An Ultimate Trip of History & Culture in Jerusalem with David Citadel Hotel

Explore the City of Jerusalem and turn the pages of history at the new restored David Citadel Hotel.

David Citadel, one of the most prestigious hotels in Jerusalem, celebrates its 20th anniversary. The David Citadel invites you to explore the magic of the old city and the vibrant downtown of Jerusalem and experience an ultimate trip of history and culture that Jerusalem has to offer with the great value stay packages.

Jerusalem: The Magical City

Jerusalem is second to none for being a magical and charming city that presents itself through the historical architects and fascinating cultures.

Visitors of Jerusalem can spend days just strolling along the streets and the downtown of Jerusalem; to Jaffa Gate where the entrance of the Old City located through The Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Temple Mount, the Western Wall Tunnels and the Oriental bazaar. Apart from the well-known Old City, visitors can enjoy some shopping at Mamilla Mall, visiting Ben Yehuda Street for street musicians, going to MeaShearim for witnessing the culture of the old-world Jewry in modern times and exploring Israeli cafe culture.

Adding to the list, visiting Mahane Yehuda Market and Nahlaot are the not-to-be-missed destinations, from these places, you will enjoy the an ecletic mix of traditional Middle Eastern and modern alternative culture and walk through the bustling shuk, soak in the atmosphere and get some snacks from the local vendors. For museum lovers, Islamic Art Museum in Talbiya is a perfect trip for the day to see the most unique and interesting art pieces including the Sir David Salomons Collection of timepieces from the Islamic Empire and the crown jewel, Shrine of the Book, which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Aleepo Codex, 2 of the oldest written copies of the Bible, plus other permanent and special exhibitions, modern art collection and the beautiful art garden. For a day trip, visitors can visit its nearby world-famous Masada, ruins of the ancient empire since the Roman time, and the Dead Sea.

Restoring the Architecture

The David Citadel hotel which was recently renovated under the skillful hands of world-renowned architect Piero Lissoni. The renewal of the well-established hotel included the redesign of the public spaces, suites, and guest rooms, as well as the lobby, the pool, the spa, the gym, the banqueting spaces, the dining room, and the executive lounge. Overlooking Jerusalem’s old city walls, the David Citadel hotel enjoys a stunning location in a city steeped in thousands of years of history, culture, and tradition.

In honour of the David Citadel hotel’s 20th Anniversary, the grand hotel is offering guests several commemorative packages throughout the summer months.

For further information or reservation and Exclusive Access Pass visit their official website:


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