Dan Hotels to manage Modani luxury spa resort

The new property will focus on integrative health and wellness, a novel concept in Israel. Photo credit: Dan Hotels

Israel’s luxury chain Dan Hotels has signed a management agreement with Silverock Group Ltd. for the Modani spa resort. The property is slated to open at the end of 2021 and will join Dan’s portfolio of hotels.

The Modani will be situated on 14.3 acres in Havazelet Hasharon, just north of Netanya in central Israel. Perched on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean with private access to the beach, the Modani will feature 130 standard rooms, 14 suites and 25 suites with private garden areas, pools or terraces.

This new property will be an integrative health and wellness resort, a novel hospitality concept in Israel, focusing on various health disciplines. The project will include a spa with 17 treatment rooms, a Turkish bath, hydrotherapy and other features.

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Dan Hotels, founded in June 1947 by brothers Yekutiel and Shmuel Federmann, owns 17 hotels around the country, an international convention center and a hotel training school. The portfolio includes Jerusalem’s King David hotel, Dan Accadia Hotel Herzliya, Dan Caesarea Hotel, Dan Carmel Haifa Hotel and Dan Eilat Hotel. The company recently expanded overseas with the development and opening of the Den Hotel in Bangalore in India.

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