Description:Family oriented hotel which offers you a vacation in pleasant atmosphere. The hotel is located in downtown Eilat, about 15-20 minutes walk from the sandy beaches and the shopping mall. Shabbat keys are available for the guests.... [more]
Hechsher from: Rabbinate of Eilat Kashrut level: regular
Number of rooms / apartments: 480 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 1 (in the hotel) Kosher restaurant: 1 (in the hotel (The Buffalo Steak House, Yakimono for example))
The Hilton hotel in Eilat is a very luxurious hotel with a special design (biblical palace of the Queen of Sheba). It has a number of kosher restaurants, a shopping mall, private beach, swimming pool, spa, childrens club and health club. The rooms have a breathtaking views of either the Red Sea, the mountains or the lagoon. Perfectly located on the promenade, very central. There is a spacious synagogue in the hotel.
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