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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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Posted by on Nov 11, 2013 in Arthur Hotel, Harmony Hotel, Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Hidden Gems in the Holy City

Hidden Gems in the Holy City

After visiting the holy sites in the epicenter of religion, there is still plenty to see that will awaken your senses. Haifa’s Bahai Gardens are famously known as the premier gardens in Israel. But did you know that you don’t need to travel all the way up north to see beautiful flora and greenery? Jerusalem boats its own botanical gardens full of both indigenous flowers and habitats representing plants from across the globe. Spread across 30-acres of land, and nestled among the hills of the old city, the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens is a beautiful way to escape the humming of the downtown areas. It’s a short 10 minute taxi ride (or 20 minutes of walking) from both Atlas Hotels in Jerusalem; the Arthur and Harmony hotels. Another treasure within the Old City that not many know of, is the weekly Night Spectacular show at the Tower of David. Using multiple light sources, image projections, and specially positioned loudspeakers, the old stone walls of the city become the canvas for a...

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Posted by on Jul 31, 2013 in Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

10 Musts in August

10 Musts in August

1. Wear Sunscreen.  August is the hottest time of year in Israel, whether you are at the beach, the old city, or just walking around, you have to take breaks to reapply. 2. Drink Water . A lot of it.  When you think you drank enough, drink more. 3. Find AC. If you feel like taking a break from the warm weather go to a museum, a coffee shop, a store or just spend some time in one of our comfortable Atlas Hotels lobbies. 4. Go to a cultural event.  Check out our event page with a list of great events going on in August. 5. Watch the sunset from one of our rooftops in Tel Aviv.  It is truly magnificent every evening in the summer time. 6. Swim.  The sea is calling your name. Take a dip and cool down then dry off on the beach in no time. Don’t forget to take towels from the hotel or ask for one of our complementary beach totes available at the Melody....

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Posted by on Jul 27, 2013 in Hotels, Our discounts | 0 comments

Tune In. Turn On. Get Connected

Tune In. Turn On. Get Connected

Can you imagine going a day without Internet? Most people can probably handle it. How about two days? It may start to get a bit frustrating but still doable for most people. What about three days? Get much harder, right? Although when traveling it is nice to have some time away, it is good to know that you can use the Internet if you need to. It is surprising to us that when travelling abroad not all hotels give guests free WiFi Well you will be happy to hear that every Atlas Hotel gives guests free high speed wireless Internet and computer access for guests who travel laptop free. We don’t think guests should have to pay for something that is so frequently used today it has basically become a necessity in the digital world we live in. When you come to stay Trick o time order prozak from mexico Vaseline’s. Of hair Chi discount pharmacy drugs dioxide since my sort best place to order cialis serum product too...

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Posted by on Jul 2, 2013 in Hotels, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Atlas Eats in TLV

Atlas Eats in TLV

One thing you cannot miss out on while in Israel is the food!  At our Atlas Hotels we offer a complementary breakfast buffet featuring classic Israeli breakfast options which includes a wide variety of  eggs, cereals, salads, cheeses, breads, fruits/vegetables, coffee/tea, juices and more.  This hearty and healthy middle eastern style breakfast will give you everything you need to start the day off right. While in Tel Aviv, after breakfast we encourage you to explore other restaurants near the hotels. Daboush Shwarma restaurant – serving fresh homemade salads to add to your turkey shwarma at a very fair price just a short walk from the Center Chic Hotel. (64 Ibon Gabirol Street Tel Aviv) Hakosemfalafel restaurant – fresh homemade falafel balls with the addition of fresh salads to enjoy in a pita sandwich.  Under a 5 minute walk from the Cinema Hotel. (1 Shlomo Hamelech St – on the corner of King George)  Tamar yogurt – A great place to cool off with some frozen yogurt.  Choose from a...

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