Description:This kosher hotel is located near the laguna, walkng distance from Eilat's beaches and promenade. There is an outside swimming pool, close mini-market and nighly live performances in the lobby. All the suites and rooms are air-conditioned.... [more]
Hechsher from: Eilat Rabbinate Kashrut level: kosher and Glatt kosher (special orders, for an additional fee)
Number of rooms / apartments: N/A Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 1 (in the hotel, 1st floor) Kosher restaurant: 1 (in the hotel)
The Crowne Plaza hotel is located on the Elat's promenade, close to the beaches, restaurants and shopping centres. Activities, games, movies and workshops for children are offered at the hotel's Freckles Club.
Meal vouchers can be received for Shabbat meals. There are Shabbat timers in the hotel rooms, Shabbat elevator and Shabbat keys.
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