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Posted by on Dec 26, 2013 in Hotels, News & Info | 0 comments

From Port to Port with Atlas Hotels

From Port to Port with Atlas Hotels

We at Atlas Hotels are continuously expanding by opening new and innovative hotels across the country. It is always our goal to provide guests with new and unique hospitality experiences and we are excited to announce our 2 new hotels that will be opening in 2014 (Yam & Market House). As we look forward to 2014 we want to wish all of our guests Happy Holidays and a Happy New year! We look forward to welcoming you all back in...

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Posted by on Dec 12, 2013 in Bay Club Hotel, Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Skiing in Israel? Why Not?

Skiing in Israel? Why Not?

Skiing may not be the first thought to come to mind when thinking of Israel, but we at Atlas Hotels want to let you know that Mount Hermon is as much a part of northern Israeli culture as the Mediterranean beach is to Tel Avivians. Visiting Israel during the winter is a unique experience. In a country where colder days are not the norm, many locals welcome the change in climate (December-February) and flock to the north to enjoy the more brisk temperatures. Haifa is one of the most lively cities in the north and a must see for all visitors to Israel. For those looking to experience all of Isarel, we recommend making a stop in Haifa for a night or two at our wonderful Bay Club boutique before venturing further north to Mount Hermon. Many guests go for just the day as the mountain is only 1 hour and half away. With the tallest peak in the country at nearly 2,000 meters above sea level, and with...

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Posted by on Dec 8, 2013 in Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Beers, Bands, and ‘Basar’

Beers, Bands, and ‘Basar’

  Tel Aviv is known as the most lively city in the Middle East, and host to a plethora of bars and restaurants. Unlike major cities like New York and Miami, Tel Aviv is compact and easily manageable. All our Tel Aviv hotels (Tal, Shalom & Relax, Melody, Cinema, Center Chic, ArtPlus) are in different ares of the center making it so accessible to all that city has to offer. Here are some of our favorite places we recommend to eat, drink, and hang out: Radio–An underground club in central Tel Aviv, Radio has been called a sanctuary for the music lover. Live performances by indie bands and guest DJs create the “indietronica” vibe this place is known for. Located at 7 Shadal Street, Radio epitomizes the eclectic feel of Tel Aviv. Nanuchka–This Georgian restaurant at 30 Lilenblum Street has such a fun atmosphere! It’s not out of the ordinary to see someone (or find yourself) dancing on the bar. Nanuchka is not your typical Tel Aviv bar in...

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