The recently renovated Carlton Tel Aviv features 269 rooms and 12 suites. Guests can expect personalized service, attention to detail and the best 360-degree views of Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea from the hotel’s rooftop. It’s also the only Preferred Hotels & Resorts member in Israel.
The Islands of Tahiti offer a range of captivating activities for travelers with diverse interests, from hiking to breathtaking waterfalls, riding horses on secluded beaches; swimming with sharks; or immersing in Polynesian culture through traditional dance, music and art. For watersports enthusiasts, the crystal-clear lagoons offer exhilarating experiences like surfing, kiteboarding and paddleboarding. And if you’re looking to relax, the pristine beaches, overwater bungalows and tropical sun offer the perfect setting. With 118 islands and atolls to explore, island hopping is an excellent way to experience the full diversity of The Islands of Tahiti. With its blend of adventure, culture and relaxation, The Islands of Tahiti offer a truly unique travel experience.
Tel Aviv’s new beachfront glass tower hotels may get all the buzz and crowds, but there is a sophisticated, deluxe boutique property on tiny Auerbach Street, on the border of Tel Aviv and Jaffa, that has become a quiet oasis for visitors looking for a connection to the city’s 19th-century history, a location within Tel Aviv’s trendiest neighborhood, and an on-site restaurant so casual and comfortable it is difficult to leave the property for the nearby attractions.