The location is wonderful (doesn't get any better!) and the hotel itself is well kept and clean. Of all the places I've stayed in Israel, the staff here was the friendliest and most helpful. No trouble parking, breakfast at the hotel was fantastic and the area has many restaurant choices. I would absolutely recommend the Colony Hotel.
Kim from Boston
This spa hotel is located in Haifa (German Colony), close to Haifa Museum of Art, Chagall Artists House, and Bahai Gardens …More
Charming place in the heart of rural Israel! Decor was on par with five star hotels throughout the world. Clean and comfortable with pleasant staff. Complimentary wine and homemade cookies! what more could you ask for?
Situated in Ne'ot Golan, this guesthouse is in the same area as The White Waterfall, Ein Gev Beach, and Tel Hadar Historic …More
This was an AWESOME experience. We spent two nights here as part of a weeklong tour of Israel. We visited Haifa, Akko, and Rosh Hanikra from this hotel. The staff is extremely helpful. We arrived later than the check-in time on a Saturday, but the staff had already prepared for our arrival so all it took was a phone call to get us settled. We also ordered two rooms because we were a large party - the rooms were awesomely arranged. The breakfast was fabulous.
bass22lsu from Jerusalem, IL
Within easy reach of Ghetto Fighter's House and Mansion of Bahji, this Shavei Zion villa is nestled on its own private beach …More
We stayed in O-live Briza Bakfar over Shabbat and we had a very pleasant and peaceful experience there. After driving from Eilat via Jerusalem to the Galilee, it was great to switch off and relax for two days. The views from Ramot is excellent and the staff (especially Kinneret) was very helpful.
Andre from Cape Town, South Africa
Situated by the sea, this hotel is close to Tel Hadar Historic Site. Area attractions also include Ein Gev Beach and The …More
"Nice hotel with excellent view of Jezreel Valley"
Good clean room. Breakfast included and food was good. I stayed out late touring and never ate dinner at the hotel. Getting to the hotel could be difficult due to construction nearby. Large pool, excellent view from room, wireless internet, and ample parking with security. There were a many large tour groups at the hotel, I was touring solo, large groups didn't provide an access problem at breakfast.
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is close to Mount of Precipice, Ilut Stadium, and Nazareth Village. Also …More
This is a wonderful resort -- especially the spacious chalets with private patios with views of the lake, private saunas in the bathrooms, and jacuzzi tubs in the bedroom/living room. The grounds are beautiful (for Americans they will remind you of Palm Springs resorts with palm trees, etc.) and have great views. The atmosphere is extremely tranquil but all of the tourist sites are a short drive away. This is defintely the place to stay at the Galilee.
John from Los Angeles, CA
Situated by the sea, this hotel is close to Tel Hadar Historic Site. Area attractions also include Capernaum and Ein Gev Beach.More
Arrival was a little confusing, since it is not clear where to park. (You have to pull up to the gate and buzz reception.) Parking can be very tight, but the staff will assist in squeezing you into a space.
The front desk's clerk could not have been more friendly, and he spoke perfect English. He gave us all the details about the hotel from memory -- opening times and locations for the restaurant, spa, etc.
The room, though acceptable, was showing signs of age. Indeed, the room's hotel services directory heralded the upcoming arrival of their new spa...coming in 2008! Needless to say, these pages were not in good condition, and it's high time this book was updated. Wifi in the room was awful, and was so slow (or even nonexistent at times), such that I found it usable.
Bar prices were knock-your-socks-off expensive. The hotel boasts a wide selection of different types of scotch, but we didn't think it was worth the money. There are plenty of more reasonably priced bars in proximity.
Breakfast was the best we had in Israel. The buffet offered fresh-brewed coffee, an egg station, and a wide selection of pastries, breads, and meats.
Tiberias was packed. And yet, despite all the noise, gridlock, and general hustle and bustle, the hotel provided a peaceful sanctuary while still being within easy walking distance of all the action. I would return.
Rock from Washington DC
Situated in Tiberias, this spa hotel is close to Saint Peter's Church and Hamat Tiberias National Park. Area attractions also …More