Exciting news from The Dan Hotels - New Health and Wellness Resort
The Dan Hotels, Israel, announced today that it has signed a management agreement with Silverock Group Ltd., for the MODANI - LUXURY SPA RESORT, subject to the approval of the Antitrust Commissioner.
The MODANI hotel built on 14.3 acres is located in Havazelet Hasharon just north of Netanya, and sits on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, with private access to the beach. The property is expected to open at the end of 2021.
THE MODANI is a luxurious 5-star deluxe spa which offers 169 rooms: 130 standard rooms, 14 suites and 25 suites which offer private garden areas, pools or terraces. This new property will be an Integrative Health and Wellness Resort, a unique hospitality concept in Israel, focusing on various health disciplines, a luxurious spa with 17 treatment rooms, Turkish bath, hydrotherapy and more. Culinary staff in the new MODANI hotel will prepare carefully balanced gourmet meals which can be enjoyed at either inside or outside venues.
Ronen Nissenbaum, CEO of Dan Hotels, commented "We are proud to include this prestigious hotel with its unique concept of a health and wellness resort into the Dan Hotels chain that already has 18 properties. The MODANI Hotel will be managed according to the high standards of the Dan Hotels chain and offer a luxurious hospitality experience not yet seen in Israel."
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