Looking for luxury hotels in Jerusalem?
Here is our list of the 7 best deluxe hotels in the Holy City. Find out what makes each of these hotels in Jerusalem special, and which one is the best fit for YOU! If you prefer more intimate, luxury lodging, read about the best boutique hotels in Jerusalem.
You can use the map below to find the exact location of each hotel, and its proximity to the Jerusalem tourist attractions.
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Location: 23 King David St. in the City Center. Just a 5 - 10 minute walk to the Old City's Jaffa Gate.
Its not just an amazing hotel, the King David is a historic Jerusalem landmark. Opened in 1931 and renovated in 2013, The King David Hotel is the epitome of old world elegance, but with all the modern perks and conveniences we expect in the 21st century.
The rooms are comfortable and airy, and many have stunning panoramic views of the Old City, especially from higher floors.
Unique for Jerusalem, the hotel boasts landscaped gardens, tennis courts, a health spa, fitness center and both a heated indoor poor and a great outdoor pool.
Besides the excellent La Regence Restaurant serving gourmet cuisine, there are 4 other dining options including the Terrace Lounge overlooking the Old City and the Oriental Bar.
Even if you don't plan on staying here, The King David Hotel is worth a visit.King David Hotel - Find best rates, latest reviews and check availability
Location: 26 King David St. in the City Center. Just a 5 - 10 minute walk to the Old City's Jaffa Gate.
The Mamilla Hotel is the hotel for you if you prefer sleek and ultra-modern decor, without compromising on the unique historic vibe of Jerusalem. Designed by Italian world-class Interior Designer Piero Lissoni, the Mamilla has dark wood floors, natural Jerusalem stone and glass walls in the rooms.
The hotel is on the restored Mamilla Avenue, a restored pedestrian shopping street. You'll find designer shops, restaurants and cafes amid historic buildings, day and night.
Like most other deluxe hotels in Jerusalem, the Mamilla has a wonderful health spa, indoor pool and fitness center.
It is known for its Mirror cocktail bar, and our favorite -
Thee Rooftop Brasserie with spectacular views of Jerusalem!
Location: 26-28 Agron St. in the City Center. Just a 5 - 10 minute walk to the Old City's Jaffa Gate.
The Waldorf Astoria, a Hilton hotel, is housed in the historic Palace Hotel which was originally constructed in the 1930's. The renovated exterior blends Roman and Ottoman architecture. The overall ambience is elegant, 1920's opulence with modern touches.
The luxurious rooms are spacious, and many have large balconies with amazing city views.
The Waldorf is home to a French brasserie, a gourmet Italian restaurant, the wonderful Kings Court atrium cafe and the rooftop Garden Terrace lounge. (Note for those who care: the Waldorf is strictly 'glatt kosher' and is supervised by Badatz Rubin, Badatz Kehilot, and Badatz Mahadrin Yerushalim.)
Unlike the other top deluxe hotels in Jerusalem, the Waldorf Astoria doesn't have a swimming pool, spa or health club.Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem - Find best rates, latest reviews and check availability
Location: 1 Louis Vincent St. in East Jerusalem. A 15 minute walk to the Old City's Damascus Gate.
Like the King David Hotel, The American Colony is a Jerusalem institution.
It is the oldest hotel in the city and was initially built as a palace for an Ottoman dignitary and his four wives in the late 19th century! There are four separate buildings (one for each wife perhaps) with antique furniture, lovely colonial and Middle Eastern decor and beautiful Armenian mosaics.
The hotel is perfect if you want to get a feel for East Jerusalem. In the Courtyard, they serve British tea and scones, as well as strong Turkish coffee flavored with cardamom.
Because of its location on the border between Jewish West and Arabic East Jerusalem, the American Colony Hotel is popular with foreign diplomats and media. You can especially find them at the famous Cellar Bar at night...
The rooms are charmingly decorated and each one is a bit different from the other.
Amenities at the American Colony hotel include a beautiful, heated outdoor pool set amid lush gardens, a fitness center and sauna.
Even if you choose to stay elsewhere, we recommend a visit to the American Colony to soak in its unique history and ambience.American Colony Hotel - Find best rates, latest reviews and check availability
Location: 7 King David St. in the City Center. Just a 5 - 10 minute walk to the Old City's Jaffa Gate.
The David Citadel hotel has stunning views of the Tower of David and the Old City walls from the terraces, restaurants and many guest rooms.
Since its renovation in 2015 by Italian designer Piero Lissoni, the David Citadel is considered one of the top hotels in Jerusalem and is frequented by the political and business VIPs of Jerusalem. The ambience is bright and modern, the furniture is comfortable and luxurious.
Amenities include a health spa, a very well equipped fitness center and a huge, heated outdoor swimming pool.
Its restaurants include a tasty Sushi Bar, and the outdoor Grill Bar by the pool.
Location: 3 Emek Refa'im Street in the German Colony, a fifteen minute walk to the Old City's Jaffa Gate and Zion Gate.
The Orient Hotel, part of the Isrotel Hotel Group is the newest luxury hotel in Jerusalem.
It is located in the German Colony, a beautiful residential neighborhood originally settled by the German Templar community with charming buildings from the 1800's.
Because it is new and modern, everything is sparkling and in mint condition.
The rooms are cozy and comfortable and have king sized beds.
The bathrooms are spacious and luxurious, with glass enclosed showers and a separate tub.
Amenities include a stunning rooftop pool, a heated indoor pool, fittness center, sauna and spa which includes a Turkish hammam.Orient Hotel - Find best rates, latest reviews and check availability
Location: Liberty Bell Park, 3 Jabotinsky St. near Yemin Moshe neighborhood
The Inbal is a 15 -20 minute walk to both Jaffa Gate and Zion Gate to the Old City. It is just near leafy Liberty Bell Park, not far from the quaint Yemin Moshe neighborhood built in the 1890's with its iconic Montefiore Windmill.
The Inbal is a 5-star hotel that feels like home. Its luxury is more modest than the other deluxe hotels in Jerusalem.
The rooms are large and pleasant. We recommend you ask for an exterior room so you can enjoy the view..
Hotel amenities include a health spa, fitness centre, a sauna and a large heated, open-air pool that is covered during the winter.Inbal Hotel - Find best rates, latest reviews and check availability
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