See why so many travellers make Royal Plaza Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Tiberias. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Royal Plaza Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Walk on Water Kayak (1.7 mi) and Tiberias (1.7 mi), guests of Royal Plaza Hotel can easily experience some of Tiberias' most well known attractions.
Tiberias has plenty of Chinese restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like The Pagoda and Sin Chan, which are serving up some great dishes.
Tiberias is also home to Tiberias Hot Springs - Hamei Tveria, a popular hot spring that is not too far from Royal Plaza Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Royal Plaza Hotel as you experience all of the things Tiberias has to offer.
Thankyou all for making our trip amazing and outstanding we all love the hotel and location of the hotel Special thanks to Aman and poonam at reception very helpful experience all over amazing here. We willl come back again
I stayed here for 2 nights with my tour group with the half-board service. I enjoyed the room very much as it was large, the elevators were plenteous and worked well, it had its own temperature control, many towels, a lovely shower, and a lot of light! It was clean as well. The front desk did fail me on wake-up call requests. I usually ask for one to back up my own alarm. The breakfast and dinners were ok, but not great. The staff seemed to be in short supply during busy times. The food could be seen transitioned from day-to-day. It is a fine value, however, and I would choose it again. Don't hesitate to choose to stay here.
The hotel is very nice with a great view of the Sea of Galilee, and feels welcoming. The room was very big. Very appealing and comfortable. Food in restaurant was excellent. Lots of variety on the Buffet and tasty choices.
As we checked in, there were at least two busloads of very loud, boisterous and unruly teenagers who proved to help make the stay there a bad experience. The lines for the buffet were so long that you had to wait a long time to get food. There was noise, loud talking, laughing, etc, outside our door very late. A request for a room with a view was initially granted and then we were told that they were sold out. Altogether a not very pleasant stay.
Location up on a hill while the parking is down below. U need to climb every time. Staff terrible, An alarm in the middle of the night and no answer from the reception or anyone from the hotel. Expensive and not worth the price. The meals not that good and u should stay away from lunch.
The main reason of choosing this hotel was the pool. We came with our little son and wanted him to enjoy there. We arrived to the hotel at 3 pm, went down to the pool area at 3:45 and lifeguard informed us that it's closing at 4 pm. Thanks a lot for letting us enjoy these 15 minutes. Next day we asked the man on reception about pool timing and he literally said : " I don't know". Then we found out it opens at 12pm. We didn't catch it since it was the time of check out. I've been in many hotels and first time l see such ridiculous pool timing. Also room floors were very dirty. We were not able to put our son to crawl there. We've complained on reception upon check-out. The guy there asked my husband's phone number so the manager could call him. But we never received any call. …
Situated at the southern edge of the commercialized section, this is a perfect perspective for photography of the sunrise over the Golan mountains and the Sea of Galilee. Ample parking for cars and tour buses. Ample-sized dining room can accommodate small and large groups.
We stayed here as part of a Holy Land Pilgrimage with Educational Opportunities tours, therefore, I hesitated in this scathing review. Evidently we stayed in the “newly renovated section”.. room 713. We took the elevators behind the check in desk. So newly renovated our room was not completed! There was trim along the doorways that was missing where we could see the insulation, electrical outlets were not covered and painting was not finished. They must have tried to paint immediately before we arrived because I have never stayed in a room with such paint fumes before. There was paint and spackle from drywall work all over the flooring. Housekeeping was called to come up and mop the floor. The hallway window next to our room was taped shut, with masking tape, which as we know works really well on painted surfaces. It constantly swung open and I walked into it twice exiting my room..as it blocked our door. I immediately asked for a new room but the hotel was sold out. They said hopefully the next night. We toured all day and upon turning at 7:30 they we entered the room to find the window in our room wide open (no screens) and painting and trim work had be started(not finished). But his time I was exhausted and did not want to have to move room as wee were checking it early am. The manager came up to survey the damage and said “THE ROOM IS NOT FINISHED YET, I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO”... I’m not joking. He then sent a bottle of wine up(like that makes a difference). Never have I stayed in a hotel with a more rude or unresponsive staff in my life and I have traveled extensively. They could have cared less. Other guests were outraged as well, rooms spelling like urine and very noisy. I spoke with the EO guest services manager and hopefully they will rethink sending tour buses to this absolute joke of a hotel.…
We took a tour group there in February. The hotel is a good bit (2-3 miles?) south of the city center. The hotel has two "towers" connected by the lower 3 floors. The older, south tower was fair. The rooms & halls had been remodeled, but the elevator was tiny, We could only get about 4 people in it at a time, so catching it was a lengthy process. The newer northern tower had also been remodeled and the rooms seemed to be a bit larger. The elevator was MUCH larger and more convenient. The dining are was spread across 2 wings with the serving area in the center.That made getting your food somewhat challenging when there were many people there. Some kind of construction was going on immediately in front of the hotel so parking was virtually non-existent. Our coach driver was highly skilled and managed to get us in and out, but it was a challenge. . The staff was nice and helpful, …
Older hotel that caters to the bus tours. It is nothing fancy, but it gets the job done. The breakfast and dinner buffets were good, and the beds comfortable. If you can get a room facing the Sea of Galilee it's even better. I'd have no issues staying here again if the opportunity arises.