September 13, 2011
For business or pleasure, hotels rolling out red carpets
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Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center Hotel
Guests receive an automatic upgrade to a deluxe room. Each room features spectacular panoramic views of Tel Aviv. Business travelers receive a free drink voucher, daily newspaper in English, welcome refreshments, and free entrance to the spa and health club with a 15 percent discount for treatments. Free tours of the city are offered to guests every Saturday. A variety of meeting rooms are available upon request, and the business lounge is open 24/7. Guest rooms are equipped with free WiFi service. The hotel also features an upscale a la carte kosher restaurant.
For more information, visit afi-hotels.com.
Dan Tel Aviv Hotel
Guest rooms feature cable TV, wireless Internet access (in public areas as well), in-room safe, mini-bar, hair dryer, bathrobes and 24-hour room services. Express check-in and check-out. Use of the hotel’s King David Crown Lounge is free, as is personal Butler Service for guests staying in Executive Sea View rooms and suites. Every Saturday features a free guided bus tour to historic sites and attractions. A “smart” (i.e., high-tech) conference room, which accommodates up to 150 people, is available, along with 13 smaller conference rooms, all featuring sea views.
For more information, visit danhotels.com.
Prima Tel Aviv Hotel
Located directly across from the bustling seaside promenade, the hotel is popular with businessmen and vacationers who wish to enjoy a quality hotel in a central city location, relish a lavish breakfast overlooking the sea and want to begin each successful day in an intimate atmosphere. Each of the hotel’s floors is dedicated to a renowned Israeli artist who lived and worked in Tel Aviv. Additionally, the hotel’s stairwells are adorned with large mural photographs of famous city boulevards.
For more information, visit prima-hotels-israel.com.
The growing chain, which features hotels all over Israel, accentuates the pleasure aspect within the “business-and-pleasure” equation. Many business people quietly take a break from the daily adrenalin rush by relaxing in one of the chain hotel’s spa resorts in Tiberias and the Dead Sea. Rimonim is currently offering a special “Discover & Drive” package that includes a three-night stay at any of the Rimonim hotels and three-day Hertz car rental. The idea behind the package is to encourage guests to explore a number of Rimonim properties during their stay in Israel. A sample itinerary for the north of Israel would be a combination of Jerusalem or Tel Aviv with three nights at the Rimonim Galei Kinnereth Hotel, located on the banks of Lake Kinneret (Tiberias), or three nights in mystical Safed at the Rimonim Safed Boutique Hotel. Six nights in the south could combine the luxurious Royal Dead Sea Hotel with the Rimonim Eilat, situated on the shores of the Red Sea.
For more information, visit english.rimonim.com.
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