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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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Grand Court Hotel

Conveniently located in the centre of Jerusalem by the Mandelbaum Gate, the Grand Court Hotel offers guests an ideal location for visits to any of the cultural, historical and religious sites found in Israel’s capital. The Hotel is also just minutes away from the shops, restaurants and cultural activities based in Jerusalem’s City Centre and Ben Yehuda Street area.

The Grand Court is a new Jerusalem hotel, featuring 442 luxurious rooms, which all include, air-conditioning, colour TV with cable and movie channels, free Wi-Fi, modern phone with voice mail, hairdryer, in-room safe, mini-fridge, electric kettle and Electronic door lock.

Guests can enjoy meals and drinks in the large, sunlit dining room, on the garden terrace, and in the friendly lounge bar. The luxurious pool and sundeck, which overlook the Old City, are a hotel highlight, plus there is a fitness centre on the premises.