Published On: Wed, Apr 16th, 2014

Waldorf Astoria opens Jerusalem hotel

Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem

Hilton Worldwide’s Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts has opened its luxury 226-room hotel Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem.

Set in a restored building , the former Palace Hotel, developed by the Turkish Mufti of Jerusalem in 1929, with an Ottoman-style facade, at a crossroads between the charms of the walled Old City and the modern bustle of Jerusalem.

The breath-takingcentrepieces of the hotel are the grand entry and lofty atrium promenade, featuring a retractable glass ceiling which floods the hotel with natural light throughout the day. Complemented by arched windows, this open-air architectural style creates the atmosphere of a Jerusalem city street. Drawing on the rich heritage of Waldorf Astoria, a towering, iconic clock rests in the atrium expanse, with four sets of numbers covering its four bold faces. Blending Greco-Roman, Gothic and Ottoman architecture, the hotel is a wonderful mixture of cultures, creating a fascinating space beyond the hotel’s beautifully preserved 80-year old façade.


Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem features 226 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites spread over ten floors, all of which offer unparalleled comfort and the finest amenities, with many overlooking the spectacular city and park. Guests are offered an enviable selection of dining choices which include a French brasserie and a gourmet Italian restaurant.


Expected to open in 2015, two indoor lap pools, two gyms and two wet and dry saunas will be among an abundance of recreational facilities available at Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem. Additionally, a boutique spa will offer guests the opportunity to relax and unwind with an array of treatment offerings.

From arrival to departure, guests will also welcomed by Personal Concierges. Each guest receives anticipatory and personalized service before, during and after their stay.


“Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem’s opening is a notable moment for tourism in this ancient city that prides itself on warm hospitality, ” said Guy Klaiman, general manager, Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem. “Together with my multi-lingual international team of seasoned professionals, we look forward to offering guests True Waldorf Service including Personal Concierges while making a meaningful contribution to the country’s tourism map.”



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