Tiberias hotels invest in upgrades

The money is being invested in rooms and guest amenities at the hotels, including swimming pools, sport centers, and spas.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
October 17, 2005 06:53

The 30 hotels belonging to the Tiberias Hotel Association are investing NIS 50 million to renovate and upgrade their premises in line with efforts to renew the city and its infrastructure as a whole, the association said Sunday. The money is being invested in rooms and guest amenities at the hotels, including swimming pools, sport centers, and spas. Work on all projects should be finished by Summer 2006, though some hotels have already inaugurated new facilities in time for Succot-time visitors. Among the hotels participating in the move are the Jordan River, Caesar, Sheraton, and Holiday Inn.


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