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Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Arthur Hotel, Artlpus Hotel, Bay Club Hotel, Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Harmony Hotel, Hotels, Market House, Melody Hotel, Nova Like Hotel, Sadot Hotel, Shalom & Relax Hotel, Tal Hotel | 0 comments

Save with Atlas Hotels

Save with Atlas Hotels

  We reward loyalty at Atlas Hotels and that is why when you book 7 consecutive nights or more directly through our website at one of our hotels you receive a discount off the regular price. Please note that when you go to book 7 consecutive nights or more the discount prices are automatically displayed for you. Whether you are looking for a Tel Aviv Hotel (Artplus, Center Chic, Cinema, Melody, Shalom and Market) a Haifa Hotel, a Jerusalem Hotel (Arthur and Harmony), an Israel Airport Hotel or an Eilat Hotel, we have locations all across the country to fit your needs. We look forward to welcoming you to one of our many awarding winning boutique...

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Posted by on Nov 23, 2014 in Artlpus Hotel, Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Hotels, Market House, Melody Hotel, Shalom & Relax Hotel, Tel Aviv, Israel | 0 comments

Tel Aviv Gay winter festival

Tel Aviv Gay winter festival

   From 24th December 2014 to 7th January 2015 Tel Aviv’s gay community will be celebrating the Tel Aviv Gay Winter Festival! The festival will be a dynamic mix of street parties, events, fun in the sun on Tel Aviv’s Gay Beach.  Plus when you’re not busy partying take advantage of the opportunity to visit all the attractions that the country has to offer. The festival is based at the Tel Aviv Gay Center for more information click here. We at Atlas Hotels Israel have many gay friendly boutique hotels right by the festival activities, including Center Chic Tel Aviv Hotel and Cinema Hotel right by the Gay Center.  Melody Hotel Tel Aviv and Shalom & Relax Hotel right by the gay beach.  And Artplus Hotel directly in the center of it all. We hope to see you at one of our boutique hotels this December to celebrate the Holidays with us in Tel...

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Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Hotels, Market House, Melody Hotel, Shalom & Relax Hotel, Tal Hotel | 0 comments

Tel Aviv a top global food capital

Tel Aviv a top global food capital

  SAVEUR Magazine, the Prestigious U.S. gourmet magazine ranks Tel Aviv-Jaffa, the city that never stops, among the world’s most serious culinary destinations.  It is ranked as “outstanding” in the category of Best Culinary Destination, Small International (population of up to 800,000). Tel Aviv was also rated “Outstanding” in the category for Best Markets and Shops, International, where it appeared alongside culinary powerhouses Paris and Barcelona. While staying at one of our many Tel Aviv Jaffa Hotels (Melody, Shalom & Relax, Market House, Artplus, Tal, Cinema, Center Chic) make sure you visit as many of  the 4,536 eateries and three large food markets currently operating in Tel Aviv....

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Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Artlpus Hotel, Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Hotels, Melody Hotel, Our discounts, Sadot Hotel, Shalom & Relax Hotel, Tal Hotel | 0 comments

FREE Taxi to the Airport!

FREE Taxi to the Airport!

  We know going home from a vacation is always a hassle, so we’re bringing back our FREE taxi service to make things easier for you! Providing guests with the most enjoyable experience is what the Atlas Israel Hotels family is all about. We aim to make your journey as comfortable as possible even after you leave us. Book a minimum of 3 consecutive nights through our website to receive a complimentary taxi service to the airport on the day of your departure. This offer is valid to guests staying at the ArtPlus Tel Aviv Hotel, Center Chic Tel Aviv Hotel, Cinema Hotel Tel Aviv, Tal Hotel, Melody Hotel Tel Aviv, Shalom Hotel & Relax, or  and is valid between June 25th, 2014 to October 18th...

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Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel | 0 comments

A Front Row Seat to the Center of the City

A Front Row Seat to the Center of the City

Just past the bustling intersection of Dizengoff and King George Streets, the road dips below the famous Dizengoff Square fountain. Established in 1934, the first fountain was the focal point within a garden in the middle of a rotary, and was one of the most popular landmarks of Tel Aviv’s historic “White City.” Officially named “Zina Dizengoff Square” as a tribute to the wife of Tel Aviv’s first Mayor, Meir Dizengoff, the area is still home to admiring locals and tourists alike. Renovated, redesigned, and reopened in 1983, the fountain was elevated above street level to accommodate the growing traffic in the area. Yaakov Agam was the designer behind the project and named his new fountain “Fire and Water.” The Cinema and Center Chic Atlas hotels have one of the best views in all of Tel Aviv of the colorful fountain. A bird’s eye view from the hotels’ rooftops provide guests with a front row seat to the hourly show during the evening hours. Vivid colors spin as water dances from...

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Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in Center Chic Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Hotels, Nova Like Hotel | 0 comments

Favorites of the Israeli Winter

Favorites of the Israeli Winter

The beaches may not be buzzing, but there’s still plenty to explore this winter season while in Israel. Here are Atlas Hotels‘ recommendations for top activities in Israeli winters: 1) The Hanukkah season: The streets are lined with warm, gooey sufganiyot and, glistening menorot, and bright colors. Walking through the old city of Jerusalem at night is remarkable. Menorot brighten the streets and create a warm glow throughout the city. Each year in Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv, the city hosts a giant chanukiyah lighting ceremony. Cinema and Center Chic hotel guests have a front row seat to this epic party in the city’s center. Shalom Hotel & Relax, Melody, and ArtPlus guests aren’t too far either!   2) Sylvester: New Year’s in Israel is unlike other traditions. This secular holiday celebrates winter with a large feast between family and friends. Although Israel has its own new year’s (Rosh Hashana), this holiday is linked to the Gregorian calendar and gives people another reason to come together and celebrate the...

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