Jews celebrate Sukkot. The holiday was made for the Jews to remember what it was like for them when they were leaving Egypt and going into Israel.
Sukkot is an Autumn harvest festival and Shavuot is a Summer Harvest festival.
All of the usual prayers, plus the special prayers added on all holidays. But the prayers for rain are central to Sukkot.
There is no specific meal for Sukkot. Jews eat whatever they would like on Sukkot (provided that it is kosher).
Almost all Jews celebrate Hanukkah.
They celebrate it with the holiday of Sukkot (Leviticus ch.23). In keeping with the Torah's command, most Jews either build a structure called a sukkah, which is like the shelters the ancient Isrealites stayed in, or have one at their synagogue.
All over the world, in every country where Jews live.
All Orthadox Jews Celebrate Chanukkah, almost all non-Orthodox Jews also celebrate it as well.
The Sukkot Festival is Jewish holiday, and a festival.It's when they eat and have a big party in a giant tent.
No, there is no requirement to stay in a hotel during Sukkot. In fact, the requirement of Sukkot is that you build a temporary shelter to sleep in.
Irish Jews celebrate Passover the same way as Jews all over the world.