- Talma Gotteiner
‘Aquaduct’: A New Addition to the Olive Hotels in the Western Galilee
Updated: Apr 22, 2020
I was invited by Azoulay PR & More to stay and write about the new addition to the Olive Hotel chain called the ‘Aquaduct Hotel’ that was launched adjacent to the settlement of Regba. The new hotel ‘Aqueduct’ was named after a nearby ancient and spectacular aqueduct that was built during the Ottoman Empire.
In the hotel complex, emphasis has been placed on every detail of the guest's welfare, with one central goal: to turn your vacation into a dream in one of the most beautiful hotels in the north of the country! Naomi Amit, CEO extends her welcome to you!
Aqueduct, is a spa hotel combining luxury with location. The hotel has 100 rooms, all decorated to a high standard. Half of the luxurious hotel rooms and suites overlook the Mediterranean Sea, whereas the other half overlook the green fields of the Galilee settlements surrounding.
Aside from the amazing holiday offering and pampering spa, the hotel has a conference and events hall and a beautiful swimming pool. The hotel has a variety of suites, some of which are attached to private pools or private jacuzzis.
The luxurious spa facilities including a Turkish bath, outdoor jacuzzi, indoor jacuzzi, wet sauna, dry sauna, pool and hot tub.
Guests are provided with pampering breakfasts served as a large buffet with freshly baked pastries and pizzas, a range of egg choices including shakshuka and omlettes to order, pancakes, a large salad bar, cereals, fruit and yoghurt and basically a diverse spread catering to all tastes.
The ‘Aquaduct Hotel’ is an important addition to the Western Galilee, providing an exclusive and luxurious vacation offering, with investment in the details. The fully equipped hotel rooms have king-size beds, modern fittings and spacious terraces.
With respect to location, the nearby beach is only a 10 min drive away in the settlement of Shavei Zion. Other central tourist locations include the cities of Acre/Akko and Nahariya, Achziv national park and Rosh HaNikra grottoes offering a multitude of urban, nature and water-sports activities. The settlement of Regba itself has a major shopping outlet with a mini amusement park that is operated on weekends, both of which are within a few minutes’ drive away from the hotel.
I’ll be writing about the trip that I took in a separate post this week and will link to it once it is up.
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