Last week Lagoon vert Hotel Netanya had 933 viewers and 23 bookings.
The Lagoon vert Hotel in Netanya is on a high cliff, facing the enchanting beaches of the Mediterranean, and offers its guests a luxurious hospitality experience. The Lagoon hotel has 15 floors with 273 suites and rooms with balconies overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel`s attractive location, on Netanya`s southern coast, allows quick and easy access to the main traffic arteries - and to the city center. Near the hotel you can enjoy the beach and a beautiful promenade. Guests can enjoy a variety of health activities at the hotel, with an emphasis on health, fitness and energy, Luxurious health club equipped with saunas, gym and treatment rooms, large swimming pool and children`s pool. The hotel also offers perfect accommodation for business travelers: On the 15th floor, there is a luxurious business lounge, comfortable and equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. The hotel has a kosher certificate, a synagogue and a Shabbat elevator, the hotel has disabled rooms upon prior request
√ Free Wi-Fi
√ Swimming pool
√ Gym and sauna
√ Business lounge
√ Café West restaurant
√ 273 suites and rooms
√ Free undercover parking
√ Handicap accessible rooms
√ Synagogue and Shabbat elevator
√ Kashrut certificate under the supervision of Netanya Rabbinate
√ Luxury spa with massage rooms, Turkish bath, 2 saunas, fully equipped gym
The staff do not pay attention to masks, and so did the guests, who probably all fell ill in Corona, it was a terrible and scary feeling to walk around the hotel so there is no strictness. The dining room is full of food, whole not tasty even normal coffee was not, not suitable for a hotel of this level. The regular tea I asked for in the dining room at breakfast was an answer that there is no, maybe I should look at the other end? Great guest service. At the reception we stood in line for an hour in a swarm of people mostly without masks, no security officer commented to them beyond giving religious priority as if their money was worth more and pushed us to be last in line, we had a meeting at 4am late and had to take off due to hotel management. I must say that we have been to dozens if not hundreds of hotels in Israel and around the world, but I have never had such a terrible experience in any hotel.