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New hotels in Israel

While Covid has kept us away, a host of new hotels have opened in Israel. Here are a few to check out

Pereh Hotel
Pereh Hotel


Located on a private estate in the Golan Heights on a hilltop with views of mountains and valleys, Pereh Hotel is a location that connects past and present, luxury and nature, wine and food, and exciting adventure. Pereh Hotel has 27 exceptional rooms and suites surrounded by gardens and orchards, along with a spa, outdoor pool, restaurant, stone-paved patio, bar lounge, wine cellar, and private events room.


Desert oasis Kedma Hotel in Kibbutz Sde Boker is walking distance from the desert home of David Ben-Gurion and offers a unique Negev-inspired hospitality experience in serene tranquillity. 163 rooms are built around an expansive open-air courtyard with a serene pool. Hike through the area and discover its rich history, or enjoy exhilarating jeep or dirt-bike rides, stargazing, camel riding and more. The hotel also features an authentic desert-style restaurant, a luxurious spa and fitness room


Galei Kinneret Hotel by Saar Zafrir Design (1 Eliezer Kaplan Blvd, Tiberias) on the shores of the Sea of Gailee is a luxury 123-room-hotel. With a seamless design concept using a minimal, clean colour palette and drawing inspiration from the local, natural surroundings, the hotel blends with the natural landscape. There is an outdoor glass pool exposing ancient ruins beneath, beach club, indoor and outdoor bars and a restaurant by Israeli chef Assaf Granit.

Sofia Sea of Galilee (HaPalmach St 12, Tiberias) is an exquisite 19th century stone house a few minutes’ walk from the city centre and the Sea of Galilee (locally named the Kinneret). Adjoining the historic building, a newly-built wing has 120 luxurious wood-panelled rooms. There is a spa with a Hammam (Turkish bath), a swimming pool and three restaurants, including one on the rooftop. All offer Galilean cuisine and fine wines from Judea, the Galilee and the Golan Heights. A synagogue is under construction.

Gomeh Hotel (Migdal Shore, Migdal) sits by the North Western side of the Sea of Galilee facing the beautiful Galilee Mountains. High standard food, modern design and a beach adjacent to the hotel are highlights. The hotel has 212 rooms, outdoor pool, restaurant, gym, meeting rooms and a large outdoor deck.


Mirabelle Plaza (Yefe Nof St 111) is at the top of Mount Carmel and is well placed for the centre of Carmel and a short drive to the lower city, the beaches and other Haifa attractions. The hotel has 100 rooms, offering high standard hospitality with a European touch. There is a luxury event and conference venue, health club and spa, heated pool, parking. Guests are invited to enjoy a rich Israeli breakfast in the dining room, dairy dishes and desserts in the lounge bar.


Denise Lederman has over 30 years’ experience in retail travel and works on a freelance basis with Ultimate Destinations


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