Dan Hotels offer a choice of four hotels in Jerusalem, each with its own unique charm and luxury. The iconic flagship of the group, the King David Jerusalem Hotel, boasts a rich history and 5-star super deluxe accommodation. With its 237 rooms, it's a testament to grandeur and comfort. The breath-taking and idyllic Dan Jerusalem Hotel, the outstanding Dan Panorama Jerusalem Hotel ideally located near the Old City, and the urbane and stylish Dan Boutique Jerusalem Hotel complete the list.
Where to Stay in Jerusalem?
When you stay at Dan’s luxurious hotels, you are never far from Jerusalem’s major tourist attractions and historical sites. Our hotels in Jerusalem are ideally located near the Old City of Jerusalem, at the city center or outside the Old City. This makes them perfect choices for those looking for hotels in Jerusalem near the Western Wall. For those seeking kosher hotels in Jerusalem, all Dan Hotels are an excellent choice.
Whether you're embarking on a spiritual journey, exploring the rich history, or simply soaking in the vibrant culture, our hotels provide the perfect base for your adventures in Jerusalem. Each hotel offers excellent amenities and world-class service, ensuring a comfortable and memorable stay.
Jerusalem is sacred to the three major Abrahamic religions. It is the ancient capital of Israel, it is the birthplace of Christianity, and is a holy city for Muslims. Since the early 19th century, the Old City has been divided into four quarters: the Jewish Quarter, the Christian Quarter, the Muslim Quarter and the Armenian Quarter. The Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and home to many places with deep religious significance, including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Modern Jerusalem extends far beyond the walls of the Old City. The famous Mahane Yehuda food market encapsulates the city’s ethnic and culinary diversity, while the beautiful Mamilla pedestrian mall near the Jaffa Gate is home to designer stores and luxury shopping. Don’t miss the stunning Israel Museum with its archaeological exhibits, historic artifacts, paintings of the great masters, an extensive modern-art collection and much more. Here is where you will find the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Shrine of the Book, a white-domed structure specially designed to display the delicate manuscripts.
Walking around the Old City of Jerusalem can take a few hours, depending on how many sites you choose to visit. However, the experience is worth every minute spent.
With its crisp and cool evenings, even during Israel's long summers, Jerusalem’s climate offers an extra measure of welcome to anyone wishing to escape the humidity of the Mediterranean coast or the heat of the dry desert to the east. The description of Jerusalem as “The City of Gold” is due to the distinctive honey-colored Jerusalem stone that shimmers with extraordinary intensity at sunset.
The hottest month is usually July, with average high temperatures reaching around 30°C (86°F). On the other hand, the coldest month is typically January, where temperatures can drop to an average low of 6°C (43°F). Despite these extremes, Jerusalem's weather is generally mild and pleasant, making it a great destination year-round.
Experience Jerusalem with Dan Hotels
Book now and enjoy the best rate for the best of Dan's Jerusalem hotels. Each hotel has its own unique charm and amenities, and they are all conveniently located near several of Jerusalem's major attractions. This makes them the perfect base for your exploration of the city's rich history and vibrant culture.
From the ancient walls of the Old City to the bustling Mahane Yehuda Market, from the sacred Western Wall to the stunning Israel Museum, our hotels put you at the heart of it all.