The C-Hotels hotel chain is launching this month a new and luxurious boutique hotel and spa for adults only, with high standards of hospitality, against the backdrop of the magical view of the Jerusalem mountains.

The hotel was designed inspired by a happy and colorful concept, and a relaxed atmosphere that finds expression in the furniture and art details woven throughout the hotel. In the design of the hotel, unique art details of Israeli artists were incorporated, among them: Tzachi Nevo – the chief designer of Umasqu, the painter Shira Peled Harel and more.

The architectural design of the hotel was entrusted to the architect Arie Devilansky, and the branding and design of the hotel to the designer Chaya Barak.

The hotel spans three floors and has 60 luxurious and particularly spacious rooms divided into four types of rooms.

The hotel restaurant has a menu that changes throughout the day, based on local produce and dairy style. Breakfast combines a rich buffet and served dishes, when towards noon the restaurant changes its face and becomes a lounge. Accommodation at Almond includes free entry to the lounge where wine, drinks and light refreshments are served.

The hotel also offers a spa: Almond Spa, a luxury spa with 9 treatment rooms, sauna, hammam, ice shower and a variety of unique treatments.

And the icing on the cake – on the roof of the hotel, the Rooftop pool, overlooking the magnificent view of the Jerusalem mountains.

The new Almond Hotel in the C-Hotels chain joins the chain’s two flagship hotels, the Hacienda Estate in the forest in the heights of the Western Galilee and the Neve Ilan Hotel, on the road between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, hotels that lead in a pastoral Israeli atmosphere.