Mitzpe Hayamim reopens after $23m restoration

Israel: One of Israel’s largest groups, Isrotel, has announced the reopening of one of its largest properties.

Mitzpe Hayamim has been added to the brand’s collection of five-star hotels, after a $23m restoration.

This mark’s the exclusive collection’s seventh total property, and the first of ten of Isrotel’s future openings.

The 115-key property is surrounded by lush greenery and overlooking the sea of galilee. In addition to these views, the hotel offers pool and spa facilities, as well as unique restaurants.

Led by chef Erez Komarovsky, a consultant specializing in Galilean fare, leads both a dairy themed restaurant, which is kosher certified, as well as a grill restaurant. Both are kosher certified and focus on farm-to-table cuisine.

The hotel’s design was led by London firm ARA in collaboration with architects Yehuda and Yoel Feigin. The hotel blends spaces dedicated for rest and relaxation with natural colours to blend in with the surroundings.

Lior Raviv, CEO of Isrotel Hotels, said: “As our first property in the Galilee, Mitzpe Hayamim will be the north star for our Exclusive Collection of luxury offerings across Israel. The property has awe-inspired visitors for years, but its transformation elevates the property to its full potential.”

The chain itself manages or owns twenty hotels throughout the country, with 4,240 rooms available in total. The Israeli market is expanding recently, with some new boutique offerings attempting to change the market in Tel Aviv.

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