Description: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 spo... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 2 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 3 (Yad Tamar, Ohel Rivka & many more) Kosher restaurant: 5 ("The Coffe Shop")
Beautiful, self-catering accommodation on Aza Road. A studio for two and a suite for up to six guests;
Central location; Beautifully furnished; Lovely Jerusalem view from the suite; A charming balcony in the studio; The suite sleeps 2 in bedroom + sofa-beds for 4; The studio sleeps two;
Each apartment has: A private entrance; A large bathroom; Heating & air-conditioning; Cable TV; Free ADSL Internet connection; A private kitchenette (Kosher / dairy - optional) with: Fridge, microwave oven, cooking ring, kettle, utensils; A washing macine (plus dryer in the suite); An iron and ironing board; A hair dryer; Fresh towels & linen; A solar water heater.
See pictures and more information in our web site:
(Not on Shabbat, please)
All our rates include VAT, city tax, Cable TV, fast ADSL Internet connection, reasonable electricity consumption, water etc. They do not include extra cleaning, laundry and food.
Reservations are confirmed upon receipt of a 50% non-refundable deposit and the balance is paid upon arrival.
Check-in on Sundays to Thursdays is from 2:00 PM and on Fridays from 12:30 to 3:00 PM. Check-out on Sundays to Thursdays is by 11:00 AM and on Fridays by 9:00 AM. Please note that we don't work on Shabbat and Jewish holidays.
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