Situated in Western-Jerusalem’s storied German Colony, one of the city’s most vibrant and sought-after neighborhoods, The Orient Jerusalem sits at a cultural crossroads.
Indeed, the property is a mere 20 metres from the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City and is just steps away from HaTachana, the city’s first-ever train station (built in 1892) which has since transformed into a lively district of designer boutiques, trendy cafes, chef-driven restaurants, and unique galleries.
The hotel itself comprises 243 beautifully-appointed guest rooms and suites in its newly constructed central building, as well as a selection of opulent accommodation inside two expertly preserved Templar Buildings from 1882 and 1883.
Designed by world-renowned hospitality design firm, Hirsch Bedner Associates, the urban resort embodies the neighbourhood’s rich history, whilst incorporating contemporary touches.
Seamlessly blending high-quality stone, wood, tile, and glass, the property is the perfect personification of Jerusalem’s past and present: a centuries-old city and modern-day metropolis all in one.
“Opening The Orient Jerusalem marks an important milestone in a line of tourism improvements in Jerusalem,” comments Lior Raviv, CEO of Isrotel. “We are honored to see years of hard work and collaboration come to life as what is sure to be one of the top hotels in Israel and beyond.”