With most foreign destinations closed and restrictions on children's travel abroad, demand for hotels from domestic Israeli tourists should be off the charts, but it's not
Health minister withdraws bill after clause inserted that would allow those who have recovered from the coronavirus to skirt regulations ■ C'tee approves original version
Some hope that better times will return soon; others say the cost of stopping construction is higher than continuing
Industry is hopeful that August momentum can be sustained during the High Holidays – if the government doesn’t declare another lockdown
From hotel employees to guides, people in tourism are suffering the most and warning about a collapse. The projected loss in the industry tops $2.7 billion
The industry, which is bleeding $100 million a month, now fears that Israelis will ditch their hotel visits around the country for Passover next month
Tourists with afternoon flights Monday and Tuesday out of Ben-Gurion Airport in Israel are advised to head out early
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the north of Israel.
The proposed legislation, which has gained approval of the Knesset's labor committee, stipulates that all employees, regardless of religious beliefs, don't have to work on their day of rest.
Guy Heksch runs restaurants for the giant Marriott chain and knows what younger guests want from their hotel.
TheMarker finds that in many instances, the price offered in Hebrew in shekels was lower than the dollar rate offered in English.
We have already spoken about what you say in a restaurant or at a café, but what would a waiter say to you? Host Guy Sharett prepares us with the lines that will grace our ears as we sit down for a meal or a quick Tel Avivi bite.
Israel Chemicals will pay 3.8 billion shekels to keep in check evaporating pools at its potash operations.
Knesset committee to weigh in on law calling for grocery stores, malls to close, and making it a civil offense to stipulate Saturday openings in contracts.
Plan calls for fast-tracking development to add more rooms and send rates lower. But executives are skeptical
Nazareth mayor's drive-by cursing of top Arab politician shows Arab-Israelis are divided on wave of violence that is engulfing the country.
While some of the grandest hotels from a century ago are being restored to their former glory, others are on the verge of ruin.
Tourism Minister Yariv Levin wants to cut the red tape and speed up construction.
The hospitality industry isn’t an easy one, but three managers of small chains have learned to deal with a volatile business environment.
Health Ministry orders hotel to immediately address problem in water system; the bacteria is the source of the infectious 'Legionnaires’ disease.
Hoteliers aren’t fond of the idea, and one thing is clear – it won’t bring down prices.
Strategy is to deter hiring of asylum-seekers with prohibitive fees on businesses.
With the High Holy Days just around the corner, two former Londoners are making a killing softening the edges of typically blunt and brusque Israelis.
Tourists visit, eat, drink and spend in Jaffa, but go back to Tel Aviv to sleep. That is about to change.
Hotels too expensive, public transportation insufficient, Tourism Ministry survey finds.
Hotels in Red Sea resort suffering from manpower shortage after firing foreign workers.
Chelsea club owner Abramovich rents out entire hotel in Negev town for Passover.
Incorporating only the facade of the historic Palace Hotel and an aura of the past, the world-famous Waldorf puts itself on the map of the city's luxury accommodations.
Websites matching homeowners with tourists is creating new competition for hotel industry, warns Fattal CEO Reuven Elkes in an interview.
Hotels and planes are full for the Sukkot holiday, but retailers report that sales are tepid.