Choose the hillside Crowne Plaza Jerusalem hotel next to the International Congress Centre for views over the golden city, relaxed business facilities and free Wi-Fi.
This hip, boutique designer hotel has a relaxed atmosphere and interested animated art installations.
Enjoy the convenience of being in the heart of the city and the luxury of Jerusalem's most iconic 5-star hotel.
High on the hills of Mount Scopus, the Dan Jerusalem Hotel offers luxury accommodations with easy access to nearby attractions.
This luxury Jerusalem hotel has an ideal location, a 5-minute walk from the Old City and directly across from a lush city park.
Offering a central location in Jerusalem, St. George Landmark is a modern hotel with outdoor pool, restaurant and sun terrace.
Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem is just minutes away from the Old City. It offers a new spa, an outdoor swimming pool, and elegant and spacious rooms.
A 10-minute walk to Jerusalem’s Old City, Grand Court Hotel offers a panoramic rooftop pool, free Wi-Fi, and spacious rooms.
Park Hotel Jerusalem is a short walk from Israel Museum and the Knesset parliament. Free parking and free internet are available on site.
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With a history reaching as far back as what may seem to be the beginning of time itself, Jerusalem has been a center for religious tourism and the destination of many a traveler. Conflicts over the years, and the machinations of the region notwithstanding, this Capital of Israel, with its timeless beauty provides the setting for some of the most important meetings of heads of state, worldwide business magnates and religious leaders. Thousands upon thousands of Christians, Muslims, and Jews have embarked on spiritual journeys to this holy city, as well as countless photographers, journalists and vacationers from across the globe, who have at one time or another made it their destination accounting for the almost two million people that visit each year.
The City of Gold as it has come to be known in Hebrew is sacred to the three Abrahamic sects, offering a rich religious and cultural diversity spanning the millennia. There is no better display of the physical manifestation of this cultural timelessness than the numerous examples of some of the oldest buildings in the city standing side by side with twenty-first century architectural additions. It is amazing that some have stood for over one thousand years as the city has known more than its fair share of conflict. It has been attacked, captured, recaptured, besieged, and sacked more than one hundred times combined, while being completely destroyed twice. Historians would be hard pressed to name another city anywhere in the world with such an impressive albeit violent past. Counting nearly twenty-five different historical periods spanning over four thousand years it is easy to understand the interest this city holds for so many travelers around the world today.
With the Western Wall and the Old City drawing the majority of visitors, it is the religious landmarks that continue to be the mainstay of tourism in the city. Marking the spot where Jesus was killed is the Garden Tomb on Nablus Road-also near the Old City just outside the Damascus Gate, and walking distance from many hotels. The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built late in the eleventh century by the crusaders is the holiest Christian spot on earth. Also in the Old City is the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is believed to be where Mohammad ascended to heaven; and the Qubbat Al-Sakhra or the Dome of the Rock-situated opposite the mosque-is probably the most widely known landmark in all of Jerusalem.
Home to the Dead Sea scrolls and a large scale model of what it was like in ancient times, the Israel Museum on the Temple Mount attracts over three hundred thousand tourists each year and close to a million visitors. Some of the other relatively new additions to the city are the Yad Vashem-the national holocaust memorial-housing the world's largest library of holocaust-related material, the Biblical Zoo, and the Rockefeller Museum. Most of the hotels provide bus tours to some if not all of the major attractions and historical landmarks.