Herzliya Hotels

One of Israel’s Most Exclusive Beach Front Location

Dan Hotels offers the grand resort Herzliya hotel, The Dan Accadia. Located directly on the beach, the hotel creates a tranquil haven amidst lush gardens and leisure facilities. The best choice for business travelers to Herzliya's Hi-tech and business district and for vacationers alike.

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About Herzliya Hotels

The city of Herzliya is located on the central coast of Israel and is renowned for its long stretch of sandy beaches, internationally acclaimed marina and high quality of life. The city is home to ambassadors and foreign residents and offers visitors a myriad of cultural, historical and leisure activities. Its prime location means that it is only 20 minutes away from the bustling city of Tel-Aviv and just over an hour away from the northern city of Haifa.
A well-planned road that winds past elegant seafront Herzliya hotels like the Dan Accadia, posh private residences and leafy streets, connects this upscale town to the high-rise towers of central Tel Aviv in as little as 20 minutes. Guests of Herzliya hotels also enjoy the easy rail connection on the Tel Aviv-Haifa train line reaching all of Israel’s major cities.

Herzliya on the Sea

The sea shore of Herzliya is the perfect place to sunbathe, play Israeli paddle ball and engage in water sports, is fronted by one of Israel’s finest and most manicured beaches, with its fine yellow sands that stretch on for kilometers,a delight for beach strollers. Boaters will find Herzliya on the Sea highly attractive – owners of luxury yachts and more modest vessels docking at the Herzliya Marina can live in style at a Herzliya hotel like the Dan Accadia. Herzliya hotels also encourage you to explore the wide range of water sports available in this resort community; including basic and advanced diving courses, sailing courses, yacht rentals and much more.

Attractions in Herzliya

The city named after Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism. Herzliya has ancient links as well: the Apollonia National Park, in the northern part of town, is home to an excavated 2,000-year-old city from the Greco-Roman period topped by a Crusader fortress encompassed by a moat. Apart from being the hub for some of Israel’s leading high-tech companies, Herzliya Pituach also has a vibrant nightlife and can be as crowded and lively as Tel Aviv.