- 5 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- Sleeps 17
Description from the owner
You have the rare opportunity to stay in one of Jerusalem’s most famous houses, the former summer palace of an Ottoman Sultan.
You can walk to the Old City in 10 minutes, yet stay perched on a hill overlooking David’s Citadel and the ancient walls of the 3,000 year-old city.
This villa retains the historic look and feel of it’s royal inhabitants, yet has been retrofitted with all the modern comforts of a 21st Century lifestyle, including a kosher kitchen, new baths with a whirlpool tub, new heat and air conditioning, Internet & wifi, computer with special Skype microphone, a local phone, and a North American phone with free calls to and ...Read more
Magnificent Sultan's Palace- Spectacular Views
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
10 minute walk to Old City, 20 minute walk to Kotel, Very close to shops, restaurants & food stores. 1 block to luxury spa and famous Mt. Zion Hotel. Very close to Dan Boutique Hotel, King David Hotel, Inbal Hotel. Close to German Colony, Yad Moshe, Emek Rafaim, Baqa'a, restaurants and huge swimming pool with water slides. Your walk to the Old City mostly takes you through parks and quiet neighborhoods.
It has spectacular views of the Old City from the Living Room, Dining Room, and Master Bedroom.
To locate, the address is #10 Ein Rogel. 1 Block of Derech Hevron (Hebron Blvd.) Mt. Zion Hotel in Jerusalem. This fabulous apt is one block South. Beautiful park with playground right across the street. (Called park for the Blind.) plus another park in the neighborhood, Great for kids. Located in Giv'at Hananya (Abu Tor), at the crossroads of Emek Refaim and Baqa'a near the Cinemateque. This is an affluent neighborhood popular with diplomats, college professors, rabbis and other think tanks. It is also extremely popular with international residents with many journalists, UN and European Commission employees choosing to live there.
The neighborhood has two synagogues very close- Har Refaim Synagogue for Ashkenazi Jews on Nachshon Street and Shalom V'Achva Synagogue for Sephardi Jews.Sultan’s Palace, Jerusalem, Israel
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Last updated on March 01, 2015
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