The King David, a Jerusalem landmark placed within the center of the city, is historically recognized as Israel’s most magnificent and lavish hotel. Playing host to the world’s movers and shakers and entertaining the likes of princesses and emperors, it boasts 237 rooms. Restaurants are daring and unique, presenting Israel’s ethnic diversity at its best. The phenomenon that is Jerusalem is blessed by the infinite activities in the area, from museums to ancient stomping grounds and bazaars fraught with bargainers. For those who prefer spending time at the hotel, check out the fitness areas and personal care services where treatment is comparable to the ancient times when Jerusalem was the centre of a small world. Today, travelers still leave this wondrous city in a state of awe.
The King David - Jerusalem Hotel include a multitude of services, including concierge, shopping Arcade, laundry and dry cleaning and taxi transportation. There is also free private parking, with a limited number of parking spaces. 24-Hour Room Service is available to all guests, as well as unlimited CNN News and cable TV. Use the Internet and e-mail from the comfort of your room, with a fast wire Internet connection (Wi-Fi). Also access fax, modem and PC connections in rooms. Receive messages on your private voicemail system. Rooms also include mini-bar, hairdryer, and bathroom scale. Make your purchases within the hotel at the gift shop and newspaper stand. Also take a look at some of the jewelry available within the arcade. If you have a chance, pass by the art gallery. Otherwise, relax in the beauty salon. For the travelers, the King David Hotel also has a car rental kiosk. The Business Centre has been set up for those who require the solidity of an office environment.
The King David - Jerusalem Hotel houses 237 rooms including 32 Special rooms and Suites, 1 Presidential, and 1 Royal Suite. All rooms and suites have been granted safe, double-glazed windows, multi-channel cable TV, towel warmer, and individual temperature control. Certain rooms and most suites feature on-line faxes and modems based on advanced ISDN technology. All rooms on the 1st to 4th floors are equipped with electrical appliances in rooms. Bedside control units for all the electrical appliances in rooms on the 1st - 4th floors. The number of guests per room is limited to three people.
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The restaurants at the King David Hotel include La Regence (Grill Room), King’s Garden Restaurant, the Oriental Bar, and the Poolside Snack bar. La Regence Grill Room is one of Jerusalem’s finest dining experiences, served in the distinguished grill room. Rich and defined décor, a wonderful view and a lush garden terrace. The distinctive menu is highlighted by various local treats and the delicated subtlety of Middle Eastern spices and herbs. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner from 12:30pm to 11pm, and closed Friday evenings and Saturdays. A notable specialty is the lamb cutlets served with either Province fries or homemade potato and chive puree. The King’s Garden restaurant hangs over the vibrant gardens and pool, where one may savor a contemporary, highly flavorful dining experience managed by a team of expert chefs putting the best of their skills to use in a dairy, fish, and vegetarian fiesta that is a testament to Israel’s ethnic range.
The King David Jerusalem Hotel prides itself on its swimming pool, fitness center, tennis court, and massages. In addition to the children's pool, young guests can enjoy themselves in the adjoining play area. All are free of charge, except the massages. Locally, there are plenty of activities to experience and get involved in. To begin with, one must make themselves aware of all the history Jerusalem has to offer. Jerusalem is the centerpiece of any visit to Israel, whether as a destination in its own right or as the leading attraction of a cultural or religious pilgrimage. As the revered birthplace of Judaism and Christianity, and major holy city in Islam’s formation, Jerusalem’s significance is complex for nearly every visitor. Weaving ones way through the city, one has the choice of starting in the Old City with its clusters of religious lore and ancient footsteps, the eternal Dead Scrolls, or the Mount of Olives.
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