Savyonei Hagalil Hotel - Yesod Hamaala33.044717, 35.573275
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 3 Star Hotels in Israel
Located in Yesod Hamaala, about 18 miles from Sea of Galilee, Savyonei Hagalil Hotel features a night club and a swimming pool. This great value venue dates from 1999 and was refurbished in 2011. This 3-star accommodation offers 24-hour front desk, laundry service and porter service for guests' convenience.
Guests can easily get to Tiberias, which is approximately 18 miles away. This hotel is located in a busy area of Yesod Hamaala.
A valley and a lush garden are within walking distance.
Haifa airport is roughly 37 miles away.
All luxurious rooms offer climate control, pay television and a work desk. Rooms come with a stunning view on the garden. The rooms have a small fridge and coffee/tea makers as well as en suite bathrooms with a shower, a hairdryer and bath sheets.
Eat & Drink
The property comprises a lounge restaurant and a café bar. Offering a selection of dishes, Doris Katzabim are approximately 1500 feet away.
Savyonei Hagalil Hotel caters to the needs of guests providing free self-parking, an ATM and a news stand as well as a business center and a meeting room.
The accommodation provides child care, a mini club and a game room for families with children.
Wireless internet is available in the business center for free.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of rooms: 68.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Bar/ Lounge area
Coffee/Tea in lobby
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Self-service laundry
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Medical facilities service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Meeting room
- Cribs available
- Paid babysitting/ Child services
- Children's play area
- Kids club
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Night club
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Mountain view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- In-room air conditioning
- Individual heating
- Soundproofed rooms
- Connecting rooms
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- In-room desk
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Private bathroom
- Hair dryer on request
- Washing machine
- Premium bedding
- Down duvets
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Carpeted floor
- Blackout curtains
- City landmarks
Walking around in the morning, we realized we were by some beautiful fruit orchards and wheat fields.
There was no elevator, and the meal times were not provided. This hotel was acceptable, but not nice.
Good breakfast buffet included.
They charged me in local currency and because of a poor conversion rate it cost more than $4 more than it should have. I booked another hotel from you in Israel and they charged me in US $ so it was exactly correct.
The dinner and breakfast at nearby dining room was good, although we were there while the hotel was under invasion by a very large and loud group of seniors from Tel Aviv. After giving us an occupied room,The ataff, to their credit, had someone immediately make up a new room.
The hotel is quite dirty and badly in need of painting and floor washing. We were given keys to a room on the second floor and had to carry our large suitcases up the stairs. Upon opening the door to the room, we can see that not only hadn't the room been made up, but the guests' belongings ond the guests themselves were still in the room! The room we received was tiny and the bathroom smelled like it hadn't We quickly re-locked the door, which slowed down the guests from chasing after us, since they had to find and use their own room key to unlock the door from the inside. By the time they came out, we were well down the hall with our luggage. Due to the language barrier, all we could do was show them that we had a key to the room.
One of the hotels in Israel where crew speaks fluent English. Perfect price to quality ratio. || Jeden z hoteli w Izraelu gdzie obsluga mowi plynnie po Angielsku. Idealny stosunek ceny do jakosci.
Wireless coverage only in the lobby area. || Zakres sieci bezprzewodowej ograniczony do obszaru wokol recepcji.
Central Courtyard was a magnet for fellowship
Location, just on the road heading north. Simple straight forward hotel at a decent price. I would recommend it for the occasional business traveler, less for leisure or vacation.
i do not recommend this hotel. i slepy on the extrabed on the floor (mattrass) ( room number 188, on a wednesday night) and was stung at least 80 times by bedbugs (cimex lenticularis) on the wholw body. so much for a nice weekend! which was ruined by disfiguration, itching and loss of sleep etc.
this used to be Etap hotel (a European chain of basic-service budget hotels owned by the Accor Group) The rooms are very simply furnished and in most cases the walls are whitewashed. Rooms typically contain amenities such as a small desk. showers are located in the room with no privecy.
I was out in an educational trip, the location was excellent but the first night the hotel was fully booked, and they had lack of staff and my room was not cleaned the second day until i asked them to do so; the hall ways were dirty and were not cleaned. The food was good and the staff were friendly.
Good location. Plenty of parking spots. Large breakfast buffet. International channels on TV.
Not appealing. Soiled carpets. Bugs. Few amenities. Small room. Someone tried to get into our room (and several other rooms at 2:00 am) but the staff didn't take it seriously.
Dirty (stained sheets; used dental floss in the shower), smelly, loud
Good quality / price ratio. We used "flash deals" from Booked.net and got 50% discount from a normal price. Since prices for hotels in Israel are very high, it this was the best option to stay one night in the north of Israel. Good hotel if you are traveling by a car, not by buses. A quite good breakfast.
Horrible staff. We arrived this hotel late in the evening tired after a day hiking. At the reception we met Mr. Ihab who was very aggressive and demanded a hotel voucher for a Booked.net. I went around half of a Europe and nobody did not require any voucher in any hotel. I must note that I've booked this hotel a day before during my trip so I couldn't print a voucher. Always my name, my passport and my credit card were enough to get a key from the room. After I printed off a letter the Booked.net there was another surprise from Mr. Ihab who said I should pay $10 more that it was listed in hotel voucher. He said I should add vat to my order from Booked.net аlthough the site stated that tourists do not pay а tax. He did not want to understand that an order was made by a tourist and argued with us half an hour. He agreed to charge us the original amount only after we talked by phone with his manager. Mr. Ihab acted very rude towards us. In no other place we have never seen such a brutal attitude towards customers.
The staff were friendly.
The room were not properly cleaned. Bare minimum facilities. There was no pool, no phones in the room. You had to leave your room to talk to the front desk. The food was not nice. The building does not look inviting from the outside or the inside.
Close to Hula Nature Reserve, ten mins away
A bit run down and in need of som tlc.
Quiet. Overall, it was a good value for the money.
The hotel was limited as to staff who spoke english (probably due to the vast majority of the guests being Israeli). They were also limitedly accomodating as to bus schedules and directions. For me, it was all part of my "adventure", would have appreciated a bit more hand holding on the part of the staff. I also realize that I stayed over Shabbos which presents logistical challenges just because.