We just returned form three days in that hotel. Fully satisfied. Staff does their best to respond to guests, as soon as they can. It is clean, pleasant, and 150 meters form the beach to what feels like a private beach. The food was disappointing. Breakfast is exactly the same every morning, and the one dinner we ate was not great.
We were in the spa part of the hotel. The rooms are big and modern you can go to 3 different swimming pools (one is heated). Breakfast was amazing. The stuff of the hotel is willing to fulfill every request. The hotel is full off greenery and trees all over.
The hotel is small and has 2 buildings: main building and smaller “Spa building”, where children are not allowed. We took a room in the “Spa building”. Very expensive. In this building rooms with a balcony are on the first floor and without - on the second (no elevator). We took a room on the 2nd floor. The room is nice with big double bed (huge pillows are useless, you left with small ones, one per person - not enough). TV, Nespresso machine (2 capsules per day), the kettle, tea and coffee bags, fridge. Bath room is spacious. The spa is nice, but don’t expect Dead Sea - style spa. It is more modest. There are 2 small heated pools. Near the main building there is a bigger pool, children allowed, we didn’t go there. Massage was really good, highly professional. We used “tea room” a lot. High variety of teas was excellent. The restaurant, probably since corona waves, is not buffet, but fixed menu. We took half-pension (breakfast and dinner), as we are unable to eat three big meals a day. I liked mostly breakfast, because of the good variety of cheese, Roquefort was incredible. Crepe was nice as well. On dinner beside a plate of good salads (and pâté de foie one of days) one day for a main course there were 3 types of meat. Another day 2 types of meat and a fish. You can’t vary it, only probably if you are a vegetarian - need to verify this. Main course is ok not more than this. The sea is 4 min walk. There is no dedicated beach for a hotel. We didn’t swim - it was too cold for us (21 degree Celsius). But went along the sea for a walk to the north to the excellent Nahariya sea front. …
We came for a short mid week holiday. For the price of a five star ‘boutique’ hotel, we got the atmosphere and cleanliness of a two-star. The lobby has a horrible smell of mold, the windows were not cleaned properly, the rooms were small, the pool was clean but small and when we went out to swim, there was a horrible smell of barbecue. The food was adequate but nothing really special for that kind of price. And they charge an extra 90 shekels per person just to enter a sauna! Way overpriced and not up to scratch. Needs a thorough makeover! Next time we’ll opt for a good air b&b in the area.
A pampering, pastoral, quiet spa hotel. The food is great! Authentic, special, clean, beautifully served, courteous and smiling waiters. A variety of room types, there is a hotel, there are spa hotel rooms and there are family villas. We were in a spa hotel, a room reminiscent of a B&B. The level of maintenance and cleanliness of the room is not high: the floor is not properly blackened, the balcony door handle is broken, the doors and other fittings are a little rusty. The pool is old too. The view is excellent, also suitable for a business conference.