Fatal hotel chain to open new location in Rehovot

By RON FRIEDMAN
November 10, 2010 20:43

 
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The Fatal hotel chain announced that it would be opening a new business hotel in Rehovot on Wednesday.

The chain plans to lease a building from the Ogen corporation and renovate it into a 120-room hotel to serve the business community visiting Rehovot’s Weizmann Institute of Science and the nearby business and research centers.

The new hotel will feature a luxurious lobby, a gym, a business center and a new branch of Fatal’s restaurant chain e-Zugi.
 

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