Description:The hotel is situated in the American Colony, within walking distance from the Jerusalem Old City. Opened in the year 2000. Each room includes A/C, telphone, connection to fax and modem, voicemail and more.... [more]
Hechsher from: Jerusalem Rabbinate Kashrut level: Kosher or Glatt kosher (for an extra fee)
Number of rooms / apartments: N/A Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 1 (in the hotel) Kosher restaurant: 1 (in the hotel)
Conveniently located at the entrance to Jerusalem, the 5* luxurious hotel offers accomodation in various types of rooms and suites, with a beautiful view of Jerusalem. Perfect location for tours and visits of museums, historical sites and tourist spots.
Shabbat elevator, Shabbat timer (that controls the electric appliances in the room), and Shabbat keys are there for the religious guests. Meal vouchers are available for Shabbat meals.
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