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Dan Hotels Caesaria
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Reviewed 28 November 2013

“Great for families with kids and Golfers”

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Set in a large parkland, away from busy streets. A giant pool with a huge roped off shallow area, policed carefully by guards who are firm but polite, no “Beachwatch” poseurs there. There is a basketball area, and a snack bar as well as a BBQ by the pool. Lots of adjustable recliners and shades and no end or towels and cold water to drink (Israelis are very careful not to dehydrate). There is a supervised toddlers "Club" for face painting etc. The Spa has an excellent masseuse and a well maintained gym. The rooms are somewhat spartan, but this is a family resort, not a 5* hotel and they do not pretend to be one. The housekeepers clean all day, the place is spotless. There is a golf club down the road. Now the food. Israel has the healthiest that I have seen in 6 continents. No more humus and falafel (you can get it in big towns and villages if you want). Israelis love their breakfasts, it is the best meal of the day, and breakfasts at Israeli hotels and kibbutzim are legendary. At Dan Carmel, the range and quality of foods boggles the imagination, and it is all buffet style, one price. Everything from cereal to fish of many kinds, breads in lots of varieties, pastries, sweets cooked food, great coffee. Lunches similar, try the outside BBQ. Speaking of BBQ, last visit they turned on an evening BBQ in the main dining room, that spilled out onto the veranda. I counted 40 different vegetarian dishes and over 12 different meats. Trust me, you will not starve here. Now the staff. Most are Arabs from the nearby village, and the services manager is also an Arab. This manager is quite the consummate professional, he has eyes everywhere and quietly orchestrates everything. He has his staff trained to perfection, and what nice folk they are. Israelis generally are very attentive to children, and they are well looked after here. Dan Carmel is an eye opener, here you will see the real relationship between Israeli Arabs and Israelis of other confessions, and you will understand just how different it is from the mad media. While there, take a trip 15 minutes by car to Caesarea port, built by Herod to ingratiate himself to the Roman emperor. By the waterfront, there are several outside restaurants that serve fresh seafood (as well as other food) and also a Suchi place. While there, go watch the movie that shows the history of ancient Caesarea, and don't forget the amazing Gelato bar. Bitei Avon (means "Bon appetite" in Ivrit). Nearby is the vineyard town of Binyamina, near to to the railway station is a little bakery/coffee shop called "Lechem Borkin". Lechem means bread, Borkin are the owners. All the locals know it, great pastries, bread and coffee (see the photo), and it is great for breakfast too. I cannot review it, because Trip Advisor has no (yet) listed it. It is also worth a tour of one of the 2 award winning wineries in nearby Binyamina.

Room Tip: High up, overlooking the pool, a corner room. Join the Dab club for discounts.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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DanHotelsIsrael, General Manager at Dan Hotels Caesaria, responded to this reviewResponded 26 December 2013

Dear Gourmand34671,
We so appreciate you taking this time to complete such a thorough description of your stay and the hotel surroundings; it is sincerely comments such as this that make the hard work all worthwhile.
Your colorful portrayal is very touching and I will be sure to share with the whole team, especially the food and beverage department who work hard to create culinary delights to suit everyone and the team who take care of all our guests so nicely.
We'll be looking forward to welcome you, and just suggest joining the e-dan club (unless already done so) for great discounts and deals throughout the chain on your next visit.
Best regards,
Avi Alon
General Manager

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Reviewed 16 November 2013

We arrived late and left fairly early from this lovely place (while on a tour). The dinner buffet was fabulous. The grounds were lovely and inviting. Nothing negative at all. Would certainly return and stay longer.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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DanHotelsIsrael, General Manager at Dan Hotels Caesaria, responded to this reviewResponded 26 December 2013

We're glad you had such a nice impression, travelwhere, even on such a short visit.
The extensive grounds of 60 acres, are indeed inviting, shame you didn't get to really enjoy them, hopefully on your return.
Looking forward to the next opportunity to welcome you,
best regards,
Avi Alon
General Manager

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Reviewed 5 November 2013

We CHOSE Caesarian for the weekend to tour Caesarian National Park and the antiquities The hotel was nice and the staff, once again from the Dan chain, excellent. The hotel upgraded our room and it was lovely

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 November 2013

The most accommodating staff anywhere. True five star service.
Hotel is supposed to be redone...totally needs it.
The staff makes this hotel a pleasure.
Best food anywhere. You cannot find a better kosher meal for the holidays or Sabbath.

Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 26 October 2013

Visited 2 nights at a convention setting. Been there several times in the pat 25 years it still holds the good essential spirit of famous hospitality. Tranquility and old fashioned charm mixed with large green leafy surroundings. Breakfast, lunch and dinner varieties all qualitative, served at a nice well organized restaurant. Room was clean and renovated with maid available at the aftenoon if requested. Nice walking paved promenade outside the hotel in wealthy Caesarea. Overall they should upgrade the furniture as sofas, chairs and tables that dates to the 80ths.

Room Tip: ask for a sea view room
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled on business
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