Standing directly opposite 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. The timeless alleyways of the Old City, the Western Wall and Tower of David, the bustling Machne Yehuda market, the Mamilla Avenue and an abundance of New City attractions are all within easy walking distance from this landmark hotel in Jerusalem.
Originally designed by Moshe Safdie, winner of the AIA Gold Medal, the David Citadel's well-planned public spaces and 385 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites have recently received a facelift by renowned Italian designer Piero Lissoni who introduced the warm atmosphere of Jerusalem through natural lighting, traditional colors and rich artworks painted by David Roberts during his 1834 Grand Tour. Lissoni's vision included oak parquet flooring, abundant greenery, soft lights and textured fabrics in a palette of rich colors that welcome guests today.
The David Citadel in Jerusalem proudly counts heads of state, high ranking officials and VIPs among its regular guests. Recently awarded the Top 10 World's Best Hotels – Africa and the Middle East 2015 by Travel + Leisure, and the Condé Nast Traveler Top 10 Best Hotels in the Middle East 2014, the David Citadel Jerusalem is indisputably one of the finest hotels in Jerusalem.
The exquisite Lobby Lounge offers a light dairy menu and panoramic views of the Old City. Our large seasonal terrace overlooking the hotel swimming pool and Jaffa Gate offers a wide variety of cuisine.
The Seasons Restaurant offers a rich Mediterranean style breakfast buffet every morning as well as sumptuous meals during the weekend and holidays.
The Pool Grill Bar, operating during the summer months, offers a meat menu and a range of snacks.
The hotel's Spa and Gym offer an urban retreat to the Jerusalem traveler. Enjoy an intimate and comfortable atmosphere in the Gym, featuring state of the art fitness equipment, aerobics classes and a serene setting overlooking the hotel’s pool and the Old City walls. The Spa, designed according to Feng Shui principles, is equipped with wet and dry saunas, 10 treatment rooms, holistic therapies and a wide range of spa treatments.
Our elegant, multi-function banquet rooms, combined with our reputation for service and quality, ensures the success of every event. A Bar or Bat Mitzvah ceremony may begin at the Western Wall and continue in our Grand Ballroom with its hand-painted Moroccan ceiling. Your wedding ceremony can take place under the stars at the poolside overlooking the illuminated ancient walls of the Old City. The Ballroom is suitable for conferences, exhibitions or large family occasions of up to 420 guests.
Jerusalem is at the heart of the three major religions. The very name brings history alive. It is also the meeting place of many people and cultures. The great walls of the Old City encompass some of the world’s holiest sites: the Western Wall, the sole existing remnant of King Solomon’s Temple, eternally holy to the Jewish people; Via Dolorosa, the path Jesus walked carrying the cross; the Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount, just to name a few. Inside those same walls, you can enjoy the bustling bazaars with their exotic wares and scents, and the nearby pulsing modern life in the rebuilt Jewish Quarter.