Israel

The Ritz-Carlton Herzliya

“We are ladies and gentlemen serving ladies and gentlemen” so says Gadi Hassin a hotel General Manager well used to Israel’s high end hospitality vagaries we have all come to reluctantly accept; construction not quite finished off properly, landscaping with the odd bit of piping sticking out and service lacking a simple smile or two.

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Carmel Caves added to UNESCO list

Carmel Caves, Israel Added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Brown Hotel. Tel Aviv

The 30-room Brown Hotel opened in late 2010 as Israel’s only member of Design Hotels and remains the hippest of Tel Aviv’s boutique hostelries. 

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Carmel Forest Spa. Haifa

Israel’s Carmel Forest Spa Resort, set in a national forest close to the country’s third city, Haifa, has taken on a challenge. It has set out to dispense relief to the stressed and demanding residents of one of the most dynamic nations on earth. But it has done so with relish since the late 1990’s […]

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The Carlton Hotel Tel Aviv

You know, it’s a great feeling swimming outside fourteen floors up. For a start, you’re fourteen floors nearer the sun, and secondly,  the view is just incredible. Well it is from the roof of The Carlton in Tel Aviv that’s for sure.

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French Cheeses in the Negev

Who would have thought that in such an arid place as this you could produce Camembert cheeses of the utmost delicacy, but that’s exactly what they’ve done. Naot Farm in Ramat Hanegev, a 2 hour drive south from Tel Aviv, is the realisation of a dream for them both and a real throwback to Israel’s early pioneering days. Here is where you will find authentic french cheeses in the Negev.

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