What makes a stay at hotels in Jerusalem so special to a visitor? Of course there are the many Jerusalem sights and cultural must-sees, but in addition to all this is the city location! Nestled against the Judean Mountains, and bordered by the Dead Sea on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other, it is the hub for those who would visit historically significant venues nearby and further away. Granted, the first time visitor to Jerusalem will find enough to stay busy for at least a month of vacation days, but many a traveler will seek to spread out and take in the sights and sounds of neighboring cities and areas of interest. Yet most of these travelers are unwilling to change hotels every single day. Similarly, while some of the nearby cities do have their own hotels and other accommodations, those who wish to remain in a cosmopolitan atmosphere that nonetheless offers that personal touch to the individual traveler will be hard-pressed to find any place more wonderful than the hotels in Jerusalem.
Hotels in Jerusalem are world renowned for their high standards with regard to customer service and their innovative means of appealing to an international, interfaith clientele that makes them the envy of the tourism industry. Who would have thought that highly modern hotels will be discreetly incorporated into the neighborhoods surrounding the Old City? Who could have imagined a four star resort being nestled into the landscape just outside of Jerusalem? Who would have thought of a premier Bed & Breakfast, such as A Little House in Bakah, being right around the corner from the famous Bethlehem Road? All these hotels in Jerusalem have capitalized on the appeal that comfortable, classy, and at the same time unique accommodations will present for the traveler who may be visiting for business or pleasure, alone or with a group, surrounded by other adults or with a number of children in tow.
Hotels in Jerusalem offer central stay for Israel’s visitors who will delight in making daytrips to the Kidron Valley and the Mount of Olives; excursions to Tel Aviv and the Dead Sea make for some of the most commonly undertaken recreational activities for those who visit the city and not to be outdone, visitors to the Israel Festival will come from far and wide each and every spring and book their rooms in the hotels of Jerusalem, even if they only travel home as far as adjacent Bethlehem. Naturally, it is the draw of the many attractions that make up the sights and sounds of Jerusalem itself that provide the reason for the majority of travelers to book their accommodations at the hotels of Jerusalem, yet in some cases it is the feeling of actually becoming part of a big family – at least for a little while – as they are away from home that sends the more demanding to the smaller venues which then become their central stay and home away from home at the same time.