Jewish Quarter Apartment
great space, stunning view 

Why not stay in the center of it all?  Renting a Jewish Quarter apartment for your Jerusalem vacation is the dream of a lifetime. This jewel is very close to the Western Wall Kotel Plaza and offers an unparalled view from a private rooftop. 


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Sleeps 6 +          Bedrooms 2          Bathrooms 2

not suitable for small children


amenities

  • Gas Grill
  • Porch
  • Panoramic Roof
  • Dining tables to seat 14
  • Microwave
  • Double ovens
  • Jacuzzi tub
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Linens and towels
  • Full Kitchen
  • Cookware & dishes
  • Shabbos plata & urn

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starts at $1,900 per week

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Review:

I am writing this review so that others can benefit from these wonderful accommodations like myself and family did on Chanukah 2012. In this apartment you would not want to stay inside since you have a double porch. The lower level with a table and chairs and the upper level with a view of the Har Habayis and Yerushalayim that you usually see in magazines. If I could, I would have spent my entire week sitting there enjoying the view. The location of the apartment is literally 2 minutes to the Kosel once you learn your way, and 3 minutes coming home because you're going up stairs. You are 45 seconds from the main square with shopping, restaurants, the Churva Shul. If you are looking for a true Old City experience this is the place for you. 

MM, Miami 2012

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