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Mamilla Jerusalem Hotel

Mamilla Jerusalem Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Mamilla is one of the most gorgeous hotels in Jerusalem, with high-design decor that blends historic and modern, incorporating historic Jerusalem stone (similar to sandstone), sleek contemporary furniture, and occasional bold pops of color. It easily lives up to international five-star standards, and it has a convenient location in a revitalized neighborhood within walking distance of the Old City. Rooms have Jerusalem stone walls, wooden floors, flat-screen TVs and clean-lined furniture; big bathrooms have electronic glass walls (they go opaque with the touch of a button), soaking tubs, and walk-in showers. The hotel's features are extensive and impressive; the stylish rooftop restaurant and lounge is a highlight, as is the Akasha Wellbeing Center with a chic underground pool. The Cigar Lounge off of the trendy Mirror Bar is a hub for the city's famous politicians.
The King David Hotel Jerusalem

The King David Hotel Jerusalem Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The King David is one of Jerusalem's -- and indeed Israel's -- most famous hotels, drawing countless diplomats and celebrities since it opened in 1930. (Just take a look at the lobby floor, which is inlaid with the names of notable past guests.) The grounds are impressive, featuring a huge outdoor pool and a tennis court, a rarity for Israel. The lobby is usually bustling, and its high ceilings, marble floors, and bright geometric accents make a grand first impression. Rooms, however, may be a tad disappointing given the hotel's prestige; the decor in some is underwhelming and a little bland. Most are large, however, and some have wood floors, balconies, and Old City views. The hotel's rich history and high level of service make this a premier luxury option.
Dan Tel Aviv Hotel

Dan Tel Aviv Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Dan Tel Aviv is notable for its excellent location right across the street from the Mediterranean sea and near some of the city's best nightlife. It's a solid option in this part of the city and has been around for decades, but the level of luxury doesn't quite live up to the hotel's advertised five-star status. Rooms, though contemporary, are a bit underwhelming, and despite renovations, the hotel feels a bit older and a bit more corporate than might be expected for this caliber of property. Still, the amazing free breakfast (which the hotel is known for), the impressive roster of features (indoor and outdoor pools, gym, sauna, treatment rooms, sun deck...), and the ocean views from many of the common spaces are major draws.
Townhouse Tel Aviv

Townhouse Tel Aviv Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Townhouse is a stylish boutique hotel option in Tel Aviv's White City. The 19 rooms have white bedding, white walls, and black furniture contrasted against bold pops of color and lovely herringbone wooden floors, for a clean, streamlined look inspired by the neighborhood's rich architectural heritage. The common area, dubbed the Living Room, is where the excellent breakfast prepared by Bakery 29 is served, and free coffee, tea, and snacks are served throughout the day. There are no other features to speak of, though, but the trendy Alma Lounge is located right across the street.
Brown TLV Urban Hotel

Brown TLV Urban Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Brown TLV Urban Hotel is arguably Tel Aviv's trendiest hotel, and it easily lives up to international standards for a boutique luxury property. The decor throughout is retro-chic, and the clubby Living Room has plaid rocking chairs, dramatic bookshelves, and tufted leather sofas. The hotel draws plenty of locals to its popular rooftop, which features a big bar with great views, a massage hut, and even a hot tub. Another stylish bar, located off of the lobby, offers both indoor and outdoor seating as well as fancy cocktails. Handsome rooms have chocolate walls, plush bedding, and sleek black marble bathrooms with rainfall showerheads or whirlpool tubs, but they start at a tiny 110 square feet.
Alma Hotel & Lounge

Alma Hotel & Lounge Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Alma is one of Tel Aviv's best and most intimate boutique hotels, with just 15 rooms housed in a former apartment building dating to the 1920s. The style throughout is bohemian-chic, featuring rich hues and bold patterns, and the aging historic core of the building -- essentially a once-elegant apartment vestibule with original tiling and wrought iron stair railings -- has been deliberately preserved. Every room has a different name and style inspired by the building's past. Rooms come with an abundance of thoughtful extras, including welcome treats, espresso machines, and loaner iPads (upon request). Impressive bathrooms have jetted showers or soaking tubs and high-end Bulgari toiletries. The hotel is a local dining and drinking hot spot, but there are few other features aside from the on-site lounge.
The Scots Hotel

The Scots Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Scots Hotel is easily the nicest property in Tiberias -- which isn't to say it is exceptionally luxurious. It's a perfectly pleasant four-pearl hotel with gorgeous, lush three-tiered grounds overlooking the sea. The historic building dates to 1894, when a Scottish surgeon constructed it to be a hospital, and some of the rooms in the historic section of old stone walls. Rooms in the modern section are big and serviceable if a bit plain. The breakfast buffet and dinner buffets, however, are both excellent, and the Scottish-themed Ceilidh Bar serves 80 types of whiskey. Features include a gym, a spa, and a pool, though the pool has to be accessed by an elevated walkway over the road. Guests should also note that though the water views are spectacular, there is no direct access to the sea.

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