Hotels in Israel

Israel’s diverse climatic regions – from the fertile grassy hills of the Galilee in the North of the country, to the deserts of the Negev make it the ideal holiday destination for every type of holidaymaker. Visitors are also spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting an Israel hotel since there is such a wide variety of great accommodation on offer.

Visitors seeking the sun are sure to find it in the southern resort of Eilat and can choose from ever popular ‘all inclusive’ Israel hotels, luxury ‘spa’ hotels and various ‘themed’ hotels, as well as a wide range of comfortable budget Israel hotels. Visitors to Eilat have beautiful sandy beaches at their disposal– perfect for a relaxing vacation, or, for the more adventurous- the opportunity to take part in water sports and scuba diving around the protected coral reefs.

If relaxation and rejuvenation are top of your holiday requirements then why not consider booking one of the many hotels in Israel which offer internationally acclaimed spa facilities and treatments. There are many luxury ‘spa’ hotels situated in and around the city of Tiberias in the Galilee region; their proximity to natural hot springs is an additional attraction. Visitors should also look at hotels close to the Dead Sea, many of which offer ‘Dead Sea’ pools and treatments, which are famous for their therapeutic benefits.

Guests seeking a city break need look no further than the vibrant city of Tel Aviv for excellent Israel Hotels.  The city not only provides some of the best restaurants, shops and nightlife in Israel, but has white sandy beaches on the doorstep– no wonder Tel Aviv was recently voted one of the world’s best city beach resorts.

Israel, a country that holds such great importance to religions such as Christianity, Judaism and Islam, attracts many travellers who wish to visit the many cultural and religious places of note. Of particular significance to many is, of course the ancient city of Jerusalem. Visitors to Jerusalem will find prestigious well known Israel Hotels to local independent hotels offering guests not only great value for money, but a chance to experience the traditional welcoming ambience of a truly Middle Eastern hotel.

Acre hotels

It’s easy to see why Acre was declared a UNESCO world heritage site, with its impressive fortresses and strongholds, which have survived for centuries. As well as historical sites visitors have at their disposal modern Acre Hotels and vibrant tourist attractions, making it a perfect holiday destin...

Arad hotels

Arad, a city in southern Israel, is situated on the border of the Negev and Judean deserts, around 23 km from the Dead Sea. The city was founded in 1961, and is somewhat of a green oasis in the surrounding barren area. Notable attractions include the ancient ruins of Tel Arad and the Arad Park - a p...

Bat Yam hotels

Bat Yam is a Mediterranean resort conveniently situated for holidaymakers, being just 20 minutes away from Tel Aviv. The hotels in Bat Yam are situated on the beach close to the famous Bat Yam Promenade with its variety of entertainment and ‘chess corner’ where visitors can attempt to out-maneuv...

Beer Sheba hotels

Situated around 50 miles from Tel Aviv and 42 miles from Jerusalem, the city of Beer Sheba is an ideal place from which to explore the surrounding Negev area in southern Israel. Beer Sheba is an ancient city and visitors can visit the Bedouin market or wander around the old Turkish Quarter to take i...

Coast hotels

The Mediterranean coast in Israel is host to a multitude of top quality hotels, making it the choice of holiday destination to millions of people each year. From Ashkelon to Rosh Hanikra the seemingly endless band of white-sanded beaches are home to every type of coast hotel from popular all inclusi...

Dead Sea hotels

The Dead Sea Hotels are situated around 90 miles from Jerusalem, past Ein Gedi. The Dead Sea is one of nature’s wonders, being the lowest lying body of water on earth, rich in salt and minerals which have renowned therapeutic benefits – as well as being fun to float on! Hotels in the Dead Sea ar...

Eilat hotels

Eilat is an idyllic holiday destination with its glorious unspoilt beaches and year round sunshine. Many of the Hotels in Eilat are situated on the northern seashores, just a short walk to the city center with its bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. Other hotels are situated on the southern coral be...

Galilee hotels

For holidaymakers in search of a vacation which offers natural wonders, waterfalls, green valleys and historical sites a stay in a one of the hotels in Galilee is the perfect break. Because of its unique climate Galilee is home to a many rare species of mammals and birds making the area the ideal de...

Golan hotels

The Golan Heights, a rich fertile area, is a popular tourist destination with its wineries, cherry orchards, hot springs and host of historical attractions including ruins dating back to Greek, Roman and ancient Israelite times. Guests staying at one of the Golan Hotels can go on Jeep Safaris or tak...

