong start for Israel as the country continues to shatter all earlier tourism records, with a total of 683,000 visitors in January and February, a rise of 16% in comparison to same time last year. Introductions of new hotels in Israel’s important cities along with new flight options from the U.S. will carry on with the unprecedented momentum in tourism to Israel.
Brown Hotels – On their Tel Aviv portfolio, Brown Hotels continues to develop, introducing three new hotels in spring and summer of 2019. The 33-room Dave Levinsky, planned to be opened in spring 2019, will have chic and low-cost rooms in the heart of Tel Aviv’s newest culinary and nightlife hubs, the Levinsky Market neighborhood, as the 34-room Theodore provides a contemporary take on Bauhaus architecture transmitting a chic and sophisticated feel. Besides, Brown will introduce The Menorah, its largest flagship with 200 rooms located near Rothschild Boulevard.
Spot Hostel – Chic pod rooms are coming to Tel Aviv Port with Spot Hostel in April of this year. It’s going to be the first pod hostel to be introduced in Israel. Joining the trend of capsule hotel over important cities all over the world, the hostel brags of reasonably priced and well-designed rooms for single travelers, couples, small groups and even young families.
Kedem Hotel – The Shitit Group’s latest nature-friendly venture, the 61-room Kedem Hotel, will be launched in May 2019 on the slopes of the Carmel Forest. Incorporated into the surrounding environment, the hotel puts special importance on providing a “home for body and soul.” Open to guests 18 and older, the hotel has a firm no-cell phone strategy to serve better to the health-focused clientele.
Kibbutz Ramat Rachel –The only Kibbutz hotel of Jerusalem, the Ramat Rachel Hotel of late made major changes, additions and renovations, spending around $35 million to renovate its 165-hotel rooms, open a new sports center, pool and baby pool. Constructed in 1926 and situated at the southern tip of Jerusalem, the hotel provides eye-catching views overlooking the Judean Hills.
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