Galilion is more than just an upscale hotel: it is a complex comprising rooms and suites, a convention center, a spa, and a wine-tasting boutique. Even the spacious, inviting, dedicated pool is another first for this relative backwater: most local rural lodging options offer their guests limited pool privileges at the communal pool belonging to the host kibbutz. Adrenaline-pumping sports, such as rafting and hang-gliding, are close at hand. In fact, Galilion is introducing its own new tourist attraction, the Agamon Skyride: a hot-air balloon that carries passengers meters in the air, affording stunning views of the Sea of Galilee and the rolling hills and valleys of northern Israel and southern Lebanon. The hotel also sponsors a variety of w eekend activities, many of them family-oriented, such as outdoor movie screenings complete with popcorn , and campfires marshmallows provided with professional musical entertainment. Most important for the guest seeking creature comforts is the new level of sophistication Galilion brings to a region where lodging choices are largely characterized by furnishings — and especially beds — that could most charitably be called basic.
Israel's northernmost start-up hub opens in Upper Galilee
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The hotel facilities offer guests all the necessary options for an ideal Galilee vacation. The hotel events center includes facilities for corporate and private groups of up to participants, providing all the necessary equipment and staff for an ideal event. The Kibbutz Hagoshrim Hotel features guest rooms and suites. There are 59 Superior Rooms, each of which includes cable television, air conditioning, a coffee kit, a mini bar and telephone. There are also 4 elegant suites in this building with a Jacuzzi and private balconies. Handicapped accessible, non smoking and family rooms are all available upon request.
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Jerusalem Post Israel News. Israel's northernmost start-up hub opens in Upper Galilee In addition to welcoming start-ups, the center will also represent a facility for hi-tech companies based in central Israel but which are interested in expanding operations to northern Israel. A view of the new start-up hub in Kiryat Shmona.
We met Eyal, the owner who was very friendly and gave us his best pointers on how to enjoy the horses and the ride. From the moment we met Eyal, we appreciated his outgoing personality, his love for his horses and passion for the work he does. Afterward, we enjoyed coffee and Eyal showed us other activities that he offers on his property.