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Bat Sheva Hotel

42 King George Street,, Jerusalem
Hotel Bat Sheva is located at the heart of the Jerusalem history. The hotel, located between King George and Shmuel Hanagid streets, is only a few minutes away from the major historical sites and attractions of the Old City: The Great Synagouge, the Wetern Wall, Mamila, Mahane Yehuda market and more. The Tryp brand belongs to Wyndham, the largest hotel chain in the world. Bat Sheva Hotel is the first and only hotel in Israel belonging to the brand "Tryp", a brand known for its ideal location in the world's largest cities and with unique style and design. From the roof of the Bat Sheva Hotel you can look not only at the contemporary Jerusalem landscape, but at 3000 years. The hotel is a unique point of view, reflecting wonders, through which you look into the distant and recent past. The hotel has 79 rooms, all of which face an exciting view of East Jerusalem: the Golden Dome, the Western Wall or the Jerusalem rooftops. Hotel guests' can enjoy the "Bat Sheva" restaurant, a rooftop coffee bar with binoculars and sitting furniture, a VIP business lounge, a meeting hall and a gym. The hotel offers parking and free WIFI close
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reviews: 9.3
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  • Bat Sheva SuiteA one bedroom Suite includes a separated setting area, 48'' Smart TV with a beautiful view of the old city of Jerusalem. Spacious bathroom with a bath. Maximum occupancy of 2 adults and an infant.
  • Premier Deluxe RoomA spacious bedroom with a shower, a beautiful view of the old city of Jerusalem. Max. occupancy of 2 adults and an infant.
  • Premier RoomA spacious bedroom with a shower room. Max. occupancy of 2 adults and an infant.

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