History and Description of Palacio Domain Safed Luxury Boutique Hotel Building:
Updated: May 11, 2019
One of the most historically resonant countries on the planet, Israel remains a mystery to many travelers. Few realize that beyond Jerusalem and Tel Aviv it is a Promised Land for those seeking unique, enriching encounters. Among its best-kept secrets is the 5,400-year-old city of Safed in Upper Galilee. A place that honors its past, it is a fitting home for the Palacio Domain that blends the warm charms and elegance of a unique Boutique Hotel with the atmosphere and comforts of a private Mansion. Its refined personality is shaped by its architecture—a 12th-century former palace from the Mameluke era approximately ( 1000 years old) which has been totally restored and rebuild for a period of 10 years to its original beauty. As you explore the public areas, you will discover high ceilings, elegant archways and an abundance of airy public space with beautifully crafted arched lobbies, the décors with its notably majestic furnishings combining European and Asian antiques with modern accents reflect the building’s Palatial origins enhancing the individually decorated deluxe rooms, suites and large Penthouses with each room boasting different views of the Old City and the mountains of Galilee. Spacious patios with breathtaking panoramic views of the old city and outlying mountains views while savoring the fresh air that comes from a location of 3,200 feet above sea level.