Caesar Premier Tiberias is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Tiberias, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Nearby landmarks such as Tomb of Maimonides (0.4 mi) and Tomb of Rabbi Meir (1.6 mi) make Caesar Resort Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Tiberias.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at Caesar Resort Hotel. In addition, Caesar Resort Hotel offers a pool and a poolside bar, which will help make your Tiberias trip additionally gratifying.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out The Pagoda and Sin Chan, which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Sea of Galilee (0.0 mi), Tiberias Hot Springs - Hamei Tveria (0.8 mi), and Tiberias (0.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Tiberias!
We stayed here one night in order to go Jordan river rafting at the very busy Israeli travel season, and during Covid. I paid 400$ thinking I was getting the nicest hotel. It was far too busy and crowded. The pool was so crowded we could not enter, and is small. The indoor salt pool only 16+ allowed in and also the gym. The spa massage was the worse I have ever received although the reception staff were so kind to find me a slot on a busy day. The area of the boardwalk is quite dingy, the hotel is quite old, but clean. I suggest camping or finding a boutique hotel or Zimmer to enjoy the natural beauty of the north. For beach holidays go to herzalia or Eilat.
The Caesar Premier is the place to be. The food is delicious, the service is excellent and there are 2 lovely pools--and they are open. You cannot, however, come here without visiting the spa. The masseusesare absolutely amazing-.especially Edna
The hotel location was great: close to the water and the vendors/shops/restaurants that line the waterfront and tourist area. The hotel food was good; everyone could find something they wanted on the buffet. Our room was on the small side with one strange piece of furniture that took up a lot of space but offered absolutely NO help in storing your clothing! It was about 48 inches long and 15 inches wide...with NO drawer or cabinet space?? Bazaar! Also the rooms were all marked NO SMOKING on floor 4 but you would return to your room to find windows open and the whole floor reeking of cigarette smell. Obviously the cleaning staff smoked in your room?! (One couple in our group had severe asthma and were forced to move out of their room after the first room clean. )
Our ETS tour included a 2 night stay here. It’s a large hotel, within walking distance of shops and the Sea of Galilee. Our room was comfortable, with a balcony and partial view of the water. The meal service was efficient with plenty of choices at the buffet-style breakfast and dinner. Pack a bathing suit - one real plus was the hotel spa and indoor thermo-mineral pool. After walking and touring all day, it was an unexpected delight!
We stayed here with a tour group. We were here in February and it was a little warm so I tried to turn on the air conditioning in the room. No go, air conditioning isn’t available until later in the spring. As a result, we left our balcony door open to cool off the room. Speaking of which, the room could have used a bit more attention. The bathroom wasn’t really dirty, but it didn’t feel clean. I think the decision of hotel management to paint over a rusted area behind the door probably contributed to the negative impression. The food was okay, but we had much better eating our lunches out and at the other hotels we stayed at on the tour. The food, which was definitely kosher, just didn’t appeal to me and I love hummus, salads, fruits and various sauces. I often had to get my own coffee as service was a bit inattentive. I think this hotel “lives off” travel groups and they know most of us are “single use guests,” so I don’t think they are overly attentive to tour guests. But, on the plus side, the hotel is located directly on the Sea of Galilee and our room looked out over the harbor. It is close to all of the places that a visitor would want to visit and the beds were comfortable. But, if I returned I would be happy if we stayed at a different hotel.…