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This is the list of points hotels in Israel. If I missed any please edit and add.

Marriott:
Ritz Herzliya
Publica Isrotel Herzliya
Renaissance Tel Aviv
Sheraton Tel Aviv
The Jaffa Tel Aviv
Elma Arts Zichron Yaakov

IHG
Crowne Plaza Jerusalem
Crowne Plaza Dead Sea
Crowne Plaza Eilat
Intercontinental Tel Aviv
Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv/ Beach
Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv/ Center
Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv
Crowne Plaza Haifa

Wyndham
Tryp Jerusalem
Ramada Jerusalem
Ramada Hadera
Ramada Netanya

Hilton
Waldorf Jerusalem
Hilton Tel Aviv

Coming soon?
Hyatt- Norman Tel Aviv


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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1425 on: February 05, 2019, 08:30:24 AM »
Wiki added. Please edit and add if I missed anything, or if a different format is better.
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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1426 on: February 05, 2019, 04:20:03 PM »
Yeah the great pictures and very reasonable rates caught my eye (and I can use free hotels.com nights). Reviews online look good but if any DDFers have been, Id love to hear about it.  :)
Re Ramon Inn, Isrotel hotel in Mitzpe Ramon
I've stayed there for a few nights.
It's quite nice, but definitely takes second place to Bereshit (which is much more epensive). Note that it was orginally designed as an apartment block, which has advantages and disadvantages;
There are 4 floors , with no elevetors.
There are  many different types of rooms, some of which are great for families - up to 7 persons. there are very reasonable rates for these 3 room suites.
Public rooms are basic, but pleasant - and staff are good.
Food (if you eat rabanut) was very good - both breakfast and (especially) shabbat meals.

Note that hotel is close to the center of town. There are plenty of minyanim (shabbat and weekday) within a few minutes walk, including the (hesder) yeshiva. There are  also lots of activities to do in the area.

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1427 on: February 06, 2019, 12:01:42 AM »
Re Ramon Inn, Isrotel hotel in Mitzpe Ramon
I've stayed there for a few nights.
It's quite nice, but definitely takes second place to Bereshit (which is much more epensive). Note that it was orginally designed as an apartment block, which has advantages and disadvantages;
There are 4 floors , with no elevetors.
There are  many different types of rooms, some of which are great for families - up to 7 persons. there are very reasonable rates for these 3 room suites.
Public rooms are basic, but pleasant - and staff are good.
Food (if you eat rabanut) was very good - both breakfast and (especially) shabbat meals.

Note that hotel is close to the center of town. There are plenty of minyanim (shabbat and weekday) within a few minutes walk, including the (hesder) yeshiva. There are  also lots of activities to do in the area.

Thank you!

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1428 on: March 12, 2019, 07:38:51 PM »
This is a repost of a question I posted on the "Marriott/SPG Merger Thread" but no one responded so I'm also posting here.  My issue seems like a merger/IT issue but maybe you have info that it's on purpose.  The Elma Arts Hotel comes up on Marriott and Design Hotels websites but always show no availability.

On the direct hotel website they show rooms and you can book them.  But that website doesn't reference Marriott at all or let me login to link it to my rewards number.
https://www.elma-hotel.com/

I'd prefer to use points for a room but I'd even be willing to possibly book a paid room if I at least earned points, status, etc.  Has anybody encountered this kind of thing either here?  Are they separating from the chain or getting around Marriott rules?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1429 on: March 17, 2019, 08:51:07 AM »
If staying the King Salmon Hotel and a private room for shalosh seudos for around 30 people, does anyone know if they would have such a room available to rent? What about bringing in own my food?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1430 on: March 17, 2019, 09:29:19 AM »
If staying the King Salmon Hotel and a private room for shalosh seudos for around 30 people, does anyone know if they would have such a room available to rent? What about bringing in own my food?
try talking to the hotel to receive updated info?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1431 on: March 18, 2019, 05:40:31 PM »
If staying the King Salmon Hotel and a private room for shalosh seudos for around 30 people, does anyone know if they would have such a room available to rent? What about bringing in own my food?
This place?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1432 on: March 18, 2019, 06:51:03 PM »
If staying the King Salmon Hotel and a private room for shalosh seudos for around 30 people, does anyone know if they would have such a room available to rent? What about bringing in own my food?
King Solomon Jerusalem?
They have a room off the dining room for about 30 people.
And a hall that can be split in 2.

 Dont know about bringing your own food though.
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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1433 on: April 01, 2019, 09:41:57 PM »
Assuming they are the same price (both reasonable), which hotel would be better: Herbert Samuel or The Orient?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1434 on: April 01, 2019, 09:42:48 PM »
Assuming they are the same price (both reasonable), which hotel would be better: Herbert Samuel or The Orient?
The Orient is a league above.
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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1435 on: April 01, 2019, 10:12:25 PM »
The Orient is a league above.

Thanks!  That's what I thought but just wanted to double check.  Just booked for $276 a night for next Purim (yes, I know I'm a nut but it never hurts to book a refundable hotel, it has a $25 cancellation fee but I'm willing to chance that for this rate).  :)

Also, just FYI, I found this rate on Hotels.com (went there because I had some free nights to burn).  The Orient site itself is showing no rooms so if anyone else wants, they have on Hotels.com

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1436 on: April 14, 2019, 09:02:44 PM »
Is there a list anywhere of which Hotels in Israel (and specifically Jerusalem) have Kosher food options?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1437 on: April 16, 2019, 04:01:37 AM »
Is there a list anywhere of which Hotels in Israel (and specifically Jerusalem) have Kosher food options?

Most have a hechsher, but you'll want to call the hotel to get updated information, as they can frequently change.

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1438 on: April 16, 2019, 04:58:09 AM »
Is the crowne plaza in Jerusalem and Eilat still going through renovations?  Do you know when they will be done?