Living up to its namesake, the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is a lavish and modern property in a historic setting. Best of all, it's ideally located nearby Jerusalem's Old City.
Discover the city’s cultures and religions from the comfort of the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem. You can expect the same level of legendary services and elegant accommodations at this award-winning hotel.
Dating back to the 1920s, the hotel has retained some of its original elegance. A grand staircase leading to guestrooms is perhaps its most stunning original architectural detail.
Spacious rooms and suites feature a soothing color scheme, custom furnishings, and crystal chandeliers. Luxury linens swathe comfortable king-size beds. Getting ready is part of the fun in the large en suite bathroom, outfitted with heated Italian marble floors, soaking bathtubs, and mirror-embedded televisions.
Enjoy a moment of calm on your private terrace before embarking on a discovery of one of the world’s most ancient and holiest cities. The Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is only a few minutes from the Old City, making it easy for you to relax in sophistication and style while also surrounding yourself with Jerusalem’s rich history.
The two restaurants and their kosher menus are inspired by Jerusalem’s cuisine, but also serve timeless Waldorf classics like their signature salad. Meals burst with the flavor of locally-sourced ingredients including fragrant lemons from Hebron’s citrus orchards. Explore the full range of Jerusalem’s culinary treasure during a seven-course tasting. The presentation is top notch, just like the food itself.
Celebrate special occasions (or simply indulge) with a glass of champagne in the lobby bar. Sample Middle Eastern olive oil produced in the nearby groves.
To top off a full day of exploring, head up to the fourth floor hotel courtyard for spectacular views and after-dinner drinks. The Garden Terrace is blooming with flowers and trees tucked among cafe tables.
Should you need an afternoon break, pop in for the tea served with tasty traditional fare. Sandwiches, pastries, and scones with cream and jam (and perhaps a sneaky glass of sparkling wine) are tempting nibbles to keep you energized for more exploring.Request Information