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David Citadel Hotel

Jerusalem Luxury Hotels

So the David Citadel Hotel is a luxury hotel in the center of Jerusalem. Furthermore, the hotel is close to the entrance to the Old City. The hotel hosts VIPs, including global political leaders; business moguls, and celebrities, competing with the nearby King David Hotel and the new Waldorf Astoria for the title of “Jerusalem’s flagship hotel”.



The David Citadel Hotel: Home For Many VIP’S

So people who have stayed include then-U.S. President Bill Clinton and Hilary Clinton; as well as Senator Barack Obama; Senator John McCain; Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, and U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has used the facility to conduct quiet meetings between Israeli and Palestinian peace negotiating teams. 



Moreover, the hotel was designed by Moshe Safdie; the same architect that designed a U-shaped structure rising 10 stories high with 384 rooms and suites. It has terrace-style suites that overlook the Old City and the Tower of David, and a glass-domed public lobby in the inner part of the “U”. The building is an integral part of the Mamilla development project planned by Safdie and highlights a neo-Oriental style that blends Middle-Eastern and classic Jerusalem architectural elements. 

The David Citadel Hotel: A Real Unique Experience

When you will arrive at the hotel you are greeted by a professional and courteous staff. Also not the mention the balcony views you’ll never forget. Also, You’re pampered by the largest bedrooms in Jerusalem! serene; sophisticated; and rich in indulgent surprises; from Frette linens to Bvlgari amenities. You linger over meals on our luxurious garden terrace; an oasis filled with birdsong; where families discover favorite places to gather, and couples easily forget there are other guests.



The David Citadel’s unique address unites Old City and new. So you can skip the taxis, and stroll to many of the world’s most famous sites. Moreover, with each new day; you feel less like a guest in a hotel, and more like a respected resident, at home in the most celebrated city on earth.

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