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The holiday of Sukkot is synonymous with joy. In Israel, the merriment of the “season of rejoicing” is palpable –with the celebrations literally being brought on to the street.

Parks and museums hold special events, with live music, craft booths and food trucks in abundance. The traditional festivities of “Simchat Beit HaShoeivah”, which take place during the intermediate celebratory days, creates street parties which go on into the wee hours of the night. On the “restricted” days, there’s music in the air from the thousands of families singing in the Sukkahs, which line the pathway and yards, and which adorn balconies and occupy parking lots.


As one of the most vibrant holidays in the country, it’s no wonder that it’s the most popular tourist seasons as well. While there is no other experience like the one of Sukkot in Israel, there is one element that many tourists crave – the intimacy of gathering with family and friends in their very own Sukkah.

Dwelling in the Sukkah, for many observant and traditional Jews, is a quintessential activity of Sukkot which can lose its magic when conducted in a spiritless dining room style Sukkah found in hotels. While renting an apartment is an option, the logistics of preparing it without actually being in the country can become daunting – and not exactly the ideal way to start a vacation.

Luckily there is a new lodging option for tourists in Israel who are seeking home comforts without compromising on luxury accommodations – Sweet Inn – and the name says it all!

This new enterprise spanning the cities of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv (as well as many European cities), provides a hotel-like concierge experience with personalized services for their guests. Sweet Inn Jerusalem is no exception, offering high quality, short term rentals in the most prominent parts of the city, each designed by local interior designers with an emphasized effort on infusing the surrounding neighborhood’s unique character into the design. When it comes to Sukkot, this service extends to constructing and decorating a sukkah as well.

At Sweet Inn, guests have the option to customize their stay exactly as they choose with a selection of “a la carte” additional services, from arriving to a custom stocked fridge, to setting up a local smartphone to car rentals, housekeeping and grocery deliveries throughout their stay. Beyond that, Sweet Inn can arrange for tickets to local events, tour guides and more. They even offer insider tips to the city which gives tourists an authentic, enchanting perspective of a foreign city and an access to the Sweet Inn app which provides 24/7 customer care and assistance.

Sweet Inn is the ideal solution for tourists seeking an authentic holiday experience, while being pampered by the city’s local staff who are always ready to meet lodger’s every need. Many Sweet Inn apartments include a balcony where a kosher Sukkah can be assembled, providing an intimate setting with a stunning backdrop for its guests to connect to the spirit of the holiday.

To experience Sukkot in Jerusalem is to experience true joy. To experience Sukkot in Sweet Inn in Jerusalem is to experience the essence of the season of rejoicing.

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