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Pesach at Dan Carmel

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The Hotel

The Dan Carmel Hotel sits high up on Mount Carmel amidst breathtaking views of Haifa Bay and the Mediterranean coastline. This classic hotel is situated on the prestigious, tree-lined Hanassi Boulevard and backs onto Haifa’s gorgeous hill-top promenade, only meters away from the magnificent Bahai Temple. The hotel is just near the attractive Carmel Center, with its many entertainment venues.


The hotel offers:

Luxurious & spacious rooms, outdoor swimming pool, sauna & fitness center. “Daniland” for children. Special programs and activities for the entire family, including lectures, “shiurim” and evenings with Hasidic music. Organized excursions in fully air conditioned buses, escorted by professional guides.

Culinary Celebration

Tour-Plus offers an excellent gourmet cuisine with an outstanding Pesach menu, which will combine the highest professional European standards with our own treasured Jewish tradition.

Accommodations: Half board+ sweet break, Shabat and Chag full board.

Kashrut: Glatt Lemehadrin, Gebrocht, Shmura Matza

Tour- Plus representative on site. Special rates for tourists

Scholars in Residence

Rabbi Yitschak Breitowitz

Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz is a Senior Lecturer in Yeshivas Ohr Somayach and at the OU Israel Center in Jerusalem. Until April 2010, he was the Rabbi of the Woodside Synagogue in Silver Spring, Maryland and Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Law School. Rabbi Dr. Yitzchak Breitowitz’s scope of knowledge, brilliance, as well as a unique ability to grasp complicated material and communicate it clearly to others is legendary. He has also written many basic source books on Jewish values for NCSY, an organization that does Jewish outreach to teenagers. He received his rabbinic ordination from the Ner Israel Rabbinical College; his BA from Johns Hopkins University and JD from Harvard Law School, magna cum laude. He has written and lectured extensively both in the United States and Israel on the interface of halacha and contemporary society.

Rabbi Breitowitz lives in Yerushalaim

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