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Hotels in Haifa near Haifa (HFA)

Haifa (HFA) Hotels

Serving Israel’s northern metropolis, Haifa Airport (HFA) is a small and easily navigable hub. As well as year-round domestic flights from Tel Aviv and Eilat, Haifa also benefits from charter flights from Cyprus and Turkey in high season. What awaits beyond the terminal doors is a lush garden city with an exciting, up-and-coming cultural scene. Jerusalem may be Israel’s holiest city, but Haifa is its Garden of Eden.

Hotels in Haifa (HFA)

From 5-star luxury to budget hostels, the hotels near Eilat Airport are varied enough to suit any traveler’s taste. The cheap hotels in Eilat offer bright rooms, often equipped with microwaves and fridges. If you opt for luxury, you’ll benefit from spa services, shimmering swimming pools, and 24-hour facilities, including business centers. The rooms in these hotels are large and contemporary, fitted out with sleek flat-screen TVs and WiFi.

Where to stay

Most of the hotels are located in downtown Haifa, 9 kilometers from the airport. If you want glamour and spectacle, choose Mount Carmel, famed for the gardens around the Shrine of the Bab which adorn the mountainside with serene, geometric precision. There are numerous luxury hotels here. If you prefer the hustle and bustle of a working city, stay in the port district, which has both budget and luxury hotels overlooking the water, and museums to explore nearby.

How to get to Haifa (HFA)

There are frequent flights from Tel Aviv and Eilat, with the journey from Tel Aviv taking about 30 minutes. From the airport, there are both buses and taxis available to transfer you to the city – it takes about 15 minutes to get there. The bus also connects with the main train station in the west of the city, providing onward transport throughout Israel.