King David Hotel Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel

At a Glance

  • Rooms either overlook the Old City wall or the New City

  • Gorgeous public spaces adorned with historical motifs

  • Spacious garden and huge swimming pool

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The best time to visit climate-wise is in spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November), when the daytime temperatures aren't too extreme. Winter can be cold and rainy in some areas.

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Located on an elevated site, King David Hotel Jerusalem offers the guests one of the most stunning views of the Old City . A great blend of its rich history background and the classic design with royal elegance, ensuring maximum comfort to every guest

King David Jerusalem is in the exclusive Yemin Moshe neighborhood and a 15 minutes walk from the hotel will bring you to the heart of the Old City. The palatial European-designed limestone building, completed in 1931, was built by the Egyptian-Jewish Mosseri family. Its dignified public spaces are adorned with Assyrian, Hittite, Phoenician and Muslim motifs evoking a sense of history, fitting for a hotel which has been the setting for many world changing events. T

All 233 rooms and suites stand out for their elegance, luxury and comfort. The suites are especially popular with breathtaking view of the Jerusalem's Old City walls. 

There are two restaurants in the hotel offering exquisite dining experience. The La Regence offer one of Jerusalem's finest dining experience, highlighting creative menu using the superb local ingredients and subtle  Middle Eastern spcies and herbs. The King's Garden Restaurant located  on the terrace above the hotel's garden offers diners a great dining atmosphere with menus that reflect Israel's great ethnic diversity. The elegant Oriental Bar and Poolside snack bar offers other options on a drink or a light meal.

Surrounded by the most luscious lawns and gardens of Jerusalem, the stunning and refreshing swimming pools also comes with a separate Children's pool and play area. Other facilites include a fitness center and a luxurious hotel spa with finnish saunas to rejuvenate and freshen your body.

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  • Beit Guvrin's Secret Underworld

    See the burial caves, hideouts, and dovecotes in the UNESCO-listed Beit Guvrin. Highlights include Cave of the Musicians, Bell Caves and Roman Ampitheater.

  • Bethlehem: Birthplace of Jesus Christ

    Visit the birthplace of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem including Church of Nativity, Milk Grotto Chapel and King David's Well. Time permitting, visit the Walled Off Hotel for its museum and galleries.

  • Dead Sea Relaxation

    A once-in-a-lifetime experience, try to float in the mineral-rich Dead Sea!

  • Ein Karem

    See a different face of this iconic city as you visit the ancient village of Ein Karem, home to the St John the Baptist Church and Church of Visitation.

  • Hebron

    Explore the arched roofs and alleys of the souk, the Mosque of Abraham, the synagogue and the glass factory.

  • Hezekiah's Tunnels

    Take an adventurous walk through the Hezekiah's Tunnels, once constructed by King Hezekiah to bring water supply into the city.

  • Israel Museum

    Highlight of the Israel Museum includes the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea scrolls are displayed, as well as the Holy Land Model during the times of Jesus Christ.

  • Jericho

    Pass through the world's oldest city, making brief photo stops at Sycamore Tree and Mount of Temptation.

  • Kotel Tunnels

    Let us take you through the depths of Israel's history as seen from the Western Wall Tunnels, stretching almost half a kilometer to uncover segments of the Wall hidden from plain slight.

  • Mahane Yehuda Market

    An authentic experience through Mahane Yehuda, Jerusalem's largest market and one of the most famous in Middle East.

  • Masada

    Make a trip to Qumran Cave where the famous Dead Sea Scroll was discovered and take a cable car ride to the top of Masada Fortress.

  • Night Spectacular Light Show at the Citadel

    In the evening, enjoy Sound & Light Show at the Citadel (closed on Friday).

  • Old Jerusalem Tour: Highlights of the Holy Land

    Follow Jesus' path from Zion Gate through Jewish Quarter, Wailing Wall, Dome of the Rock, Kotel Tunnels, Tomb of the Virgin Mary, Garden of Gethsemane, Way of the Cross, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Armenian & Christian Quarters and Mount Zion.

  • Old Jerusalem Tour: Second Time's the Charm

    See the Old Jerusalem from another perspective as you climb over the ramparts of Tower of David, followed by a visit to Mount Zion, home to three major Christian sites.

  • Old Jerusalem: Christian Quarter

    Follow the footprints during Jesus' crucifixion day into the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

  • Old Jerusalem: Dome of the Rock

    Visit the holiest shrine of Jerusalem: the iconic Dome of the Rock.

  • Old Jerusalem: Jewish Quarter & Wailing Wall

    Start from the Zion Gate which leads to the Jewish Quarter of the Old City, there you will see the famous Wailing Wall and its holiest shrine of Dome of the Rock.

  • Old Jerusalem: Mount of Olives

    Visit Mount of Olives with panoramic city view, Church of All Nations and its Jewish cemetery.

  • Old Jerusalem: Mount Zion

    Make a visit to Mount Zion, located just outside the Old City walls, it is home to three major sites: The Tomb of King David, The Room of the Last Supper and the Church of the Dormition.

  • Old Jerusalem: Tomb of Virgin Mary & Gethsemane Garden

    Pay a visit to the Tomb of the Virgin Mary and the adjacent Garden of Gethsemane. These Christian sites are historically linked to both prayer and betrayal.

  • Old Jerusalem: Tower of David

    See Jerusalem's history from the Tower of David and the citadel's museum. Walk over the ramparts of the Old City to see the historic Holy Land from a different perspective!

  • Ramallah

    This tour of Ramallah will bring you to the Yasser Arafat Museum and his memorial tomb.

  • Traditional Shabbat Dinner with Local Family

    Feast on various home-made Jewish delicacies with a local family when you stay in Jerusalem.

  • Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial

    Dedicated in memories of the brave Jews who fought against the Nazi oppressors, a visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial is an inspiring experience.

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Jerusalem, Israel

Located in the exclusive Yemin Moshe neighborhood and a 15 minutes walk from King David Hotel Jerusalem will bring you to the heart of the Old City.

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