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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 Astoria Jerusalem
Hilton Tel Aviv

Hyatt
Norman Tel Aviv
Dan Jerusalem
The American Colony Hotel Jerusalem

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1940 on: August 24, 2022, 12:38:48 AM »
Looking for a very basic eilat hotel for next week.

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1941 on: August 24, 2022, 12:41:24 AM »
I have a Citi $100 hotel credit to use off $500 booking.

Herbert Samuel is $286 a night I'll just book 2 there I guess.

Well last visit, my rate included breakfast which was solid, curious if anyone thinks it's worth paying more for?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1942 on: August 24, 2022, 01:57:58 AM »
Looking for a very basic eilat hotel for next week.
back in the day we would call up and get a small suite at the club hotel cheap for 5 people, like $100 USD. its a 3 star but lots of pools (usually easy to find an empty one) and jacuzzis plus other things to do (at least 20 years ago...)

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1943 on: August 27, 2022, 08:39:30 PM »
What's a good IHG free night award redemption in Israel?

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1944 on: August 28, 2022, 08:57:55 PM »
What's a good IHG free night award redemption in Israel?
Depends how much but Intercontinental in Tel Aviv is nice

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Re: Israel Hotels Master Thread
« Reply #1945 on: September 21, 2022, 04:56:31 AM »
Was anyone at the Setai in Tel Aviv recently? How was it?


I just came back from a one night stay at the Setai Tel Aviv, through Amex FHR.
Booked a Deluxe Room City View (base room + 1) and was upgraded to Executive Suite Sea View (with access to the "business" lounge) which was great.

Location is amazing, on the edge of Old Yafo and the tip of southern Tel Aviv and the beach. Beautiful views all around, walking distance to lots of attractions, and tons of scooters parked right outside. There's also a lot of unadvertised free parking right by the hotel, so don't be enticed by their 80NIS a day parking garage...

We loved the fact that it was built over a historic building, and still retains some of the original architecture - although it does sometimes lead to some strange quirks in the layout of the hotel.

Service-wise we felt it to be a little less polished and refined vs. the Ritz Carlton Herzliya.
Food was good, and the breakfast spread was larger and more varied then at the Ritz Carlton, (although the baked good at the RC were definitely better)
Room service menu is the same as the dairy lobby bar menu (sans some sushi options), fairly limited.
Infinity pool is nice, but pool was fairly busy all day.

Feel free to reach out if you have any other questions.