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Relax at the B Ocean Resort in Fort Lauderdale

Looking for a beach resort in Sunny Florida? You’ll love the newly refurbished B Ocean Resort in Fort Lauderdale. Built in 1956, the resort was originally named the Yankee Clipper for its ship-like structure. It quickly became a hangout of leading celebrities of the time including Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio. Fast forward

The Providence Biltmore Hotel

The Providence Biltmore is an historic hotel located in the heart of downtown Providence, Rhode Island. When it opened in 1922 the hotel quickly became the social hub of the city. Its Garden Room swung to the sounds of Benny Goodman and Jimmy Dorsey orchestras, and its dance floor was once

The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach

Surrounded by 120 tropical acres, The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach stands as a living testimony to a bygone era of luxury and opulence. A high society mecca during the roaring twenties, The Breakers today is still a world-class resort, a trendy destination and the hub of Palm Beach society. A

The Royal Beach Hotel, Eilat

The Royal Beach Eilat in Israel is a fabulous 5+ star beachfront resort on the Red Sea with views of the Jordanian mountains and the port of Aqaba. The pyramid shaped hotel features 364 spacious rooms and suites, a tropical pool complex, luxurious spa and state-of-the-art fitness center. Everything about this resort

David Citadel: Majestic Gateway to Jerusalem

Each year millions of people visit the ancient city of Jerusalem to explore what many call “the center of the world.” One of the best ways to enjoy the city is with a stay at the five-star David Citadel. This majestic hotel, originally designed by famous architect Moshe Safdie, was

Orient Hotel to open in Jerusalem

Isrotel, the largest luxury hotel chain in Israel, has announced the upcoming June opening of the Orient hotel in Jerusalem. The new hotel is located in the trendy German Colony neighborhood, once the home of the German Temple Society. The resort's complex incorporates two buildings from the 1880s and a new

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