Renovated Luxury Stays in Israel

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Intercontinental David Hotel Tel Aviv is currently undergoing renovations, which will be finished in March. However the hotel is still welcoming guests. It is ideal for visitors who want to get views of the Mediterranean, and a taste of the unique city. We suggest booking the “Tel Aviv Insider Experience,” which gives visitors the opportunity to see authentic sights of Tel Aviv. The best part about this package is that guests can completely tailor the itinerary to meet their needs. Options include access to the best, most sought-after restaurants or booking the guestroom where Madonna stayed.  

Staying in a suite here means guaranteed views of the Mediterranean and a large living area. For families, multiple couples or friends it is possible to book a suite with adjoining rooms. 

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For clients also touring Jerusalem while in Israel, a stay at Inbal Hotel is a popular choice. Inbal overlooks both the new and Old City and offers several restaurants. For dinner we suggest dining at the popular Sofia Restaurant, which serves Italian dishes. We hear the lasagna made with Middle Eastern phyllo dough is delicious, as is the eggplant dish prepared with kadaif noodles. Guests can celebrate the Shabbat at the hotel on Friday evenings with options like braised beef goulash, roast chicken and Moroccan fish and cholent.  

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