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Canaan Hotel

2 Ha-Gdud ha-Shlishi Street,  Safed
Brand-new, upscale hotel, in the age-old city of Safed, Israel
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Safed

 Amidst the lush, winding roads of the Upper Galilee's green mountains, one of Israel’s most picturesque cities, steeped in the rich history of the Jewish people, emerges. Safed, revered as one of Judaism's four Holy Cities, along with Jerusalem, Hebron and Tiberias, harbors ancient landmarks and offers sweeping, panoramic vistas from its vantage point high on Canaan Mountain. 
Safed’s Golden Age was ushered in as a result of an influx of Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition in 1492. The city became a major center of Jewish intellectual activity and mystical thought. It was in Safed that Isaac Luria, known as the Arizal, and Moses ben Jacob Cordovero revived interest in the Kabbalah, a school of thought in Jewish mysticism.
The city's old quarter has narrow winding streets that lead to hidden courtyards and ancient synagogues. These synagogues, such as the Abuhav Synagogue and the Ari Synagogue, are not only centuries old but also house remarkable historical artifacts and beautifully detailed interiors. Safed's mystical atmosphere draws scholars, seekers, and tourists alike.
Safed has also become a hub for artists and creatives and wields a profound influence on numerous artists hailing from Israel and beyond its borders. The city's picturesque landscapes, with views of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights, inspire artists to create a diverse range of artworks. The Artists' Campus serves as a captivating showcase for their creative endeavors, where you can also acquire some of these remarkable works. There are numerous galleries and studios where local and international artists exhibit their paintings, sculptures, and crafts. Explore a diverse array of art forms, from paintings rendered in various techniques to Judaica, glass art, jewelry, photography, and sculptures.
The nearby areas offer a diverse range of experiences that showcase the beauty and cultural richness of the Galilee region. The Galilee is a hiker’s paradise – head to Meron Mountain, where you can hike to the summit and visit the tomb of the famous mystic Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. Nearby nature reserves like the Hula Valley and Banias Nature Reserves provide opportunities for birdwatching, hiking, and immersing yourself in the region's natural beauty. The Banias Nature Reserve also features ancient ruins and a stunning waterfall. Sample the diverse flavors of the Galilee by visiting local wineries, olive oil producers, and goat farms. The region is famous for its wine, cheeses, and olive oils, and many establishments offer tastings and tours.
Of all the hotels in Safed, Fattal's Canaan Hotel is the pinnacle of hospitality. It offers spectacular panoramic views, scrumptious Galilean cuisine, and a pampering spa in addition to unmatched comfort and elegance. 

 Amidst the lush, winding roads of the Upper Galilee's green mountains, one of Israel’s most picturesque cities, steeped in the rich history of the Jewish people, emerges. Safed, revered as one of Judaism's four Holy Cities, along with Jerusalem, Hebron and Tiberias, harbors ancient landmarks and offers sweeping, panoramic vistas from its vantage point high on Canaan Mountain. 
Safed’s Golden Age was ushered in as a result of an influx of Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition in 1492. The city became a major center of Jewish intellectual activity and mystical thought. It was in Safed that Isaac Luria, known as the Arizal, and Moses ben Jacob Cordovero revived interest in the Kabbalah, a school of thought in Jewish mysticism.
The city's old quarter has narrow winding streets that lead to hidden courtyards and ancient synagogues. These synagogues, such as the Abuhav Synagogue and the Ari Synagogue, are not only centuries old but also house remarkable historical artifacts and beautifully detailed interiors. Safed's mystical atmosphere draws scholars, seekers, and tourists alike.
Safed has also become a hub for artists and creatives and wields a profound influence on numerous artists hailing from Israel and beyond its borders. The city's picturesque landscapes, with views of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights, inspire artists to create a diverse range of artworks. The Artists' Campus serves as a captivating showcase for their creative endeavors, where you can also acquire some of these remarkable works. There are numerous galleries and studios where local and international artists exhibit their paintings, sculptures, and crafts. Explore a diverse array of art forms, from paintings rendered in various techniques to Judaica, glass art, jewelry, photography, and sculptures.
The nearby areas offer a diverse range of experiences that showcase the beauty and cultural richness of the Galilee region. The Galilee is a hiker’s paradise – head to Meron Mountain, where you can hike to the summit and visit the tomb of the famous mystic Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. Nearby nature reserves like the Hula Valley and Banias Nature Reserves provide opportunities for birdwatching, hiking, and immersing yourself in the region's natural beauty. The Banias Nature Reserve also features ancient ruins and a stunning waterfall. Sample the diverse flavors of the Galilee by visiting local wineries, olive oil producers, and goat farms. The region is famous for its wine, cheeses, and olive oils, and many establishments offer tastings and tours.
Of all the hotels in Safed, Fattal's Canaan Hotel is the pinnacle of hospitality. It offers spectacular panoramic views, scrumptious Galilean cuisine, and a pampering spa in addition to unmatched comfort and elegance.