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The 21st Floor Hotel offers 14 luxurious duplex suites designed in a variety of functional and attractive styles. Combined with spectacular views of Jerusalem, the hotel offers you a comfortable, relaxing and inspiring experience. Located in the center of Jerusalem in Ben Yehuda Street, the 21st Floor Hotel is within walking distance of the Old City, the Mahane Yehuda fresh produce market and Jerusalem’s Great Synagogue.
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The hotel is more like an apartment, modern, clean with all the amenities. I has a full kitchen and a dining room, great for families, specially if you want to bring your own food for Shabat (the day when most restaurants are closed). The comfortable...More
We enjoyed an excellent two night-stay in a presidential suite. The room was modern and felt luxurious with a very large seating area, fully-equipped kitchen and marbled bathroom with jacuzzi. Best of all was the beautiful panoramic view over Jerusalem, including the Old City. The...More
Hi,we stayed in the presidential suite,it was very nice and spacious and clean. The staff were extremely nice, accommodating,and helpful. It would have been perfect if there would have been breakfast on premises.
Be aware than this place is not exactly what we can expect when we have in mind an hotel. It would be more like and appart-hotel option. The ''hotel'' is located only on the twenty first floor of a building. There is no private parking...More
This was one of the worst hotel experiences we've ever had. For $300 a night you might expect a full time service, spacious rooms, and a functioning hotel. Instead we got 2 tiny rooms (duplex)-- well equipped but barely functioning, a (nice) breakfast left in...More