The Naksh Group announced that on August 4th, they will complete the opening of all its owned and managed hotels, which were closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, will be completed. The prestigious Setai Tel Aviv Hotel, the Herbert Samuel Opera Tel Aviv Hotel, the new Herbert Tel Aviv Boutique Hotel and the Herbert Samuel Hotel in Jerusalem. These hotels will be joined by hotels that have already reopened – the prestigious Setai Kinneret Hotel, Herbert Samuel House in the Galilee, Herbert Samuel Ocean Herzliya, Herbert Samuel Milos Dead Sea, Herbert Samuel Reef Eilat, Herbert Samuel Royal Shangri-La and Orchid Hotels in Eilat and Tel Aviv. Accommodation rates for a couple, in hotels that will open in early August, based on bed and breakfast will be: Herbert Samuel Opera Tel Aviv and Herbert Tel Aviv hotels – from 650 ILS, Herbert Samuel Jerusalem Hotel – from 1,000 ILS, and the Setai Tel Aviv Hotel from – 1,500 ILS.
The Fattal Hotel chain, which also closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, continues to open hotels, which will be added to the list of the Fattal hotels that have already been opened, across the country. The Leonardo Plaza Hotel Ashdod will open with Herods Herzliya, Leonardo Plaza Haifa, Leonardo Club Tiberias and Leonardo Beer Sheva on July 2nd. These hotels will join the hotels that have already reopened: Leonardo Plaza Eilat, Herods Dead Sea, Leonardo Plaza Jerusalem, Leonardo Plaza Tiberias, U Boutique Kinneret, Herods Tel Aviv, Herods Eilat, Hugh Coral Beach (Ultra All Inclusive), Leonardo Club Dead Sea, Rothschild 22 , Leonardo Club Eilat, U Magic Palace Eilat, Leonardo Privilege Eilat, Leonardo Royal Resort Eilat. As part of the return to routine, the Fattal Hotels chain offers a variety of options for an overall vacation experience: summer shows, attractive content packages and convenient payment terms.
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