Part of an international chain of hip hostels that all have a co-working focus, the Selina Kinneret has an enviable lakeshore location, meaning its young guests can do their morning (included) yoga class on the sands. That’s just one of the many activities at the Selina; it also hosts live music, craft markets, kids classes, nightly beach parties by a bonfire, and other events. Guests have a choice of dorm accommodations, or private rooms with what we’d call a flea market aesthetic (a mix of found furnishings, plus brightly colored walls and curtains). A fresh Israeli breakfast is included with both options, and the hotel is trying to attract families, so it can provide baby beds, high chairs, and other gear, for an additional fee. Overall: a good, reasonably priced option—although it will be louder than many other lakeside spots.