The Park Plaza Orchid hotel is a 4 star hotel with 182 rooms at a prome spot of the Tel Aviv Coast. It was formerly known as the Yamit Hotel.
Unique Quality: Free WiFi and use of laptops (deposit mandaory)
Use of bicycles (deposit mandatory)
Directions: At the coastal Road.
One of the better 4 star hotels I have stayed at in Tel Aviv.
Perfectly located overlooking the Mediterranean and the beach. Whilst 17 stories high and 2 separate towers, the hotel has the ambience of a boutique hotel - a modern well-laid out, welcoming foyer with huge picture windows overlooking the sea, a small lobby cafe and swimming pool and terrace. Rooms are large, comfortable and all overlook the sea with a side-on view.
Unique Quality: It's all about location, but with so many seafront options in Tel Aviv, its good to find one that has all the services of a good business hotel but which appeals to tourists, isn't overpowering in terms of size and group bookings and, with its boutique nature, is friendly and personal.
Deals can be had direct from the hotel's website - US$120 per room is great value when other hotels nearby are quoting US$220
Also offers free access to the Gymn next door as well as discounts and a number of nearby restaurants
Directions: Next door to the American Embassy
Coveniently located right on the beach and next to the States Embassy, this was one of the few hotels that we had in Israel where I feltlike we have paid the right rate. The room was spacious and had seaview and theexecutive lounge included in the rice made up for maybe tired bathroom and shower.
well, it looks like i'm booked into the yamit park plaza hotel in tel aviv from july 19th through july 22nd and then onto the lutheran hospice in jerusalem for one week...probably then on to eilat for three or four days (petra, maybe more of jordan, other expeditions if i can bear the heat.
i'll probably take a bus down to eilat from jerusalem (i know it's a long trip but i do want to see what's there!!) i'll fly back to the airport and either to tel aviv or jerusalem...maybe then go north to galilee and the golan heights...then to a spa (!!!) on the dead sea for a little pampering and back to tel aviv for a few nights before my ridulously early flight on august 15th.
i've been researching tel aviv (and environs) and jerusalem ...any suggestions for the rest of the trip.
looking forward to meeting some of you vters during that month!!
best wishes, annp
I wouldn't fly from Eilat back to T"A instead of you but i'd drive back (or take a bus) to the dead sea area (which is relatively "in the area") to enjoy it and for some Spa as you mentioned but woldn't skip a trip to Massada while there and also maybe to En Gedi or En Bokek or Kumeran caves.
Then i'd go up north towards the Sea of Galile visit some of the holly sites there (if it interests you') and from there up to the Golan Heights area.
It all depends of cours on what you would like to see and how are you planing to travel up north (Car, Bus ?) according to that it will be easier for you to plan it.
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