Forbes Travel Guide, which has been ranking luxury hotels, restaurants, spas and cruises for 65 years, has this year selected three Israeli hotels in the category of recommended establishments: The Ritz-Carlton Herzliya, The Setai Tel Aviv and The Norman Tel Aviv.
Forbes Travel Guide has been the only global ranking for luxury hotels, restaurants, spas and cruises for 65 years. Anonymous inspectors evaluate each establishment according to 900 objective and rigorous criteria.
This year, the ranking includes 48 new 5-star hotels, 64 new 4-star hotels and 45 new recommended hotels.
The Ritz-Carlton, Herzliya
Highlights from Forbes Travel Guide: “The Ritz’s location in Herzliya, just above the marina, gives you a peaceful environment and quick access to Tel Aviv. The hotel’s restaurant, Herbert Samuel, is one of the most popular in Israel. It serves kosher, local and seasonal dishes. »
The Norman Tel Aviv
Highlights from Forbes Travel Guide: “Staying at the Norman Hotel is a wonderful way to explore the city on foot. Rothschild Boulevard – a street worth a stroll for its trendy restaurants and bars – is just around the corner, as well as the National Theater of Israel (Habima), Dizengoff Street for shopping and the large Carmel Market . The rooftop infinity pool is one of the most stunning in town and is exclusively for hotel guests. »
The Setai Tel Aviv
Highlights from Forbes Travel Guide: “The Setai Tel Aviv is located in one of the city’s trendiest areas, next to the historic Jaffa Clock Tower. It is also close to the Jaffa flea market, within walking distance of art museums and galleries, local designer shops and one of the country’s finest lookout points. A superb infinity pool overlooks Jaffa and allows you to admire its incredible beauty. Numerous massages, treatments based on essential oils and a large hammam contribute to making the spa a haven of ultimate relaxation. »