Description:The Jerusalem Gold hotel is situated at the city entrance when arriving from the Ben Gurion airport, within short distance from the Jerusalem main bus station (Egged), the Jerusalem Convention Center.... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 217 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (in place) Kosher restaurant: 0 (in place)
Park Hotel stands adjacent to Jerusalem's International Convention Center, Central bus station and Mall and the new Calatrava Bridge; only a short walk distance from the Israel Museum, Hebrew University's Givat Ram campus and the Knesset, home of Israel's Parliament. Easy drive access to the Begin route on the way to Malkha Mall or Har Hotzvim high tech and Old city of Jerusalem.
All guest are welcome to use free of charge the facilities of the Sports Center of the Hebrew University – Givat Ram Campus (Indoor pool, tennis courts, squash, fitness room) - just a walking distance from the Hotel.
We treat guests as our own friends and we ensure that they feel welcome, comfortable and secure, in an atmosphere created by a team of friendly, professional and motivated staff. We shall make this a long standing relationship...the Park hotel blends comfort, warmth and professionalism certain to please all
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