Tourist Information Center, of the Bureau of Tourism, is located next to the hotel on 48 Ben Gurion Blvd.
The Center provides comprehensive information on touring and recreation options in Haifa and its environs.
The Bahai Gardens
One of the `most popular tourist attractions in the Middle East, Situated in the heart of Haifa and consisting of nineteen terraced gardens .
The hotel is walking distance from the foothills of the Bahai Gardens.
Terrace 19 and Terrace 1 are open to visitors daily, except Wednesdays, from 9:00 – 17:00.
The Bahai temple area is open daily from 9:00 – 12:00.
Stella Maris Monastery and cable car
The Carmelite monastery in Stella Maris is a Christian holy site, boasting spectacular architecture, a lookout point with a stunning view, and a museum of religion and heritage. Free entrance, suitable for the entire family. Address: Stella Maris Road | Carmel, Haifa Phone: +972-4 8337758
From there you can mount the cable car and ride it down to the Bat Galim Promenade. Visiting Hours: Summer: 9:00-20:00 7 days a week Winter: 10:00-18:00 7 days a week. Phone inquiries: 04-833-5970.
And to visit the Cave of Elijah the Prophet, one of the most famous , most important, and holiest sites to Jews, Christians, Moslems and Druze. Visiting hours Summer: Sunday through Thursday 8::00–18:00, Friday 8:00-13:00 Winter: Sunday – Thursday 8:00-16:00, Friday 8:00-12:00. Closed Saturday. Phone Inquiries: 04-852-7430
The Turkish Market
Over the years , on Nahum Dubrin Street, the Eastern road in the shopping center, was created an open market which over the years became known as “The Turkish Market Today there are several fast food stalls and restaurants in the market area, among them: The Original Restaurant and others. At “Jacko’s Fish Place” there are several fast food stalls offering felafel, shawarma and bourekas (“Beit Bourekas HaTurki” – The House of Turkish Bourekas). In addition, there are legal offices, clothing stores, grocery stores, and travel agencies.
is a neighborhood in Haifa located between Sderot HaTzionut on its West, Shabbtai Street on its South, , Neviim Street on its East and Allenby Street on its North. Its population is approximately 8,000.
Since 1993, a festival known as the “Holiday of Holidays” takes place in the Wadi during the month of December, near the time of the Christian holiday of Christmas and the Jewish holiday of Channuka. The festival is an expression of the multicultural character of the neighborhood and bears a message of coexistence. During the course of the festival, the alleys of th neighborhood comprise the “Path of Art”, where artistis display their original works. Some of the works of art remain between the buildings, perpetually lit all year round, adding to the neighborhood’s special quality.
Other Attractions Nearby
- The Druze villages, Daliat el-Carmel, and Vistiors Center for Druze Heritage in the village of Ussafiya.
- Acre- Underground knights halls, the Templars’ Tunnel, and the City Walls.
- Atlit – Illegal Immigrants Detainee Camp
- Rosh HaNikra – Cable car, Grottoes