Russian tour operators believe that the number of hotels in Israel does not meet travel demand in the peak season they often encounter cases of unproven applications. But here, of course, there because of “mass consumption”. Meanwhile, in Israel there is and exclusive hotels. The most expensive, of course, are located in those cities visited by the largest number of tourists – Jerusalem, tel Aviv, Eilat.
In the hotel business, the price almost always determines the quality of services – at least, in Israel. Offer a short tour of the most luxurious rooms in Israeli hotels.
David Citadel is a new hotel near the Old town. He has already been chosen by foreign policy, visited Israel for visits. It stayed Vladimir Putin as President of Russia. And he lived in the best room – Suite. Yitzhak Rabin . Among other delights in our room on the 9th floor with stunning views of the Old town has a real fireplace. Price – $2860 per day. Continue reading
To have sex at any hotel. But when in the next room a child crying or a football match is yelling louder than the moans your girl, the mood disappears by itself.
Plus, condemning the views of older couples or concierges, who understand why you lead this beauty to my room.
Sex hotels was created for freedom of action, freedom of thought! The main rule is that fun should be as much as possible!
Hotel for nudists love. In Jamaica the hotel for free sex. The settlers of this hotel is that loose in their morals under the age of 40. The hotel has everything visitors go bare. The atmosphere is light and having to meet new people for any purpose. Continue reading
Notel Haven. An unusual hotel in Helsinki
About the Association of Small Luxury Hotels of the world I first heard in Riga. It happened quite accidentally. We walked around the centre and we were attracted by its facade c classic and elegant French balconies and a very modern roof-the attic of one building located on the square in Bergs Bazaar. Directly across from the entrance stood a luxurious chestnut tree. The sign says that it’s “Hotel Bergs”.
We decided to go out of curiosity. We were met by a friendly Concierge and one of them kindly offered us a tour of the hotel.
Outside the building was quite classical architecture of the XIX century, if not to take into account the roof. Inside the hotel was absolutely eclectic interior, which consists of neoclassical elements in the form of fireplaces and stucco, modern, functional furniture and African motifs in the decoration.
Special attention is paid to Concierge long tiered courtyard of concrete and glass with frosted lamps. Continue reading