hotels

Optimistic For Summer

Hoteliers sprucing up and expanding ahead of new season.

Special To The Jewish Week
06/17/2015

With last summer’s Gaza war in the rear-view mirror, Israeli hoteliers are looking ahead, with two words in mind: renovation and expansion.

The Ruth Rimonim in Safed has been turned into a "story hotel," focusing on the city's unique history.

Small Hotels, Big Returns

Niche or ‘concept tourism’ on the rise in Israel.

Israel Correspondent
06/17/2015

Israel, like other countries, has an abundance of hotels, and that can make it difficult for tourists to choose the property best suited to their needs. 

The Market House, a boutique hotel in Jaffa, was built atop the ruins of an eighth-century church. Michele Chabin/JW

The New Hotel Food Wars

Gastronomic creativity becomes a competitive selling point for Jerusalem establishments.

Special To The Jewish Week
03/24/2015

Like a jazz musician setting a standard tune to a Latin beat and turning tradition on its head, the chef at the Inbal Jerusalem says he might serve “a gefilte fish with a Jerusalem culinary accent or a Shabbat-morning chulent with a Mediterranean influence.”

Noted Leonardo Plaza Hotel chef Shalom Kadosh

Chain Reaction

Hilton and Ritz Carlton Hotels bringing high-end properties to Jewish state in time for spring, summer seasons.

Special To The Jewish Week
02/27/2013

High-end hotels are blooming in Israel these days like, well, so many spring flowers. 

Hoteliers Broadening Their Appeal

With a good first quarter in hand, the industry isn’t standing pat as the summer season nears.

Special To The Jewish Week
05/15/2012

Spurred by a record-breaking NUMBERof foreign tourists who visited the Holy Land during the first quarter of this year, Israel’s hotel industry is gearing up for the summer tourism season. 

People and News- a special promotional feature

DEBBIE ISAAC, RESIDENT OF NEW ROCHELLE, NEW YORK, ELECTED PRESIDENT OF AMIT

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