Olive Aquaduct Hotel
A hotel located in Regba, the settlement facing Shavei Tzion, in the Western Galilee, the Aqueduct Hotel was so named because of the spectacularly beautiful Ottoman-period aqueduct nearby that conveyed water from Kibbutz Kabri to the city of Acre. On one side of the hotel, rooms overlook the Galilee mountain’s spectacular pastoral landscapes, while on the other, the hotel’s most pampering rooms and suites, which are located there, face the Mediterranean Sea and the fields of Moshav Shavei Tzion. The Aqueduct Hotel combines elements of history, landscape, nature and water.
There are 102 rooms in the hotel, which features a swimming pool in one of the Western Galilee’s most beautiful settings, synagogue and an events & conferences room - all to provides guests with an amazing holiday. A variety of suites is available for guests to select, some of which come with a private swimming pool, private Jacuzzi and spectacular views either facing the sea or towards rustic nature. The hotel has spared no trouble in choosing each and every detail for the well-being of guests, and for only one purpose: to transform your vacation into the holiday of your dreams!
For an additional fee, and when coordinated in advance, hotel guests are invited to enjoy the facilities of the nearby Sandrine Spa, which features a Hammam (Turkish bath); a number of Jacuzzi baths; sauna, and stream pool. Spa visitors are welcomed with champagne upon arrival, and a variety of alcoholic beverages and cocktails are also available free of charge. In addition, the spa grants Aqueduct Hotel guests substantial discounts.
The hotel takes pride in its wonderful kitchen, which prepares pampering breakfasts and addictive breads. If your soul cries out for an indulgent high-level holiday, quality food prepared with no labor spared and Western Galilee vistas, we will be pleased to host you at the Aqueduct Hotel and make sure you enjoy a vacation on the highest possible level!
The hotel provides
additional services for audiences that observe Jewish traditions: a
candle-lighting area; Shabbat clocks in guest rooms, and Sabbath door keys, all
free of charge.
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