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Spa hotel opens at wine region in the hills of Jerusalem

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July 18, 2013

Spa hotel opens at wine region in the hills of Jerusalem

Hotel Cramim, a new spa hotel, has been unveiled at the heart of the wine region of Judea, just 15 minutes from Jerusalem in Israel.

Located in the hills of Jerusalem, the hotel is built on a wooden ridge, close to Highway 1 that runs between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Covering an area of 2,000sq m (21,528sq ft), the spa features 21 modern treatment rooms, including two double treatment rooms that including spa pools.

Alongside the treatment rooms is a solarium where guests can look at the mountainous view of the entrance to Jerusalem.

The menu of treatments will combine physical therapies with facial and beauty treatments.

International skincare experts the?Christina Company?has developed a Chateau de Beaute Vinotherapy line that will feature on the spa menu.

Chateau de Beaute Vinotherapy provides treatments suitable for men and women that are rich in antioxidants derived from wine and grape extracts and also from peptides.

Signature treatments include the Cabernet & Merlot Grape Seed Oil Bath involving a grape seed oil massage and a wine bath with Cabernet and Merlot grape seed oil.

Skincare brand Dermalogica will also feature with a range of beauty, cleansing and anti-aging treatments on offer.

Other highlights on the menu include ayurveda and Thai-inspired massages and a selection of romantic couples experiences.

Spa guests can avail of a range of facilities including: Turkish baths: spa pools; steamrooms; saunas; and a relaxation room with alternating lights and a selection of treats.

An inner bar will offer a range of drinks and light meals, so that spa guests don?t need to leave the area.

The spa also houses a fully-equipped gym and workout studios, which can also be used as rooms for group activities.

Hotel Cramim?s 155 rooms and suites face the Jerusalem hills, and feature balconies overlooking the mountainous landscape.

With its opening, the hotel will join Isrotel?s group of Isrotel Exclusive Collection hotels including Royal Beach Eilat, Carmel Forest Resort and Spa, Bereshit Hotel on the edge of the Ramon Crater, and the Royal Beach Hotel in Tel Aviv.

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