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Jerusalem Hotels

Visit Jerusalem, a city with major significance for a number of cultures and religions. And as it’s befitting of a destination like Jerusalem, the selection of hotels are second to none.  
Jerusalem hotels are not only famous for their level of hospitality but for their locations. Consider, for instance, the David Citadel Hotel. Aside from the unrivaled luxury and white glove service characteristic of Jerusalem hotels, it offers unique views of the city’s ancient walls. It’s situated on King David Street facing the landmark “David Citadel and Tower.” As part of its allure, the David Citadel Hotel affords guest rooms from where to admire the astounding vistas. They’re all decorated with rich woods, exquisite fabrics and special lighting to compliment the surroundings. Among the amenities offered, cable televisions, large bathroom with tub and plush robes are but a few. Relax in the hotel’s new “Feng Shui” styled spa and indulge in out-of-the ordinary treatments. And don’t miss the sublime cuisines at any of the eateries on site. Jerusalem hotels are more than you’d expect.      
Select the Jerusalem Olive Tree Hotel another favorite among Jerusalem hotels. It’s close to the Old City and many of the holy places. It was constructed around a legendary old olive tree said to have provided shade for caravans that traveled to the holy city. All accommodations are spacious and lavishly fitted with essential elements. These include satellite television, telephone with voice mail, fax/modem, bathroom with tub and hair dryer. Dining at the Shalom Salam is a must. It’s the perfect place to sample delightful gourmet gastronomy. And if time allows, browse through the gift shop where you’ll have the chance to purchase olive wood items and bibles.
Many business and leisure travelers include the Inbal Jerusalem Hotel on their list of well-liked Jerusalem hotels. The Inbal was built completely from Jerusalem stone and entirely decorated with modern accessories. It sits on the corner of King David Street overlooking the Liberty Bell Park. Most of the bedrooms have windows to the neighborhood of Talbieh or the beautiful courtyard. At the eatery on premises you can savor the kosher dishes of world class chef Itzik Mizrachi and sample outstanding Israeli wines.
Choose the YMCA Three Arches Hotel when looking for less expensive Jerusalem hotels. It sits on King David Street within proximity to renowned sites. It’s not just another of the well-liked Jerusalem hotels, but a historic icon designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon who’s credited with the style of the Empire State Building in New York. Although it was built in the 1930s, all visitors’ quarters have been renovated with modern bathrooms, tasteful furnishings and modern color schemes. Its beautiful terrace is a popular dining venue. Aside from serving unforgettable food, it features memorable panoramas of Jerusalem. As in most upscale Jerusalem hotels, this one too affords a fitness center and swimming pool. The YMCA Three Arches is yet another example of fine Jerusalem hotels. And best of all, prices are reasonable.     
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