Many new hotels in Israel are opening every year. From boutique hotels to luxury resort hotels, many of the new hotels in Israel offer world-class levels of comfort and service and facilities which put them at the top of their class. The recent trend of new hotel openings in Israel is towards smaller, boutique style properties, with high levels of quality and service, often in restored historic buildings in quaint settings, whether that be in the heart of a city, or the rural surroundings.
New Hotels in Israel
The last years have seen a swathe of new hotels opening in Israel. Here are the highlights:
The Poli HOUSE, Tel Aviv
The Poli House is a 40-room luxury hotel housed in a restored Bauhaus architecture-style building. It is located in Tel Aviv’s urban center on the historic Magen David Square. The hotel incorporates design elements of the city’s past while maintaining a modern feel and offers amenities like a panoramic rooftop pool, a sunbathing lounge, cocktail bar, and spa treatment rooms.
The Post, Jerusalem
Once the third floor of the city’s post office, the Post Hostel offers a European spin on hospitality in the world’s holiest city. This new hostel is in a prime location, just off Yaffo Street in Jerusalem’s city center. With 43 rooms (32 private and 11 shared dorms), it is designed to accommodate an assortment of travelers on a variety of budgets. A large common room and bar welcomes travelers to meet and swap stories. The Post opened in early December 2015.
W Hotel, Tel Aviv-Jaffo
The W Hotel is bringing luxury to Tel Aviv’s oldest district, Jaffa. The new hotel and residences are located in a former convent and hospital in Jaffa’s port. Much of the site’s 19-century stucco work and stained glass has been refurbished. The lobby will feature 12th-century ruins and the vaulted basement will house the hotel’s restaurant. The W Hotel was completed in summer 2016.
Isrotel Hotel, Germany colony, jerusalem
Isrotel is adding new 5-star hotel to its chain in the German Colony of Jerusalem. Located on the corner of Emek Refaim and Derech Beit Lechem, the building will function as a hotel and as residential space. It is designed within two restored and authentic templar buildings and includes 250 rooms, a spa, restaurants, meeting spaces and a conference hall.