$6 MILLION FACELIFT FOR KINGS HOTEL
By: Gad Nahshon
"The Kings Hotel has traditionally drawn Orthodox Jews who prefer the close proximity to the Great Synagogue and Yeshurun and favor an excellent glatt kosher cuisine," said Meir LaFiav, the hotel's General Manager. The Kings Hotel has just completed a total renovation at the cost of $6 million. The pride of this hotel, according to public relations experts Ruth Conn and Katerina Kazakos, is its 'Seven Heaven' floor. The hotel, which was built in 1954, has been an Israeli tourist 'landmark'. This is just one more way in which Israel's hotel industry is striving to make a visit to Israel not only memorable, but one filled with the utmost of comfort and dedication to its guests needs.
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