The Scots Hotel in Tiberias, along the Sea of Galilee, is an old world treasure, carefully refurbished to maintain the antiquity of the place, while adding new luxury comforts for an ultimate stay in the ancient land of Israel.
This boutique hotel complex, owned by The Church of Scotland, comprises several sensitively refurbished 19th-century basalt stone buildings together with a “new build” main bedroom block. The Scots Hotel is uniquely situated in the center of Tiberias with direct frontage on to the Sea of Galilee.
Most of the guest rooms at the Scots have windows overlooking the beautiful Galilee. As the sunlight pours in, the sumptuous room space is made known. A large bed lays at the center of the room with several pillows and a soft comforter. Outlining the room are the exposed basalt stone walls, a unique reminder of the history of the Scots.
A half-sized Olympic pool is located in the hotel’s spacious and relaxing beach garden where you can enjoy expansive lawns and views of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan Heights. The hotel’s public areas include fine lawns, with ornate shrubbery and a herb garden, together with an ecological fish pond.
Aside from beautiful aesthetics, the hotel also includes a fine dining restaurant. The hotel restaurant is located in David Building which was the original hospital. Dining on the verandah of the restaurant is possible during most seasons of the year, allowing guests to look out on spectacular views of the Sea of Galilee and the Golan HeightsRequest Information