Throughout Israel, one day entries for tourists jumped from March 2011 to March 2012 from 23,000 people to 41,000 people. This represents a 78 percent jump, making nearly every hotel in israel giddy with delight at such a great piece of news for Israel’s tourism. And because the typical tourist visiting Israel will spend about $1,320 during his or her stay, hotels in israel continue their delight in knowing that a large amount of this money will be spent on stays.
And while Jerusalem remains the country’s largest tourist attraction with 3.5 million visitors annually, other cities are getting recognition. For instance, Netanya, established in 1928 as a settlement in honor of American philanthropist Nathan Strauss and officially named a city 20 years later after the State of Israel was established, is becoming a tourist draw for its beautiful beaches. This city of 9,000 is quite beautiful too, with plenty to see and do and a gorgeous Netanya hotel to suit any tourist’s needs. Nearly every hotel in Netanya offers wondrous views of the water too, proving that every hotel Netanya offers is worth staying at.
With such high hopes for tourism, these hotels are making themselves as accessible as possible. The typical hotel Israel has in these well visited cities is displayed online, where accommodations and availability can be discovered. The average hotel Israel offers too displays gorgeous photos, and the average hotel Israel offers in this city and elsewhere offers easy ways to reach out to hotel staff.