Hechsher from: Jerusalem Rabbinate Kashrut level: All the dairy items are Mehadrin
Number of rooms / apartments: 442 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 1 (in the hotel) Kosher restaurant: 2 (in the hotel)
The Grand Court Hotel is located within walking distance from the Old City of Jerusalem. It has 442 luxurious rooms including 13 suites and 2 presidential suites. Shabbat elevators available. In each room there are Shabbat clocks, A/C, telephone with voice mail, mini-fridge, safe and more. The health center consists of an outdoor swimming pool and a children\'s pool (opened April-September), sundeck, an exercise room with fitness machines and dry sauna.
Multi functional meeting facilities, fully equipped with all the modern technological & electronic support, can cater up to 300 guests. E-mail by submitting the form at the hotel's web site.
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