The elegant suites of the Boutique Hotel ‘Hamakom’ are noticeable even from the Northern highway passing south of the temperate mountain slopes on which they are built, in Moshav Netua. At times the viewer is reminded of an innovative architectural project, or maybe of environmental sculpture. Indeed these structures are extremely exceptional and intriguing.
To reach the suites, one must enter the Northern village, located near Biranit, and continue across local farmers’ estates. The unique Suites’ Hotel is hidden at its’ the Southern end. The inner winding road passes between tall walls made of local stone, designed to provide maximum privacy to guests in all suites. Behind them, tall vacation units are concealed, built of stone combined with iron and wood, surrounded by patches of lawn and nurtured gardens, each with an open view to the Galilee. Privacy is the key word here and it is kept zealously.
Rachel and Amos Kohen took the concepts prestige, privacy and pampering to the very top when they fulfilled a private vision and established the village of villas. Villas in the village are not standard on any level; they are large and very spacious, surrounded by private yards as well as private vacation facilities. Thus, adjacent to each Villa, guests will find a roofed heated Endless Pool alongside a large sunken Jacuzzi; and in the yard, lounge chairs, hammocks, sitting sets and more.
Suites are designed to provide vacationers with the ultimate pampering one can think of. The electric devices, electronic equipment, furniture and accessories – can only compete with the peaceful atmosphere the place is immersed in, the proximity to the oak wood in which the village is built and the feeling that one has no desire to leave the place, since this is where ultimate vacation dreams comes true.