Jerusalem Hotels

Looking for recommended Jerusalem hotels? You've come to the right place.

All the big international hotel chains have a presence in Jerusalem, with big hotels mainly on the west side of the city.

In my recommendations below I tried to include unique hotel choices that give you an experience that typifies the city and Israel in general.

The King David Hotel - 5 stars

If you have the cash, the King David can and will deliver. It is probably the best “old world” hotel in Israel, and is a member of the “leading hotels of the world.” In this hotel you will usually find VIP’s and celebrities (that is, if you care to meet them).

The hotel is located in an upscale area, very close to all the major attractions and overlooking the old city – it has a great view. The decoration is unique with a sort of Middle Eastern style mixed with Art Deco.

The breakfast buffet is amazing and probably one of the best in Israel. On arrival there are complimentary fruits and drinks, as well as many other amenities.

The pool, the gardens and the terrace are simply gorgeous. You should expect service of the highest quality, as most staff have been working there for years.

I can go on and on but to conclude I can tell you that while staying in this hotel it feels like the king is still there! It is undoubtedly the best of the best of all the Jerusalem hotels!

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Here is a short video that will help you get a better idea about the King David Hotel:

Harmony Hotel - 3-4 stars

Harmony is a rather small boutique hotel with modern decor. But don't get me wrong - this hotel is fantastic! The service and cleanliness of the rooms is remarkable.

It has a great location and is only 10 minutes walk from the Old City along Jaffa Road. The hotel has a good complimentary breakfast that includes eggs, salads, cheeses, tuna, salmon, yogurts, fruits, breads, sweets and beverages.

In their nice lounge you can find a pool table and an afternoon complimentary happy hour – including drinks and snacks. There are lots of restaurants and nice cafes around the hotel area. The hotel is new and hip, and amenities include free Wi-Fi internet access and in-room refrigerator.

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Here is a short video that will help you get a better idea about the Harmony Hotel:

Eldan Hotel - 3 stars

The Eldan gives you great value for your money.

And it is reasonably priced.

The hotel is owned by a big local car rental company – with the same name - Eldan. So if you're looking for a hotel AND a rental car you can get a good double deal through them.

Eldan has the kind of location that is unrivaled in Jerusalem. Only the above recommended King David Hotel – which is across the street from Eldan - has that kind of location. But with the Eldan hotel you will be paying a lot less.

The Eldan hotel is not luxurious but it is clean and very comfortable.

The staff are very helpful as well. Breakfast is ample and will keep you going for a while. Overall, the Eldan is a great choice among Jerusalem hotels.

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So there you have it - my recommended hotels in Jerusalem... try one of them and I'm sure you will have a great stay!

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