Haifa & The North Coast unrated Hotels
Kibbutz Eilon Travel Hotel
Kibbutz Gesher Haziv Travel Hotel
The proprietors of this German Colony homestay let out an extra room in their home. It's not too glamorous, but it has a great location on this trendy street near the Baha'i Gardens.
St Charles Hospice
Sometimes called the 'German Guesthouse', St Charles is owned by the Latin Patriarchate and run by the Catholic Rosary Sisters. It's housed in a beautiful building and there is a lovely garden out back.
Palm Beach Hotel
Located 2km east of the old city, the Palm Beach offers four-star quality rooms with facilities befitting its family-style atmosphere, including a pool, sauna, health spa and water sports. Book through the internet for a 10% discount.
Holiday Inn Bayview
Perched on the edge of Carmel Heights, the Holiday Inn plunges down from street level nine floors. It's the newest and most modern hotel in the area, with a welcoming lobby that features a comfy green sofa under a glass dome.
Molada Guest House
Run by the Rutenberg Institute for Youth Education, this DIY guesthouse has large rooms with single beds, a desk and hot water showers.
Pampering you in every way possible, Ahuzat Gaya provides gourmet food, a massage service and elegant sleeping quarters in the most peaceful of coastside settings.
Stella Maris Hospice
It's not the most convenient place to stay in Haifa, but the Stella Maris Hospice does offer plenty of old world charm and some great views over the bay.
Beth Shalom Hotel
In the Carmel Centre district, this is a basic but comfortable Lutheran 'evangelical guesthouse'. Each of the 30 rooms is brightly lit, spotless and nicely renovated with hardwood floors. It's a homy place with a garden and a small library.
Beth Rutenberg Hostel
Close to Molada Guesthouse is this cheaper hostel, which is run by the same institute. Phone ahead during normal working hours to secure a bed. The building itself was built in 1939 by Pinchas Rutenberg, founder of the Haifa Electric Corporation.
This distinctive multitiered building rises incongruously out of the Hadar district.
This 86-room four-star hotel breaks up the Dan monopoly in the Carmel Centre.
Dan Panorama Hotel
The Panorama, conveniently located in the heart of the Carmel Centre, offers just about every imaginable facility, including a pool, gym, sauna and internet room.