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Jerusalem is a perfect blend of old and new. At it’s heart is the Old City, which is surrounded by a wall and divided into four quarters - Jewish, Armenian, Christian, and Muslim. Apart from the holy places throughout the Old City, there are several charming sites that are well worth visiting. There is the wonderful market, where you can buy Armenian-style decorated ceramics and from the promenade along the tops of the Old City walls you can look out over the Old and New City. Among the more modern sites in the New City are the the Israel Museum, the Biblical Zoo, and Makhane Yehuda market, with its mix of exciting sounds, colours and aromas.

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Arthur Hotel

The Arthur Hotel, named after Lord Balfour, offers the perfect vantage point from which to immerse yourself in the romance of today's enchanting Jerusalem, a historic city pulsating with fresh perspective and beauty.

In the heart of Jerusalem, with all the lively activity, Arthur hotel offers the prime location in the pedestrian promenade of Ben Yehudah. Close to all the main shops, restaurants and bars the Arthur hotel is in the centre of the best that Jerusalem has to offer

The 54 roomed Arthur Hotel, has been carefully designed to reflect the diverse cultural influence that have been made on Jerusalem throughout the ages. All rooms include air-conditioning, multichannel TV (LCD), free Wi-Fi access, coffee/tea facilities, mini fridge & mini safe, and hair dryer.