The Beer Sheva Apartments by Master are in a dynamic neighbourhood that boasts a wealth of dining options, from ethnic restaurants serving street food and budget eats, to mid-range and refined establishments that serve gourmet fare. There’s also plenty to do for shopaholics. A mix and old and new around these parts captivated the essence of the desert and its nomadic culture, although it would take a trained eye and imagination to notice it.
When Israel was formed in 1948, Beer Sheva was just a small village with a few thousands of inhabitants. Today it mushroomed into a bustling metropolis of over 220000 people, and the population is expected to grow to 340,000 by 2030 mainly due to the hi-tech developments that make the city a promising hub of innovation and entrepreneurship.
When you stay in a Beer Sheva Apartment by Master, you enjoy all the comforts of home and amenities usually available in high-end hotels: high-speed Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, complimentary coffee and teas, free toiletries, in-room entertainment, and many other perks.
The apartments are all in a new building and are carefully designed for comfort and functionality. The décor is contemporary-timeless, in muted, yet youthful colours that make your stay pleasantly blissful and stress-free. All beds have quality matrasses and premium cotton bedding.
All guests staying in Beer Sheva Apartments by Master can take advantage of exclusive services available around the clock, including private concierge and dedicated customer support. Master staff are experienced hospitality professionals with a passion for city life, culture, history, art, and activities. You don’t need a travel guide in Beer Sheva: the masters of the city are ready to make your vacation the experience of a lifetime. Ask us anything about off-the-beaten-path attractions, and we will reveal Beer Sheva’s best-hidden secrets.
Guests of the Beer Sheva Apartments by Master are close to shopping and dining, and have easy access to parks, urban hiking, popular cultural attractions and architectural landmarks, like Carasso Science Park, the Negev Museum of Art, the Turkish Railway Station, Abraham’s Well, and the beautiful Allenby Garden. The Ben Gurion Airport (IATA: TLV) is 98 kilometres away.