Olive Safed Hotels

Olive Safed Hotels

Situated between Arlozorov St. and Artists’ Quarter St., in the heart of Safed’s OId City, stand three small boutique hotel compounds. Each is part of Olive Safed and is a short walk from the others. The first, Rosentalis, is located in an ancient stone building and features six charming rooms, each offering the type of privacy and serenity that makes for a perfect vacation. Art aficionados will enjoy the works of the late artist Moshe Rosentalis, on show throughout the hotel. This building hosts the reception desk and dining room for all three Olive Safed compounds.

Avney HaKhoshen, the second compound, is situated in an ancient caravanserai about 200 years old, which has been renovated and restored, while maintaining the sense of the original historical structure. This stone building is located in the Artists’ Quarter, and it blends seamlessly into its surroundings, with Safed’s enchanting Old City above it, its alleyways. ancient houses, markets, galleries and artists’ homes.

The three-story Avney HaKhoshen features seven rooms surrounding a covered central courtyard. The design of the rooms, a blend of the old and the new, was inspired by the breastplate worn by the High Priest when the Jewish temples stood in ancient times - a piece of jewelry of multiple significances, says the Kabbala (an ancient Jewish mystical text).Each room bears the name of one of the breastplate gems.

The third compound, the Pelakh HaRimon Hotel, is situated at 55 Arlozorov St., a charming mountain-slope location with mesmerizing views of the Upper Galilee. Mt. Meron and the rooftops of Safed too. Pelakh HaRimon offers four pampering, spacious, 60m2 suites, each designed with its own characteristic hue, with the color-coordinated wallpaper blending in with the soft sofas, decorative pillows, dining area and all the other elements. The suites are suitable for accommodating a couple with pampering pleasure, or a family with up to two children, with the youngsters bedded down on a convertible sofa in the living room.
Address: 16th Street, Artists' Colony, Safed
Hotel phone: 972-73-2040989 | phone number for orders: 972-4-9531153 | Email: oldcity@olivebb.com
Room types
Room types
Junior Suites -Pelakh HaRimon

Four suites designed in modern style: Date Suite - stripes; Olive Suite - light blue; Fig Suite - red; Vine Suite - green.

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Deluxe View - Rosenthalis

Located on the entrance floor, the room is suitable for accommodating a couple, or a family with up to two children. The room has been outfitted with a large panoramic window, for views of Mt. Meron and the Old City.

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Classic Garden - Rosenthalis

Located on the entrance floor, the room is suitable for accommodating a couple. It features access to a private stone-paved garden that has been outfitted with a small coffee table and two chairs.

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Classic Rooms - Rosenthalis

Three Classic rooms suitable for accommodating a couple, designed in a unique style and outfitted with a variety of Rosentalis’ works of art.

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Gallery - Avney HaHoshen

Two Khoshen Gallery rooms - Sapphire (Sapir) and Agate (Bareket) - on the entrance floor of the hotel. Designed in a unique style and suitable for accommodating a family.

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Classics - Avney HaHoshen

Three Classic Avney HaKhoshen rooms, have been designed in a unique style and are suitable for accommodating a couple. One of these rooms is located on each floor of the compound.

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Family Rooms - Avney HaHoshen

Two Family rooms, designed in a unique style that combines ancient and modern, suitable for accommodating a family with up to two children.

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Gallery - Rosenthalis

The Rosentalis Gallery, located on the entrance floor, is suitable for accommodating a couple, or a family with up to two children. The room features a gallery floor outfitted with two children’s beds.

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Hotel Facilities
Hotel Facilities

The Rosentalis Café, a joint facility of all three Olive Safed compounds, serves an abundant kosher dairy breakfast. In addition, guests are invited to take a seat over a cup of coffee and enjoy the colorful, vibrant artistic works of Moshe Rosentalis, who loved Safed and created his works in this city.

The hotel verandah is open to guests of all three Olive Safed hotels, to sit down and enjoy the magnificent Old City landscape.

Guests of the Avney HaKhoshen Hotel can enjoy the property’s inner courtyard, paved with ancient stones, like a real caravanserai. The courtyard is covered with a natural green pergola consisting of grape vines that transform the area into a place pleasant to sit in and soak up the ambience, even in summer. It is verdant and rich in foliage, with planters filled with refreshing flowers scattered about. Several stylish dining areas are scattered about.

An immense Jacuzzi Spa overlooking the breathtaking landscape of the city and hills stands on a stone patio in one of the corners of the compound’s covered patio. A wonderful place to relax, feel pampered, release muscles that might have tightened while wandering among the alleys and steps of the Old City, watch the sun setting over Safed and the Galilee and experience the splendor and uniqueness of a city that became home to the kabbalists (Jewish mystics), the Jacuzzi Spa can accommodate up to eight guests at a time and is open to all Avney HaKhoshen guests.

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What's around you
What's around you
Galilee Jewish Heritage - Safed & Vicinity
Galilee Jewish Heritage - Safed & Vicinity

Jewish heritage; panorama; hiking on foot

Galilee Jewish Heritage - Peki’in Synagogue
Galilee Jewish Heritage - Peki’in Synagogue

living testimony to the existence of very early Jewish settlement in Peki’in, from the time of the Second Temple.

Romance in the Upper Galilee - Center - Mt.  HaAri
Romance in the Upper Galilee - Center - Mt. HaAri

The blue of sea & sky

Galilee Jewish Heritage - Baram Synagogue
Galilee Jewish Heritage - Baram Synagogue

Synagogue from the Kingdom of Israel period

Christian sites around the Sea of Galilee
Christian sites around the Sea of Galilee

Following the life of Jesus - his adult life and the spread of Christianity

Guests tell
Guests tell