Knesset Tower Hotel Jerusalem (Jerusalem)


Knesset Tower Hotel Jerusalem (Jerusalem)
Knesset Tower Hotel Jerusalem

country: Israel, city: Jerusalem (Central Location)

Knesset Tower Hotel Jerusalem Knesset Tower Hotel Jerusalem

Location
Knesset Tower Hotel is placed close to the entrance of Jerusalem and within walking distance of the city's main tourist attractions such as the Israel Museum, the Knesset, the New Supreme Court, the Bible Land Museum and the Israel Convention Centre. Other places of interest include the Mahane Yehuda Market, Chagall Windows, Mount of Olives, Yad Vashem and several others.

Rooms
The hotel offers 200 rooms that are comfortable, well furnished and equipped with modern amenities. Rooms for disabled guests and non-smokers are also available.

Restaurant
The Knesset Tower Hotel offers a selection of restaurants, including the Apple Tree dining room, which serves sumptuous buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

General
Hotel facilities further include an outdoor swimming pool with spacious gardens, modern health spa including indoor pool, two jacuzzi's and fitness centre. In addition, there is also a souvenir shop, baby-sitting service, laundry and dry-cleaning.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Gymnasium
Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Laundry facilities
Lobby
Lounge
Reception
Restaurant
Spa
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Balcony / Terrace
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:

Address:
44 Wilhai Street
Jerusalem 35435


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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