Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Strakman Erna Boutique Hotel Nahariya

Strakman Erna Boutique Hotel in Nahariya is a small, European-style family own hotel. The hotel was recently refurbished from the ground while preserving the original authentic décor.  Every afternoon, the hotel serves a European high tea “Café mit Kochen” with homemade Apple straddle. It is like going back to the past here, pampered.
Strakman Erna Boutique Hotel Nahariya

Strakman hotel is located two blocks from the sea and the famous city’s “Ga’aton” boulevards. While the building looks ordinary from the outside, it is has an authentic German style inside.

Café mit Kochen

Every afternoon, the hotel serves high tea, it is a European style coffee hour with handmade cakes such as Zsebo, Strudel, mille-fueille, cookies and fruits.


The hotel rooms are refurbished, their décor is an early twentieth century, but the amenities are modern, with flat screen TV, climate control, mini bar, espresso machine, etc. The bathroom amenities include terry bathrobes and French toiletries of L’Occitane.


Strakman Erna’s breakfast (included in the room rate) is fine and rich. A buffet with salads, cheeses, fish, warm dishes such as potato gratin, Shakshouka, borek, eggs, and eggs by order are served to the table. There are also sweet stuff such as croissants, cheesecake, chocolate truffles, fresh fruit salad, muesli, halva, comfitures, etc.

The location - Western Galilee

Nahariya is a small beach town. In 1934, it was established by German immigrants who wanted to do agriculture, but failed, but the lovely location by the beach and Western Galilee has turned Nahariya to tourist attraction. The city has a nice promenade and beach, a diving school, and plenty of bars and restaurants.  It is a starting point for trips in the area, including Rosh Hanikra, the Acre Bahai Gardens, Akre, and the Western Galilee mountains. The hotel offers spa treatments, they have excellent massagists!


Strakman Erna hotel, 29 Zabotinsky st. Nahariya, Israel
Rooms start from NIS 570, breakfast NIS 75 pp, high tea NIS 55 pp.
Disclosure: I was a guest of the hotel.

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