If you find yourself in Tiberias this is the only nice hotel in town. The rooms were ok, but not a great value given the price.
The service was spotty as well and the front desk was extremely rude to us when we complained about the communal iron ruining my husband's shirt as we were getting ready for a wedding. For a hotel of this class, they should listen to their customers better.
The grounds are superb as well as the food - the included breakfast is to die for - lots of homemade pastries, egg dishes, fresh fruits, vegetables, jams, etc. They even have homemade honey.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- built by the Church of Scotland on the site of the over 120-years-old historical medical complex, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee and overlooking the Golan Heights. The luxurious hotel is a unique fusion of 19th century basalt rock buildings dating from the time of the original hospital compound (offering 16 Antique rooms) and a modern building (offering 50 Unique and Deluxe rooms). For a culinary & a leisure experiences the hotel offers The Torrance Restaurant which is well known for the fine cuisine and rich gourmet food (non-kosher); the Gazebo Terrace with the beautiful botanical gardens overlooking the stunning vista of lake & mountains; the Ceilidh Bar with the authentic Scots Pub atmosphere; the Wine Cellar, the Visitor’s Centre and the LAKEVIEW SPA wellness center with Turkish Haman, Gym, Sauna and a large variety of special SPA treatments ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Scots Hotel Tiberias