Set to open in 2023, Fattal’s forthcoming Jerusalem Hills spa hotel will give new life to the striking building near Kibbutz Tzova that has stood empty for 35 years. This well-known “white elephant,” familiar to all those traveling to Jerusalem, is now being reinvented as a deluxe 152-room wellness complex that will become a landmark for all the right reasons: beautiful design by Feigin Architects, 30 exclusive suites with their own private pools, and superb amenities such as a chef restaurant, wine bar, spa, and rooftop pool with panoramic views.
Change is also afoot in the Dead Sea region. Following years of stagnation, the Israeli Ministry of Tourism and Israel Land Authority recently awarded Fattal a coveted tender to build a beachfront hotel in the brand new tourism area between Ein Bokek and Hamei Zohar. This new 198-room hotel is expected to open in the next few years, offering first-rate services and exceptional Fattal-standard hospitality in this in-demand region.