Dan Hotels Reopen as Israel Allows Airlines to Resume Flights


With Israel on track for a reopening of tourism, the country's largest luxury hotel chain Dan Hotels has announced it will be reopening its hotels. 

Tourism is expected to pick up again in Israel thanks to the country's strong vaccine rollout (over 55% of Israel's population has already received at least one dose of vaccine, and 49% has received both doses, according to figures from the Israeli government) and the reopening of its airports to foreign airlines on 16 March for Israelis and foreign citizens with special permits. 

Dan Hotels' historic flagship King David Hotel in Jerusalem reopened on 18 March. Some of the group's other hotels had been open sporadically over the pandemic period to house visiting government delegations or airline crews.

Read the full article on Dan Hotels reopening on our sister publication Travel Agent Central.