A warm welcome awaits you in Jerusalem at our vacation apartments!
Charming Apartments located in the centre of Jerusalem's New City - at Hillel Street.
This great location is within easy walking distance to the Old City and many other tourist
* Newly remodelled and fully furnished
* Fully equipped - kosher kitchen
* Shabbat clock
* bathroom with bathtub ( Jacuzzi jets) and shower
* The apartment is on the 1st floor
The apartment has one bedroom (with European king size bed), one bathroom
and living room that can be converted to extra sleeping area for a third/
forth person. The apartments are decorated in a modern style with clean lines.
There is a flat screen TV's with English language channels in the living
room. balcony; one overlooks the street below and Cafe Hillel.
For your comfort stay there are double glazed windows and blinds.
Let's Get Practical:
At the top of Hillel Street you arrive at King George Street. Several buses
stop here taking you to the central bus station (and on to all of Israel!), or to
Jerusalem's neighbourhoods (Mea Shearim, Ramot, Har Nof etc.). If you need
directions: just ask because most Jerusalemites speak English and love to help if
Hillel Street is close to Ben Yehuda Street pedestrian mall and King George
Street. These streets have a large selection of cafes and restaurants (many
kosher choices). The Great Synagogue and the Sheraton Plaza are located
on King George Street just a few minutes walk away. The new exclusive
Mamilla Shopping Mall and the Old City are also within easy walking distance.
What is the area like?
Ben Yehuda Street pedestrian mall is the centre of the New City. Here you have
many shops, restaurants, cafes and plenty of sightseeing. Shops are open until late
and there are lots to see and do both in the day and night!
What shall I have for lunch?
Cafe Hillel is directly across the street and you can make arrangements
for breakfast to be delivered everyday with the homeowner.
In addition to the many kosher establishments on Hillel Street there are some
options for eating that are open on Saturdays (there is also a 24hr convenience
store). An Israeli / Italian restaurant "Focaccia" is around the corner (on Rabbi
Akiva Street) and serves tasty brick oven baked focaccia, seafood, steaks and a
good selection of sandwiches and salads.
Another street for small boutique shopping, restaurants and cafes is down Hillel
Street to Yoel Salomon Street and Nahalat Shiv'a. Here you can find both meat
and dairy kosher restaurants and also Jerusalem's only 24hr brassiere (not-kosher)
and some popular night spots
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