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HaGoshrim Kibbutz and Resort Hotel


Background of the Kibbutz Hagoshrim

On the site of Emir Fa'ur 's ruined winter palace: the Emir controlled the northern Hula Valley in the days of the Ottoman Empire. The hotel lies in the center of the valley, facing the Golan Heights and the snows of Mount Hermon. Its unique combination of ancient and modern architecture blend together in pleasant harmony and the pastoral landscape, splendid views and crystal-clear air promise an ideal holiday-site - both for those seeking tranquility and relaxation, and for those wishing to enjoy a wider range of activities.

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Description of the Kibbutz Hagoshrim

The HaGoshrim Kibbutz and Resort Hotel has 164 rooms of which 60 are classed as 'Superior'". There are also100 new rooms in the hotel's Lebanon House and Koren House, which are "de-luxe" class, plus 4 splendid new suites each with a Jacuzzi in the master bedroom. All the Lebanon House rooms have a balcony overlooking wonderful views of natural countryside and Wireless internet connection at no extra charge. The fourth floor is a non-smoking area.

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