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Royal Beach hotel - Tel aviv was opened today, thanks to an investment of a half of a billion Shekels

The hotel will be managed by the Isrotel Hotel Chain owned by Electra Real Estate and Oranim Projects




By Rina Rosenberg


Tel Aviv’s Royal Beach Hotel, which will be managed by the Isrotel Hotel Chain, was opened today.  The hotel is owned by Electra Real Estate and Oranim Projects and was built with an investment of a half of a billion shekels.


The hotel, built on the Herbert Samuel boardwalk, near 19 Hayarkon Street, features 230 rooms and suites, with prices starting at NIS 1,780 per night (weekdays and weekends).  The hotel is 23 stories high and offers rooms ranging from 28-95 square meters, most with a sea view.


The hotel features a kosher gourmet restaurant overlooking the sea, a bar, swimming pool overlooking the sea, a ‘Carmel Forest’ spa, fitness club, 2-story business lounge and two event halls.


The hotel also features a VIP complex that operates as a hotel within a hotel, and is situated on the 6th and 7th floors.  This complex includes 18 VIP rooms and suites, including 2 presidential suites, each of which is 95 square meters in size.  Each floor in the VIP complex operates as an independent unit within the hotel and provides an intimate environment for guests who are looking for complete isolation and privacy during their vacation.


“I believe that the new hotel will become one of Tel Aviv’s leading hotels.  I have no doubt that from the moment it opens, the Royal Beach Hotel will be known for its quality, excellence and prestige,” said Lior Raviv, CEO Isrotel Hotels.


The Tel Aviv Royal Beach Hotel is a part of the Isrotel Exclusive Collection along with the Royal Beach Hotel in Eilat, the Carmel Forest Spa Resort Hotel and the Beresheet Hotel in Mitzpeh Ramon.


In addition to the Royal Beach Hotel in Tel Aviv, the Cramim Spa Hotel will also join Isrotel’s exclusive collection in 2013.  The hotel will be situated in Kiryat Anavim, near Jerusalem and will be opened in June 2013.



Photography:  Eitan Vitkun, Royal Beach