Description:The Abratel Suites Hotel offers accommodation in 24 deluxe suites and 6 double rooms. It is centrally located close to the sea, and near many of Tel Aviv's attractions. Rates vary between $140 to $220, depending on type of room and view.... [more]
The Jewish life in London is concentrated mainly in the Borough of Barnet (northern part of Outer London) which is about 15% Jewish. Synagogues, kosher restaurants and shops and various Jewish institutions are most typical for the suburb of Golders Green, although the Jewish life is spreading to other parts of Barnet as well (notably Finchley).
Kosher restaurants in Golders Green serve Israeli (Dizengoff) as well as ethnic (Met Su Yan oriental, Kavanna Indian) and obviously traditional European Jewish cuisine.
The large chareidi (ultra-orthodox) community of London (with Satmar and Belz being the largest local hassidic congregations) is living in Borough of Hackney Stamford Hill is in fact the largest Jewish suburb in all of Europe. Thanks to very high birth-rates within the chareidi community the Jewish population of Hackney is growing fast (doubling approx every 17 years).
London Borough of Haringey has also significant Jewish population.
Among the most important synagogues in London are the Bevis Marks Synagogue (2 Henage St., Aldgate tube) and The New West End Synagogue (St. Petersburgh Place, Bayswater tube).