CEO Rafael Museri: “We’ll continue to invest in our technology innovation team in Tel Aviv as we explore digitally-driven ways to disrupt the hospitality industry."
Israel is trying to improve the standard of services to tourists. But not everyone is convinced that enough is being done.
Each pod will include a wardrobe and work desk, making it slightly larger than the classic Japanese capsule, "Yediot Ahronot" reports.
Uri Sirkis sees a 20-25% rise in prices of tickets and vacation packages for the summer and the Jewish High Holy Days.
Despite travel warnings, the number of Israelis entering Sinai during the holiday was 20% more than last year.
The 190-room hotel will be built in the MOMA Tel Aviv project by the Hagag Group.
Splitty CEO: We can improve hotels occupancy rates by over 15%, while users enjoy up to 50% lower prices.
1,000 tickets will be sold at prices ranging from NIS 1,150 to NIS 2,000.
El Al now has nine Dreamliners, and will have 14 by the end of the year.
Levy says that the Armon Hanatziv Promenade hotel will provide five-star service at reasonable prices.
Despite shrinking equity, growing competition, and high fuel prices El Al insists it will soon return to profitability. Avishai Ovadia is not so sure.
To meet record tourist demand in Israel, international chains are opening up hostels, offering affordable accommodation and a chance to meet fellow travellers.
Israelis may not be known for politeness, but once overseas they spend so freely that every country wants a piece of the action.
Hotels in Petah Tikva, Ra'anana, Rehovot and Gedera cater to businesspeople, relatives visiting from abroad, and medical tourists.
While Israel celebrates a record 4 million tourists in 2018, Greece attracted 33 million tourists.
1,700 hotel rooms and 1,920 housing units are planned for the old airport's southern and central sections.
The new airport offers exemptions from landing fees and Israeli government subsidies per passenger.
The new, NIS 1.7 billion airport has 100 times the space of Eilat's old airport.
Low-cost airlines are often more punctual and have newer planes while full-service airlines don't always give full service.
Israel is missing out on the tourism potential of the Red Sea, Negev and Arava and could learn much from the Jordanians.
Tourism in Tel Aviv-Jaffa is moving from the seafront towards more historic areas.