With a name that means "lakes," this water-garden hotel, also part of the Isrotel chain, was designed with pure relaxation in mind. Built in 2002, the compound of four-floor buildings is set amid palm trees, emerald grass, and tropical plants, around a lagoon-shaped pool with hammocks and swing chairs. Pale green wicker chairs invite leisure time on the nearby terrace. Many rooms (all the same size) sit right over the curving waterways that flow from the pool, and all
have balconies. Recessed lighting in the rooms casts a soft light on striped sofas, bedspreads, and curtains of tobacco, blue, dark green, and dark rose, along with dark turquoise rugs.