The Israeli hotel breakfast was amazing. The Shabbat supper buffet was fabulous as well. We were not the as it were people not in dark and white, which were the transcendent colors of dress 15 a long time back. The bed was comfortable, with a decent firm sleeping pad. Comforts included a secure, a fridge, a bubbling water pot with parcels of coffees and teas. The room was a quasi-junior suite, and so there were two flat-screened TVs, and a Nespresso creator, yet with no units. Turns out they are a room-service thing. When I returned to the room at the conclusion of the day, it was made up, but the grimy coffee glass had been cleared out in place on the nightstand.