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Posted by on May 9, 2016 in Hotels, News & Info | 0 comments

The New and Improved Sadot Hotel

The New and Improved Sadot Hotel

Continuing with our practice of constant improvement for enhanced guest experience, we are pleased to announce the wonderful new additions to the Sadot Hotel, which is conveniently located close to Ben Gurion Airport.  Now with a total of 55 rooms and the addition of a new floor, the hotel offers new services and facilities that has much to offer a wide variety of guests. This slideshow requires JavaScript. Along with new rooms Sadot Hotel now includes a New Gym which is FREE for all guests, a modern meeting space perfect for lectures, seminars and business meetings that can accommodate up to 80 people. In addition Sadot has dining facilities that can be arranged for group dinners and of course we hope all guests enjoy our popular evening Happy Hour with free food and drinks along with our delicious buffet breakfast. The hotel is also pleased to be adding the service of a Free Airport Pickup to the already existing Free Transfer to the Airport service we offer (this service...

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Posted by on May 3, 2016 in Hotels, News & Info | 0 comments

Renewal Time is Here

Renewal Time is Here

It is a renewal time here at Atlas Hotel Group. In the next few months, we will proudly present the opening of two brand new hotels and the end of a massive renovation of Tal Hotel by the Beach, our oldest hotel. The latest additions to our hotel collection will each ensure our guests a fascinating and unique boutique hotel experience. Bezalel will be the new sibling to our two hotels in Jerusalem- Harmony and Arthur. Located in the heart of the city near the historic Bezalel Academy and steps from the famous Mahne Yehuda market, the 37-room hotel will be entirely dedicated to Israeli culture and design. Guests will be invited to a fascinating journey throughout the facets of Israeli design, experience the local culture and taste the flavors and aromas of the renowned market. Rothschild Boulevard, one of Tel-Aviv’s principal streets and tourist attractions, is the prime location for the brand new 65 Hotel.  The hotel is designed to celebrate the luxury spirit of the trendy historic...

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Posted by on May 8, 2014 in Hotels, News & Info, Our discounts, Save some bucks, Travel Tips | 0 comments

10% CashBack Deal

10% CashBack Deal

What sounds better? Another week of work while you count down the hours until Friday afternoon or a week and a half stay on the Mediterranean Sea soaking up the warm sun, and coming back home to a quiet, cozy room? It’s a no-brainer! And with Atlas Hotels’ exclusive Cash-Back deal, it’s just a click away. Now it’s even easier for you to save 10% when you book directly with Atlas.co.il . Book a combination of 7 nights or more at any of our hotels directly on atlas.co.il (at least 1 night in Haifa or Eilat must be included) and you will receive a 10% discount off the total cost of your stay. All you need to do is notify us after you book at reservations@atlashotels.co.il and we will confirm your 10% discount. We love it when guests extend their stay, so we are offering an additional special bonus. If you book 10 nights or more you will receive a FREE TAXI service to the airport from Tel Aviv on...

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Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Artlpus Hotel, News & Info | 0 comments

Room 210, “Humming”

Room 210, “Humming”

  Part of the “Room Service” project at Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv Room 2010 contains an art piece by Nir Adoni.  The crane hanging on the wall represents the changes that take place in the ‘City that never Sleeps’, where historical buildings are buried under publicity posters, and skyscrapers rise along the coastline at dizzying speed; construction additions and rusty air conditioners latch on to buildings which are not protected by preservation laws. The city becomes the arena of a hidden, endless battle between the ‘old’ and the ‘new’. The architectural jumble resulting from this merger of history and constant renewal, destruction and construction, serves as the inspiration for the artwork.    Nir Adoni (b. 1980), graduated with honors from the Department of Art and Education at HaMidrasha – Beit Berl College of Art in 2009. Since his graduation, Adoni received grants and awards from the Yehoshua Rabinowitz Foundation for the Arts, Mifal HaPais and the Arts Department of Tel Aviv...

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