Haifa hotels

Haifa is the third largest city in Israel and its location, high on a mountain slope, allows visitors unparalleled views over the Mediterranean Sea. With six kilometers of beaches, perfect for sun lovers, shopping centers, museums, arts centers and entertainment complexes holidaymakers will never be...

Herzeliya hotels

Herzeliya is Israel’s second biggest business city and is renowned for the ‘Pituach’ area which is its silicon valley. Not only does Herzeliya attract business people, but its beaches, shopping amenities, and marina where visitors can hire a yacht, mean that holidaymakers can also enjoy stayin...

Jerusalem hotels

Jerusalem, the ‘City of Gold’ and capital of Israel, is an ancient city, birthplace to three of the world’s main religions and home to the Israeli Parliament. Jerusalem is a mixture of the old and the new –visitors flock to see historical sites such as the Church of the Holy Sepulcher whilst...

Mitzpe Ramon hotels

Mitzpe Ramon is situated in the south of Israel in the Negev desert region, 800ft high on a ridge overlooking the Ramon crater which is 40km long and 8km wide. The Ramon Airbase and Wise Astronomy Observatory are located here and the area is becoming popular with tourists keen to take a desert ride ...

Nahariya hotels

Nahariya is just 20 minutes from Haifa on the Mediterranean coast and is a popular seaside resort with beautiful beaches and wealth of surrounding historical sites. The four hotels in Nahariya are perfectly situated close to tourist attractions and it has a thriving business center, making it the id...

Nazareth hotels

Over one million tourists and pilgrims visit the city of Nazareth each year in order to view its religious and historical sites. Best known as the home of Mary and Joseph, Nazareth has become a modern city but still retains its rich culture; visitors can barter at the shuk (market), tour the Basilic...

Netanya hotels

Netanya has been termed the ‘diamond in the med’ and with its 13.5km of glorious sandy beaches and excellent weather it’s easy to see why. Located only 10 minutes away from Tel Aviv, Netanya has become a popular tourist destination and as well as being ideal for sun worshippers has museums, re...

Ramat Gan hotels

Ramat Gan is situated directly to the east of Tel Aviv and is famous for a number of diverse reasons including football, diamonds, chocolate and an African Safari complete with lions. The north part of Ramat Gan features a series of skyscrapers which when lit up at night resembles the Manhattan skyl...

Rosh Pina hotels

Rosh Pina today is a world away from the small moshavot settled by farmers more than 120 years ago. The trendy bars and restaurants which grace its cobblestone streets and the up market hotels which have sprung up show that Rosh Pina has become a sought after tourist hot spot. High up on Mount Canaa...

Safed hotels

Safed’s long history dates back more than 200 years and is known as the mystical city of Kabbalah –since the history and origins of this form of study started here. Guests staying here will be able to learn about how Israeli people celebrate events such as Passover, Rosh Hashana, Sukkot, Shavout...

Sea of Galilee hotels

The Sea of Galilee, also known as Lake Kinneret, is the largest freshwater lake in Israel. The lake is of deep religious significance to many, being mentioned often in the New Testament – the Sermon on the Mount is believed to have taken place on the mountains surrounding the lake. Nowadays the re...

Tel Aviv hotels

Tel Aviv is one of the most modern, vibrant cities in the world. Enviably situated on the beautiful Mediterranean coastline, visitors will find that aside from sand, sunshine and shopping, there are some great hotels on offer. For the young and trendy there are many reasonably priced hotels in Tel A...

Tiberias hotels

Tiberias is located next to the Sea of Galilee in the north of Israel. There is a wealth of attractions for sightseers here, including the Hamat Tiberias National Park, the Galilee Experience, or – highly recommended – a tour of fabulous St Peter’s church which was built in 1100. The more adv...

Zichron Yaacov hotels

Zichron Yaacov was one of Israel’s first Jewish settlements and today is famous for its Carmel wineries which started operating in 1886. The town is surrounded by acres of woodland making it the perfect destination for nature lovers with trails leading from the town to the ruins of Mansur-El Aqab ...

Ashkelon hotels

Ashkelon is a tourist resort which is growing in popularity. Based on the Mediterranean coast between Ashdod and the Gaza Strip Ashkelon is one of the oldest cities in the world and benefits from 12 km of sandy beaches and parks, nature reserves as well as a wealth of fascinating historical sites. ...

Caesarea hotels

Caesarea is a small up-market town on the Mediterranean coast, around 50km from Tel Aviv. It is well known for its archaeological diving park used by amateur and professional divers alike. The diving center is based in a 2000 year old Roman built sunken harbor 200,000 meters square and divers can ex...