Getting married in Israel or having a celebration? Where and how can you stay to spoil yourself on your Israel tour?
King David Hotel, Jerusalem
A view of the Old City
King David is one of the famous hotels in Israel and a true landmark of Jerusalem hotels. There is almost no famous personality (presidents, prime ministers) who has visited Israel without staying in the Moroccan-Mediterranean style royal suite on the sixth floor. The suite faces the Old City with a spectacular view. It has an enormous living room with a stereo system, DVD and state of the art TV. The sumptuous bedroom has a giant bed with an en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi and a makeup room. The suite also has a mini bar and kitchenette with all the equipment you require, should you decide to ask a chef to come and make you a meal.
Royal Beach Hotel, Eilat
The hotel has several Royal suites, with luxury items that start right from the Eilat Airport, including luxury transport to the hotel. Service includes soft towels and robes, a unit that contains a bedroom, two bathrooms, flat screen TV and a large balcony with a jacuzzi. You will also enjoy a fruit basket, snacks and wine, and free entry to the business suite where you can enjoy free drinks and light meals.
Queen of Sheba Hilton Hotel, Eilat
“Love rooms” is the design concept of the hotel rooms. The rooms contain velvet and organza fabrics in four shades, for your selection, and an exotic eastern ambiance with a golden aquarium. The luxury package includes entry to the spa, and to the prestige suite, one breakfast served in your room, one dinner from the hotel’s restaurants and a massage for a couple at the hotel spa.
Hilton Hotel, Tel Aviv
140 sq.m. of plasma
Haven’t you always dreamed of being at the top of the White City Hilton Hotel and celebrating your honeymoon there? For that pleasure you will have to say goodbye to no less than NIS 18,000, for which you will receive a suite with glass walls, offering a view of the sea and the city of Tel Aviv from almost every spot. The hotel’s Dell Suite covers 140 sq.m. of floor space and is one of the largest in Israel.
The suite has a large sitting room, eating area, office space, sauna and spacious bathroom. There are also several giant plasma screens, surround sound systems inset into the ceilings, a VCR and a DVD and a CD player. The suite is surrounded by a slim balcony which looks out onto the White City with an open Jacuzzi in the middle. You’ll also get breakfast, personal robes, Ahava cosmetics, a bar with champagne, fruit, and homemade candies and chocolates in this luxurious Tel Aviv hotel.
David Citadel Hotel, Jerusalem
The Presidential Suite
It is hard to describe the breathtaking view from the hotel, particularly the one from the Presidential Suite, whose occupants over the years have included the Clintons, Condoleezza Rice and all sorts of presidents and famous personalities. The suite is 120 sq.m. and has a 75 sq.m. balcony which looks straight toward the Jewish quarter. The suite contains a large bedroom, work room, spacious living room and bathroom with a bidet and separate service entrance. The newly married couple will enjoy a variety of treats before the wedding, and more after the ceremony – fruit, flowers, petits fours and bubbly champagne at 10 o’clock at night.
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Jerusalem
If you fancy feeling a bit like Lev Leviev, you are welcome to spoil yourself in the giant suite where he stays at the Crowne Plaza. The suite is on the 20th floor of the hotel and overlooks the Old City. It has a bedroom, living room, balcony, eating area and bathroom with a jet shower and sauna. There are also large plasma screens, caressing robes and thick towels. For your nuptials you will get Chef VIP treatment, with fruit, soft drinks, wine and special snacks delivered to the room, and you can also order a special meal. This will cost you $2,700 a night, including breakfast. If you want to cut costs you can make do with the new Presidential Suite. It is on the 19th floor, offers a wonderful view of Jerusalem, and has a bedroom, living room, eating area and spacious bathroom. And you can enjoy all the treats you get in the Leviev suite.
Intercontinental Hotel, Tel Aviv
Sauna and business suite
The hotel has two presidential suites, on the 23rd and the 25th floors. Both look out onto the sea. Each has a large bedroom, spacious living room, small kitchenette with a coffee machine and microwave oven, and large bathroom with a bath-jacuzzi and a sauna for two people. There is also a sophisticated sound system and a flat screen TV. Guests are given free entrance to the business suite with free drinks and a selection of snacks. You will also have fruit, chocolates and alcoholic beverages delivered to the room.
Dan Hotel, Eilat
Wide balcony, outside jacuzzi
In the hotel chain they call it the mega suite. It has a floor space of 220 sq.m. and is located on the 14th floor. The design is modern Italian and it contains a bedroom with an en suite bathroom with a jacuzzi for four people, a spacious living room with a sound system, VCR and TV, a large balcony and an outside jacuzzi as well. And the view? You see into Eilat, the Bay of Eilat, the Bay of Aqaba and, on clear days, you can also see a strip of Saudi Arabia. The other part of the suite has a bedroom, a walk in closet and bathroom. The treats you get, in addition to champagne delivered to your room on your wedding night, include embroidered robes, fruit, wine, a treatment kit and more.
Rimonim Galei Kinnereth Hotel, Tiberias
Ben Gurion’s place
The romantic honeymoon suite at the Rimonim Galei Kinnereth Hotel is the Ben Gurion Suite, which Israel’s first prime minister particularly liked. It is the only hotel suite on the shores of Lake Kinnereth and has a spacious balcony overlooking the Golan Heights and the lake. The suite includes an eating area, plasma screen, large bathroom with Italian marble and a jacuzzi. The wedding night package includes robes, a rich fruit basket, a full free mini bar, excellent wine and a quality selection of chocolates. The luxury deal in this Galilee hotel also includes a free breakfast overlooking Tiberias and Lake Kinnereth (by order).
Meridian Hotel, Dead Sea
Royal bathroom, exotic fruits
The Masada Suite is on the 17th floor of the hotel, and includes a panoramic balcony, bedroom with a giant sized bed, large TV screen, living room with two large sofas in front of a 42 inch plasma TV screen, home cinema system and royal bathroom with marble tiles and a jacuzzi. Guests have entry to the business suite and the Dead Sea spa, and enjoy a range of treats, such as robes, house wine, pralines, a plate of exotic fruits and a full free mini bar.
Carmel Forests, Haifa
Three gourmet meals
The Love Package at the Carmel Forests health and spa estate – that’s the name for the honeymoon package at the hotel that nestles in the heart of Mount Carmel's forest near Haifa. The suite includes a living room, sleeping area, spacious bathroom, flat TV screen, CD system, espresso machine and slim balcony. The couple will also receive three gourmet meals and have access to all the estate’s facilities.