Hotels & Resorts in Israel
Israel provides a unique combination of ancient history and modern lifestyle.
Tel Aviv is Israel's business, shopping, cultural, and entertainment capital - where Jaffa's Old
Israel is also home to more than 50 nature preserves, and many spas which have been internationally renowned for over 2,000 years, thanks to their soothing hot springs and use of curative Dead Sea water.
Fun Fact: The White City section of Tel Aviv was built during the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, when designers decided that the Bauhaus style would be adopted for buildings here. Now the biggest display of Bauhaus architecture in the world, Tel Aviv was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003.
Traveler Tip: In Israel, practically every form of Western currency is accepted, especially American dollars. However, most purchases of less than $20 will need to be made with Israeli shekels.